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Dr Andrey Kalinyak

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Andrey Kalinyak

Thesis Title

The Role of the Government Support for Education Attainment and Fertility Decisions

Current Research

My current research focuses on the analysis of the government policies that target education attainment and fertility decisions and their effects on the long-run economic development from the macroeconomic perspective. In my research I utilise the model of overlapping generations with endogenous education and fertility choices. Over the course of my study, I investigate the influence of the flat and regressive subsidy rates for education and fertility, compolsory education and childcare for the cases with representative household and heterogeneous households for the determenistic environment and for the stochastic environment with idiosincratic shocks to the human capital. In my research I also examine the influence of various tax options - tax on consuption, labour income and capital income - that government could implement to finance its education and fertility policies  

Research Interests

Macroeconomics, Family Economics, Labour Economics

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Current Teaching

ECON102: Principles of Economics B (tutor) (2015/16 - 2018/19)


  • MSc in Economics, Distinction: Lancaster University, 2014-2015
  • BSc (Hons) in Economics, First Class: Lancaster University, 2011-2014

Research Grants

  • 2015-2018: ESRC DTC Award including AQM 
  • 2014: Postgraduate Scholarship by Lancaster University Management School

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Department: Economics


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