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Hamed Ghoddusi

Curriculum Vitae, December 7, 2009

Vienna Graduate School of Finance Heiligenstaedterstr. 46-48 1190 Vienna, Austria

hamed.ghoddusi@vgsf.ac.at

Office (Austria): +43 (1) 31336-6132 Cell (US): 5129145205

EDUCATION

Visiting Scholar, Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics, University of California at Berkeley, Oct-Nov 2009

Visiting Scholar, Department of Finance, University of Texas at Austin, Jan 2009-May 2009, Sep 2009, Dec 2009

Forth Year PhD Candidate, Vienna Graduate School of Finance (VGSF), Austria, Sep 2007- Jun 2010 (expected)

Post Graduate Diploma in Quantitative Economics, Institute for Advance Studies (IHS), Vienna, Austria, Sep 2005- Aug 2007

Master in Business Administration (MBA), Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, Sep 2000- May 2003

B.S. Industrial Engineering (major: systems analysis), Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, Sep 1995- Aug 2000

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Political Economy of Oil-Based Economies, Development Finance, Energy and Commodity Finance, Investment under Uncertainty

TEACHING INTERESTS

Energy Economics, Commodity and Agricultural Finance, Natural Resource Economics, Development Economics, Applied Game Theory, Applied Finance Theory

CAREER INTERESTS

Public Policy Schools, Development and Resource Economics Departments, International Organizations, Think Tanks, Development Consulting, Development Finance, Energy Consulting

FORTHCOMING PAPERS

“Dynamic Investment in the Extraction Capacity of Exhaustible Resources” (Forthcoming), Scottish Journal of Political Economy.

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WORKING PAPERS

“Skilled Workers, Immigration Options and Optimal Investment in Human Capital”, Jointly with Baran Siyahan, 2008

“Correlated Equilibria of Shareholders Voting Game”, 2007

WORK IN PROGRESS

“Electoral Cycles, Capital Intensity and Optimal Extraction of Exhaustible Resources”

“Transfer of Risk in Energy Supply Chain”

“Stochastic Behavior of Commodities under Backwardation”

“Optimal Capacity Choice in a Production-Storage Game of Exhaustible Resources”

PRESENTATION OF RESEARCH

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UC Berkeley, Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics, USA, November 2009

Spain-Italy-Netherlands Game Theory Conference, the Netherlands, July 2009

Energy and Value Conference, Turkey, July 2009

CESifo Summer School on Uncertainty, Italy, July 2009

13 th Annual Real Options Conference, Spain/Portugal, June 2009

4th European Workshop on Labor Markets and Demographic Change, Austria, May 2009

UT Austin, Department of Finance, USA, April 2009

Bielefeld Doctoral Workshop, Germany, Dec 2008

SELECTED TEACHING EXPERIENCES

Multi-national Financial Management, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, 2008, Member of Teaching Group

Personal Wealth Management, Gutman Center for Research in Portfolio Management, Vienna, Austria, 2007, 2008, Tutor

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Game Theory for Energy Policy, Short Course, International Institute for Energy Studies, Tehran, Iran, 2008, Instructor

Real Options, Summer Short Course, Sharif University of Technology, 2008, Instructor

Management Consulting Skills Workshop, International Association of Iranian Managers, Tehran, Iran, 2008, Workshop Leader

Applied Game Theory, Summer Short Course, Sharif University of Technology, 2006, 2007, 2008, Instructor

Strategic Management, MBA Course, Sharif University of Technology, 2002, Teaching Assistant

Quantitative Methods for Managers, MBA Course, Sharif University of Technology, 2000, Teaching Assistant

Systems Dynamics, Undergrad Course, Sharif University of Technology, 1998, Teaching Assistant

FURTHER TRAINING

Summer School on Islamic Finance, Durham University, UK, 2008

Summer School on Philosophy and Economics, Vienna University, 2006

Public-Private Partnership in Transition Economics, IMF course held by Joint Vienna Institute (JVI), 2006

Effective SME Development Policies, Asian Productivity Organization, Tehran, Iran, 2003

Energy Environmental Review, World Bank, Tehran, Iran, 2002

Research Methods in Social Science, Social Science Study Centre, Tehran, Iran, 2002

Urban Poverty, Social Science Study Centre, Tehran, Iran, 2000

GRANTS AND EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENTS

Full scholarship, Vienna Graduate School of Finance for 4 years, 2007-2011

Full Scholarship, Institute for Advance Studies, Vienna, 2005-2007

Ranked 9 th in Iranian nation-wide university entrance exam (among more than 200,000 participants), 1995

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Ranked 3 rd in Iranian nation-wide MBA entrance exam (among more than 2000 participants), 2000

SELECTED WORK EXPERIENCES

Part-time Researcher on Pro-Poor Businesses, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), July-Dec 2009

Consultant, United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Vienna, Sep 2004-Jan 2006

Consultant, Industrial Management Institute (IMI), Tehran, Iran, June 2003-Aug 2004

International Consultant, United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Tehran, June 2003-Sep 2004

Coordinator, Sustainable Urban Development Office, Tehran Municipality, June 2002- May 2003

Researcher, Sharif Entrepreneurship Center, Oct 2000 – Nov 2002

Consultant, Haseb System Consulting, May 1999-Sep 2000

LANGUAGES: Persian (native), Azeri (native), English (fluent), Arabic (inter- mediate), Turkish (inter-mediate), German (basic)

COMPUTER SKILLS: Ms Office, C++, Turbo Pascal, VB, HTML, MATLAB, EViews, Stata (basic), LaTex, Database Management Systems

AFFILIATIONS: The European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, American Finance Association

SELECTED LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCES: International Association of

Iranian Managers (board member), Iranian Center for Civil Society Capacity Building (advisor)

HOBBIES: Blogging, Independent Cinema, World History

REFERENCES: Available Upon Request

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