Vera Mironova, Graduate Research Fellow at Harvard University and PhD candidate at the University of Maryland, conducted research as a Visiting Fellow with IRIS on how exposure to violence affects individual economic and political decision-making through frequent visits and observation in several IDP and refugee camps in summer 2015. Ms. Mironova also conducted an advanced workshop on behavioral economics with AUIS students, all of whom developed and implemented research projects on how individual attitudes towars international relations affect attitudes towards the milk purchase and consumption. She remains a Non-Resident Fellow of IRIS.
Click here for a list of Mironova's publications.
Click here to read about Mironova's lecture at AUIS, when she presented her ongoing research on the labor market for rebel recruitment in the Syrian civil war, in August 2016.