Kirill Borusyak

Research Expertise and Interest

international trade, applied econometrics

Research Description

Kirill Borusyak is the Edwin C. Voorhees Endowed Assistant Professor at UC Berkeley's Agricultural and Resource Economics department, with an affiliation at the Economics department.  His research covers topics in international trade and applied econometrics.

He is also an Associate Editor at the Journal of European Economic Association and affiliated with CEPR, CeMMAP, CReAM, IFS, UCL's Stone Centre for Inequality, and the CEP Trade Programme.


  • Ph.D. in Economics, Harvard University, 2018 (main supervisor Pol Antrás)
  • M.A. in Economics, New Economic School, 2012, Summa Cum Laude
  • Diploma in Economics and Mathematics, Financial University (Moscow), 2009, Highest Honors
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