Research Interests

I work on a broad class of problems coming from general equilibrium theory, game theory and the applications of these theories. In particular, I pursue my interest in understanding economic interactions by solving existing problems, developing new models to integrate intuitions from diverse literatures, and proposing new questions based on real-world observations. [Statement]

Working Papers

Small Group Cooperation in Games and Economies, Job Market Paper

Small Income Effects in Economies with a Large Number of Commodities and Patient Consumers

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  • We prove that, at any equilibrium of an economy with additively separable utility functions, when the number of commodities is sufficiently large and all agents are sufficiently patient, all entries in the income derivative of the demand are arbitrarily small. By dropping the assumption that prices are uniformly bounded from below by a positive number, we extend the intuition in Vives (1987) on small income effects from partial equilibrium models to general equilibrium models. In addition, we propose a definition of sufficiently patient for non-separable utility functions.

Walrasian Tatonnement Stability near Autarchy without Differentiability and Interiority

Second Order Secret Love