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The NES 25th Anniversary Conference
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Andrei Bremzen / Андрей Бремзен

Assistant Professor of Economics, Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs

Ph.D. in Economics, MIT


Research interests / Исследовательские интересы

Microeconomics, Game Theory, Contract Theory, Economic History, Political Economy, Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Economics of Cultural Goods, Health Economics

Teaching at NES / Преподавание в РЭШ

Auction theory and market design (graduate level), New Economic School, spring 2009.
Contract theory (undergraduate level), NES-MIPT-ANE (Moscow), spring 2009.
Contract theory (graduate level), NES, spring 2003, 2004, fall 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010.
Principles of economics (undergraduate level), NES-MIPT-ANE, fall 2006-2010.
Mathematics for economists (graduate level), NES, fall 2009, 2010.
Game theory (advanced undergraduate/graduate level), NES, spring 2005-2008.
Microeconomics: Principal-Agent theory (graduate level), NES, spring 2004, 2005.
Industrial organization (graduate level), NES, spring 2005.

Contacts / Контакты

Office #1.03, 100 Novaya Street
Skolkovo, Moscow, Russia, 143025
Phone: +7 (495) 956-95-08 ext.133


Research in progress

Auctions with Droit de Pr?emption.
Group merger as a way to achieve efficient coordination in weak-link games (with Irina Kirysheva and Anton Suvorov).
Too diverse a country: a game theoretic explanation for consistent failure of Russian XVIII century merchants to coordinate on export markets.

Working Papers

Implicit contracting close to anonymity (with Paul Dower), 2010. Sequential auctions with entry deterrence, 2007.

Electoral threshold, representation, and parties’ incentives to form a bloc (with Georgy Egorov and Dmitry Shakin), 2007.

Reservation value disclosure, unraveling and commitment, 2006.

Electoral mandate and voting behavior: evidence from Russian State Duma (with Georgy Egorov and Dmitry Shakin), 2005.

Bargain or post the price, 2004.


2006: NES Class 2006 Excellence in Teaching Award

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