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Research Interests


Empirical micro, organizations, incentives, political economy.

Biography


Born in the Soviet Union. Studied in the USA, then in the UK. Worked as an analyst in private sector, then in a policy think tank advising Russian government. PhD from the London School of Economics (2005). Junior Research Fellowship at Corpus Christi, Cambridge (2004-2006).

Recent Publications


Published Papers

Shvets, J. Presidential control of the judiciary via the appointment of power: evidence from Russia, (2016) Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization
Shvets, J. Judicial institutions and firms' external finance: evidence from Russia, (2013) Journal of Law, Economics and Organization
Aidt, T. S. and Shvets, J. Distributive politics and electoral incentives: evidence from seven US state legislatures, (2012) American Economic Journal: Economic Policy.
Aidt, T. S. and Shvets, J. Distributive Politics and Electoral Incentives: Evidence from Seven US State Legislatures, (2011) CWPE1130

Recent Activities


How to Change Your Mind? - Publication Date: 2019-06-06
Dr. Julia Shvets took part in a Freakonomics podcast that posed the question "How to change your mind?". Dr. Shvets discussed her research on overconfidence (joint with David Huffman and Collin Raymond), which was funded by the Faculty of Economics's Keynes Fund.


Keynes Fund Sponsored Projects


Understanding differences in performance of managers with Huffman, D. (JHLX) Project Summary and Output

Teaching


Part IIB Paper 4 - Lent - Behavioural and Experimental Economics

PhD Students


Advisor

Su-Min Lee
PhD Title: Individual and Party Electoral Incentives in Distributive Politics
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Senior College Lecturer (Christ's College)

Research Group:
Empirical Microeconomics

CV: Curriculum Vitae

Personal Site:
http://www.juliashvets.com/

Contact Details
Email: js591@cam.ac.uk
Room: 72
College: Christ's College
College Tel: +44(0)1223 334908