Dartmouth College (1969-77)
University of Chicago (1971-72)
George Mason University (1979-87)
Gettysburg College (1988-91)
State Finance Academy (Moscow, Russia, 1990-91)
Moscow State University (Moscow, Russia, 1992)
American Institute of Business and Economics (Moscow, Russia, 1993-2001)
National Bank of Kazakstan (Almaty, Kazakstan, staff training, 1996)
Stockholm School of Economics (Riga, Latvia, 1999-present)
Central European University (Budapest, Hungary, 2002-03)
International Graduate School of Business (Zagreb, Croatia, 2003)
American University in Bulgaria (Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, 2004)
University of Economics (Prague, Czech Republic, 2005-08)
Tallinn Technical University School of Business (Tallinn, Estonia, 2008)
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