My research is focused primarily on the area of economic and social networks and covers their application across diverse areas (sanctions, risk diversification, agglomeration, industrial organization, international trade and preferential trading agreements, and auctions). My secondary area of research is on economic dynamics. My research has appeared in leading journals such as Economic Theory, Games and Economic Behavior, International Economic Review, International Journal of Game Theory, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of International Economics, Journal of Mathematical Economic, and Journal of Public Economic Theory.
With regard to teaching, I have been teaching the core graduate microeconomic sequence. At the undergraduate level I have taught intermediate microeconomics and game theory. Students have been very positive about my courses and their evaluations have been uniformly high.
I currently serve on the PhD committee, and on the Advisory committee to the Chair.