Dr Jak Kakhkharov

Lecturer

College of Business, Government and Law

Research expertise

Dr Jak Kakhkharov's research interests focus on the impact of remittances on socio-economic phenomena and financial/banking sector development. He published in peer-reviewed economics and finance journals. His past work experience includes a number of consultancy assignments with World Bank, UNDP, ADB, and staff positions with ABN AMRO Bank.

Research expertise

Dr Jak Kakhkharov's research interests focus on the impact of remittances on socio-economic phenomena and financial/banking sector development. He published in peer-reviewed economics and finance journals. His past work experience includes a number of consultancy assignments with World Bank, UNDP, ADB, and staff positions with ABN AMRO Bank.

place Law & Commerce Building (3.49)

Dr Jak Kakhkharov is a Lecturer in Finance at the College of Business, Governance and Law, Flinders University. Before joining Flinders, he was a faculty at Griffith University, Australia.

Qualifications

PhD in Finance (Griffith University)

Postgraduate research in Economics, University of Oxford, St Antony's College

Master of International Affairs with concentration in International Finance and Banking, Columbia University, New York

BA in Economics, State Institute of Oriental Studies, Tashkent

Honours, awards and grants

Teaching Excellence Recognition Award, Griffith University, 2018

Griffith University Grant for Learning and Teaching - Quantifying the Use of Bloomberg in Finance, 2017

Research Grant External and Internal Migrations in Central Asia. NAC-NU and George Washington University 2017

Research Grant Research beyond the Ivory Tower: Policy and Communications Training for University Teams, NUPI, 2015

Research expertise
Banking, finance and investment
Research interests

Fintech, Remittances, Banking Sector Developments, Emerging Markets Finance

Topic coordinator
BUSN9227 Financial Management

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