Viktor Khanzhyn

PhD, University of Nebraska, Assistant Professor

Viktor joined KSE in Fall of 2016. He received his Ph.D. in Economics in 2012 and his M.A. in Economics in 2007 both from the University of Nebraska — Lincoln. In 2005 he received his M.A. in Finance from Petro Mohyla Mykolayiv State Unviersity. Since 2012 he was teaching Economics at Nebraska Wesleyan University.

Among Viktor’s awards and fellowships are Award for Excellence in Teaching by a Graduate Student and The Robert C. and Patricia N. Bingham Economics Fellowship. Viktor is an alumnus of the Fulbright Scholarship Program.

His research interests include efficiency and productivity studies and questions of sustainable development. His current work is on using directional output distance functions for modeling production processes with undesirable outputs.