Bat-Orgil Altankhuyag


Bat-Orgil Altankhuyag

Department of Mongolian and Tibetan Studies


PhD Project

Titel: "Khalaa selgee: The Politicization of Administration in Mongolia as an obstacle to sustainability"

  • Master of Arts in Public Policy University of Auckland, New Zealand
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Development Studies University of Auckland, New Zealand
  • Certificate in International Trade Policy University of International Business and Economics, China
  • Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration Management, Computer Science and Management School (MUST)
  • Political Expert Democracy, Human Rights and Governance Assessment USAID, MAKING CENTS INTERNATIONAL
  • Senior Researcher, The Defacto Institute, NGO, Mongolia
  • Project Coordinator and Policy Researcher Silk Road Foundation, NGO, Mongolia
  • Strategic Analyst Young Managers College LLC, Mongolia
  • Human Resource Manager, Shunkhlai group LLC, Mongolia

Development Theories and Implications for Mongolia (2018), Nomad Publishing, Ulaanbaatar

  • Debates in Presidential Elections of Mongolia with Dashdavaa (2021) Asia Foundation in Mongolia
  • Electoral systems options for Mongolia (2021) Asia Foundation in Mongolia
  • Institutionalization of Political parties in Mongolia with Casal Bertoa, (2020) Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Mongolia
  • Intra-Party Democracy Index 2020 with Bat-Ulzii, Erdenebileg, Gankhuyag (2020) (funded by IRI)
  • Party System Institutionalization (with Batkhishig Gankhuyag) (2020) Konrad Adenauer Stiftung publishing, Ulaanbaatar
  • Intra-Party Democracy Index Mongolia (with Bat-Ulzii and Gankhuyag) (2018), The Defacto Institute Publishing (in Mongolian), Ulaanbaatar
  • Political Stability and Intra-Party Democracy in Mongolia with Bat-Ulzii (2019), Journal of Institutional Studies, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung publishing (in Mongolian), Ulaanbaatar
  • Measuring Intra-Party Democracy in Mongolia (2019) OSCE Summer School in Democracy and Political Party, Warsaw
  • Intra-Party Democracy index (2019) (with Bat-Ulzii, Erdenebileg and Gankhuyag), Defacto Institute, Ulaanbaatar
  • Comparative Analysis of Institutional Environments of NGOs: Mongolia, Poland and Hungary (with Gankhuyag) (2019) Defacto Institute Publishing, Ulaanbaatar
  • Foreign Bank Entry to Mongolia: A Comparative Analysis of the Mongolian and Hungarian Banking Sector, (2016), The University of Auckland (Dissertation), Auckland
  • Comparative Political Analysis of New Zealand and Mongolia’s Nuclear Weapon Policies (2016) the Peace Foundation, Auckland
  • March 2021 Lecture “Electoral Systems: A comparative analysis at National University of Mongolia
  • Nov 2020 – Lecture “Public policy and Policy analysis” at MUST, Mongolia
  • Dec 2019 – Lecture “Clientelism and Rent-seeking in Mongolia” at National University of Mongolia
  • May 2019 – Public lecture “Development Theories and State Building” at Mongolian University of Science and Technology
  • April 2019 – Lecture “Origins of Political Institutions” at National University of Mongolia
  • February 2019 – Lecture “Development Theories and Implications for Mongolia” for Young Journalist at National Legal Center
  • January 2019 - Lecture “Development Theories and Implications for Mongolia” at National University of Mongolia
  • October 2018 -- Presentation on "Today's Mongolia", Global University Fair 2018
  • September 2018 – Presentation on “Intra-party Democracy index 2018”, The Khangai Regional Meeting of the Democratic Party
  • August 2018 – Development Theories and Implications for Mongolia, at the Democratic Party
  • Professional: research and analysis; team building; leadership and staff training
  • Technical: Microsoft Office Suite, Google Docs Suite, IBM-SPSS, Nvivo
  • Languages: Mongolian (native speaker); English (advanced-high)
  • 2nd Place (2017), Central Bank of Mongolia Essay Competition
  • New Zealand Development Scholarship (2015), Government of New Zealand
  • Employee of The Year (2010), Shunkhlai Group LLC
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