Samuel Zell Professor of the Economics of Risk
Department of Economics, University of Michigan
611 Tappan Street, 337 Lorch Hall
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
e-mail: tborgers "at" umich.edu
(No) Foundations of Dominant-Strategy Mechanisms: A Comment on Chung and Ely (2007), November 2013.
An Optimal Voting System When Voting is Costly (with Katalin Bognar and Moritz Meyer-ter-Vehn), May 2014.
Common Prior Type Spaces in Which Payoff Types and Belief Types are Independent (with Taejun Oh), August 2012.
My book "An Introduction to the Theory of
Mechanism Design" (with a chapter by Daniel Krähmer and Roland Strausz)
is scheduled to be published by Oxford University Press in May 2015.
Notes on the Theory of Strategic Games.
Notes on Blackwell's Comparison of Experiments.
Old and Unpublished Papers:
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.