My research is mostly on economic
dynamics and intertemporal choice, spanning microeconomic theory, game theory,
finance and industrial organisation. I am also interested in games of
infection/economic epidemiology. Here are some papers of mine:
- Time of the Essence (pdf), 2006; Journal of
Economic Theory, 129(1), 252-272
- A Theory of Optimal
Deadlines (pdf), 2007; Journal of Economic Dynamics
& Control, 31(2), 493-513
- Strategic Merger Waves: A Theory of Musical
Chairs (pdf), 2008; Journal of Economic Theory,
140(1), 1-26 (leading article)
- On Seller Estimates
and Buyer Returns (pdf), with A. Gershkov,
2013; Economic Theory Bulletin,
- The Economics
of Vaccination, with F. Chen (pdf), 2014, Journal of Theoretical Biology,
- Dynamic Limit Pricing
(pdf), 2017, RAND Journal of Economics, 48(1), 281-306. Additional Online
Appendix is available (pdf)
- The Optimal
Control of Infectious Diseases via Prevention and Treatment (pdf, †appendix), with R. Rowthorn, updated
Competition (pdf), submitted.
- On the Dynamics of
Beliefs and Risky Sexual Behavior (pdf), submitted.
Disinhibition and Externalities in Prevention (pdf), submitted.
- Rather Doomed than Uncertain: Risk
Attitutes and Sexual Behavior under Asymptomatic Infection, with K.
- Recursive Global
Games (pdf), with C.
- Record Breaking and
Temporal Clustering (pdf)
Diversification and Financial Intermediation (pdf)
- Minimum Quality Standards in Vertically
Differentiated Duopolies (pdf), 1998 (masterís
dissertation, London School of Economics)
- A Minimum Quality Standard in a Duopoly with
Endogenous Choice of Competition (pdf),
with S. Byskov, 1997 (undergraduate term
Work in progress includes:
- On the
Management of Population Immunity
Acquired Immunity and Externalities in Prevention
Infection and Externalities in Treatment
- On the
Endogenous Propagation of Rumours
- Limit Pricing with Recurrent Shocks
Policy papers to which I have contributed:
- Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS):
Analysis of Incentives and Rules in a European Repeated Game Situation (pdf), 2009. Electricity Policy
Research Group, University of Cambridge. Prepared for the Department of
Energy and Climate Change, United Kingdom.
- A series of policy reports with the Review
on Antimicrobial Resistance. The review was set up by HM Treasury, United
Kingdom and the Wellcome Trust.