Maria joined the Business School as a Lecturer in Microeconomics in September 2015. She is at the last stage of her PhD studies at the University of Leicester. Before joining Huddersfield, she taught at the Univesity of Birmingham, and before that worked as a senior economist in Russian Regional Development Bank. Her doctoral studies were sponsored by the ESRC.
Maria's research interests lie in the areas of Game Theory, Behavioural Economics and Information Economics. In her PhD thesis, she developed axiomatic models of social preferences and investigated information exchange between firms via industrial espionage. She also programmed and ran an economic experiment which studied preference for fairness in social dilemmas.
Maria is a lecturer for the following modules:
Intermediate Microeconomics and Quantitative Economics (2nd year BSc Economics)
Microeconomics (MSc Economics)
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