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Decision Making, Auction Theory, Bayesian Statistics, Collective Choice
Uncertainty, Data and Judgment, Models for Strategic Planning, (MBA), Probability and Statistics, Bayesian Analysis (PhD), and modules on decision making (Executive Education)
Ilia M. Tsetlin is Professor of Decision Sciences at INSEAD. His teaching and research interests are in modeling decisions under uncertainty, with particular focus on decision making with multiple attributes, target-based and contest-based settings, and situations with background risk. Other research streams are related to negotiation, auction theory, and collective choice. His work has been published in a number of academic journals including Management Science, Operations Research, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, Journal of Economic Theory, Psychological Review, Games and Economic Behavior, and Social Choice and Welfare.
He teaches Uncertainty, Data and Judgment; Models for Strategic Planning, (MBA); Probability and Statistics, Bayesian Analysis (PhD), and modules on decision making (EDP). He holds a PhD in Business Administration from Duke University and a MSci in Applied Mathematics and Physics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.''