Alina Mulyukova

Topics: Globalization, Innovation, Labor Market

Alina Mulyukova


Main research interests

  • Economics of Migration: effects on origin and destination countries, knowledge transfer
  • Labour Markets impact of Globalization
  • Economics of Innovation and Firm Performance

Alina Mulyukova joined the Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW) and the interdisciplinary Kiel Centre for Globalization (KCG) as a Doctoral researcher in June 2020. She is a member of the Research Center International Trade and Investment and part of the research team in a new KCG Research Project on the Impact of Special Economic Zones on Inequality.

Alina studied Economics at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich at a Master’s level and at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki at a Bachelor’s level. Before joining the Institute, Alina worked as a research assistant at the Center for Industrial Organization and New Technologies at ifo Institute and at Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition.

Her primary research interests are the economics of migration, labor market impacts of globalization as well as innovation economics and its impact on firm performance.


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Kiel Institute (IfW Kiel)


Ambitious climate policies will severely affect major fossil fuel exporters like Russia, Saudi Arabia, the Rep. of the Congo or Timor-Leste. How can they be taken along on the path to CO2-neutrality when domestic, short-term political & economic interests stand in the way? (1/3)