Sergei Balakin

Sergei Balakin

The Ohio State University
Department of Economics
balakin.1@osu.edu

I am a PhD student at the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. My primary research interests lie in game theory and informational economics with a focus on matching theory.

Curriculum Vitae

Working Papers

Application Costs as a Screening Instrument in Decentralized Matching

Decentralized Dynamic Matching with Signaling

Iterated Regret Minimization in Games with Nonoptimal Nash Equilibria

Congestion on the Bottom: Matching with Limited Capacity

Selected Publications in Math (in English)

(2013) Stochastic Model of Digit Transfer in Computing. Numerical Analysis and Applications, 6(1), 71-76 (with L. Savelyev)

(2011) A Combinatorial Approach to Calculation of Moments of Characteristics of Runs in Ternary Markov Sequences. Discrete Mathematics and Applications, 21(1), 47-67 (with L. Savelyev)

(2009) Special Operator Equations. Journal of Applied and Industrial Mathematics, 3(2), 1-16 (with M.M. Lavrentyev and L. Savelyev)

(2008) Matrix Operator Equations. Journal of Applied and Industrial Mathematics, 2(4), 1-23 (with M.M. Lavrentyev and L. Savelyev)

(2004) The joint distribution of the number of ones and the number of 1-runs in binary Markov sequences. Discrete Mathematics and Applications, 14(4), 353-372 (with L. Savelyev)

(2003) Covering runs in binary Markov sequences. Discrete Mathematics and Applications, 13(2), 111-139 (with L. Savelyev and B. Khromov)