I am an assistant professor (maitre de conférence) in economics at Université Panthéon-Assas, Paris II and a researcher fellow at LEMMA.
Since 2022, I am a junior member of the IUF.
My research focuses on dynamic game theory (repeated games, exploration/exploitation problems, reputation...).
Contact : Email: chantal dot marlats at u-paris2 dot fr
Repeated game theory, cooperation, reputation, learning, epidemiological epidemics
Observation delays and cycles (with Sidartha Gordon and Lucie Ménager) (2021), Games and Economic Behaviors, 130, pp276-298.
Strategic observation with exponential bandits (with Lucie Ménager) (2021), Journal of Economic Theory, 193, 105232.
Self-Isolation (with Dominique Baril-Tremblay and Lucie Ménager) (2021) Journal of Mathematical Economics, 93, 102483.
Reputation in stochastic games with two long lived players, (2021) Economic Theory, 71(1), 1-31.
Perturbed finitely repeated games, Mathematical Social Sciences, 2019, vol. 98, p. 39-46.
A folk theorem for stochastic games with finite horizon, Economic Theory, 2015, vol. 58, no. 3.
Reputation Effects in a Hold-Up Problem, Revue économique, 2011, 62(3), 557-565.
Work in progress
Self-isolation under uncertainty, with D.Baril-Tremblay and L. Ménager
Technological delay in R&D, with N. Klein and L.Ménager
History dependent preferences, with G. Haeringer and L. Placido
Epi-Economics and COVID-19 (Doctoral course) Course Material
Game Theory and market design (M2) (Théorie des jeux avancée) Course materials