Sergei completed his BSc in Mathematics in 2008 and MSc in Applied Mathematics and Informatics in 2014, both with honours, in South Ural State University.
From 2011 to 2014 he was working as a Teaching Assistant in South Ural State University (Analytical Geometry, Basic Algebraic Structures, Probability Theory, Mathematical Analysis, Mathematical Statistics).
Sergei is currently pursuing his PhD in Economics at the School of Social Sciences, The University of Manchester.
Sergei's main field of research interests is Evolutionary Behavioural Finance. He focuses on EBF models with short selling and endogenous asset supply.
Working papers (submitted for publication)
- Nash equilibrium strategies and survival portfolio rules in evolutionary models of asset markets, Swiss Finance Institute Research Paper No. 17-17, 2017 (with I.V. Evstigneev, T. Hens and L. Xu).
- Evolutionary finance models with short selling and endogenous asset supply, Swiss Finance Institute Research Paper No. 17-26, 2017 (with I.V. Evstigneev and T. Hens).
- An evolutionary finance model with a risk-free asset, Swiss Finance Institute Research Paper No. 17-31, 2017 (with I.V. Evstigneev and T. Hens).
- Correlated equilibrium in a nutshell, Theory and Decision, 2017, Volume 83, Issue 4, pp 457–468 (with R. Amir and I.V. Evstigneev).
Conferences and seminars
- An Evolutionary Finance Model with Short Selling and Endogenous Asset Supply (joint work with I. V. Evstigneev and T. Hens). Inaugural Conference of the Manchester Centre for Mathematical Research in Economics and Finance, 2017.
- Evolutionary Behavioural Finance. North West Doctoral Training Centre Economics PhD Conference, 2017.
- Igor V. Evstigneev, Professor of Mathematical Economics, Economics Department, School of Social Sciences
- Goran Peskir, Professor of Probability, School of Mathematics
School of Social Sciences
The University of Manchester
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