Andrew Kosenko

I am a visiting assistant professor at the Department of Economics at the University of Pittsburgh for the 2018-2019 academic year. I received my PhD in economics from Columbia in May of 2018, advised by Navin Kartik.

I am on the economic job market and will be available for interviews at the 2019 ASSA meetings in Atlanta, GA.

My research interests are in game theory and microeconomic theory, mainly in information economics (strategic communication and information design), as well as the implications of memory and rationality, broadly understood, on strategic behavior. Aside from that I am interested in repeated games, experimental economics, and the neuroscience of learning and memory.

Curriculum vitae

Research

Teaching

  • In the spring 2019 semester I will teach ECON 1200: Game Theory at Pitt, as well as BMKT 2032: Applied Behavioral Economics at Pitt’s Katz Graduate School of Business.

  • During the summer 2018 semester I taught ECON 2001: Intro to Math Methods ("math camp" for econ PhD students). Evaluation

Previously I have been a teaching assistant for a number of courses in many areas of economics and at various levels. The most recent teaching evaluations are below.

  • Spring 2016. "Perspectives on Economic Studies", first year required PhD course, instructor Joseph E. Stiglitz. Evaluation

  • Fall 2015. "Financial Crises", upper-level undergraduate course, instructor Jose Scheinkman. Evaluation

  • Spring 2015. "Historical Foundations of Modern Economics", upper-level undergraduate course, instructor Andre Burgstaller. Evaluation
  • Fall 2014. "Financial Crises", instructor Jose Scheinkman. Evaluation