Social and Behavioral Sciences
Expert in microeconomic theory, game theory, repeated games, and the evolutionary foundations of economic behavior. Work seeks to inject a more personal element into economic theory and to use this theory to examine economic behavior that is not well accommodated by market models. Published numerous articles, book reviews, and book chapters on economic research and behavior. Authored Evolutionary Games and the Equilibrium Selection (1997), and co-authored Repeated Games and Reputations: Long-Run Relationships (2006). Past co-editor of Econometrica and is currently co-editor, American Economic Review. Serves on the international advisory boards for the New Economic School in Moscow and the Scottish Institute for Research in Economics.