image_asanyan Gurgen Aslanyan specializes in Public Economics, Population Economics, Economics of Reforms, Economics of Education

Name, Title
Gurgen Aslanyan, Adjunct Lecturer

Education, Degree
BSc in Economics, Yerevan State University
MA in Economics, CERGE-EI
PhD  in Economics, CERGE-EI and Charles University

Office location
Paramaz Avedisian Building

Email
gaslanyan@aua.am

Phone
TBD

Office hours
TBD

Areas of research and teaching specialization

Areas of research: Public Economics, Population Economics, Economics of Reforms, Economics of Education
Areas of teaching: Economic Development and Growth, Labour Economics, Micro- and Micro-Economics, Public Economics, Inernational Economics

Courses currently taught

Econ 122, Econ 121, Econ 225, PSIA 352

Research projects:

  • Non-Selective Migration and Unfunded Public Pensions: Can They Coexist?
  • Melting Pot v Cultural Mosaic: Dynamic Public Finance Approach
  • Financial Literacy and Behaviour: Quasi-Experimental Study (with Derdzyan and Mkhitaryan)
  • Multinationals, Competition and R&D investments (with Torosyan and Levonyan)
  • Bank Reforms and Real Economy: Utilising Synthetic Controls

Published research:

  • Migration Challenge for PAYG, Journal of Population Economics, doi: 10.1007/s00148-014-0516-x

Awards and honours:

  • Alumni Hero Award, CERGE-EI, 2016
  • Armen Alchian Award, Armenian Economic Association, 2014
  • Best Paper Prize, Warsaw International Economic Meeting, 2011