Anna Fenko

Born in Moscow. Graduated from the Department of Psychology of the Moscow State University. My previous places of employment were Institute for Human Research of Russian Academy of Science, Russian State University for Humanity, and Institute for Asian and African Studies of the Moscow State University. Now I teach economic psychology and personality theories at the Moscow Municipal Psychology and Teaching University: Besides, I work as consulting psychologist and as an editor of the popular scientific journal Lomonosov:

I am interested in social psychological problems of transitional period, especially in adaptation of Russians to social and economic changes, transformation of political and economic attitudes, new patterns of social, gender and ethnic identity.

I took part in several international projects, in particular in the project of the Open Society Institute (Soros Foundation) “Changes in attitudes to money during transitional period in Russia” (2000-2001), in the projects of the Moscow Science Foundation “Civil culture in modern Russia” (1998-1999) and “Attitudes to freedom and liberty in Russia” (1997-1998). During my stay at Rice University (Houston) sponsored by Fulbright Program I plan to study gender differences in attitudes to money and economic behavior.

The Fulbright Program in Russia. Institute of International Education.
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