- ‘Learning efficient Nash equilibria in distributed systems’ with H. Peyton Young, Games and Economic Behavior, 75, 882-897 (2012)
- ‘Evolutionary dynamics and equitable core selection in assignment games’ with Heinrich H. Nax, International Journal of Game Theory, 44, 4, 903-932 (2015)
- ‘Core stability and core selection in a decentralized labor matching market’ with Heinrich H. Nax, Games, 7, 10 (2016)
- ‘Market sentiments and convergence dynamics in decentralized assignment economies’ with Heinrich H. Nax, International Journal of Game Theory, forthcoming
Refereed conference articles
- ‘Decentralized dynamics to optimal and stable states in the assignment game’ with Heinrich H. Nax and H. Peyton Young, 52nd IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, December 10-13, 2013. Florence, Italy, 2391-2397.
- ‘Decentralized dynamics and fast convergence in the assignment game’, Proceedings of the 16th ACM Conference on Economics and Computation (EC ’15), 2015. Portland, Oregon.
- ‘Quick or cheap? Breaking points in dynamic markets’ with Panayotis Mertikopouls and Heinrich H. Nax
- ‘Identity and Underrepresentation’ with Jean-Paul Carvalho
- ‘The importance of memory for price discovery in decentralized markets’ with Jacob D. Leshno
- ‘Micro influence and macro dynamics of opinion formation’ with Bernhard Clemm von Hohenberg and Michael Mäs (our related opinion piece in The Conversation)
- ‘The dynamics of social influence’, University of Oxford Department of Economics Discussion Paper 742
- ‘Price discovery in online markets: Convergence, asymmetries and information’ with Heinrich H. Nax and Diego Nunez-Duran