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Networks, Crowds and Markets

Marcin  Dziubinksi

Marcin Dziubinksi
Assistant Professor, University of Warsaw

Research Interests
Research interests span from theory of multiagent systems (modal logics of agency) and computational complexity theory to game theory, social choice and theoretical economics (spatial games, allocation games, networks

Visiting between:
(7th September 2020 - 13th September 2020)

Host: Sanjeev Goyal

Transmission Mechanisms and Economic Policy

Florin Bilbiie

Florin Bilbiie
Professor of Economics at University of Lausanne

Research Interests
Florin’s research focuses on business cycles and the role, effects and optimal design of monetary and fiscal policies, in environments with: heterogeneous households (limited participation and incomplete markets); firm entry/product creation and market power; and/or complementarities

Visiting between:
(1st January 2022 - 31st July 2022)

Host: Meredith Crowley and Giancarlo Corsetti


Information, Uncertainty and Incentives

Clara Ponsati

Clara Ponsati
University of St Andrews

Research Interests
Game Theory and Public Economics, with interest in negotiations, bargaining, and voting

Visiting between:
(1st January 2019 - 14th June 2019)

Host: Hamid Sabourian

Empirical Analysis of Financial Markets

Matteo Barigozzi

Matteo Barigozzi
Associate Professor Department of Statistics LSE

Research Interests
High-Dimensional Time Series Analysis and Specifically on Large Dynamic Factor Models with Extensions to the Non-Stationary Setting

Visiting between:
(3rd February 2020 - 13th February 2020)

Host: Alexey Onatskiy