E. Glen Weyl
Ph.D., Princeton University, 2008
Assistant Professor in Economics and the College (at Chicago since 2011). [On leave 2015-2016]
Theory and applications of Quadratic Voting; design of matching/auction markets to allow approximately optimal search; when and to what extent private property is optimal; characterization of the set of all tractable equilibrium forms; the use of raffles to efficiently allocate indivisible goods without transfers; the sufficiency of weak stability properties for fundamental comparative statics.
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