Katerina V. Sherstyuk
Associate Professor of Economics
Department of Economics
University of Hawaii at Manoa
2424 Maile Way, Room 542B
Honolulu, Hawaii, 96822
Office Location: Saunders 517
Phone: (808) 956-7851
Fax: (808) 956-43477
Ph.D. California Institute of Technology, 1995, USA
M.S. California Institute of Technology, 1993, USA
B.S. Novosibirsk State University, 1989, Russia
I am a faculty member at the
Department of Economics,
University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Before that, I taught at the
Department of Economics,
University of Melbourne.
I got my PhD in Social Sciences
California Institute of Technology.
My research interests include experimental economics, game theory and
Multi-Unit Auctions, with Anthony Kwasnica.
Journal of Economic Surveys, forthcoming.
Working paper 13-1
Payment Schemes in Infinite-Horizon Experimental Games, with Nori
Tarui and Tatsuyoshi Saijo. 2013. Experimental Economics, Volume 16,
Issue 1, pp 125-153.
Working paper 11-18
Demand Shocks, Capacity Coordination and Industry Performance: Lessons
from the Economic Laboratory,
with Kyle Hampton. 2012.
RAND Journal of Economics, 43(1): 139 - 166.
Working paper 10-23
Revised draft July 2011:
Complexity and bidder behavior in iterative auctions, 2011,
Economics Bulletin, Vol. 31 No. 4 pp. 2769-2776.
Multiple votes, ballot truncation and the two-party system: an experiment
, with Arnaud Dellis and Sean D'Evelyn, 2011, Social Choice and Welfare, Volume 37, Number 2, Pages 171-200.
Draft September 2008:
A comparison of first price multi-object auctions, 2009.
Experimental Economics, vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 42-64.
Draft June 2007:
Market performance and collusion in sequential and
simultaneous multi-object auctions:
evidence from an ascending auctions experiment, 2008,
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 26: 557-572.
Draft August 2006:
Collusion and equilibrium selection in auctions, with
Anthony Kwasnica, 2007,
The Economic Journal,
117 (January), 120-145.
Draft October 2005: PDF
RES Media Briefing
Labor Market Effects of Employer-Provided
with Yoav Wachsman and Gerard Russo, 2007,
Economic Inquiry, 45(3): 538-556.
Draft March 2006:
Rat races and glass ceilings, with Peter Bardsley, 2006,
Topics in Theoretical Economics, Vol. 6 : Iss. 1, Article
Some results on anti-competitive behavior in multi-unit
ascending price auctions, forthcoming in C. Plott and V. Smith
(eds.), The Handbook of Experimental Economics Results,
Amsterdam: Elsevier Press. PDF
On competitive equilibria with common complementarities,
2003, Mathematical Social Sciences, 46(1): 55-62.
Altruism and voluntary provision of public goods, with
L. Ma, M. Dowling and O. Hill, 2002,
Collusion in private value ascending price auctions,
2002, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 48(2):
Performance standards and incentive pay in agency
contracts, 2000, Scandinavian Journal of Economics 102(4):
Spatial competition with three firms: An experimental
study, with Richard Collins, 2000, Economic Inquiry 38(1):
Multisided matching games with complementarities, 1999,
International Journal of Game Theory 28(4): 489-509.
Multiproject team assignments, 1999, Review of
Economic Design 4(3): 231-254.
Team selection with asymmetric agents, 1999,
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 38(4): 421-452.
Collusion without conspiracy: An experimental study of
one-sided auctions, 1999, Experimental Economics 2(1):
Efficiency in partnership structures, 1998,
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 36(3): 329-344.
How to gerrymander: A formal analysis, 1998,
Public Choice 95: 27-49.
Working papers and work in progress
Facebook-to-Facebook: Online Communication and Economic Cooperation,
with John Lynham and Anna Lou Abatayo.
Spectrum License Allocation with Investment Commitments, with Pavel
Teslya, Alexander Rymanov and Nina Karmanskaya.
Other-regarding behavior under collective action, with
Nori Tarui, Melinda Podor, Jay Viloria and Tatsuyoshi Saijo.
Games with Dynamic Externalities and Climate Change,
with Majah Ravago, Tatsuyoshi Saijo and Nori Tarui.
Draft May 2009:
Group Identity, Ethnic Conflict and Social Preferences: Evidence from Field Experiments in the Philippines, with Debbie Gundaya, Catherine Eckel, Rick Wilson and Sun-Ki Chai.
Cultural Values and Behavior in Dictator, Ultimatum
Bargaining and Trust Games, with Sun-Ki Chai and Dolgorsuren Dorj.
June 2011 University of Hawaii Department of Economics
Working paper 11-6
Playing Both Roles: Role Reversal Effects and Culture in
Simple Games, with Sun-Ki Chai, and Dolgorsuren Dorj.
Health insurance and the labor market with wage
rigidities: Insights from experiments, with Gerard Russo and
Dolgorsuren Dorj, work in progress.
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