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Oleksandr Talavera Lectured In Ostroh Academy

February 04, 2011

On 3 February, Doctor of Economics Oleksandr Talavera visited Ostroh Academy.

In 1999 he received a bachelor's degree at Ostroh Academy National University. Afterwards he was studying at the Kyiv School of Economics (KSE) and Boston College of Economics. At present, Oleksandr Talavera is a lecturer at the University of East Anglia.

Mr Talavera had a meeting with the students of the Faculty of Economics. His interactive lecture consisted of two parts. During the first part of the meeting was about student life, motivation to receive higher education and studying at Ostroh Academy. The students have shared their future plans, especially those regarding their employment.

The second part of the lecture was devoted to Mr Talavera's research of discrimination in business. He outlined possible implementation of knowledge with the focus on business and academic life. The lecturer has emphasised that discrimination is a biased phenomenon and mainly concerns women. This trend is due to a person's disposition or indisposition to risk and improves with the development of market relations.