- Peace and development
- Conflict and peace
- Armament and disarmament
Dr Anastasia Aladysheva is a Senior Researcher with the SIPRI Life in Kyrgyzstan project, focusing on impact evaluations of development and peacebuilding programmes in Kyrgyzstan. She joined SIPRI in September 2013 after completing her PhD in International Economics at the Graduate Institute of International Studies and Development in Geneva. She received an MA in Economics from the Central European University, Budapest, and an MSc in Mathematics and Computer Science from Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia. Her primary research interests include development economics, impact evaluation methods, social and behavioural economics, and political economy. Prior to joining SIPRI, she worked as a field coordinator and a consultant at the World Bank’s Development Impact Evaluation Initiative for a community-driven development project in Burkina Faso, and as an instructor and teaching and research assistant at the Graduate Institute in Geneva.
Development economics, social and behavioural economics, impact evaluation methods, political economy
Russia, Central Asia, West Africa
PhD in International Economics,Graduate Institute of International Studies and Development, Geneva, Switzerland