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Nino Javakhishvili-Larsen

Researcher and team leader, Copenhagen,management, model team, PhD, research & analysis

Research in labor markets, human capital, socio-economic geography and SAM-K/LINE®

How Nino describes her work

“I research labor markets, human capital, labour movements in geographical areas and also perform border regional research. Danish socio-economic geography with particular focus on regional economy, the regional and municipal accounting model SAM-K/LINE®, as well as regional and municipal research.

I am an enthusiastic researcher with special interests in interdisciplinary regional analysis and research. I practice strategic leadership with my team, focus on evidence-based research and am in dialogue with partners and colleagues. I like challenges, especially when they lead to improvements, innovation and research.

CRT and I go way back. In 2004, just after my graduate degree at LSE, I chose to work here instead of staying in London. I got lucky! Plenty of great experiences and exciting projects. In 2008, I tried to chase other experiences and even travelled for some years to perform various tasks. But it was only in 2017 that I found the way to pursue my professional dreams by coming back to CRT.”

Latest 3 projects
2019 Labour market & education Ongoing

SAM-K/LINE®_RHSA: Regional Economic Model for Healthcare and Labour Market

The Centre for Regional and Tourism Research, in collaboration with The Centre HR of The Capital Region of Denmark, developed Regional Healthcare Satellite Accounting (RHSA) for the Danish healthcare sector and labour market of healthcare professionals. RHSA is an economic extension for Regional Economic Model, SAM-K/LINE® that is developed, owned and operated by the Centre […]...

Nino Javakhishvili-Larsen, Laura Virtanen, Jens Clausen
Region Hovedstaden
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2019 Labour market & education, Tourism Finished

Regional economic effect of coastal and maritime tourism in Denmark

Authors: Anne-Mette Nielsen, Jie Zhang and Nino Javakhishvili-Larsen Coastal and maritime tourism in Denmark accounts for 37% of the total tourism revenue. This document seeks to investigate the importance of coastal and maritime tourism in Denmark, while meeting the requirements from the EU Commission. The analysis of coastal and maritime tourism is challenging at a […]...

Jie Zhang, Nino Javakhishvili-Larsen
Centre for Regional & Tourism Research
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Latest 3 releases
Laura Virtanen, Nino Javakhishvili-Larsen

SAM-K/LINE®_RHSA: Regional Economic Model for Healthcare and Labour Market

Healthcare economic extension of SAM-K/LINE®, version 2018. This technical documentation explains the RHSA extension of SAM-K/LINE® in detail – its data input, model structure, outputs and theoretical fundamentals.

Jie Zhang, Nino Javakhishvili-Larsen, Others

Regional economic effect of coastal and maritime tourism in Denmark

Authors: Anne-Mette Nielsen, Jie Zhang and Nino Javakhishvili-Larsen. Coastal and maritime tourism in Denmark accounts for 37% of total tourism revenue. This document seeks to investigate the importance of coastal and maritime tourism in Denmark, while meeting the requirements from the EU Commission. The analysis of coastal and maritime tourism is challenging at a national […]

Nino Javakhishvili-Larsen, Others

Abstract: It takes two to tango – Dichotomous principles in regional economic models

Authors: Nino Javakhishvili-Larsen and Bjarne Madsen. Macroeconomic models are filled with dichotomous principles. It takes at least two factors to grasp the complexity of the ongoing processes in economy. Different types of macroeconomic models are built on two main principles, such as, quantity and price model, or static and dynamic model, or economic and demographic […]