Universität Bonn

Abteilung für Mongolistik und Tibetstudien

Bat-Orgil Altankhuyag

Thesis topic: "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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