Tuvshintugs Batdelger (Ph.D) is the director of Economic Research Institute (ERI) and an associate professor of economics at the National University of Mongolia. He is actively involved in policy discussions in the country and he successfully led research teams on policy analysis projects such as impact of financial crisis on Mongolian economy, assessment of impact of big strategic mines on Mongolian economy and business environment.
His research interests are macroeconomics, monetary economics
Manlaibaatar ZagdbazarSenior Researcher
Z.Manlaibaatar joined Economic Research Institute as a researcher in September 2012. He holds a BS in Applied Mathematics from Khan-Uul Institute of Mongolia and MA in Economic Policy from the Central European University, Hungary.
Prior to joining the ERI, he held several research positions at recognized organizations: as researcher at the Development Strategy and System Research Centre, as a lecturer of Mathematic modelling of Economics and Institutional economics at Khan-Uul Institute
Vaanchig GanshirIT manager
G.Vaanchig has been working as the IT manager of ERI since 2011. He graduated with bachelor degree in Information technology from Hallym University of Korea. Currently, he is responsible for maintaining the IT as well as making arrangements with scholars who received research funding from ERI.
Munkh-Ireedui BayarjargalSenior Researcher
B.Munkh-Ireedui joined ERI as a researcher in July 2013 just after obtaining his bachelor degree in Economics from the School of Economics Studies, Mongolia. His research area focuses on International Economics, Labour Economics and Monetary Policy. Lately, he has been focusing on CGE modelling, especially in its applications on assessing the impacts of various economic policies.
Delgermaa Begz joined ERI as a researcher in 2016, and obtained her bachelor degree in Financial Management from University of Finance and Economics in Mongolia. Her research area focuses on macroeconomics, financial market, environmental and resource economics, education and inequality. She is also interested in macroeconomic modeling.
Ragchaasuren GalindevResearch adviser
G.Ragchaasuren is the managing director of Gerege Partners LLC, a professional services consultancy firm in Mongolia. He has also been working as an associate professor in economics at Queens University Belfast in the UK since 2006. Before that, he worked as an assistant professor at Essex University in the UK. He has published his research output on economic growth, business cycle and demographic transitions in international peer-reviewed journals such as Journal of Economic Growth, Journal of
Narantuya ChuluunbatVisiting Researcher
Ch.Narantuya is a professor at the Economics Department of the National University of Mongolia (NUM). She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Microeconomics, Economic Development, Public Sector Economics, and New Institutional Economics. Her research interests include political economy, transition, public finance, institutions and governance. Dr. Narantuya Chuluunbat currently holds a Vice President for Finance and Development position at the NUM. Narantuya Chul
Gan-Ochir DoojavVisiting Researcher
Gan-Ochir Doojav earned his master's and PhD degrees in economics from the Australian National University. He joined at the Bank of Mongolia (BOM) in 2005. There, he has been responsible for the macroeconomic modelling and forecasting, and worked as an Advisor to the Governor of the BOM and the Head of Working Unit of Financial Stability Council.
Ariun-Erdene BayarjargalVisiting Researcher
B.Ariun-Erdene (Ph.D), is a Researcher at Economic Research Institute and a Visiting Researcher Fellow at the Ardnt-Corden Department of Economics of the Australian National University. Her research interests are development economics, inequality, policy analysis, and micro econometrics. She received her Ph.D in Economics from the Australian National University and previously worked as a lecturer for the National University of Mongolia.
Unurjargal joined ERI as a researcher in July 2017, and obtained her bachelor degree in Economics from The National University of Mongolia. His research area focuses on macroeconomics and institutional economics.
OYUNZUL Tserendorj joined ERI as a researcher in July 2017, and obtained her bachelor degree in Economics from the National University of Mongolia. Her research area focuses on macoreconomics and development economics.
Eldev-Ochir Tumur-OchirVisiting Researcher
Eldev-Ochir Tumur-Ochir (Ph.D) is a Researcher at Economic Research Institute, graduated from the National University of Mongolia with M.A and Bachelor in Economics. Recently, he has just obtained doctor degree of economics at National University of Mongolia as Deterministic and Stochastic Analysis of the Mongolian Financial sector.
Esmedekh LkhanaajavVisiting Researcher
L.Esmedekh is a PhD in the Centre of Policy Studies, Victoria University, Australia. He was a lecturer in Economics department, National University of Mongolia previously. His research interest is in the development of next generation CGE models, and the application of these models to the analysis of economic growth and structural change, forecasting, and policy analysis in resource-rich economies. He is also interested in Public finance.
Bat BuyantsogtVisiting Researcher
Bat Buyantsogt is completed his PhD in economics at Kyunpook National University of South Korea.
Now he is as an associate professor of Economics at the National University of Mongolia and also works as a senior researcher for Institute for Sustainable Development.
Conducted various types of research projects in Mongolia. The selected projects are: The macroeconomic impact of Ouytolgoi copper project’s impact on Mongolian macroeconomy, The tavan tolgoi coal project’s impact on Mong
B.Tsendsuren joined ERI as a researcher in January 2016. She holds BS in Economics from Hacettepe University in Turkey and Graduate diploma in international and development economics and Master of environmental and resource economics from the Australian National University. Prior to joining ERI, she had worked for the Ministry of Environment and Green development of Mongolia in charge of climate change issues, particularly focusing on clean energy and GHG emissions reduction. Her research focuse
Gansuld DaashinkhuuVisiting Researcher
D.Gansuld is a senior lecturer in economics at Institute of Finance and Economics since 2002. He graduated from the National University of Mongolia with a B.A. degree in Economics in 2002. He received a M.A. in Economics from the National University of Mongolia in 2008. He also studied a Ph.D. in economics at CERGE-EI from 2010 to 2012. His research orientation: economic growth, business cycle and labor market.
B. Khorol-Erdene joined ERI as a researcher in September 2017 after obtaining her bachelors degree from New York University. She completed a double major in Economics and Political Science. Her research interests include macroeconomics and political economy.
Tsolmon BaatarzorigVisiting Researcher
B.Tsolmon works for Gerege Partners LLC as a researcher. She joined the company in August 2013 just after graduating the School of Economics Studies, National University of Mongolia with BS degree in International Economics. Her research area focuses on Econometrics, Mongolian labour market, Labour economics and Macroeconomics. Lately, she has been focusing on CGE and GAMS modeling. Currently, she is conducting a research on “Review of financial system efficacy of mining revenue sharing in
Bumchimeg GungaaVisiting Researcher
G.Bumchimeg is the managing director of MeARC, a research institute in Mongolia. Before that, she had been working as an economist at Bank of Mongolia for ten years. She holds a BS in Economics from National University of Mongolia and MSc in Economics from University of Manchester, UK. Her research concentrations include: macroeconomic forecasting and DSGE modeling.
Erdenebulgan DamdinsurenVisiting Researcher
D.Erdenebulgan has worked at ERI as a researcher from 2013 to 2015. He holds BA in Economics from Kobe University and MA in Economics from the Hitotsubashi University of Japan. His studies focus on game theory and its applications, mechanism design, social choice and DSGE modelling. Currently he is concentrating more on CGE modelling development and its applications on various economic policies.