Sergei Koulayev (Kulaev)
Economist, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Education: PhD in Economics, Columbia University, 2010; MA in Economics, New Economic School, 2003;
Fields: industrial organization; applied microeconomics. Research interests: household finance; empirical modeling of search; antitrust economics;
Contact: email@example.com. Google Scholar profile.
Ability-to-Repay and Qualified Mortgage Rule Assessment Report, official government report (lead economist), 2019
First-Time Homebuyer Counseling and the Mortgage Selection Experience in the United States Evidence from the National Survey of Mortgage Originations, with Robert Argento, Lariece Brown, Grace Li, Marina Myhre, Forrest Pafenberg, Saty Patrabansh, NMDB staff working paper, 18-02, 2018
No Shopping in the U.S. Mortgage Market: Direct and Strategic Effects of Providing Information, with Alexei Alexandrov; CFPB Working Paper No. 2017-01
Price to Compete ... With Many: How to Identify Price Competition in High Dimensional Space, with Jun Li and Serguei Netessine, Management Science, 2017
Optimizing Click-through in Online Rankings with Endogenous Search Refinement, with Babur de los Santos, Marketing Science 36.4 (2017): 542-564.
Explaining adoption and use of payment instruments by US consumers, Marc Rysman, Scott Schuh and Joanna Stavins. RAND Journal of Economics, Volume 47, Issue 2, 2016
Can Physicians Affect Patient Adherence with Medication?, with Emilia Simeonova and Niels Skipper, Health Economics, 2016. Earlier and more detailed version of the paper is NBER Working Paper 19496
Using the Economics of the Pass Through in Proving Antitrust Injury in Robinson-Patman cases, with Alexei Alexandrov, The Antitrust Bulletin December 2015 vol. 60 no. 4 345-357
Can Health IT Adoption Reduce Health Disparities?, with Emilia Simeonova, Health Systems 4, 55-63 (March 2015)
Search for differentiated products: identification and estimation, RAND Journal of Economics, Volume 45, Issue 3, 2014. Technical Appendix.
Search with Dirichlet priors: estimation and implications for consumer demand, Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, Volume 31, Issue 2, 2013.
Work in progress
Estimating Marginal Effects of Government Sponsored Entities, with Alexei Alexandrov and Thomas Conkling
Empirical industrial organization, graduate course at Johns Hopkins university (2019)
Information, Game Theory and Market Design, for Applied Economics Master's program, Univ of Maryland (2014,2015)
Market Organization and Public Policy, a graduate level class in Boston University. (2012)
Industrial Organization-Competition and Antitrust, an undergraduate course in Boston College (2012-2013)
Introduction to Econometrics, an undergraduate course in Boston College (2012-2013)
Married to Emilia Simeonova