Assitant Professor of Economics
Looking for a job starting from July 2017 in Pittsburgh area,
Cirriculum Vitae, Research Statement, Teaching Statement, Teaching Record.
- Applied Microeconomics: Industrial Organization, Healthcare.
- Econometrics: Structural Estimation.
- Computational methods: Dynamic Stochastic Games, Homotopy.
Is Dynamic Competition Socially Beneficial?
The Case of Price as Investment”
D. Besanko, U. Doraszelski, Y. Kryukov, 2016
“Consumer Plan Choice in the Florida Medicaid Market“,
Y. Kryukov, E. VanSant, work in progress
tests for predation in a dynamic pricing model:
Ordover & Willig (1981) and Cabral & Riordan (1997) meet Ericson & Pakes (1995)”
D. Besanko, U. Doraszelski, Y. Kryukov, 2013
“The economics of predation: What drives pricing when there is learning-by-doing?
D. Besanko, U. Doraszelski, Y. Kryukov,
American Economic Review, Vol. 104 No. 3 (March 2014)
Online appendix, CODE
Presentation slides (earlier version of the paper)
“A Dynamic Quality Ladder Model with Entry and Exit:
Exploring the Equilibrium Correspondence Using the Homotopy Method
R. Borkovsky, U. Doraszelski, Y. Kryukov,
Quantitative Marketing and Economics, 2012, vol.10 Issue 2, pp.197-229
Organizational Forgetting, and Industry Dynamics”,
D. Besanko, U. Doraszelski, Y. Kryukov, M. Satterthwaite
Econometrica, Vol. 78, No. 2, 2010, pp. 453-508.
Online Appendix, Code
“A Users Guide to
Homotopy Methods for Solving Dynamic Stochastic Games”,
R. Borkovsky, U. Doraszelski, Y. Kryukov
Operations Research, Vol.58, No.4, 2010, pp.1116-1132.
“Dynamic R&D and the
Effectiveness of Policy Intervention in the Pharmaceutical
Y. Kryukov, 2010
“An Optimal Control Model of Technology Transition
D. Hanson, Y. Kryukov, S. Leyffer, and T. Munson
Intl. J. of Global Energy Issues, 2010 Vol. 33 No. 3/4
73-363 Econometrics (undergraduate, formerly 73-261)
73-365 Industrial Organization/ Firms & Markets (undergraduate, formerly Industrial Organization)
47-805 Computational Methods (Ph.D.)
47-811 Econometrics I (Ph.D.)
-- an encyclopedia of math and computation by makers of Mathematica
Matlab help files
Numerical methods descriptions and animations, by John H. Mathews of CSU-Fullerton
Newton-Cotes demos from the same site