Assistant Professor, Economics
PhD, Economics, University of Washington
International Business, Macro Economics
Vladimir Dashkeev joined the Albers School of Business and Economics at Seattle University after earning his PhD in economics from the University of Washington. His research areas are macroeconomics, international macroeconomics, and fiscal policy. Vladimir’s recent studies investigate the effects of asymmetric balanced-budget rules and tax system heterogeneity on interregional risk sharing in a fiscal union. Vladimir has extensive experience in teaching business school at the MBA level (in both brick-and-mortar and online classrooms), and teaching economics to undergraduates, with classes ranging from small to large. Prior to joining the faculty at Seattle University, he was a research fellow at the Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy, where he had the honor of working alongside Yegor Gaidar, the first prime minister in the history of post-Soviet Russia. The Institute is a Moscow think-tank specializing in economic policy research and industry consulting.
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