Matthew Price

Partner and Business Manager

E-mail: mprice@pricesurkova.com

Tel: +1-330-389-2237

Background
 

​Russian→English translator and editor from September of 2006. Former paralegal and business director at internet startup.

 

Subject Area Expertise: Scientific & Technical, Business & Financial, Legal.

Specialty Subjects: Contracts, Energy, Manufacturing, Medical, IT.

Education
 

Master of Arts in Russian Translation. Graduate research assistant. Phi Sigma Iota.

Kent State University

May 2010

Languages

NATIVE ENGLISH

NEAR-NATIVE RUSSIAN

 

​​
Professional Associations

​CERTIFIED MEMBER, INSTITUTE OF TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETING, UK

The University of New Mexico

May 2004

Bachelor of Arts in Russian. Minor: Business Management. Magna cum laude. Phi Beta Kappa.

"Diplomat Vodka Makes a Break for Premium Class."

by Igor Gladkikh, Assoc. Professor, the St. Petersburg State Graduate School of Management.

Published by the European Case Clearing House, 2007, Ref. No. 507-301-1.

Published Translations
 

"Evaluating the Efficiency of Corporate Training in a Large Russian Firm: The Ilim Pulp Co.'s Experience."

by Anastasia Chanko, Assoc. Professor, & Marina Latukha, Senior Lecturer, the St. Petersburg

Graduate State School of Management. Published by the European Case Clearing House, 2007, Ref. No. 408-033-1.

"The Friends and 'Foes' of The Aleko Company."

​​by Igor Gladkikh, Assoc. Professor, the St. Petersburg State Graduate School of Management.

Published by the European Case Clearing House, 2007, Ref. No. 507-160-1.

2010 - present

2010 - present

"Knauf International's Strategy: Does Russia Need German Brick?"

by Andrei Panibratov, Assoc. Professor, the St. Petersburg State Graduate School of Management. Published by the European Case Clearing House, 2007, Ref. No. 307-375-1.

"The St. Petersburg Chart Paper Factory: A New Strategy for a Vanishing Market."

by Viktoria Chaika & Marina Latukha, Senior Lecturers, the St. Petersburg State Graduate School of Management. Published by the European Case Clearing House, 2007, Ref. No. 407-043-1.