Natalia received her PhD in Economics from The Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education – Economics Institute (Prague, Czech Republic) in 2012. In her PhD thesis she explored specific bounds on consumer rationality and profit-maximizing strategies of firms in response to these bounds. During her PhD studies she spent a semester at New York University. She has been employed as a Junior Researcher at CERGE-EI (2008-2011), a Visiting Lecturer at Ural Federal University (2008-current), and an Assistant Professor at University of Vienna (2011-current). Her current research focuses on experimental asset markets. She has been awarded Graduate Teaching Fellowship from CERGE-EI multiple times for teaching such economic courses as Microeconomics, Applied Econometrics, Behavioral Economics and Experimental Economics at different levels.