Anders Paalzow is a Rector of Stockholm School of Economics in Riga. Professor Anders Paalzow has been the Rector of the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga since 1999 and is Chair of the Board for the Baltic International Centre of Economic Policy Studies (BICEPS) and Connect Latvia. Holding a PhD in Economics from the Stockholm School of Economics, he is also a member of the Latvian Academy of Science with elected members, such as prominent scientists and other scholars to report promptly to the Government about scientific research findings.
His main research interests cover macroeconomics, economic growth, public debt, regional development and the economics of racetrack betting.
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Dr. Irina Tochitskaya has a Ph.D. in Macroeconomics and an M.Sc. in Statistics. Since 2003 Irina Tochitskaya has been working as a Deputy Director and Academic Director of the IPM Research Center in Minsk, Belarus. In 2018, she joined BEROC as a consultant for the Green Economy project.
Her professional interests include trade policy, regional integration, innovation and growth, enterprise development, sustainable development, applied econometrics.
Michel Serafinelli is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Essex and holds a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley. Previous to Essex, he was at the University of Toronto.
His primary research fields are Labor Economics, Urban and Regional Economics, Political Economy, and Productivity and Technology.
Volodymyr Vakhitov joined KEI in 2008 and has been Assistant Professor at Kyiv School of Economics since 2003.
Vakhitov has been awarded with various grants and fellowships such as several tuitions for education at the Kentucky University and individual research grants from Global Development Network and Economic Education and Research Consortium.