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                                      Dolgorsuren Dorj
                                 National Academy of Governance
                                   P.O. 36, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
                                     dolgorsurend@gmail.com
                                           
                                             
Education Ph.D. in Economics, University of Hawaii at Mānoa, 2010
                 M.A.  in Economics, University of Hawaii at Mānoa, 2003
                 B.A.  in Political Economy, Rostov State University, 1990

Dissertation Common Pool Resource with Free Mobility

Dissertation committee Sun-Ki Chai, James E. T. Moncur, Gerard Russo, Katerina V. Sherstyuk (Chair), Nori Tarui

Field of Specialization
Microeconomics, Experimental Economics, Game Theory, Development Economics

Research Interest Common Pool Resource, Public Good Provision, Social Dilemma, Mechanism Design

Publication

Common-Pool Resource with Free Mobility: Experimental Evidence, Economic Inquiry, Vol. 51, Issue 2, pages 1404-1420, April 2013.
The Tragedy of the Commons and Free Mobility Economics Bulletin, 31 (1), 9-16, 2011.
The Role of Culture in Public Goods and Other Experiments, PS: Political Science & Politics, Vol. 44, issue 04, 2011, pp. 740-744.
K.K.Seo. Managerial Economics: text, problems and short cases, Ulaanbaatar, translated from Russian, 2002
Study Guide in Microeconomics, Ulaanbaatar, 1999


Professional Experience

National Academy of Governance, Mongolia, 2011-present
Associate professor, Economics

University of Hawaii at Mānoa, USA, 2003-2011

Postdoctoral scholar, focus on Studies of Culture, Survey, and Experimental method, August 2010-June 2011
Research assistant, focus on Studies of Culture, Survey, and Experimental Economics, July 2007-August 2010
Teaching aid, Games and Economics Behavior, Price theory, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Environmental Economics, Fall 2006- Spring 2007
Instructor, Principles of Microeconomics, Summer 1 term, 2006
Teaching assistant, Principles of Microeconomics, Spring 2006
Teaching aid, Games and Economics Behavior, Fall 2005
Teaching assistant, Price Theory, Labor Economics, Macroeconomic Analysis, and International Trade, Spring 2005
Research assistant, focus Health Economics & Experimental Economics, The Hawaii Coverage for All Project, February 2004-February 2005
Research assistant, focus on Non-Point Source Pollution, Fall 2003


Academy of Management, Mongolia, 1990-2001

Lecturer
, Intermediate Microeconomics, Managerial Economics, Macroeconomic Policy, Principles of Microeconomics,
Principles of Macroeconomics, Economic Sociology.


Conferences & Workshops

Social Science and Social Computing: Steps to Integration, May 22-23, 2010, Honolulu
ESA North American Meetings, Arizona, November 12-14, 2009, Tucson
Theoretical Frontiers in Modeling Identity and Conflict, November 8-9, 2008, Honolulu
ESA North American Meetings, Arizona, November 13-15, 2008, Tucson
WEAI conference, June 29-July 3, 2008, Honolulu
Administration of Land Affairs, Geodesy and Cartography, May 5, 2008, Ulaanbaatar
ESA North American Meetings, Arizona, October 18-21, 2007, Tucson
Global Supplementary Grantee 2nd Conference, March 2007, NY
10th Annual meeting of International Society for New Institutional Economics, September 21-24, 2006 Boulder
Ronald Coase Institute 8th Workshop in Institutional Economics, September 16-21, 2006, Boulder
EWC International Graduate Student Conference, February 2006, Honolulu
Global Supplementary Grantee 1st Conference, March 2006, NY
EWC International Graduate Student Conference, February 2004, Honolulu
Visiting Graduate Student 10th Workshop in Experimental Economics, GMU, ICES, August 2004, Washington DC