Andy Zapechelnyuk is a Professor of Economics at the University of St. Andrews. He got a PhD from Stony Brook University in 2005. Before landing at St Andrews in 2017, He spent some time as a researcher at Hebrew University of Jerusalem and University of Bonn, and he has taught at Kyiv School of Economics, Queen Mary University of London, and University of Glasgow.
His research interests lie in the field of microeconomic theory and applications, focusing on communication and information design, optimal contracts, and robust decision theory.
He is running an ESRC grant project on Theoretical Foundations and Design of Persuasion Mechanisms, together with Hisayuki Yoshimoto (University of Glasgow) and Anton Kolotilin (UNSW Australia).