My name is Mikhail, I am an economic theorist. My research interests include economic growth theory, social choice theory, networks and economics of natural resources and environment.
Currently I am a Jean D'Alembert fellow at the University of Paris-Saclay (EPEE, University of Évry) and a CESifo Research Network Affiliate.
Primary: Economic growth theory; Social choice and voting theory
Secondary: Networks, Economics of natural resources and environment
Collective Choice with Heterogeneous Time Preferences, Journal of Economic Surveys, pp. 1–32, 2022.
Economic Growth and Property Rights on Natural Resources (with Kirill Borissov), Economic Theory, 65 (2), pp. 423–482, 2018.
On Discounting and Voting in a Simple Growth Model (with Kirill Borissov and Clemens Puppe), European Economic Review, 94, pp. 185–204, 2017.
General Equilibrium and Dynamic Inconsistency (with Kirill Borissov and Ronald Wendner), CESifo Working Paper No. 9846.
Kantian Optimization with Quasi-Hyperbolic Discounting (with Kirill Borissov and Ronald Wendner), CESifo Working Paper No. 9790.
Dissonance Minimization and Conversation in Social Networks (with Kirill Borissov and Mikhail Anufriev), CESifo Working Paper No. 9433. R&R in the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.
Work in Progress
Hypocrisy in a Simple Social Interaction Model (with Kirill Borissov and Mikhail Anufriev).
Heterogeneous Bequests and Social Inequalities (with Kirill Borissov, Stefano Bosi and Thai Ha-Huy).
Short-run Envy (with Kirill Borissov and Ronald Wendner).
The Ramsey Conjecture with Positional Preferences (with Ronald Wendner).
Endogenous Impatience and Voting on Public Goods (with Kirill Borissov).