Tinatin Akhvlediani is a Researcher at CEPS’ Foreign Policy unit and a visiting lecturer at the University of Warsaw. Her research focuses on the Eastern Partnership, Association Agreements and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Areas. In particular, she focuses on trade, digital and cyber matters. Tinatin has published on this topics several articles, commentaries and co-authored handbooks and reports, including for the European Parliament and European Commission. Currently, Tinatin is coordinating the first ex-post evaluation of the EU-Georgia and EU-Moldova DCFTAs commissioned by DG Trade, European Commission.
Tinatin appeared in many TV interviews, and magazines in Georgia, and in 2021 she was named by Forbes Georgia among Forbes 30under30 in category of science.
Tinatin holds a PhD degree in Economics from the University of Warsaw, Master’s degrees in International Economics from the University of Warsaw and European Economic Studies from the College of Europe and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Tbilisi State University. Her research outcomes have been presented at the international conferences in Europe as well as in Canada, United States, China, Australia and Thailand.
Tinatin's research outcomes have been presented at the international conferences in Europe as well as in Canada, United States, China and Australia. Tinatin has been speaker at several Brussels events, including the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum on the topics related to the Association Agreements of the EU with Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine and the Eastern Partnership.