Alexandr Moskalev specializes in financial economics. His doctorate research is focused on understanding the causal effects of ownership structure on a firm’s behavior in markets without perfect competition. He teaches Microeconomics and Industrial Organization courses at Oberlin.
Prior to joining Oberlin College, Alexandr worked as a Senior Data Scientist. He is currently working on designing an undergraduate Data Science course for students in Social Sciences who wish to learn industry-relevant data science skills. Alexandr enjoys learning about computing technologies in his spare time.
Intermediate Microeconomics — ECON 253
Data Science Tools for Social Scientists — ECON 312