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Rozdestvenka Street, 12
Moscow, Russia



Head of Department – Deryugina Irina Vladimirovna, Associate Professor, Ph.D. in Economics

Ms. Irina Deryugina graduated from Moscow Institute of Physics and Engineering in 1977. Now she is a leading researcher at the Institute of Oriental Studies, the Russian Academy of Sciences. She is a lecturer in Higher Mathematics, Mathematical Tools for Economics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Financial Mathematics, Econometrics, and Economic Analysis. Her research interests include Mathematical and Statistical Tools in Economics. For Oriental University she has designed curricula in Higher Mathematics, Mathematical Tools for Economics, Econometrics, and Economic Analysis. She has comprised authentic courses in Mathematical Tools for Economics, Financial Mathematics, and Economic Analysis, where she establishes links between current research techniques and basic educational programs. She is engaged in research work, and has issued over 50 books and articles, including the monographs co-authored with V.G. Rastyannikov - Economic Growth in Russia’s Agricultural Sector (2005); Models of Agricultural Growth in the 20th Century (2004); Agricultural Dynamics in the 20th Century (1999); and “Major Cycles” in Agriculture (1997).

Department of Mathematics. The Department trains competitive specialists in International Economics and Regional Studies, who have fundamental knowledge in Mathematics and are skilled in modeling ecological and economic systems as well as using quantitative tools for solving applied problems.

The teaching method is based on linking current research and academic activities.

Essential part of the educational program in Mathematics is teaching Informatics and Information Technology. The Department offers courses in Higher Mathematics (including Mathematical Analysis, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Calculation of Probability, and Financial Mathematics), Econometrics, Economic Analysis, Statistics, Ecology, Informatics and Information Technology. The curricula are developed to meet special requirements of Oriental University students.