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The NES 25th Anniversary Conference
CENTER for the Study of Diversity and Social Interactions

Mikhail Drugov / Михаил Другов

Associate Professor 

Ph.D. in economics, University of Toulouse, 2006


Homepage / Домашняя страница

Research interests / Исследовательские интересы

Contract Theory, Industrial Organization, Organizational Economics, Corruption, Experiments, Microfinance

Courses taught at NES / Преподавание в РЭШ

Information Economics, Industrial Organization

Contacts / Контакты

Office #2.38, 100 Novaya Street
Skolkovo, Moscow, Russia, 143025
Phone: +7 (495) 956-95-08 ext.125



“Intermediaries in Corruption: An Experiment”, with John Hamman (Florida State University) and Danila Serra (Southern Methodist University), Experimental Economics, vol 17(1), March 2014, pp. 78-99.

“Financing Experimentation”, with Rocco Macchiavello (University of Warwick), American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, vol. 6(1), February 2014, pp. 315-49.

“Information and Delay in an Agency Model”, Rand Journal of Economics, vol. 41(3), Autumn 2010, pp. 598–615.

“Competition in Bureaucracy and Corruption”, Journal of Development Economics, vol. 92(2), July 2010, pp. 107-114.
- Featured in Financial Times blog “The Undercover Economist”


Working Papers:

“Intra-Firm Bargaining and Learning in a Market Equilibrium”, submitted

“Vague Lies: How to Advise Consumers When They Complain”, with Marta Troya Martinez (University of Oxford) (CEPR Discusion Paper No. 9021), submitted

“Optimal Patronage”

“Cheap Talk with Two Audiences: An Experiment”, with Roberto Hern?n Gonz?lez (Universidad de Granada), Praveen Kujal (Middlesex University Business School) and Marta Troya Martinez (University of Oxford)

“Biased Contests for Symmetric Players”, with Dmitry Ryvkin (Florida State University)

“Contracts with Informational Externalities”

“Learning and Microlending”, with Rocco Macchiavello (University of Warwick) (CEPR Discusion Paper No. 7011)

"Ex Ante Information in Adverse Selection"

“Protecting from Employees’ Hold Up: Overemployment, Over/Underproduction and Organizational Design”


Work in Progress:

“Price Discrimination and Collusion”, with Dennis G?rtner (University of Bonn)

“Financing a Relationship”, with Rocco Macchiavello (University of Warwick)

“Corruption and Talent”

“Corruption with Intermediaries”

“Moral Decay”

“Who Eats Prestige? Social Approval in the Labor Market”, with Jeremy Tobacman (Wharton Business School)

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