Constantin Gurdgiev, PhD


Adjunct Professor


PhD, Macroeconomics and Finance, Trinity College Dublin
MA, Macroeconomics, Johns Hopkins University
BA, International Economics, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)


Dr. Gurdgiev’s expertise and research are concentrated in the fields of investment markets, and geopolitical and macroeconomic risk, uncertainty, and complexity analysis. Professor Gurdgiev advises a range of institutional and professional clients in the areas of macro and political risks and uncertainty analysis through his consulting practice, He is a co-Founder and the Board Member of two charities working with the issues of financial empowerment in Europe. In the past, Professor Gurdgiev served as the Head of Research and Partner with St Columbanus AG (Switzerland), the Head of Macroeconomics with the Institute for Business Value, IBM (U.S.), and the Director of Research with NCB Stockbrokers, Ltd (Ireland). He regularly contributes to a range of international financial publications, including the Cayman Financial Review, The Currency, American Banker, Central Banking, LSE Business Review, International Banker, Euromoney, and others.