Roman Bobilev is a Ph.D. candidate at the Stockholm School of Economics and a research assistant at the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE). He has a M.A in Economics from the Stockholm School of Economics. His research interests are primarily in political economics, economics of inequality and applied microeconometrics.
Sebastien Bradley holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Michigan. He joined Drexel University as an Assistant Professor in 2011.
His research examines the nature and scope of tax-induced distortions to consumer and firm behavior in environments distinguished by the degree of market salience of particular tax policy features. His work ranges from local tax policy issues such as the consequences of limited attention on the part of consumers for property tax capitalization and delinquency, real estate transaction timing, and air travel demand patterns to international tax issues including consideration of tax-motivated profit reallocation by multinational corporations.
Olga Kuzmina holds a Ph.D in Business (Finance and Economics) from Columbia University, Graduate School of Business. She joined the New Economic School as Assistant Professor in 2011, and holds the position of Promsvyazbank Assistant Professor of Finance since 2012.
Zurab Abramishvili is a Doctoral Student and a Junior Researcher at Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education – Economics Institute (CERGE-EI). He holds BA/MA degrees in Mathematics and a MA in Economics from the Tbilisi State University (TSU).
He is a Visiting Lecturer at the Masaryk University in Brno and the Charles University in Prague. He teaches courses in microeconomics and mathematical methods in economics.
Evelina Bonnier is a Ph.D. candidate at the Stockholm School of Economics and a research assistant at the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE). She has a M.Sc. in Economics from Stockholm University. Her research interests lie primarily in development economics, applied microeconometrics, behavioral economics, and gender.