Heterodox Economy, Complexity Economics, Digital Policies, Net Neutrality, Youth Unemployment, Skills Mismatch
My academic career started in Kiev National Economic University. By virtue of strong theoretical background and vocational training in the sphere of health care, I gained practical skills related to the monitoring of international markets and strategic planning of global economic activities. After two years in the Erasmus Mundus mobility program, I got a double master’s degree from the University of Turin and Université Paris 13. During this program, I developed an interest in the Heterodox Economy, in particular, economics and political science of knowledge, national systems and policies concerning innovations, environment, and sustainability. I am currently involved in conducting a research project in collaboration with Turin based technology consultancy company (aizoOn). It focuses on the development of quantitative solutions to be put into practice for Human Resource Analytics tool. The goal of the project is to encourage evidence-based management and to strengthen the theoretical framework for exploring workplace complexities.
- PhD “Vilfredo Pareto” in Economics, University of Turin (2016 – )
- Joint MSc. in Economic Policies in the Age of Globalization Sorbonne Paris Cité and University of Turin (2015)
- MSc. in International Economics, Kiev national Economic University (2011)
Work in Progress
- The more you ask, the less you get: the negative impact of collaborative overload on performance. (with Guerzoni M.).
- Defining structural correspondence between work-flow interactions and knowledge transfers.
- Ph.D in collaboration with collaboration with Applied Innovation Division in aizoOn Technology Consulting.