Pejvak KokabianPejvak is an economists and entrepreneur. He received his Master and doctorate degree from The Graduate Claremont University of California in economics. He also had received a PMP and post-master diploma in Advanced Management from the Schulich School of Business at the University of York, Master of Business Administration degree in technology management from Royal Roads University, Canada, and bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from Sharif University. He has been working for fourteen years as the project manager, systems analyst, and economic analyst for public and private sectors in US and Canada; consulted energy and EP (engineering, procurement) companies as well as banks (TD Bank, CIBC Bank) and government agencies to consult business and information technology challenges. Dr. Kokabian had been with center for continuing education at University of Arizona since 2020 as program manager. He is the author of Cocolonialism, the book about new multi-dimensional international take-over of countries and how near colonizer and far colonizer has taken over the mind, land, institutions and monetary systems of majority of countries. In the economics, his works are focused on complementary and parallel currency systems. His main paper is on "Black Currency of Middle Ages and Case for Complementary Currency" and his phd thesis is about countercyclicality of secondary currency in a small economy: Kokabian, Pezhwak. 2018. Testing the Counter-cyclical Effect of Second Currency on Economic Activity in Chiemgau. Ph.D. Thesis, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA, USA.
The title of his presentation is "Cocolonialism: How International Capitalism is Creating a proxy Colonizer - Near Colonizer and Far Colonizer".
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17th Annual AMI Monetary Reform Conference, 2021
Friday, 5th of November 2021
10:00 AM CDT