Samuel Zell Professor of the Economics of Risk
Department of Economics, University of Michigan
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Ann Arbor, MI 48109
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Strategically Simple Mechanisms (with Jiangtao Li), November 2017.
Revealed Relative Utilitarianism (with Yan-Min Choo), August 2017.
Notes on the Theory of Strategic Games
Notes on Blackwell's Comparison of Experiments
Old and Unpublished Papers:
Common Prior Type Spaces in Which Payoff Types and Belief Types are Independent (with Taejun Oh), August 2012.
Complexity Constraints in Two-Armed Bandit Problems: An Example (with Antonio J. Morales), January 2004.
Putting Trembles Into the Extensive Form approximately 1992.
Consistent Pairs in Extensive Games approximately 1992.
Robustness of Bertrand's Equilibrium in a General Model of Product Differentiation October 1988.
Bertrand Competition Without Demand Rationing approximately 1985.