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My research is within microeconomic theory, with an emphasis on complexity-based models of bounded rationality (including learning, information processing, and communication), on the economics of organizations, and on mathematical economics.
My main teaching has been in managerial economics, economics of uncertainty and information, theory of organizations, game theory, microeconomic theory, finance, and mathematical economics. I teach at the undergraduate, MBA, and PhD levels.
Here is some teaching material that I can circulate:
- Economics of Uncertainty and Information. This is an advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate text on decision-making under uncertainty, on risk-sharing and finance (with an elementary version of state pricing), and contracting with asymmetric information.
- Firms, Prices, and Markets. (August 2012.) I have developed a set of lecture notes for managerial economics. It is innovative and has some great material (imho). It focuses on the core analytic material and lacks the color and applications that would be needed to call it textbook. (I recommend printing without any scaling, whether on A4 or US Letter paper.)
- "An introduction to monotone comparative statics". This topic is still considered esoteric in economics, yet should be in taught in the first month of a PhD program. These notes forego some generality in order to make the topic more accessible (yet covers 99% of the applications).