Working Papers

  1. Beyond Unbounded Beliefs: How Preferences and Information Interplay in Social Learning (with Navin Kartik, Tianhao Liu, and Daniel Rappoport), [PDF] (2022)
  2. Single-Crossing Differences in Convex Environments (with Navin Kartik and Daniel Rappoport) [PDF] (2022)
  3. Stable Allocations in Discrete Economies (with Federico Echenique and Sumit Goel) [PDF] (2022)
  4. Preference Learning in School Choice Problems [PDF] (2023)
  5. Asset Reallocation Markets with Intermediaries Under Selling Pressure (with Swaminathan Balasubramaniam and Armando Gomes) [PDF] (Supplemental Appendix) (2023)
  6. On the Efficiency of Stable Matchings in Large Markets (with Leeat Yariv) [PDF] (Supplemental Appendix) (2018)


  1. The Optimal Allocation of Covid-19 Vaccines (with Ana Babus and Sanmay Das), Economics Letters, 2023 [PDF]
  2. Task Allocation and On-the-job Training (with Mariagiovanna Baccara and Leeat Yariv), Journal of Economic Theory, Jan 2023 [PDF] (Supplemental Appendix)
  3. Patent Auctions and Bidding Coalitions: Structuring the Sale of Club Goods (with John Asker and Mariagiovanna Baccara), RAND Journal of Economics, Aug 2021 [PDF]
  4. Stability and Median Rationalizability for Aggregate Matchings (with Federico Echenique, Matt Shum, and M. Bumin Yenmez) Games, April 2021 [PDF]
  5. Optimal Dynamic Matching (with Mariagiovanna Baccara and Leeat Yariv), Theoretical Economics, July 2020 [PDF]
  6. Incentive Compatibility of Large Centralized Matching Markets, Review of Economic Studies, January 2017 [PDF] (Supplemental Appendix)
  7. Plea Bargaining: On the Selection of Jury Trials, Economic Theory, September 2014 [PDF]
  8. Partial Identification in Two-sided Matching Models (with Federico Echenique and Matt Shum), Advances in Econometrics, 2013 [PDF]
  9. The Revealed Preference Theory of Stable and Extremal Stable Matchings (with Federico Echenique, Matt Shum, and M. Bumin Yenmez), Econometrica, 2013 [PDF] (Supplemental Materials)
  10. The Testable Implications of Zero-sum Games, Journal of Mathematical Economics, January 2012 [PDF]
  11. The Money Pump As a Measure of Revealed Preference Violations (with Federico Echenique and Matt Shum), Journal of Political Economy, December 2011 [PDF]