Applied microeconometrics with an emphasis on structural modelling of individual behaviour; intra-household decision making; demand analysis; accounting for heterogeneity; survey design
About this Fellow
Game theory & its applications to the economics of information, signalling, reputations & experimentation.
- Professor of Economics, University College London
Nonparametric and semiparametric methods, asymptotic approximations and expansions, financial econometrics, nonlinear time series analysis, survival analysis and missing data
Applied economic theory: international trade (especially market structure, industrial location, and trade policy); industrial organisation (especially research and development) and consumer theory (especially index numbers)
Dynamic models in decision and game theory, with applications to normative economics, mechanism design, statistical models with many agents, social choice, ethics, unmodelled events, and experimental economics