Olga Kiuila's homepage



Assistant Professor
Faculty of Economic Sciences,
University of Warsaw
44/50 Dluga Str., 00-241 Warszawa, Poland
Ph: (+4822) 8314725, Fax: (+4822) 8312846
E-mail: kiuila@wne.uw.edu.pl
URL: http://www.wne.uw.edu.pl/~kiuila
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O l g a K i u i l a







BRIEFLY ABOUT ME:
Home Country - former USSR
Home City - Kiev (Ukraine)
Residence - Poland
Native language - Russian

JOURNAL CITATION REPORTS (2018):
Five-Year Impact Factor: 29.704 (Thomson Reuters)
Hirsch index: 4 (Web of Science)
Citations: 41 (Web of Science)


Enjoy watching my
interview (2016) by the Luxembourg National Research Fund and a sample of my research.


I completed my Doctorate (2000) and Habilitation (2014) degrees at University of Warsaw (Poland). My Ph.D. thesis "Costs of Adapting Poland's Economy to the Second Sulfur Protocol. A General Equilibrium Model" was prepared under the supervision of prof. Tomasz Zylicz. The main areas of my interest are Environemntal and Energy Economics, and Computable General Equilibrium Modeling. I had the honour and pleasure to work with prof. Thomas F. Rutherford as a Postdoctoral fellow at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich) for 2 years. I spent another 2 years in Houston (Texas, USA) where I worked with prof. Peter Mieszkowski at Rice University and 2 years in Luxembourg where I worked for the National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (STATEC).

I speak Russian, Polish, English, and Ukrainian (plus a little German and Moldavian). I also completed 6 years of violin and piano classes at a musical school. My dream is to jump with a parachute one day.

Nobel Laureates:

It was my great honour to participate in discussions with the following Nobel Prize Winners in Economics:

Prof. Robert M. Solow (long-run economic growth theory), prof. William F. Sharpe (capital asset pricing model), prof. Robert W. Fogel (economic and institutional change), prof. John F. Nash Jr. (non-cooperative game theory), prof. Reinhard Selten (non-cooperative game theory), prof. Sir James A. Mirrlees (incentives under asymmetric information), prof. Robert C. Merton (derivatives value determination methods), prof. Robert A. Mundell (monetary and fiscal policy), prof. Daniel L. McFadden (discrete choice theory and methods), prof. Sir Clive W. J. Granger (time series analysis methods), prof. Robert J. Aumann (cooperative game theory), prof. Eric S. Maskin (mechanism design theory), and prof. Jean Tirole (market power and regulation analysis).


Robert Solow (2004)


John F. Nash, Jr. (2004)


Jean Tirole (2017)


Robert J. Aumann (2017)


My Lectures:

Microeconomics_PL, Microeconomics, Game Theory 1, Game Theory 2, Industrial Organization 1, General Equilibrium Theory , General Equilibrium Modeling , Theory of the Firm


Miscellaneous:



Last update: 20 September, 2017

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