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Herman Hoen

Adjunct Professor of International Political Economy


Professor Hoen is Adjunct Professor of International Political Economy, and Full Professor of International Political Economy, University of Groningen, The Netherlands. He participates in the project “Emerging Market Economies in Central Asia” at the Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen; worked at the Budapest University of Economics, presently known as Corvinus University; was research fellow of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences; was visiting professor at the Georg August University (Göttingen) and Bilkent University (Ankara). He received his Ph.D., in economics from the University of Groningen.

Publications include: Institutional Reform in Central Asia: Politico-Economic Challenges, ed. with J. Ahrens (2012); "Reviewing Transition in Eastern Europe: Converging Courses of Institutional Change?" in Studia Diplomatica 65/2 (2012); “Crisis in Eastern Europe: The Downside of a Market Economy Revealed?" in European Review 19/1 (2011)



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