Aleksandr V. Gevorkyan is a professional economist with extensive private and public sector experience focusing on macroeconomic analysis, fiscal policy, economic development, financial economics, urban economic development, and operations consulting. He holds Ph.D. in Economics from The New School (New York, NY).
Dr. Gevorkyan is Assistant Professor of Economics at the Economics and Finance Department at The Peter J. Tobin College of Business in St. John’s University.
He has taught a range of financial economics and economic development topics at Columbia University and New York University.
In addition Dr. Gevorkyan also taught in the graduate programs at The New School and MBA concentrations at St. John’s University and Long Island University. Dr. Gevorkyan has lectured widely as invited scholar at various academic meetings.
Dr. Gevorkyan’s broad research interests are in financial economics, international economics, macroeconomic policy, sovereign debt, labor migration, role of state in economic development, and post-socialist economic and social transformation. His work has been published in leading economic and social science journals. He maintains an active academic research agenda and is often invited to participate in interdisciplinary conferences and seminars.
Dr. Gevorkyan is the author of Innovative Fiscal Policy and Economic Development in Transition Economies (Routledge, 2013 in paperback; 2011 in hardcover) and co-edtor with Otaviano Canuto of Financial Deepening and Post-Crisis Development in Emerging Markets: Current Perils and Future Dawns (Palgrave MacMillan, 2016). He is also the Editor and Translator of How Did I Survive? by Artavazd M. Minasyan (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008).
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