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Tatevik Vardanyan studied at Armenian State University of Economics, in the Faculty of State Regulation of Economy and International Economic Relations. She holds a Master’s degree.  

She worked at the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs of the RA, “National Institute of Labor and Social Research” SNPO, Armenian State University of Economics.

She has been involved in numerous programs of international organizations (UNESCO, ILO, USAID, UNDP and so on) as a researcher. Tatevik is a visiting scholar at the School of Economics of Beijing Technology and Business University (China).


  1. Tatevik Vardanyan, "Factoral Research of the RA Migration Issues”, scientific magazine “Ailyntranq” (Alternative), 2018 N3, June-July, ISSN 1829-2828, p. 256-260. (original available in Armenian)
  2. David Hakhverdyan, Tatevik Vardanyan, “Economic Impact of International Labor Migration”, “Banber ASUE”, 2018 N2, ISSN 1829-0280, p. 70-77. (original available in Armenian)
  3. Tadevos Avetisyan, Arman Sargsyan, Tatevik Vardanyan “Analysis of Interconnections between Minimal Wage and Selective Capacity (by the example of the RA)”, “Banber ASUE”, 2017 N4, ISSN 1829-0280, p. 23-34. (original available in Armenian)
  4. Tatevik Vardanyan, “Identifying the Problems of Labor Migrants Leaving Armenia”, “Ailyntranq” (Alternative) three-month scientific magazine, 2017 N 3, June-September, ISSN 1829-2828, p. 9-17. (original available in Armenian)
  5. Tatevik Vardanyan “Comparative Analysis of Legislation Regulating Migration Field of the EAEU Countries (Armenia, Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan)”, “Finances and Economy” magazine, December 2017, ISSN1829-3689, p. 151-155. (original available in Armenian)
  6. Tatevik Vardanyan, International economic relations and sustainable development: monograph / edited by Dr. of Economics, Prof. O. Prokopenko, Ph.D in Economics T. Kurbatova. – Ruda Śląska: Drukarnia i Studio Graficzne Omnidium, 2017. – 272 p., ISBN 978-83-61429-11-1, p. 203-209. (original available in Armenian)
  7. Tatevik Vardanyan “Transformation of the World Economic Interaction System in the Context of Modern Global Challenges”: materials of the international scientific-practical conference of the professors’ staff, young scientists, postgraduate students, undergraduates and students, May 17-18, 2016, Rostov-on-Don, “Azov Print”, ISSN 978-5-4382-0255-4, p. 92-95. (original available in Russian)
  8. Tatevik Vardanyan, “Current Situation of Labor International Migration and its Influence on the Global Migration”, knowledge, new creation and development. Materials of ASUE 25th Conference, ASUE. Economist, 2015. - p.714, ISBN 978-9939-61-135-8, p. 341-346 (original available in Armenian)
  9. Nazaryan Grigor, Vardanyan Tatevik, “The Main Ways to Increase the Competitiveness of International Tourism in Armenia”, “Mechanisms and Tools for the Economic Growth of the Regional Economy: state, policy and forecast”. Materials of International Scientific-Practical Conference. June 26, 2015. Rostov-on-Don. “Azov Print”, 2015. – 292p.  ISSN 978-5-4382-0211-0, p. 41- 44. (original available in Russian)
  10. Tatevik Vardanyan, “Problems of the Landlocked Countries”, “Economy of Armenia Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” student conference materials, Yerevan, VMV-PRINT, 2011, p. 102-109. (original available in Armenian)
  11. Tatevik Vardanyan, “Innovative Competitiveness of the Republic of Armenia”, “20 Years of Independence of Armenia’s Economy” student conference materials, Yerevan, VMV-PRINT, 2012, p. 128-137. (original available in Armenian)
  12. Tatevik Vardanyan, “Education as a Factor of Economy Development”, “Challenges and Problems of Economy Development in Armenia” student conference materials, Economist, 2013, p.28-36. (original available in Armenian)
  13. “Outlet Point”: Demographic Picture of the Previous Decade and the Effects of Emigration in Armenia. (original available in Armenian)
  14. Armenian Dram at the Forefront of Commercial and Political Wars, as the Most Stable Currency in the Region. (original available in Armenian)

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