In the year of 2008 I graduated from high school in Novosibirsk, Russia, from a class that focused on Mathematics and Physics. At Novosibirsk State University, I enrolled at the Department of Economics, further specializing at the Chair of Mathematical Methods in Economics and Planning. My qualification work was on forecasting for different parameters of the economy of Novosibirsk Oblast based on the inter-region inter-industry model developed in the Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering at the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
I started my graduate studies at New Economic School in Moscow, Russia. The objective of my thesis was to explore factors that could affect immigration policies. During my second year at New Economic School, I joined its Center for the Study of Diversity and Social Interactions as a research assistant to Professor Andrei Markevich and Professor Paul Dower for their project on resistance to privatization in Imperial Russia. In 2015, I started my Ph.D. program in the Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics at Michigan State University (East Lansing, the United States). My research is focused on the determinants and consequences of internal migration of youth in Tanzania. I am interested in various areas of development economics.
A printable copy of my CV is available here: Evgeniya Moskaleva – CV – January 1, 2019 [link].