My ORCID webpage is here.

- "Revealed Preferences Tests Under Risk And Uncertainty," (with Matt Polisson and John Quah), June 2019, conditionally accepted, American Economic Review.

- "Bilateral Trading in Networks,'' (with D. Condorelli and A. Galeotti), 2017, Review of Economic Studies, 84, pp. 82-105.

-"Repeated Nash Implementation,'' (with C. Mezzetti), 2017, Theoretical Economics, 12, pp.249-285.

- "Afriat's Theorem and Samuelson's `Eternal Darkness','' (with M. Polisson), 2016, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 65, pp. 36-40.

- "Logical Abilities and Behavior in Strategic-form Games'' (with R. C. Bayer), 2016, Journal of Economic Psychology, 56, pp. 39-59.

- "Logical Omniscience at the Laboratory,'' (with R. C. Bayer), 2016, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 64, pp. 41-49.

- "Approximate Implementation in Markovian Environments,'' (with T. Tomala), 2015, Journal of Economic Theory,159, pp. 401-442.

- "Ordients: Optimization and Comparative Statics Without Utility Functions,'' (with K.H. Schlag), 2014, Journal of Economic Theory, 154, pp. 612-632.

- "Mechanism Design with Ambiguous Communication Devices," (with Subir Bose), 2014, Econometrica, 82, pp 1853-1872. An antique version is available here.

- "Secure Message Transmission on Directed Networks," (with Tristan Tomala and Jerome Renault), 2014, to appear in Games and Economic Behavior. An old version is available here.

- "Mixed Nash Implementation," (with C. Mezzetti), 2012, Journal of Economic Theory, 147, pp. 2357-2375.

- "Mechanism design and communication networks," (with T. Tomala), Theoretical Economics, 7, pp 489-533.

- "Group formation and governance," Journal of Public Economic Theory, 2011, 13, pp. 595-630.

- "Minimax regret implementation," (with K.H Schlag), Games and Economic Behavior, 2011, 71, pp. 527-533.

- "Minimax regret and strategic uncertainty," (with K. H. Schlag), Journal of Economic Theory, 2009, 145, pp. 264-286.

- "Bilateral Commitment," (with Sophie Bade and Guillaume Haeringer), Journal of Economic Theory, 2009, 144, pp. 1817-1831.

- "Secure communication: a mechanism design approach," (with T. Tomala), Proceedings of IEEE conference GameNets, 2009, pp. 295-298.

- "Measuring the depth of iteration in humans" (joint with R.C Bayer) in L. Oxley and D. Kulasiri (Eds.), Proceedings of MODSIM 2007 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, pp. 379-385.

- "Commitment games," Games and Economic Behavior, Vol. 66, No 1, May 2009.

- "Multi-lender coalitions in costly state verification models," Economic Theory, Vol. 36, No 3, September, 2008.

- "More strategies, more Nash equilibria," (with Sophie Bade and Guillaume Haeringer), Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 135, No 1, July 2007.

- "Debt contracts with ex-ante and ex-post asymmetric information: an example," (joint with Guillaume Carlier), Economic Theory, 28 (2), June, 2006.

- "A costly state verification model with diversity of opinions," (joint with Guillaume Carlier), Economic Theory, 2005, Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 497-504.

- "A Didactic Example of Linear (Multidimensional) Screening Contracts," International Journal of Business and Economics, 2003, vol.2, no.3, pp. 245-261.

- "Existence and monotonicity of optimal debt contracts in CSV models," (joint with Guillaume Carlier), Economics Bulletin, 2003, Vol. 7, No. 5, pp. 1-9. (Please, note an unfortunate mistake. On page 2, you have to read "integral of u(w)mu(w)dw > u(0)")

NB: As a rule of thumb, I only post links to "nearly submittable" papers. However, you can get an idea on some of the projects I am currently working on by having a look at the titles below. (I am mainly working on implementation issues at the moment. In particular, I am working towards a theory of behavior-proof mechanism design. Not much success so far, I must say!!)

Most of my working papers are available on my SSRN page.

- "On the concepts of Perfect Bayesian equilibrium," May 2019, coming soon.

- "Contracting over persistent information," (with Tristan Tomala and Wei Zhao), May 2019, coming soon.

- "Information design in multi-stage games,'' (with Miltos Makris), February 2019.

- "The value of commitment in repeated games with incomplete information," (with C. Mezzetti and T. Tomala), 2016--to date. So far, we have a lot of conjectures and counter-examples!!! Update May 2019: we have finally started writing a paper.

- "Resale mechanisms on networks,'' (with Daniele Condorelli and Andrea Galeotti), 2017. A draft is coming very soon.

- "Revealed Preferences Tests Under Risk And Uncertainty," (with Matt Polisson and John Quah), 2019. Check Matt's webpage for the most recent version of the paper.

- "Ambiguity Revealed," (with Ralph Bayer, Subir Bose and Matt Polisson), 2013. The paper is available here. We are currently rewriting the paper.

- "Mixed Nash Implementation and Finite Mechanisms," (with C. Mezzetti), 2012. The paper is available here.

- "Nash Implementation and Communication Networks," 2007. [I need to return to this paper at some stage. I should definitely do it.]

