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Petar Terziev

Analyst
Economic Program

Education:

Master of Science (MSc) in Political Sociology from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), United Kingdom

Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Sociology and Psychology from the University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom

Biography:

Petar Terziev works as an analyst at the Economic Program at the Center for the Study of Democracy. His research focuses on the hidden economy in Europe. This includes studies of the patterns of cross-border undeclared work, tax evasion, and risk assessment systems. Petar also engages in other interdisciplinary projects, mainly on issues related to illegal markets.

Prior to joining CSD, Petar has worked as a sociologist in fieldwork projects in the Philippines, Nicaragua, and the United Kingdom. He is experienced in the application of diverse qualitative and quantitative social science research methods such as qualitative interviews, surveys, ethnographic research and media content analysis.

Research focus:

Informal Economy, Illegal Markets, Electoral Systems, International Migration, Technological Innovation.

 

Languages

English, Español

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