I am an Adjunct Professor at the Department of Decision Sciences, Bocconi University, Milan. I have a PhD degree in Math and Computer Science from Moscow State University and a PhD degree in Economics from the New York University Stern School of Business. My PhD thesis in Economics consists of essays in Decision Theory and I had Efe Ok, Adam Brandenburger, and Thomas Sargent in my committee.
My core research belongs to the field of Decision Theory in Economics, in which I am particularly interested in decision-making under uncertainty. I am also interested in Game Theory, Mechanism Design (especially in the dynamic setting), and Experimental Economics.
This academic year, I am teaching undergraduate courses in Applied Mathematics and Experimental Economics. In the past, I have taught Intermediate Microeconomics for undergraduates, Game Theory, Contract Theory, and Decision Theory courses, as well as courses in Mathematics for Economists, Optimization, Statistics, and Continuous-Time Stochastic Processes.