- Assistant Professor
- Bert W. Wasserman Department of Economics and Finance
Bohdan Kukharskyy is an Assistant Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics and Finance. His research fields are International Trade, Multinational Enterprises, Organizational Economics, and Applied Microeconomics. His main focus lies on the analysis of global value chains and the organization of firms across borders.
See research website for current working papers.
Contracting Institutions and Firm Integration Around the World (with Peter Eppinger), European Economic Review, 137, August 2021.
A Tale of Two Property Rights: Knowledge, Physical Assets, and Multinational Firm Boundaries, Journal of International Economics, 122, January 2020.
Offshoring under Uncertainty (with Wilhelm Kohler), European Economic Review, 118, 158-180, September 2019.
Time is On My Side: Relational Contracts and Aggregate Welfare (with Michael Pflueger), Oxford Economic Papers, 71 (3), 709-732, July 2019.
Formal and Informal Contracting in Global Sourcing. In Kohler, W., Yalcin, E. (Eds.): Developments in Global Sourcing. Cambridge, MIT Press. 2018.
Relational Contracts and Global Sourcing, Journal of International Economics, 101, 123-147, July 2016.
Junior Faculty Research Award in Science and Engineering, Sloan Foundation, 2021
Teaching Excellence Award, Baruch College, 2021
Eugene M. Lang Junior Faculty Research Fellowship Award, 2020
PSC-CUNY Research Grant, 2019, 2020
Joachim Herz Foundation Research Grant, 2017-2018
Hans-Raupach Best Paper Award (IOS Academy), 2016
Teaching Excellence Award (highest student-rated course), University of Hohenheim, 2015, 2016
Ph.D. Scholarship, Bavarian Graduate Program in Economics, 2009-2012