Yuliya is a 1st year PhD researcher at the School of Business and Management. She has been awarded a highly competitive SBM scholarship. She holds a BSc (Hons.) Economics and Business in Finance and a MSc (Hons.) Economic Sciences in Finance from the Kazakh-British Technical University. She is an experienced professional who worked in the banking system for over 5 year. She also contributed to the several projects of the European Commission, Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs, working on all aspects of the impact of the European Union and the Economic and Monetary Union on financial flows to show to what extent European integration has favoured financial flows. She has taught Banking, International Economics, Statistics, Economics of Enterprise and Modeling and Forecasting of Economic Processes courses for undergraduate students.
Title: Corporate social responsibility and sustainable development in the era of the sharing economy.
Big data, machine learning, artificial intelligence and algorithmic decision-making are the evolving creations of modern society. Digitalisation and globalisation have led to systematic transformations of the main processes over the last decade. New ways of communication have opened up opportunities for novel forms of business. Digital platforms have enabled market participants to lend and borrow underutilized assets online. Social media and mobile technologies have facilitated car and bike sharing, house, service and coworking sharing. Some of them have grown to multimillion dollar international companies. The concept is currently known as the ‘sharing economy’, which is an activity of giving and sharing access to goods and services through online services (Hamari et al., 2016). It is also referred as peer-to-peer (P2P) economy (Einav et al., 2016), access-based consumption (Bardhi and Eckhardt, 2012), collaborative consumption (Belk, 2014) and gig economy (Etter et al., 2019). One of the open questions of sharing economy is its application for urban economy, which is the main focus of Yuliya’s research.
Munapest - Model United Nations of Budapest, Chair of the ECOSOC, 2021Future We Want Global Virtual Model United Nations, UNHCR, 2020Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations, Global Markets and the Economy, 2019, Nur-SultanImpact Challenge, Transportation Hub Strategy by Boston Consulting Group, 2019, Nur-SultanBrussels Model European Union, European Central Bank section, 2019, BrusselsEurasian Media Forum, 2019, AlmatyThe 3rd International Scientific and Practical Conference 'Innovative Development Problems in the Oil and Gas Industry', 2010, Almaty
Jean-Charles Bricongne & Antoine Cosson & Albane Garnier-Sauveplane & Rémy Lecat & Irena Peresa & Yuliya Vanzhulova, 2021."Financial flows, macro-prudential policies, capital restrictions and institutions: what do gravity equations tell us?", Working papers 842, Banque de France.
Yuliya Vanzhulova, 2015. "Currency crisis early warning system for emerging markets. Case of Kazakhstan", Banks of Kazakhstan 4: 17-20.