Publication and Conference talks

  • Publication and Conference talks

    Adam Brandenburger 

    “Strategy Needs Creativity,” Harvard Business Review, March-April 2019; at https://hbr.org/2019/03/strategy-needs-creativity.

    “Choice-Theoretic Foundations of the Divisive Normalization Model,” with Kai Steverson and Paul Glimcher, November 2018; at adambrandenburger.com/articles/papers.

    “Where Do Great Strategies Really Come From?” Strategy Science, 2, 2017, 220-225, at https://doi.org/10.1287/stsc.2017.0039.

    “Team Decision Problems with Classical and Quantum Signals,” with Pierfrancesco La Mura, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 374, 2016, 20150096.

    The Language of Game Theory: Putting Epistemics into the Mathematics of Games, World Scientific Series in Economic Theory, ed. by Eric Maskin, World Scientific, 2014.

    “The Sheaf-Theoretic Structure of Non-Locality and Contextuality,” with Samson Abramsky, New Journal of Physics, 13, 2011, 113036.

    “Admissibility in Games,” with Amanda Friedenberg and H. Jerome Keisler, Econometrica, 76, 2008, 307-352.

    “Biform Games,” with Harborne Stuart, Management Science, 53, 2007, 537-549.

    Co-opetition, with Barry Nalebuff, Currency/Doubleday, 1996.

    “Value-Based Business Strategy,” with Harborne Stuart, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 5, 1996, 5-24.

    “Epistemic Conditions for Nash Equilibrium,” with Robert Aumann, Econometrica, 63, 1995, 1161-1180.

    “Hierarchies of Beliefs and Common Knowledge,” with Eddie Dekel, Journal of Economic Theory, 59, 1993, 189-198.

    SELECTED RECENT TALKS

    “Using Proof-of-Work to Coordinate,” keynote talk at Game Theory Conference, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, September 2018.

    “Strategy Needs Creativity,” distinguished scholar lecture at Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen, June 2018.

    “Epistemic Game Theory,” Tsinghua University, May 2018.

    “Where Do Great Strategies Really Come From?” Strategy Science workshop, Apple University, September 2017.

    “Epistemic Game Theory” and “Normalization Models: Normative Foundations,” NYU Shanghai Neuroeconomics Summer School, NYU Shanghai, July 2017.

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    Steven Lehrer

    Ding, W., Lehrer, S. What is the role for molecular genetic data in public policy?. IZA World of Labor 2017: 395 doi: 10.15185/izawol.395

    Box Office Buzz: Does Social Media Data Steal the Show from Model Uncertainty When Forecasting for Hollywood (with Tian Xie) forthcoming in the Review of Economics and Statistics.

    Does Quebec's Subsidized Child Care Policy Give Boys and Girls an Equal Start? (with Michael Kottelenberg) forthcoming in the Canadian Journal of Economics.

    Targeted or universal coverage? Assessing heterogeneity in the effects of universal childcare (with Michael Kottelenberg) Journal of Labor Economics Volume 35, Issue 3, July 2017, 609-653 (lead article). 

    Genome-wide association study identifies 74 loci associated with educational attainment (with  A. Okbay, J.P. Beauchamp, M.A. Fontana, J.J. Lee, T.H. Pers, C.A. Rietveld, P. Turley,..., P.M. Visscher, T. Esko, P.D. Koellinger, D. Cesarini, D.J. Benjamin) Nature, 533, 539–542, (26 May 2016)

    Bargaining and Reputation: Experimental Evidence on Bargaining in the Presence of Irrational Types (with Matthew Embrey and Guillaume Frechette) Review of Economic Studies Volume 82, Issue 2, April 2015, 608-631.

    Cohort of birth modifies the association between FTO genotype and BMI (with N. Rosenquist, J. O’Malley, A. Zavalsky, J. Smoller and N. Christakis) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Volume 112, Number 2, January 13, 2015, 354-359.

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    Ye (Wendy) Jin

    "Income inequality, consumption, and social-status seeking" (with Hongbin Li and Binzhen Wu), Journal of Comparative Economics, vol 39: pp 191-204.

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    Weiwei Weng

    "Endogenous Preferential Treatment in Centralized Admissions" (with Y. Stephen Chiu), The RAND Journal of Economics: 40(2), 258-282, 2009.  

    “The Impact of Social Identity on Trust in China: Experimental Evidence from Cross-Group Comparisons” (with Fanzheng Yang), Applied Economics46(16), 1855-1860, 2014. 

    “Public Trust and Corruption Perception: Disaster Relief” (with Woo, C. K., Cheng, Y. S., Ho, S. T., & Horowitz, I), Applied Economics47(46), 4967-4981, 2015.        

     “A Win-Win Mechanism for Electricity Procurement by a Local Distribution Company” (with Woo, C. K., Horowitz, I., Kwok, G., Wan, S. K.). The Electricity Journal26(1), 27-35, 2013.

    "Be proactive or inactive: The effects of systematic job riskiness on effort investment." ( with Fanzheng Yang, Yujiao Shi) Managerial and Decision Economics, 41, 599-607, 2020; at https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/mde.3123.

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    Christina Jenq

    "Beauty, weight, and skin color in charitable giving" (Jessica Pan, and Walter Theseira), Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 119 (2015): 234-253.