My current research interests lie in two areas: (1) strategic network formation and (2) competitive nonlinear pricing games. In the area of strategic network formation, my current work focuses on the emergence of stochastic network dynamics from strategic behavior and stochastic elements in nature. In the area of competitive nonlinear pricing games, my current work focuses on the Nash existence problem in such games. 

Research Interests:

  • Microeconomics and Game Theory (incentives, contracting, and mechanism design)
  • Social and Economic Network Formation
  • Public Economics (Tax and Fiscal Competition, Optimal Income Taxation)
  • Financial Economics (Corporate Finance and Asset Pricing)