Viktor Grechyn

Viktor is a PhD candidate elaborating holistic approach to the evaluating of free public Wi-Fi infrastructure.

Viktor Grechyn graduated from Kiev-Mohyla Academy (Kiev, Ukraine) where he received his Master Degree in Economic Theory. In 2009-2015 worked as an independent expert, later as research fellow and senior research fellow in Institute for Economic Research (Kiev). In RMIT Viktor makes research on the holistic approach to the evaluating of free public Wi-Fi infrastructure, his research interests also cover Innovation theory, pricing, Economics of Internet, digital economy, economic history and game theory.

Research interests:

Innovative economics


Economics of Internet

Digital Economy

Social networks

Economic history

Game theory


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