Manuel Mueller-Frank

Assistant Professor
Department of Economics
IESE Business School, University of Navarra

Email: mmuellerfrank(at)

Phone: +34 932 534 200

A copy of my CV can be found here.

Ph.D. in Economics, Northwestern University 2010.

Research Interests:

Microeconomic Theory, Economics of Information, Social Networks.

"A General Framework for Rational Learning in Social Networks", Theoretical Economics, January 2013, 8(1), 1-40.
"Does one Bayesian Make a Difference?", Journal of Economic Theory, November 2014, 423-452.
"Social Learning with Costly Search", American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, February 2016, 83-109, joint with Mallesh Pai.
"Inferring Beliefs from Actions", Games and Economic Behavior, March 2017, 455-461, joint with Itai Arieli.
"Local Openness: Characterization of a Robustness Concept for Generic Sets in Functions Spaces", August 2017, accepted at Journal of Mathematical Economics.
"Multi-Dimensional Social Learning"joint with Itai Arieli, April 2018accepted at Review of Economic Studies.

Working Papers:
"Social Learning Equilibria", joint with Elchanan Mossel, Allan Sly and Omer Tamuz, February 2018.
"Truthful Continuous Implementation", joint with Yi-Chun Chen and Mallesh Pai, January 2018, submitted.
"Eliciting Beliefs from Optimal Portfolios", joint with Itai Arieli, November 2017, submitted.
"A General Analysis of Sequential Social Learning", joint with Itai Arieli, October 2017, new version coming soon.
"Quasi-Bayesian Updating in Social Networks", joint with Claudia Neri, August 2017, revision requested by Theoretical Economics.
Work in progress:
"The Impact of Efficient Prices on Welfare and the Speed of Learning", joint with Omer Tamuz.
"Social Structure and the Wisdom of Crowds", joint with Itai Arieli.

Older working papers (some partly but not fully incorporated in later work):
"Robust Non-Bayesian Learning", September 2017.