Natalia is a leading researcher at CEFIR NES, Moscow, and an Assistant Professor at Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration. She holds her PhD in Economics from the University of Toulouse 1 and MA In Economics from the New Economic School.
Natalia’s research interests include microeconomic theory, industrial organization, competition policy and banking.
(Last updated November 2021)
Giorgi is a lead economist and head of private sector development practice at ISET-PI. He holds Master’s degree in Economics from the University of Chicago. Before joining ISET-PI, Giorgi had successfully cooperated, as an economic consultant and researcher, with several local and international organizations. He is a CERGE-EI Career Integrated Fellow, currently teaching at ISET. His research interests include international trade, industrial organization, political economy and public policy.
(Last updated November 2023)
Vitalijs Jascisens is a Ph.D. candidate at Toulouse School of Economics (TSE) and a visiting researcher at the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE). He holds MPhil in economics from TSE, BSc in economics and business administration from Stockholm School of Economics in Riga, and BSc in physics from the University of Latvia.
Vitalijs’ research interests lie primarily in development economics, industrial organisation and public finance.
Hinnerk Gnutzmann is a postdoctoral researcher at the Leibniz University of Hanover. He holds a Ph.D. from the European University Institute in Florence.
Natalia Turdyeva is senior economist at CEFIR. She has done research in such areas as computable general equilibrium (CGE) models including regional CGE for Russia, and the restructuring of the Russian electricity sector.
Piotr Spiewanowski is an Applied Economist and a Research Associate at the Polish Academy of Sciences. He holds a MA from Warsaw School of Economics and a Ph. D. from the European University Institute.
Piotr is an expert in the data science and human-centered design domains.