Gregory Chernov spent a two-months Internship at the Alfred-Weber-Institute for Economics at Heidelberg University, Germany
Gregory Chernov, PhD student and member of International Laboratory for Experimental and Behavioral Economics got the opportunity to discuss his academic projects with research fellows of The Chair of Economic Theory during his internship.
Gregory Chernov worked in the group of Professor Jörg Oechssler on a project to predict people's behaviour in repeated games. He also participated in a series of internal and special department’s seminars. Gregory is grateful to Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst for financial support and to Professors Jörg Oechssler and Peter Dürsch for fruitful scientific discussions.
Gregory also visited the Economics Department of the University of Bonn. In particular, he paid a visit to the Laboratory for Experimental Economics and discussed new ideas of his PhD project with Dr. Heike Hennig-Schmidt, former Head of BonnEconLab and Academic Adviser of the International Laboratory for Experimental and Behavioural Economics at HSE.