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|Roberts, Brian||Economics; Government||Professor Roberts' fields of interest are American Political Institutions, Interest Groups, and Positive Political Economy, with a focus on politics and financial markets, corporate political …|
|Ryan, Stephen||Economics||Professor Ryan’s research background is in industrial organization, with a focus on the application of structural methods at the intersection of public policy, economic theory, and econometrics. …|
|Sibley, David||Economics||Vertical restrictions, including bundling and tying; vertical and horizontal mergers; public utility pricing and regulatory policy; equilibrium constraints on tests of single firm conduct under …|
|Slesnick, Daniel||Economics||Econometrics; empirical welfare analysis; the economic impact of global warming; the trend of inequality and poverty in the United States; the quality of economic data produced by government agencies|
|Stahl, Dale||Economics||Benefit-cost analysis methods, temporary equilibrium theory, information and arbitrage in futures markets, the stability of quantity and price adjustment processes, strategic merchant price setting, …|
|Stinchcombe, Maxwell||Economics||Game theory; econometrics; decision theory with ambiguity; genericity in infinite dimensional contexts|
|Thomas, Caroline||Economics||Caroline’s research is in microeconomic theory and game theory. Her main research project focuses on strategic experimentation when individuals are in competition with one-another. When …|
|Trejo, Stephen||Economics||Dr. Trejo's primary research focus is in the field of labor economics. He has examined the response of labor market participants to the incentives created by market opportunities, government …|
|Wiseman, Thomas||Economics||Learning in strategic settings; how players in repeated games can experiment to learn the payoffs to different actions; non-Bayesian observational learning; the use of historical data to test game …|