Courses a.y. 2023/2024
30559 GAME THEORY AND MECHANISM DESIGN
My research interests lie primarily in the field of Microeconomic Theory. In particular, I am interested in dynamic problems with evolving information. The main applications of my theoretical research lie in the economics of science, the economics of innovation, and industrial organization more broadly.
I am also interested in empirical work; so far, I have been working on the estimation of auction models, the analysis of merger policy, and the interaction of pricing strategies with online ratings.