Herding with Costly Information (R & R at JET), August 2017
If information is costly, when is social learning complete?
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On the Role of Responsiveness in Rational Herds, August 2017
What distinguishes “coarse” from “rich” action spaces in observational learning?
Predictability and Power in Legislative Bargaining, with B. Douglas Bernheim and Xiaochen Fan (R & R at ReStud), July 2017.
Do more transparent bargaining processes lead to greater inequality?
Image Versus Information, with Roland Benabou, June 2017.
What are the costs and benefits of using social stigma to promote cooperative behavior?
Renegotiation-Proof Multilateral Enforcement, with David Miller and David Yang, March 2017
When is multilateral enforcement vulnerable to renegotiation?
Enforcing Cooperation in Networked Societies, with David Miller (R & R at TE).
Which networks support the greatest cooperation?
Ostracism and Forgiveness, with David Miller, American Economic Review, August 2016.
Do individuals have an incentive to reveal when others deviate?
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Why People Vote: Ethical Motives and Social Incentives, with Charles Lin, AEJ: Microeconomics, May 2013
Suppose that some people are ethical and others wish to appear ethical. Who votes and when?
Herding with Collective Preferences, with Navin Kartik, Economic Theory, November 2012
How do payoff interdependencies influence the strategic rationality of herding?
Information Aggregation in Standing and Ad Hoc Committees, with Jacob Goeree, Navin Kartik, and Tom Palfrey, American Economic Review: P & P, May 2008
Waiting to Settle: Multilateral Bargaining with Subjective Biases, Journal of Economic Theory, September 2006
Do disagreements about bargaining power delay agreement?