- philosophy, sociology and methodology of economics
- aesthetics and philosophy of history
- history of economic ideas
- ideas and institutions, performativity of economics
- poetics of philosophical texts
Employment and affiliations
Since Fall 2017 - Assistant Professor of History and Philosophy of Economics, Radboud University Nijmegen
2016-2017 - research fellow, University of Bochum;
2011 – 2019, Visiting Scholar and PhD Student, Humboldt University, Berlin;
2011 – 2017, Associate Professor of Economics, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow;
2014 – 2016, postdoc research fellow, Witten/Herdecke University, BMBF-funded project on Russian economic policy discourses;
2008 – 2011, Assistant Professor of Economics, HSE, Moscow with parallel appointments at the International College of Economics and Finance (double degrees HSE and London School of Economics), and Department of philosophy;
2006 – 2008 teaching assistant, Department of economics, HSE Moscow.
Other research affiliations
2008 PhD in philosophy, Moscow State University;
2006 MA in economics, State University - Higher School of Economics (Moscow);
2005 Diploma in philosophy, Moscow State University;
2004 BSc in economics, State University - Higher School of Economics (Moscow)
Journals: Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics; European Journal for the History of Economic Thought; History of Economic Ideas; History of Political Economy; International Theory; Journal of Economic Methodology; Journal of Institutional Economics; Journal of the New Economic Association; Laboratorium; Modern Intellectual History; Oeconomia; Philosophy of the Social Sciences; Review of Social Economy; Revista de Historia Económica - Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History; Science in Context; STASIS; Utopian Studies.
Institutions: European Institutes for Advanced Study (EURIAS) Fellowship Programme; Research Foundation - Flanders (Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek – Vlaandere); The Max Weber Center for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies (Max Weber Kolleg), University of Erfurt.
Languages: Russian (native), English (fluent), German (fluent), French (speaking with some difficulty/reading easily); Dutch (embryonic).