Dr. Blavatskyy Pavlo
|Teaching department||Sustainable development management: economy, human resources and diversity|
Pavlo BLAVATSKYY is a professor of economics at Montpellier Business School (France). He previously worked as a professor of economics at School of Management and Governance of Murdoch University (Australia) and a professor of experimental economics at Institute of Public Finance of University of Innsbruck (Austria) as well as an assistant professor at Institute for Empirical Research in Economics of University of Zurich (Switzerland). He received Ph.D. in economics from CERGE-EI, Charles University of Prague (Czech Republic) and M.Phil. in economics from University of Cambridge (UK). His main research interests are decision making under risk/uncertainty, probabilistic choice and intertemporal choice.
Blavatskyy P. Forthcoming. Intertemporal choice as a tradeoff between cumulative payoff and average delay. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty.
Blavatskyy P., Panchenko V. & Ortmann A. Forthcoming. On the experimental robustness of the Allais paradox. Experimental Economics.
Blavatskyy P. Forthcoming. Lexicographic preferences in Pascal's Wager. European Journal of the History of Economic Thought.
Blavatskyy P. 2021. A simple non-parametric method for eliciting prospect theory's value function under risk and ambiguity (and measuring loss aversion). Theory and Decision, 91(3): 403-416.
de Almeida Prado F. P. & Blavatskyy P. 2021. Existence and uniqueness of price equilibrium in oligopoly model with power demand. Mathematical Social Sciences, 111: 1-10.
Blavatskyy P. Forthcoming. Obesity of politicians and corruption in Ukraine in 2000-2020. Economics of Transition and cultural Change. [DOI:10.1111/ecot.12272]
Blavatskyy P. 2021. A measure of ambiguity (Knightian Uncertainty). Theory and Decision, 91(2): 153-171.
Blavatskyy P., Ortmann A. & Panchenko V. Forthcoming. On the experimental robustness of the Allais paradox. American Economic Journal: Microeconomics.
Blavatskyy P. 2021. Obesity of politicians and corruption in post-Soviet countries. Economics of Transition, 29(2): 343-356.
Microeconomics, Decision Theory, Game Theory
Pavlo's latest working papers are available at https://ssrn.com/author=390000