Visiting Instructor in Economics
Primary Academic Program: Economics
Biography:Liudmila Malyshava’s research interests primarily focus on global trends in industrial and financial sectors, in the context of stability, growth, and income distribution. Her areas of specialization include applied microeconomics, applied macroeconomics, international economics, current heterodox approaches, and comparative systems. Publications include “One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: An Institutional Analysis of the Post-Soviet Transition in Belarus,” in Oeconomicus (2016), and “Is It Over Yet? Comparative Analysis of Transition Economies,” Journal of Interdisciplinary Research (2016). She also assisted Bard Professor of Economics L. Randall Wray with research and data updating for “The Reality of the Present and the Challenge of the Future,” in Journal of Economic Issues (2016), and Wray’s Modern Money Theory: A Primer on Macroeconomics for Sovereign Monetary Systems, second edition. (2015). She is the recipient a global trade and development certificate from the Graduate School of Middlebury College as well as various academic travel grants; a teaching assistantship at the University of Missouri–Kansas City; and a Davis Program scholarship and the Adolf Sturmthal Memorial Prize for contributions in economics at Bard.
BA, Bard College; MA, PhD candidate, University of Missouri–Kansas City. At Bard: 2017; 2019– .