*Published or forthcoming papers:*- "Revealed Preferences Tests Under Risk And Uncertainty," (with Matt Polisson and John Quah), June 2019, conditionally accepted, American Economic Review.

- "Bilateral Trading in Networks,'' (with D. Condorelli and A. Galeotti), 2017, Review of Economic Studies, 84, pp. 82-105.

-"Repeated Nash Implementation,'' (with C. Mezzetti), 2017, Theoretical Economics, 12, pp.249-285.

- "Afriat's Theorem and Samuelson's `Eternal Darkness','' (with M. Polisson), 2016, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 65, pp. 36-40.

- "Logical Abilities and Behavior in Strategic-form Games'' (with R. C. Bayer), 2016, Journal of Economic Psychology, 56, pp. 39-59.

- "Logical Omniscience at the Laboratory,'' (with R. C. Bayer), 2016, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 64, pp. 41-49.

- "Approximate Implementation in Markovian Environments,'' (with T. Tomala), 2015, Journal of Economic Theory,159, pp. 401-442.

- "Ordients: Optimization and Comparative Statics Without Utility Functions,'' (with K.H. Schlag), 2014, Journal of Economic Theory, 154, pp. 612-632.

- "Mechanism Design with Ambiguous Communication Devices," (with Subir Bose), 2014, Econometrica, 82, pp 1853-1872. An antique version is available here.

- "Secure Message Transmission on Directed Networks," (with Tristan Tomala and Jerome Renault), 2014, to appear in Games and Economic Behavior. An old version is available here.

- "Mixed Nash Implementation," (with C. Mezzetti), 2012, Journal of Economic Theory, 147, pp. 2357-2375.

- "Mechanism design and communication networks," (with T. Tomala), Theoretical Economics, 7, pp 489-533.

- "Group formation and governance," Journal of Public Economic Theory, 2011, 13, pp. 595-630.

- "Minimax regret implementation," (with K.H Schlag), Games and Economic Behavior, 2011, 71, pp. 527-533.

- "Minimax regret and strategic uncertainty," (with K. H. Schlag), Journal of Economic Theory, 2009, 145, pp. 264-286.

- "Bilateral Commitment," (with Sophie Bade and Guillaume Haeringer), Journal of Economic Theory, 2009, 144, pp. 1817-1831.

- "Secure communication: a mechanism design approach," (with T. Tomala), Proceedings of IEEE conference GameNets, 2009, pp. 295-298.

- "Measuring the depth of iteration in humans" (joint with R.C Bayer) in L. Oxley and D. Kulasiri (Eds.), Proceedings of MODSIM 2007 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, pp. 379-385.

- "Commitment games," Games and Economic Behavior, Vol. 66, No 1, May 2009.

- "Multi-lender coalitions in costly state verification models," Economic Theory, Vol. 36, No 3, September, 2008.

- "More strategies, more Nash equilibria," (with Sophie Bade and Guillaume Haeringer), Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 135, No 1, July 2007.

- "Debt contracts with ex-ante and ex-post asymmetric information: an example," (joint with Guillaume Carlier), Economic Theory, 28 (2), June, 2006.

- "A costly state verification model with diversity of opinions," (joint with Guillaume Carlier), Economic Theory, 2005, Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 497-504.

- "A Didactic Example of Linear (Multidimensional) Screening Contracts," International Journal of Business and Economics, 2003, vol.2, no.3, pp. 245-261.

- "Existence and monotonicity of optimal debt contracts in CSV models," (joint with Guillaume Carlier), Economics Bulletin, 2003, Vol. 7, No. 5, pp. 1-9. (Please, note an unfortunate mistake. On page 2, you have to read "integral of u(w)mu(w)dw > u(0)")

*Current projects:*NB: As a rule of thumb, I only post links to "nearly submittable" papers. However, you can get an idea on some of the projects I am currently working on by having a look at the titles below. (I am mainly working on implementation issues at the moment. In particular, I am working towards a theory of behavior-proof mechanism design. Not much success so far, I must say!!)

Most of my working papers are available on my SSRN page.

- "On the concepts of Perfect Bayesian equilibrium," May 2019, coming soon.

- "Contracting over persistent information," (with Tristan Tomala and Wei Zhao), May 2019, coming soon.

- "Information design in multi-stage games,'' (with Miltos Makris), February 2019.

- "The value of commitment in repeated games with incomplete information," (with C. Mezzetti and T. Tomala), 2016--to date. So far, we have a lot of conjectures and counter-examples!!! Update May 2019: we have finally started writing a paper.

- "Resale mechanisms on networks,'' (with Daniele Condorelli and Andrea Galeotti), 2017. A draft is coming very soon.

- "Revealed Preferences Tests Under Risk And Uncertainty," (with Matt Polisson and John Quah), 2019. Check Matt's webpage for the most recent version of the paper.

- "Ambiguity Revealed," (with Ralph Bayer, Subir Bose and Matt Polisson), 2013. The paper is available here. We are currently rewriting the paper.

- "Mixed Nash Implementation and Finite Mechanisms," (with C. Mezzetti), 2012. The paper is available here.

- "Nash Implementation and Communication Networks," 2007. [I need to return to this paper at some stage. I should definitely do it.]