My research is concerned with learning in games and its application to the diffusion of innovations, the evolution of social norms and institutions, and the design of decentralized systems of communication and control. I’m also interested in applications of game theory to finance. I am a past-president of the Game Theory Society, a fellow of the British Academy, and a fellow of the Econometric Society.
Department of Economics, University of Oxford
Center on Social and Economic Dynamics at the Brookings Institution
“The Dynamics of Social Innovation,” forthcoming in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2011.
“Fast Convergence in Population Games” (with Itai Arieli), Oxford Economics Discussion Paper 570, September 2011.
“Fast Convergence in Evolutionary Equilibrium Selection” (with Gabriel E. Kreindler), Oxford Economics Discussion Paper 569, September 2011.
“A Markov Test for Alpha” (with Dean P. Foster and Robert Stine), Wharton Financial Institutions Center Working Paper 11-49, and Oxford Economics Discussion Paper 568, September 2011.
“A Strategy-Proof Test of Portfolio Returns” (with Dean P. Foster), Wharton Financial Institutions Center Working Paper 11-50, and Oxford Economics Discussion Paper 567, September 2011.
“Achieving Pareto Optimality Through Distributed Learning” (with Jason R. Marden and Lucy Y. Pao), Oxford Economics Discussion Paper No. 557, July 2011.
“Learning Efficient Nash Equilibria in Distributed Systems” (with Bary S. R. Pradelski), Oxford Economics Discussion Papers No. 480, June 2011.
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