Olexiy Kyrychenko is an Assistant Professor at the Nijmegen School of Management and a team member of the Global Data Lab at the Institute for Management Research, Radboud University. Olexiy is an applied microeconomist with research interests at the intersection of environmental and health economics, climate change, and development economics. He received his PhD in Economics and Econometrics from CERGE-EI (the Czech Republic, under a U.S. permanent charter), 2023. He was awarded a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship and held visiting positions at Princeton University (Health and Wellbeing, 2018) and UC Berkeley (Environmental Economics, 2019-2020).
Before CERGE-EI, Olexiy held various teaching, research, and administrative positions at Zaporizhzhia National Technical University (Ukraine), including an Associate Professor position at the chair of International Economic Relations. During this period of his career, he published more than 20 articles in mainly Ukrainian economic journals and was awarded an academic rank of a Docent (Associate Professor). He obtained his CSc. (Ph.D.) in World Economy and International Economic Relations from Dnipropetrovsk University of Economics and Law (Ukraine). He was also a recipient of the Fulbright Scholar Award for conducting his research (International Finance) at UC Berkeley, 2011-2012.
Research interests: Applied Microeconometrics, Large-Scale Data Analysis and GIS, Environmental and Health Economics/Climate Change
Kyrychenko, O. (2021). Environmental regulations, air pollution, and infant mortality in India: A reexamination. CERGE-EI Working Paper Series, (703).
Kyrychenko, O. (2021). The Impact of the Crisis-inducted Reduction in Air Pollution on Infant Mortality in India: A Policy Perspective. CERGE-EI Working Paper Series, (702).