U.S. Fulbright Professor comes to Kazakhstan to teach and do research on investment climate

Lehigh University International Relations Professor Dinissa Duvanova was selected to receive the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship. Professor Duvanova will use the Fulbright Scholarship to combine fieldwork for her book project: “Regulatory Discretion and Discretionary Regulation in Post-Communist States” and teaching at Alma University in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Professor Duvanova’s field research focuses on state regulation of business and how it affects Kazakhstani investment climate. She will deliver a series of lectures on the theoretical aspects of economic development at the AlmaU School of State and Social Policy.