Anna Malova

Email: a.malova.1@research.gla.ac.uk

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Research title

Climate Change Negotiations: Game-Theoretic Perspective

Research summary

My research interests centre around global warming and ways to prevent it. I am particularly interested in the theoretical side of the question and using game-theoretic approach, I try to model behaviour of countries involved in the climate change negotiations to find the nudge necessary to facilitate the necessary actions. I am also concerned with the climate change policy to define political constraints on the economic solutions of the problem.


My other research interests include behavioural and institutional economics.


Publications

Work in progress:

  • Global Warming and the Role of Exogenous Shocks in Enhancing International Cooperation: Are We There Yet?

Working papers:

  • Engineering Institutional Change (with S. Ghosal and S. W. Mukand)

Grants

  • 2018 – 2021 Adam Smith Business School Scholarship for Doctoral Studies
  • 2016 - 2018 MRes Economics Scholarship, College of Social Sciences Graduate School

Teaching

  • 2018: Economics 2A (Mathematics), intermediate Microeconomics course including Introductory Mathematical Economics component
  • 2018: Economics 1B (Macroeconomics), 1st year core-module, teaches the basic principles of microeconomics
  • 2017: Economics 1A (Microeconomics), 1st year core-module, teaches the basic principles of macroeconomics
  • 2016: Macroeconomics 2 (2nd year of studies), comprises macroeconomics of financial markets and problems of macroeconomic policy
  • 2015: Macroeconomics 2 (3rd year of studies), comprises theory of economic growth and business cycles
  • 2014, 2015: Differential and Difference Equations, elective course, 2nd year of studies

Additional information

  • 2018: Accomplished a degree of Master in Research with distinction (economics)
  • 2016: Top-5 students of the class 2016 (economics, Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia)
  • 2014: Award winner in bachelor students’ research papers competition in economics