Andrew Kosenko

I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics, Accounting, and Finance at the School of Management at Marist College.

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



  • Fall 2019 - ECON 103L: Principles of Microeconomics at Marist.

  • Spring 2019 - ECON 1200: Game Theory at Pitt, and BMKT 2032: Applied Behavioral Economics at Pitt’s Katz Graduate School of Business.

  • Summer 2018 - ECON 2001: Intro to Math Methods ("math camp" for econ PhD students) at Pitt.