Welcome to my website! 

I am an Assistant Professor at 
University of Nevada, Reno (Economics Department)
 I also:

  • do research at NRU Higher School of Economics (Moscow) my HSE page

Research interests

  • General equilibrium models with sovereign default
  • Monetary and fiscal policy
  • Consumption theory
  • Meta-analysis in macroeconomics
  • Bayesian econometrics

Upcoming Talks

  • Southern Economic Association (Fort Lauderdale, FL), November 23, 2019. "Default Costs and Fiscal Limits in a Small Open Economy"

Past Talks

  • ILMA workshop (Moscow, Russia) 21-22th June 2019."Default Costs and Fiscal Limits in a Small Open Economy"
  • Association for Public Economic Theory (Strasbourg, France) 8th-11th July 2019. "Default Costs and Fiscal Limits in a Small Open Economy"
  • Society for Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics (Dallas, TX), March 29, 2019. "How Does Consumption Respond to Expected Income Changes? Evidence from 144 Studies"
  • Southern Economic Association (Washington, DC), November 20, 2018. "How Does Consumption Respond to Expected Income Changes? Evidence from 144 Studies"
  • UC Davis, Economics Theory seminar, March 20, 2018. "Capital Flows, Default, and Renegotiation in a Small Open Economy'"
  • EEA-ESEM Congress (Lisbon, Portugal). August 23, 2017. "Do Consumers Really Follow a Rule of Thumb? Three Thousand Estimates from 130 Studies Say 'Probably Not'"
  • EEA-ESEM Congress (Lisbon, Portugal). August 24, 2017. "Capital Flows, Default, and Renegotiation in a Small Open Economy'"
  • INFINITI Conference (Valencia, Spain). June 13, 2017 "Capital Flows, Default, and Renegotiation in a Small Open Economy'"
  • ICMAIF Conference (Rethymno, Greece). May 25, 2017 "Capital Flows, Default, and Renegotiation in a Small Open Economy"
  • University of Bath, Department of Economics seminar (Bath, UK), December 8, 2016. "Capital Flows, Default, and Renegotiation in a Small Open Economy"
  • MAER-Net 2016 Colloquium (Conway Arkansas, USA), September 16, 2016. "Do Consumers Really Follow a Rule of Thumb? Three Thousand Estimates from 130 Studies Say ‘Probably Not’"
  • XXIV International Conference on Money, Banking and Finance (Rome, Italy), December 3-4, 2015. "Default Costs and the Fiscal Limit: Strategic vs. Excusable Default’"
  • 19th Conference on Theories and Methods in Macroeconomics (Berlin, Germany), March 26-27, 2015. "Sovereign Risk and the Fiscal Limit: Excusable vs. Strategic Default"
  • Czech National Bank, Economic Research Department seminar, January 29, 2015. "Default Costs and the Fiscal Limit: Strategic vs. Excusable Default"