I am a professor at the Department of Economics
Royal Holloway College, University of London
Egham, TW20 0EX
I am affiliated with the Max Planck Institut for Research on Collective Goods
D-53113 Bonn, Germany
Recent Working Papers
Stories and Obvious Strategyproofness with Yannai Gonczarowski.
Shift Exchange Problems
Matching with Single Peaked Preferences
Random Serial Dictatorship:
The One and Only
Online Appendix Random Serial Dictatorship:
The One and Only This online appendix contains
the revised version of my characterization of all Pareto optimal, strategy proof and non-bossy matching mechanisms.
Pareto optimal, strategy proof,
and non-bossy matching mechanisms
This is now superseeded by the online appendix above.
Multilateral Matching Under Dichotomous Preferences
Pareto-Optimal Matching Allocation Mechanisms for Boundedly
Rational Agents Social Choice and Welfare , 2016, 501-510.
Fairness and group-strategyproofness clashs in assignement problems
Journal of Economic Theory, 2016, 257-262
Randomization devices and the elicitation of ambiguity-averse preferences
Journal of Economic Theory, 2015, 221-235.
Divergent Platforms Theory and Decision 2016, 561-580.
Serial dictatorship: the unique optimal allocation rule when
information is endogenous Theoretical Economics, 2015, 385-410.
Pareto-Optimal Assignments by Hierarchical Exchange
Social Choice and Welfare, 2014, 42(2), 279-287.
Ambiguity Aversion in Models of Political Economy
in Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 2013, 169(1), 90-106.
Electoral Competition with Uncertainty Averse Parties
in Games and Economic Behavior, 2011, 72(1), 12-29.
Ambiguous Act Equilibria in Games and Economic Behavior, 2011, , 71(2), 246-260.
Guillaume Haeringer and Ludovic Renou in Journal of Economic Theory,
2009, 144, 1817–1831.
More Strategies More Nash Equilibria with
Guillaume Haeringer and Ludovic Renou in Journal of Economic Theory, 2009, 135, 551–557.
Nash Equilibrium in
Games with Incomplete Preferenes in Economic Theory, 2005, 26, 309-332.
Old Working Papers
Political Advocacy with Collective Decision
Making with Andrew Rice
Ambiguity Aversion and Stochastic Independence