- ‘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.
- ‘Control by Social Influence: Durables vs. Non-Durables’, 58th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, December 11-13, 2019. Nice, France.
- ‘Quick or cheap? Breaking points in dynamic markets’ with Panayotis Mertikopouls and Heinrich H. Nax, Proceedings of The 21st ACM conference on Economics and Computation (EC ’20), 2020. Virtual Event, Hungary.
- ‘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