Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Kentucky
International Economics; and Macroeconomics
Dr. Simeon Nanovsky
Graduate School of Public Policy
Room 4.025 Nazarbayev University
53 Kabanbay batyr Avenue
Astana, Kazakhstan 010000
Telephone: +7 7172 70 4586
Dr. Simeon Nanovsky joined the Graduate School of Public Policy (GSPP) in 2017. He obtained his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Kentucky. Before joining the School, Dr. Nanovsky was teaching as Visiting Professor at the University of North Florida. His research interests include international economics; and macroeconomics. He has published papers on the crossroads of international trade and international finance. Most recently he has done research on Kazakhstan and the region including working papers on macroeconometric modeling, exchange rate and trade behavior, and the spread of COVID-19.
Nanovsky, S., & Kim, Y. (2018). International Capital Movement and Monetary Independence in Asia. International Advances in Economic Research 24-2, 179-198.
Nanovsky, Simeon. (2019). “The impact of oil prices on trade.” Review of International Economics 27.1: 431-447.
Nanovsky, Simeon. (2021). “A new test for optimum currency area with an application to the Central and Eastern European countries.” Applied Economics: 1-20.