Dr Anastasia Burkovskaya

PhD UCLA
Lecturer

H04 - Merewether Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone Tel: +61 2 9351 3542

Website Personal website

Biographical details

Anastasia received Specialist degree in computer science from Moscow State University, MA in economics from New Economic School and PhD in economics from UCLA. Her main research interests concentrate in Decision Theory and Econometrics. She currently works on behavioral anomalies under ambiguity and identification of electoral fraud.

Research interests

  • Decision Theory
  • Econometrics

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Burkovskaya, A. (2013). Monetary Political Business Cycles: New Democracy Setting. Quantile, 2013 (11), 75-90.

Conferences

  • Burkovskaya, A. (2015). Identification of Subjective Partition of State Space under Bounded Rationality and Ambiguity. 2015 Latin American Workshop in Economic Theory, San Luis Potosi, Mexico: The Econometric Society.

2015

  • Burkovskaya, A. (2015). Identification of Subjective Partition of State Space under Bounded Rationality and Ambiguity. 2015 Latin American Workshop in Economic Theory, San Luis Potosi, Mexico: The Econometric Society.

2013

  • Burkovskaya, A. (2013). Monetary Political Business Cycles: New Democracy Setting. Quantile, 2013 (11), 75-90.

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