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School of Economic Sciences | WSU Zhazira Alisheva
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Education

  • Ph.D. in Economics, Washington State University, August 2021
    Dissertation: Three Essays on Health Economics
    Advisor: Bidisha Mandal, Ph.D.
  • M.S. in Statistics, Washington State University, July 2021
    Project: Estimation of Change Points in Dynamic Generalized Linear Models
    Advisor: Abhishek Kaul, Ph.D.
  • M.S.(Honors) in Economics, Lomonosov Moscow State University, June 2015
    Thesis: The regulation of international trade in services at national and international levels
    Advisor: Vera Zubenko, Ph.D
  • B.S. in Economics, Lomonosov Moscow State University, June 2013

Research Interests

Health Economics, Applied Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics, Change Point Estimation

Working Papers

  • “The Differential Effects of Childhood and Chronic Bullying Victimization on Health and Risky Health Behaviors” with Bidisha Mandal
  • “Direct and Indirect Effects of Chronic Bullying Victimization on Adult Wages”
  • “Mental Health and Fertility Behavior” with Bidisha Mandal

Research Experience

Research Assistant — School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University

Dr. Vicki McCracken, 2018-2021

Dr. Eric Jessup, 2017-2018

Teaching Experience

  • Lead Instructor – Washington State University 
    • EconS 327/I-BUS 470: International Trade and Finance, Summer 2020
    • EconS 404: Economics for Managers, Online, Summer 2019
  • Teaching Assistant – Washington State University
    • EconS 305: Intermediate Microeconomics Theory without Calculus, Spring 2017
    • EconS 526: Master’s Microeconomics Analysis I, Fall 2016
    • EconS 527: Master’s Microeconomics Analysis II, Fall 2016
    • EconS 431: Economic Analysis of Environmental and Natural Resource Policies, Fall 2016

Professional Activites

  • Leadership:
    • Vice President, Graduate Student Association, School of Economic Sciences, 2020-2021
    • Senator, Graduate and Professional Students Association, Washington State University, 2018 – 2021
    • Secretary, Graduate Student Association, School of Economic Sciences, 2019-2020
  • Service:
    • Edited Munoz-Garcia, F., Advanced Microeconomic Theory,  Chapter 4 Production Theory and Mathematical Appendix, MIT Press, 2017

Scholarships and Awards

  • SES Class of 2007-2009 Scholarship, Washington State University, Spring 2021
  • CAHNRS Fall Festival Scholarship, Washington State University, Fall 2016

Skills

Computer: STATA, R, SQL, Python, LaTex

References

Contact Info:

E-mail: zhazira.alisheva@wsu.edu

Office Location:

315 Hulbert Hall
School of Economic Sciences
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-6210