International Trade, Macroeconomics


Dr. Olga Timoshenko has been appointed at the rank of an Associate Professor of Economics in the College of Liberal Arts. Dr. Timoshenko received her Ph.D. degree in Economics from Yale University. Her research lies in the area of international trade and examines the role of information in firms’ decisions.

Curriculum Vitae

Selected Publications

  • “The Double EMG Distribution and Trade Elasticities” (with Erick Sager), accepted, Canadian Journal of Economics
  • “Learning, Prices, and Firm Dynamics” (with Paulo Bastos and Daniel A. Dias), Canadian Journal of Economics, November 2018, Volume 51, Issue 4, Pages 1257-1311
  • "Firm Learning and Growth" (with Costas Arkolakis and Theodore Papageorgiou), Review of Economic Dynamics, January 2018, Volume 27, Pages 146-168
  • “Entry Assumptions and Welfare Gains from Trade” (with Hang T. Nguyen), Economics Letters, 2017, Volume 159, Pages 104-107
  • "Product Switching in a Model of Learning," Journal of International Economics, March 2015, Volume 95, Issue 2, Pages 233-249
  • "Learning versus Sunk Costs Explanations of Export Persistence," European Economic Review, October 2015, Volume 79, Pages 113-128 

Courses Taught

  • International Trade - Graduate and Undergraduate
  • Senior Thesis - Undergraduate