Ilana Dautova

Ilana Dautova

Junior Research fellow

Dautova Ilana holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from KIMEP University (Almaty, Kazakhstan). She has also studied at the Foundation course at Lancaster University (Lancaster, United Kingdom) and on the exchange program at Ewha Womans University (Seoul, South Korea). Previously, she worked as a business development manager at the POSCO International Corporation.

Staff's Publications

January 17, 2021

The Phenomenon of Deflation in Germany

In Germany, the negative inflation, also called deflation, was recorded for the fourth time in a year. The deflation means the decrease in price levels for goods and services. In October 2020, in Germany, the aggregate index of wholesale prices for goods and services decreased by 0.2% in comparison with […]
December 28, 2020

How to Address the Issue of Skill Gap: The Case of Pakistan

According to the International Labour Organization (2020), global young unemployment (15-24 years) rate is 13.6% globally. The number of youth that are unemployed and do not have an education or professional training, continues to in-crease. It means that the young generation requires an access to education and development of relevant […]
December 10, 2020

Artificial Intelligence: Case of Indian Dairy Industry

With the continuous development of science and technology, artificial intelligence transforms the nature of everything that is connected to people’s everyday lives. Artificial intelligence refers to the principle that a machine and technology can perform tasks in a way similar to human brains and solve simple and more complex problems […]
November 9, 2020

A Brief Review of Migration from Poland since the EU Accession

One of the most disputable issues in Europe is the migration to the European Union (EU). Most Western European countries became migrant magnet countries attracting large numbers of people by the virtue of the recruitment of workers and family reunification in the 1960-1970s. Countries that joined the EU have experienced […]
November 9, 2020

The Consequences of Population Ageing in Japan

Population ageing is indisputably one of the most reframing social phenomena of the 21st century. World Health Organization (WHO) (2018) predicts that the world population will be ageing and the proportion of people aged 60 years and older will almost double from 12% to 22% between 2015 and 2050. By […]
November 5, 2020

The Wolf Economy of Mongolia

Over the past 28 years, Mongolia traveled a long and complicated journey upon the path of transformation from a state-planned economy to a market economy. At the present moment, being the most up-and-coming market for both East Asian and Western Pacific regions, Mongolia has been developing dynamically and consistently. In […]
October 25, 2020

Supporting Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises during the Pandemic: Case of Russia

More than half a year have passed since the authorities began to be concerned about the respiratory infectious disease known at present as the novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19) that was first officially registered in Wuhan, China, on December 31, 2019. The pandemic has already spread around the world and the […]
October 25, 2020

The Phenomenon of Gig Economy

With the advent of the mobile computing technology, the way how people live and work has drastically changed over the past decades. The communication between people has increased due to the Internet and social networking, opening new opportunities for people to earn and spend money. At the present moment, individuals […]
October 25, 2020

The Causes of Child Labor in Bangladesh

Participation of children in activities such as helping their parents at home, assisting them at work, and earning pocket money during school holidays is considered to have a positive contribution to the acquisition of children’s skills and experience and to help them to be productive in society in adulthood. However, […]
October 25, 2020

20 Years since the First Inter-Korean Summit

Korea is a region located in East Asia washed by the Japanese and Yellow seas. This region historically developed as a single state; however, since the middle of the 20th century, one nation of Korea has been divided into two countries with different political and economic systems – Democratic People’s […]