Game-theoretic microeconomics, with emphases on bargaining & arbitration, strategic communication, matching markets, learning & coordination. Current research areas are behavioural & experimental game theory & behavioural economics more generally.
About this Fellow
Game theory and economic theory; in particular asset prices, bargaining, bounded rationality and complexity, evolutionary games, herd behaviour and social learning, implementation and mechanism design, market games, repeated games, voting
- Professor of Economics and Game Theory, University of Cambridge; Fellow, King's College, Cambridge
Eighteenth & nineteenth century economic history: industrialization; wellbeing; labour markets; women's work and family lives; child labour; anthropometrics
International trade & foreign direct investment; economic growth in an interdependent world economy; political economy with an emphasis on the formation of trade policies.
The political economics of economic policy; applications to inequality & growth, public debt, central-bank independence, constitutions, development, state capacity, violent conflict & reforms of economic & political institutions.