Philipp Galkin, a PhD economist, has joined KAPSARC’s ever-increasing research team. With over ten years’ experience in economics and finance, his initial research in KAPSARC will focus on understanding the impact of policy on the future course of energy demand in China.
Before joining KAPSARC, Philipp worked in the spheres of economics and finance in the private sector of Russia, the CIS countries, and Eastern Europe, as well as in the government sector of the Russian Federation. His academic focus and professional interests are World Economy and International Business. He holds a PhD in Economics from the St. Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance, and an MBA from the University of Southern California.