I’m a Professor and the Canada Research Chair (Tier II) in Risk Management and Regulation in the Department of Economics and Finance, at the University of Guelph. Starting January 2018, I also hold a Research Leadership Chair at the University of Guelph.
My research focuses on asymmetric information in settings where economic agents interact strategically. I am particularly interested in auction theory, contest theory, and contract theory.
Please browse my website for further information about my research. A selection of my publications are listed below.
“A Unifying Approach to Incentive Compatibility in Moral Hazard Problems”, Theoretical Economics, 12: 25-51, January 2017. [paper]
“Ranking Asymmetric Auctions: Filling the Gap between a Distributional Shift and Stretch”, Games and Economic Behavior, 85: 60-69, May 2014. [paper]