Master Lecturer in Economics
Director of Master's Program in Economics
Ph.D.(Mathematics), University of California at Berkeley
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Director of Master's Programs in Economics
Office Hours for Master's and Undergraduate Advisees: Wednesday
6-7:30pm and Thursday 2:30-4pm during Spring 2020.
Office Address: Rm.309 Department of Economics, Boston University
State Road, Boston
*For adminstrative questions, please first consult:
[Master's Students] Ms. Karen Rodi,
Rm.433 Department of Economics,
270 Bay State Road
Rm.445 Department of Economics, 270 Bay
@Spring 2020: Students
enrolled in EC403(A1) Game Theory (Undergraduate
or EC513(A1) Game Theory (Master's Elective) should
log onto the course
website at https://learn.bu.edu
announcements, obtain class material and verify
your personal grading records. The teaching assistant's
office hours and contact information can also be found there.
*Tutoring in some undergraduate courese is available at the Education
Resource Center. Go
to www.bu.edu/erc for more
Some doctoral students in economics also offer tutoring
services. Please contact
them directly for terms and availability.
Economics, Microeconomics, Game Theory, Decision Theory, Social Choice
- "Nash and Correlated Equilibrium of Measurable Games with
Infinitely Many Players", 2013. [pdf]
- "On a Simple, Static Model of Migration I:
General Theory," AT&T Bell Laboratories, 1995. [pdf]
- "On Metrically Conservative Societies," Social
Choice and Welfare, 1995.
- (with Sumon Majumdar) "How to take an exam if you must: Decision
under Deadline," revised Aug 2004 [pdf]
- (with Robert Rosenthal) "Waiting for the
Good Doctor: Information in Queues," Dec 2000.
- (with Balazs Szentes) "An Impossibility Theorem
on Self-Belief," May 2002. [pdf]