Bakhrom Radjabov is an expert on social innovation, political economy, and international development, focusing on the Eurasian region. He is currently Head of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Uzbekistan. He is also an adjunct professor at Webster University in Tashkent, where he teaches international relations and education and innovation. Previously he worked for the programs run by UNDP in Uzbekistan and the German International Development Corporation (GIZ). He also served as the Project Manager of the UNDP/Ministry of Employment and Labor Relations Joint Project to adapt population skills to the post-pandemic economy in Fergana Valley. Dr.Radjabov holds a Ph.D. in social sciences from the University of Tsukuba. He is the author of the book “Social innovations in post-Soviet countries” published by Routledge in 2022.
Head of the Office, Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Uzbekistan