Dmitry Ryvkin is an Associate Professor of Economics. He joined the Department of Economics in 2006 after receiving his Ph.D. in Economics from the Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education in Prague, Czech Republic, and his Ph.D. in Physics from Michigan State University. His research interests are mainly in the areas of microeconomic theory, experimental economics, and economic psychology. His recent research projects include an experimental study of the role of fatigue in dynamic contests, theoretical work on the efficiency of tournament selection mechanisms, the impact of information on overconfidence, the role of players' heterogeneity in tournaments, aggregation of multi-period hedonic experiences, and corruption.
Ph.D. - Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education (Economics)
Ph.D. - Michigan State University (Physics)
Microeconomic theory, experimental economics, and economic psychology.