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Dr. Anar Muradov is a strong education professional with a PhD Degree in Economics. He is a full scholarship awardee of Japanese (MEXT), South Korean (KGSP-NIIED), Turkish (YTB) and Azerbaijani Governments.
April 2019 - December 2021
- Teaching Assistant
- Administrative work, teaching undergraduate and graduate students, preparation of teaching materials, conducting research
February 2018 - September 2018
September 2017 - September 2018
- Teaching Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, International Trade and Marketing Strategy (MBA)
Azerbaijan's natural resources attract the transnational corporations from the developed world and increase investment projects in oil industry. The development of the petroleum industry has significantly increased the GDP of the country since 1994. The paper will focus on natural resource contracts. Their impact on GDP growth, oil industry, and re...
In this paper, energy sector's monopoly behavior is analyzed in the case of Azerbaijan by referring to the literature of Dutch disease and rent-seeking. As a theoretical background, a new general equilibrium model is also developed in order to explain unusual surge of gasoline prices in Azerbaijan during the decreasing global oil prices. The paper...
A new model is proposed in this paper by concentrating on the Dutch disease phenomenon along with rent seeking to demonstrate how a natural resource abundance (or a resource boom) affects resource movement and national income under rent seeking collusion in the energy sector. Dutch disease and rent seeking problems are studied under the natural res...
In this paper, a new model is developed by referring to the literature of Dutch disease and rent-seeking for explaining how a natural resource boom in energy sector decreases national income and induces resource movement effect under a rent seeking monopoly. In the rent seeking monopoly model, it is shown that resource movement effect certainly occ...
This paper analyzes a rent seeking monopoly price, quantity and profit by using variable elasticity of substitution (VES) utility function. The paper provides a general equilibrium model (two industries and one factor market) in order to describe the behavior of a rent seeking monopoly in the case where one industry is a rent seeking monopoly while...
Ottoman Empire’s location and, especially Istanbul, was one of the important cities both for the Ottoman State and Europe due to trade routes and commercial transactions. The present study will focus on the trade relations between the Ottoman State and Europe in 19th century, and aimed to demonstrate the consequences of various trade transactions c...
Republic of Azerbaijan gained its independence on October 18, 1991 from the USSR. During the beginning of its independence twenty percent of Azerbaijani territories (Nagorno-Karabakh and its surrounding regions) were occupied by Armenian armed forces. The genocide in Khojaly town was one of the bloodiest pages in Azerbaijani history, where Armenian...