Working Papers

Bounded Rationality and Limited Datasets   Revised
Coauthored with Geoffroy de Clippel

Peer-reviewed at NAJ Economic

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We adapt the classic, revealed-preference approach to new forms of revealed information. We apply our methodology to an array of bounded rationality theories, showing its versatility. We identify theories and datasets that are testable in the same elegant way as Rationality, as well as theories and datasets for which testing is more challenging.


Consumer Theory with Misperceived Tastes    New

Coauthored with Geoffroy de Clippel 

Incorporating bounded rationality into consumer theory, we study a consumer who may have difficulty assessing her subjective tastes. 


Good Enough    New

Coauthored with Salvador Barberà, Geoffroy de Clippel and Alejandro Neme

We introduce and investigate a class of theories, Order-k Rationality, encompassing heuristics whereby a decision maker feels she is making a `good enough’ decision.


Testable Implications of Some Classic Assignment Methods    New

Coauthored with Geoffroy de Clippel 

We apply the ideas from de Clippel and Rozen (2018) for bounded rationality for a single decision maker, to test theories of interactive decision making with rational participants.


The Silent Treatment 

Coauthored with Geoffroy de Clippel and Kfir Eliaz

Can a principal with limited attention design an idea-selection mechanism that circumvents the problem that all her agents wants their ideas heard?


Fairness Through the Lens of Cooperative Game Theory: An Experimental Approach

Coauthored with Geoffroy de Clippel

This paper experimentally investigates cooperative game theory from a normative perspective. Axioms and solution concepts from cooperative game theory provide valuable insights into the data.


A `Dual' Improved Shortcut to the Long Run

This paper provides a duality-based improvement upon Ellison’s radius-coradius for evolutionary games.



Coming Soon


Bargaining over Contingent Contracts under Asymmetric Information 

Coauthored with Geoffroy de Clippel and Jack Fanning


Communication, Perception and Strategic Obfuscation

Coauthored with Geoffroy de Clippel 

NSF support gratefully acknowledged

Bad Repetition

Coauthored with Geoffroy de Clippel