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Tatul Manaseryan


The environment created in international monetary relations in the last decade following the global financial and economic crisis causes more concerns than optimism, both in terms of the financial systems of the national economies of individual countries, as well as the future course of the world economy. There are also many countries that have not even overcome the second wave of the global financial and economic crisis, the external debt crisis (Greece, Spain, Portugal, Holland, etc.). And in a broader sense, both in the economy and in the financial system, the general uncertainty is increasing.

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Manaseryan, T. (2023). ENSURING FINANCIAL SECURITY IN THE FACE OF COMPETITION BETWEEN NATIONAL AND ELECTRONIC CURRENCIES. Economics, Finance and Accounting, 1(11), 120. https://doi.org/10.59503/29538009-2023.1.11-120
Author Biography

Tatul Manaseryan, Armenian State University of Economics

Tatul Manaseryan is an economist who graduated from Kyiv State University in 1984. He has been teaching at universities in Armenia and other countries since 1983. He served as the chief adviser to the president at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Armenia from 1989 to 1990 and was the General Director of the Sakharov Foundation from 1990 to 1991. He was a professor at Redlands University of Southern California from 1993 to 1997 and was the head of the training center of the Armenian Development Agency in 1997-1998. In 1998-1999, he chaired the economic committee of the Political Council of the RA President.

In 2002-2003, Manaseryan served as the scientific director of the Center for Strategic and National Studies and later founded the "Alternative" research center in 2003. He was elected as a deputy of the National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia in May 2003 on the proportional electoral list of the "Justice" alliance.

Manaseryan holds a Sc.D. in Economics, is a professor at Armenian State University of Economics, and has authored approximately 500 scientific articles and 10 monographs.