Natalia is a leading researcher at CEFIR NES, Moscow, and an Assistant Professor at Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration. She holds her PhD in Economics from the University of Toulouse 1 and MA In Economics from the New Economic School.
Natalia’s research interests include microeconomic theory, industrial organization, competition policy and banking.
(Last updated November 2021)
Roman Neyter is a KSE graduate (2017). Currently, he is doing a Ph.D. in agricultural economics at the joint program of Kyiv School of Economics and Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in transition economies (IAMO).
His main research interests are land policy and the industrial organization in agriculture.
B.S. in Applied Math and Physics (Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology),
M.A. in Economics (New Economic School),
Ph.D. in Economics (in progress) (Northwestern University).
Her research interests are industrial organization and energy markets.
Marta is an Assistant Professor at the New Economic School and a research affiliate at CEPR. She holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Oxford where she also worked as an ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow and JRF at Jesus College. She has previously worked in the Competition Division of the OECD, the Chief Economist Office of the Office of Fair Trading (now Competition Commission) and the Inter-American Development Bank.
Erika Gyllström is an MSc student at the Stockholm School of Economics and a Research Assistant at the Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics since 2014.
Catarina Marvão is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Accounting and Finance at the Dublin Institute of Technology. She holds a Ph.D. from Trinity College Dublin (2013) and a Double M.Sc. in Economics from the Université Catholique de Louvain and Católica Lisbon (2009).
Her research focuses on industrial organization and international trade and she is particularly interested in antitrust issues, such as detection and prosecution of cartels.
(Last updated November 2016)
Evgeny Yakovlev is an Associate Professor at the New Economic School, Moscow and a Visiting Professor at the Institute of Government Affairs at LSE. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from University of California, Berkeley.
(Last updated October 2019)
Giancarlo Spagnolo is a Senior Researcher at the Stockholm School of Economics since 2006. He is also a research fellow of CEPR, London; and a non-resident fellow of EIEF, Rome. He is also a Professor of Economics at University of Rome II (on leave). He holds a Ph.D. from the Stockholm School of Economics, and was Assistant Professor at the University of Mannheim, Senior Economist at the Research Division of the Sveriges Riksbank, and founder and head of the Research Unit of the Italian Public Procurement Agency (Consip SpA).
He is an internationally recognized authority on Antitrust, Public Procurement and Anticorruption issues, and has been consulting on these topics for national and international institutions, including the World Bank, the European Parliament, the European Commission (DG Comp, DG EcFin and DG Markt) and several Antitrust and Procurement Authorities.
(Last updated September 2020)
Elena Paltseva is an Associate Professor at Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE), Stockholm School of Economics (SSE). Prior to joining SITE, Paltseva has worked as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen (UCPH). Her research interests include Political Economics, Industrial Organization, Energy and Resource Economics, and Gender Economics.
(Last updated November 2023)