Main research interests
- Development economics
- single-country CGE modeling with the focus on sustainability issues
Askar Mukashov is a Junior Researcher at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy and Doctoral Candidate at the University of Kiel. His current research focuses on development economics, in particular on such areas as economic growth, inequality, fiscal policies and macroeconomic stability. The primary tools employed in his work are country-specific Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) models and various satellite models.
Currently he is working in close cooperation with the Office of International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) in Cairo where he is engaged in the project that analyzes the structural adjustment of Egyptian economy resulting from the fuel subsidy reform, and the Department of Agricultural Economics at the Kiel University, where he is a member of a team that investigates socio-political decision-making processes in developed and developing countries.