Levan Bezhanishvili M.A., MSc.

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Position: Ph.D. Candidate
Field of interest: Mathematical and Quantitative Methods, Energy Economics, Environmental Economics, Labor Economics, Macroeconomics
Membership: Microeconomics and Mathematical Methods, PhD Candidates

Contact

Office:
Email: levan_bezhanishvili [AT] yahoo [DOT] com
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PhD study

Tutor: Mgr. Milan Ščasný PhD.

Studying from: 2018
PhDr examination: 05/2022
Final exam: 05/2022
Dissertation Proposal defence:
Dissertation defence: 2023 (planned)

Current work:
1) "Impact of climate change on tourism demand in Europe."
2) "The effect of price and non-price factors on residential energy demand in the Republic of Georgia".
3) "The impact of Georgian policy shifting public Sector working hours by one hour on residential energy consumption".
4) "Do consumers in Georgia know how much they consume and pay for electricity?"

Dissertation topic:
The effect of price and non-price factors on residential energy demand: Microdata estimation

Disertation abstract:

Optional courses:
2018/19: JED415 Quantitative Methods II
2019/20: JED414 Quantitative Methods in Macroeconomics and Finance I
2019/20: JED415 Quantitative Methods in Macroeconomics and Finance II
2020/21: JED109 Institutional Economics and Economic Policy I
2020/21: JED110 Institutional Economics and Economic Policy II
2020/21: JED414 Quantitative Methods in Macroeconomics and Finance I
2020/21: JED415 Quantitative Methods in Macroeconomics and Finance II
2021/22: JED414 Quantitative Methods in Macroeconomics and Finance I
2021/22: JED415 Quantitative Methods in Macroeconomics and Finance II

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Education

2002 - 2006: B.S., Computational Mathematics and Informatics, Tbilisi State University
2007 - 2009: M.S., Mathematics, Tbilisi State University
2010 - 2012: M.S., Mathematics and its Application, Central European University
2016 - 2018: M.A., Economics, Charles University
2018 - : PhD, Economics, Charles University

Job history

Teaching Assistantship (IES):
SS 2021/2022: JEB104 - Microeconomics I
SS 2021/2022: JEB142 - Introductory Statistics
WS 2021/2022: JEM162 - Energy Markets & Economics
WS 2021/2022: JEB105 - Statistics
SS 2020/2021: JEB104 - Microeconomics I
SS 2020/2021: JEB142 - Introductory Statistics
WS 2020/2021: JEM162 - Energy Markets & Economics
WS 2020/2021: JEB105 - Statistics
SS 2019/2020: JEB142 - Introductory Statistics
WS 2019/2020: JEB105 - Statistics
SS 2018/2019: JEB050 - International Finance

Job:
2006 - 2010: Algorithmic Trading Programmer, Saguramo, Tbilisi, Georgia
2013 - 2016: Global trade software analyst, Integration Point, Inc., Tbilisi, Georgia

Extra activities

Research profiles
RePEc, ORCID, Publons with WoS RID

Awards and prizes

Central European University Full Fellowship for Master’s Students (2010-2012)
Charles University full Fellowship for PhD’s Students

Topics for supervision

Term papers

Energy Economics, Environmental Economics, Labor Economics, Mathematical and Quantitative Methods

Bachelor theses

Energy Economics, Environmental Economics, Labor Economics, Mathematical and Quantitative Methods

Master theses

As a PhD candidate, I am primarily supervising Bachelor theses. You are encouraged to select your Master thesis supervisor from the current IES faculty. If you still want me to supervise your Master thesis, get in touch with me via email.

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