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109028, MoscowPokrovsky Boulevard 11
 Room Т-614
Phone: (495) 628-83-68

Academic Supervisor Vladimir S. Avtonomov
Deputy Dean for Academic Work Elena Pokatovich
Deputy Dean for Research Daniel Karabekyan
Deputy Dean for International Affairs Ludmila S. Zasimova
Deputy Dean for Undergraduate Studies Elena Burmistrova
Digital Economy : Pocket Data Book

Abdrakhmanova G. I., Demyanova A., Dranev Y. et al.

M.: National Research University Higher School of Economics, 2019.

Greening Monetary Policy
In press

Kempf H.

Revue d'Economie Politique. 2019.

Book chapter
Influence of Countries in the Global Arms Transfers Network: 1950–2018

Shvydun S.

In bk.: Studies in Computational Intelligence. Vol. 882: Complex Networks and Their Applications VIII. Part 2. Springer, 2020. P. 736-748.

Working paper
Academic profession in knowledge society. Main results of the survey of faculty in 2017-2018

Panova A. A., Yudkevich M. M., Litvinova L. et al.

Научные доклады Института институциональных исследований. WP10. Высшая школа экономики, 2019

International Recruitment Seminar (Job talk) with Assistant Professor Oleg Baranov, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA

*recommended age
Event ended

We would like to announce our first job market (international recruitment) seminar this academic year, which will take place on November 25 (Monday next week). Oleg Baranov  (Assistant Professor from
University of Colorado at Boulder) will be presenting the following job market paper

November 25 (Monday), 13:40-15:00, Pokrovka campus, room T510


Job candidate: Oleg Baranov  (University of Colorado at Boulder)

Job market paper: Revealed Preference and Activity Rules in Dynamic Auctions

Abstract : Activity rules—constraints that limit bidding in future rounds based on past bids—are intended to limit strategic bidding delays in high-stakes auctions. This article provides a general treatment of activity rules. Traditional point-based rules are effective for homogeneous goods and reasonably suited for substitute goods. However, they are simultaneously too strong and too weak for general environments; they allow parking, while sometimes preventing straightforward bidding. We prove that the activity rule operationalizing the generalized axiom of revealed preference (GARP) is essentially the unique rule that enforces the Law of Demand while enabling straightforward bidding and never producing “dead ends"