Main research interests
- International Trade
- Political Economy of Trade Policy
- Trade Agreements
Lasha Chochua is a PostDoc in the Research Center Trade Policy. He obtained his Master's degree in Economics from Carlos III University in Madrid. Subsequently, he completed his doctorate on the topic of "Essays in International Trade Policy and Social Choice under Ambiguity" at Bielefeld University. His research interests encompass both theoretical and empirical aspects of trade policy, trade agreements, and applied game theory. In particular, he studies the effects of the World Trade Organization's rules on the global liberalization process, the impact of lobbying on trade policy formation, and the effects of trade agreements. Additionally, he is interested in deep learning models, as well as providing economic policy advice, having consulted countries such as Georgia and Jordan.