A graduate of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Eric Livny is the founding director and president of the International School of Economics at TSU (ISET) and the affiliated ISET Policy Institute – the first university-based economic policy think-tank in the South Caucasus. In addition to his positions at ISET, Eric serves as advisor to Georgia’s Minister of Economic and Sustainable Development, Dimitri Kumsishvili. He is also heading up the Economic Commission at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC-Georgia).
Mr. Livny has been living and working in Georgia since April 2007. Prior to that
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Florian Biermann is assistant professor at the International School of Economics at Tbilisi State University (ISET). Until 2005, he studied economics at the Humboldt University Berlin and the Free University of Berlin. After working for a year at the Institute of Mathematical Economics of Bielefeld University, in 2006 he moved to Jerusalem to pursue his Ph.D. degree at the Hebrew University (degree awarded in 2012). His doctorate was supervised by Professors Eyal Winter and Bezalel Peleg. Florian is interested in game theory, microeconomics, and mathematical economics.