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Kirill Pogorelskiy



Curriculum Vitae

Contact details

Telephone: +44 (0)24 765 28248

Email: K dot Pogorelskiy at warwick dot ac dot uk

Room: S1.120

Assistant Professor

Kirill received his Ph.D. in Social Science from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in June 2015. His current work is at the intersection of economics and political science, with the general goal of developing a better understanding of group decisions in the presence of communication. He has also done research on voting power and tax progression.


Research Interests

  • Political economy
  • Game theory
  • Mechanism design
  • Experiments

Teaching


Select work in progress

  • Correlated Quantal Response Equilibrium, w/Thomas R. Palfrey
  • A Theory of Electoral Fraud and Voter Turnout, w/Kota Saito and Euncheol Shin

Working papers

  • News We Like to Share: How News Sharing on Social Networks Influences Voting Outcomes, w/Matthew Shum, 2017. Last updated: 4/11/2018. [pdf]
  • Skewness, Tax Progression, and Demand for Redistribution: Evidence from the UK, w/Stefan Traub, 2017. Last updated: 2/1/2018. [pdf]

Publications

Books
  • Tax Progression in OECD Countries: an Integrative Analysis of Tax Schedules and Income Distributions, with Christian Seidl and Stefan Traub, Springer-Verlag: Heidelberg, 2013. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-28317-8. Available on Amazon.
Refereed articles
  • Correlated Equilibria in Voter Turnout Games. [pdf]. Provisionally accepted, Games and Economic Behavior
  • Testing the Quantal Response Hypothesis, w/Emerson Melo and Matthew Shum. [pdf]. Forthcoming, International Economic Review
  • Communication Among Voters Benefits the Majority Party, w/Thomas R. Palfrey. [pdf]. Forthcoming, Economic Journal
Refereed articles in Russian
  • Cost efficiency and shareholder voting power in Russian banking, w/Fuad Aleskerov, Veronika Belousova, Irina Ivashkovskaya, Anastasia Stepanova, Upravlenie v kreditnoi organizatsii, 2010, 2(54): 49-64 and 3(55): 30-38

Resting papers
  • Power and Preferences: an Experimental Approach, w/Fuad Aleskerov and Alexis Belianin, 2010.
  • Implications of the Quota & Voice Reform of the IMF: the Aspect of Power, 2010.
  • Distribution of Power within the IMF: When does Preference Mean Voice?, w/Fuad Aleskerov and Valery Kalyagin, 2010.