Chercheurs invités

Welcome to Nenad Kos
21 to 28 november 2022

Nenad Kos is a professor of Economics at Bocconi University.
He does research in mechanism design, communication and epidemiological economics.
Faculty and Research, here.

Welcome to Federico Echenique
21 november to 02 december 2022

Federico Echenique is Professor of Economics at UC Berkeley. Professor Echenique's work is in theoretical and mathematical economics, with a focus on revealed preference theory (the interaction between theoretical models and the structure of datasets that may falsify them), two-sided matching theory, and computer science and economics. Echenique has published works in the  leading journals in economics, as well as in the most important conference venues specializing in research at the intersection of computer science and economics.

Bienvenue à Flavio Toxvaerd
Octobre 2022
Flavio Toxvaerd est économiste à la faculté d'économie de l'université de Cambridge et membre du Clare College.
Ses domaines de spécialisation comprennent le contrôle économique des maladies infectieuses (épidémiologie économique), l'organisation industrielle et la politique de concurrence.

Welcome to John Quah
June 2022

He is a Professor of Economics at Johns Hopkins University and also Professor of Economics at the National University of Singapore. He completed his doctoral studies at the University of California at Berkeley and his bachelor degree at the  National University of Singapore. Since 2016 he has been a Fellow of the Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory. Since 2020, he has been a Fellow of the Econometric Society. He currently serves as co-editors for Economic Theory and Journal of Mathematical Economics.
His work in economic theory focuses on revealed preference analysis and on the theory and applications of monotone comparative statics. He is also interested in, and has worked on, issues in demand aggregation, general equilibrium, and environmental economics.

Welcome to Mehmet S. Ismail
10 décembre 2021 to 10 Janvier 2022

Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Economics in the Department of Political Economy at King’s College London. Mehmet received his PhD from Maastricht University, and prior to that he studied at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Bielefeld University as part of European Union’s Erasmus Mundus programme.
His research interests include game theory and political economy.
In his research, he regularly explores topics such as cooperation, fairness, and efficiency.
He enjoys playing chess at King’s Chess Society, and he used to be a serious backgammon player.

Bienvenue à Jean-Robert Tyran
26 octobre to 6 novembre 2021

Professeur d'économie publique. Vice-Président de l'Université de Vienne.Travaille sur l'Illusion monétaire.