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Dates October 2014 – now
Principal subjects/occupational skills covered My research is focused on detail analysis of flexicurity concept of labour market in Latvia and the Baltic States in comparison to other European countries. By analysing the four flexicurity principles and the ways of their implementation across European countries, the target is to find solutions and give concrete proposals for necessary changes in Latvian labour market legislation and policy. Flexicurity will be analysed on macroeconomic level.
Name and type of organisation providing education and training University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia
Level in national or international classification Doctoral studies, Economics
 Dates  January 2012 – December 2013
Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Courses and topics covered: Resource Economics, Petroleum Economics, Economics of Climate Change, The Energy, Recourse and Environmental Industrial Sector, and seminar in Risk Management and Safety, Time series analysis and prediction, Econometric Analysis and Applications, Principles of Derivatives Pricing and Risk Management, Land Use and Natural Resources, Behaviour Finance and Wealth Management, Competitive Strategy.

Master thesis “The Analysis of Sustainable Forest Management in Latvia and Finland”.

NHH’s Graduate Summer School (June 2012) in Natural Resource Management and Policy: Norwegian Model.

Name and type of organisation providing education and training Norwegian School of Economics (NHH), Bergen, Norway
Level in national or international classification Master degree, Economics
Dates September 2011 – June 2013
Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Courses and topics covered: Discriminant analysis, Cluster analysis, Factor analysis, Multidimensional analysis, Theory of Growth Models, Optimization Theory, Networks of Transportation, Design and Management of Investment Portfolio, Models of Monetary Economics, Social-Finance Economics.

Master thesis “Model of Bank Competition in Latvia Over the Years 2007-2012”.

Name and type of organisation providing education and training University of Latvia, Faculty of Economics and Management, Riga, Latvia
Level in national or international classification Master degree, Economics
Dates September 2008 – June 2011
Principal subjects/occupational skills covered Courses and topics covered: Statistics, Econometrics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Optimization, International Trade, Public Sector Economics, International Monetary Economics, Economics in Periods of Crisis.

Bachelor thesis “Quantitative Methods of Project Risk Management”.

Name and type of organisation providing education and training University of Latvia, Faculty of Economics and Management, Riga, Latvia
Level in national or international classification Bachelor degree, Economics
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