About

My name is George Loginov and I'm a graduate student in the Department of Economics. In 2009 I graduated from ICEF, a division of the Higher School of Economics in Moscow, Russia.

Contact

loginov[at]wisc.edu
7222 Social Sciences
1180 Observatory Drive
Madison, Wisconsin 53706

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Research

My research is in game theory. I study evolutionary models in which agents’ current decisions affect their future strategies and payoffs. In addition, I do research on the stability of cooperative behavior in large societies of anonymous agents.

Cyclical Behavior of Evolutionary Dynamics in Coordination Games with Changing Payoffs | pdf
Building Trust in Cooperative Relationships
Ordinal Imitative Dynamics


Appointments

Adjunct Professor, Augustana University – Spring 2016, Spring 2017
Adjunct Professor, University of Sioux Falls – Fall 2015


Teaching

Syllabus for Intermediate Microeconomics – Spring 2017 | pdf
Teaching statement | pdf


TA at UW-Madison

Summary of Teaching Evaluations and Students' Comments | pdf

Econ 101 – Introductory Micro – A. Sorensen - Spring 2012
Econ 521 – Game theory – B. Sandholm - Fall 2011
Econ 301 – Intermediate Micro – M. Weretka – Spring 2011
Econ 703 – Mathematics for Economists – N. Roys – Fall 2010
Econ 102 – Introductory Macro – E. Kelly – Spring 2010
Econ 101 – Introductory Micro – K. Scholz – Fall 2009