Oriol Tejada





Welcome to my page. I am an Assistant Professor (Oberassistent) at the Chair of Macroeconomics: Innovation and Policy at ETH in Zürich (Switzerland). My main research interests are on Game Theory, Political Economy, and Public Economics.  These are some of my colleagues. 


If you want to see my complete CV click here, whereas click here if you want to visit my ETH website. You can contact me at toriol at ethz.ch.






Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications



2018 Divide the Dollar and Conquer More: Sequential Bargaining and Risk Aversion (with Philip Grech)

Forthcoming in International Journal of Game Theory See abstract


2017 From Hierarchies to Levels: New Solutions for Games with Hierarchical Structures (with Mikel Álvarez-Mozos, René van den Brink and Gerard van der Laan)

International Journal of Game Theory (find the extra material here)See abstract


2016 Vertical Syndication-Proof Competitive Prices in Multilateral markets (with Mikel Álvarez-Mozos)

Review of Economic Design, See abstract


2015 The Banzhaf Value in the Presence of Externalities  (with Mikel Álvarez-Mozos)

Social Choice and WelfareSee abstract


2014 A Unifying Model for Matrix-Based Pairing Situations  (with Peter Borm and Edwin Lohmann)

Mathematical Social SciencesSee abstract


2013 Complements and Substitutes in Generalized Multisided Economies

Operations Research Letters  (find the extra material here)See abstract


2013 Analysis of the core of multi-sided Böhm-Bawerk assignment markets

TOP, See abstract


2012 Share functions for cooperative games with levels structure of cooperation (with Mikel Álvarez-Mozos, René van den Brink and Gerard van der Laan)

European Journal of Operational Research, See abstract


Mathematical Methods of Operations ResearchSee abstract
  

2011 Parallel characterizations of a generalized Shapley value and a generalized Banzhaf value for cooperative games with levels structure of cooperation  (with Mikel Álvarez-Mozos)

Decision Support Systems, See abstract


2011 A differential redistributive analysis of bilinear tax reforms (with Samuel Calonge)

FinanzArchiv: Public Finance Analysis, See abstract

 

2010 A note on competitive prices in multilateral assignment markets

Economics BulletinSee abstract


2010 Symmetrically multilateral-bargained allocations in multi-sided assignment markets  (with Carles Rafels)

International Journal of Game Theory, See abstract




Other Publications



2017 Election Security and Economics: It’s all about Eve (with David Basin, Hans Gersbach, Akaki Mamageishvili and Lara Schmid)

International Joint Conference on Electronic Voting (evoteID)See abstract




Submitted Papers



A Reform Dilemma in Polarized Democracies (with Hans Gersbach) 

State: Second Revision Requested at Journal of Public EconomicsSee abstract


Coalition-Preclusion Contracts and Moderate Policies  (with Hans Gersbach and Maik Schneider)

State: First Revision Requested at Games and Economic BehaviorSee abstract


Games with Graph-Restricted Communication and Levels Structure of Cooperation (with Mikel Álvarez-Mozos)

State: First Revision Requested at Mathematical Social SciencesSee abstract


Semi-Flexible Majority Rules for Public Good Provision (with Hans Gersbach)

State: First Revision Requested at International Journal of Game Theory See abstract


The Effects of Higher Re-election Hurdles and Costs of Policy Change on Political Polarization   (with Hans Gersbach and Philippe Muller) 

State: SubmittedSee abstract


How to Channel the Say in Politics II: Unique and Robust Political Competition  (with Hans Gersbach and Stefan Imhof)

State: SubmittedSee abstract


How to Channel the Say in Politics I: First Proposal to Minorities  (with Hans Gersbach and Stefan Imhof)

State: SubmittedSee abstract 


Sophisticated Attacks on Decoy Ballots: A Devil's Menu and the Market for Lemons (with Hans Gersbach and Akaki Mamageishvili)

State: SubmittedSee abstract 


Assessment Voting in Large Electorates (with Hans Gersbach and Akaki Mamageishvili)

State: SubmittedSee abstract 




(Some) Current Work


Electoral Competition with Costly Policy Changes: A Dynamic Perspective (with Hans Gersbach, Matthew Jackson, and Philippe Muller)

How Does Democracy Cope with Extreme Views? (with Hans Gersbach and Maik Schneider)

Co-Voting in Democracies (with Hans Gersbach and Akaki Mamageishvili)

Globalization and the Concentration of Talent (with Ulrich Schetter)

Referenda and Costly Voting (with Javier Rivas)

Endogenous Misparticipation in Binary Elections (with Philip Grech) 

Participation Rate Polls in Elections (with Akaki Mamageishvili)
The Optimal Extent of Checks and Balances
Optimal Term Length (with Hans Gersbach and Matthew Jackson)




Conferences and talks


2017: Universitat de Barcelona, Conference on Economic Design, SING, Annual Congress of the EEA

2016: Universitat de Barcelona, Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare, World Congress of the Game Theory Society, University of Bath

2014: Universitat de Barcelona, Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare, University of Southern Denmark

2013: Corvinus Workshop, SING

2012: World Congress of the Game Theory Society

2011: Meeting of the Royal Economic Society, ETH Zurich, Max Plank Institute, SING

2010: SING

2009: Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona JOCS, SING, EURO conference, Waseda Game Theory Workshop

2008: Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare, World Congress of the Game Theory Society, REES 




Referee Work


Games and Economic Behavior, Economics Bulletin, Annals of Operations Research, International Game Theory Review, European Journal of Operations Research, Optimization, Public Choice, Optimization Methods and Software, Optimization




My coauthors


Mikel Álvarez-Mozos (Universitat de Barcelona)

René van den Brink (VU University Amsterdam)

Samuel Calonge (Universitat de Barcelona)

Hans Gersbach (ETH - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)
Stefan Imhof
Gerard van der Laan (VU University Amsterdam)

Marina Núñez (Universitat de Barcelona)

Carles Rafels (Universitat de Barcelona)

Maik Schneider (University of Bath)

Peter Borm (Tilburg University)

Edwin Lohmann

Philippe Muller (ETH - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)

Philip Grech (ETH - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)

Akaki Mamageishvili (ETH - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)

Javier Rivas (University of Bath)

Ulrich Schetter (University of St Gallen)




Teaching


2018 Strategic and Cooperative Thinking - Spring Semester (Master Degree - ETH)

2017 Strategic and Cooperative Thinking - Spring Semester (Master Degree - ETH)

2016 Design of Institutions and Political Economy - Spring Semester (PhD Course - ETH)

2015 Economics of Innovation and Growth - Fall Semester (Master Degree - ETH)

2013 Strategic and Cooperative Thinking - Spring Semester (Master Degree - ETH)

2012 Strategic and Cooperative Thinking - Spring Semester (Master Degree - ETH)

2007-2010 Mathematics for Business (Undergraduate Course - UB)




Other interests


Member of GISME

Football (soccer), Tennis, Politics, Writing





FYI: In 2015 I published my first book (about Spanish politics, in Spanish), entitled "El pensamiento (in)dependiente: Veinticinco reflexiones sobre el proceso soberanista catalán". You can buy it if you click here or if you visit the book webpage here

NOTA:  El 2015 publiqué mi primer libro, titulado "El pensamiento (in)dependiente: Veinticinco reflexiones sobre el proceso soberanista catalán". Puedes comprarlo si haces click aquí o visitando la página web aquí

NOTA:  El 2015 vaig publicar el meu primer llibre, titulat "El pensamiento (in)dependiente: Veinticinco reflexiones sobre el proceso soberanista catalán". Pots comprarlo si fas click aquí o si visites la pàgina web aquí




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