The Armenian Economic Association NGO is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, organization
dedicated to promoting Armenian scholarship in economics.
The aims of the Armenian Economic Association (AEA) are:
- to contribute to the development of economics education
- to encourage the research and study of economic activity
- to develop and promote cooperation among academic, private, and public
- to develop and promote cooperation with international scholars and
educators, and educational and research institutions
- to provide a platform for the free and open discussion of economic and public
AEA was founded in 2006. We are mostly young academics, PhDs or soon to be
PhDs, trained in economics and finance in Europe and North America joined with
academics and researchers in various institutions in Armenia.
AEA carries its activities online by volunteer members, and does not maintain an
office. Please use Contact us for any inquiries.
Board of Directors
Aleksandr Grigoryan (President), American University of Armenia, PhD in Economics,
University of Turin
Gurgen Aslanyan, Central Bank of Armenia, PhD in Economics, CERGE
Vahagn Jerbashian, University of Barcelona, PhD in Economics, CERGE, and PhD in
Mathematics, Yerevan State Polytechnic University
Vardan Baghdasaryan, Amercian University of Armenia, PhD in Economics and
Finance, Catholic University of Sacred Heart (Milan, Italy)
Vardan Urutyan, International Center for Agribusiness Research and Education, PhD
Armenian State University of Economics
Tatevik Sekhposyan, Texas A&M University, PhD Economics, University of North
Zareh Asatryan (Executive Director), Zew Germany, PhD Economics, University of
Shushanik Hakobyan (editor, Armenian Journal of Economics), Fordham University,
PhD Economics, University of Virginia
AEA has no funding sources. It relies on the voluntary spirit of its members, event
participants, and donor community. Donation may be sent to:
Armenian Economic Association
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members as well as solicit your views and
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