Pavlo Illiashenko
School of International and Public Affairs
Pavlo Illiashenko is a second-year student at SIPA, pursuing a Master of Public Administration degree in International Finance with a Data Analytics and Quantitative Analysis specialization, and a regional concentration in Russia and the former Soviet states. Pavlo is interested in Economic and Financial Development in Emerging Markets, and especially in Ukraine, his home country. He has over ten years of experience in economic and financial markets research, mostly in the domain of multi-asset class investment strategy. Pavlo serves as an academic advisor to the Kyiv-based economic policy think tank Centre for Economic Strategy and teaches finance courses at the TalTech School of Business and Governance in Tallinn, Estonia. In 2014-2015, as a member of a large international team of consultants, Pavlo contributed to Ukrainian natural gas market reform eliminating state losses estimated to be about $60B over 2006-2015.
Pavlo Illiashenko is a second-year student at SIPA, pursuing a Master of Public Administration degree in International Finance with a Data Analytics and Quantitative Analysis specialization, and a regional concentration in Russia and the former Soviet states. Pavlo is interested in Economic and Financial Development in Emerging Markets, and especially in Ukraine, his home country. He has over ten years of experience in economic and financial markets research, mostly in the domain of multi-asset class investment strategy. Pavlo serves as an academic advisor to the Kyiv-based economic policy think tank Centre for Economic Strategy and teaches finance courses at the TalTech School of Business and Governance in Tallinn, Estonia. In 2014-2015, as a member of a large international team of consultants, Pavlo contributed to Ukrainian natural gas market reform eliminating state losses estimated to be about $60B over 2006-2015.
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