Peter Eso


Reader in Economics, Department of Economics
Fellow and Tutor in Economics, Jesus College
University of Oxford

email: petereso@gmail.com

My short CV and an essay on my research interests.
Google scholar profile.

A separate page with teaching materials (slides).

I have written three educational apps on Game Theory:

Nash equilibrium 
in 2x2 games
Iterated Strict 
Dominance
Binary type & action
signaling games
They can be dowloaded for free from Apple's App Store (iOS only).
Thanks to Renana Heller for her help in Swift programming.



Publications:


"Auction Design with a Risk Averse Seller" (with Gábor Futó), Economics Letters, 65 (1999), 71-74.

Precautionary Bidding in Auctions” (with Lucy White), Econometrica, 72:1 (January 2004), 77-92. 

Bribing and Signaling in the Second-Price Auction” (with James Schummer), Games and Economic Behavior, 47 (2004), 299-324. 

An Optimal Auction with Correlation and Risk-Aversion”, Journal of Economic Theory, 125 (2005), 78-89. 

Optimal Information Disclosure in Auctions and the Handicap Auction” (with Balázs Szentes), Review of Economic Studies, 74 (2007), 705-731. 

The Price of Advice” (with Balázs Szentes), RAND Journal of Economics, 38:4 (2007), 863-880.

Credible Deviations from Signaling Equilibria” (with James Schummer), International Journal of Game Theory, 48:3 (2009), 411–430.

Competition for Scarce Resources” (with Volker Nocke and Lucy White), RAND Journal of Economics, 41:3 (Fall 2010), 524-548.

"Disagreement and Evidence Production in Strategic Information Transmission" (with Ádám Galambos), International Journal of Game Theory, 42:1 (2013), 263-282.

"Persuasion and Learning by Countersignaling" (with Kim-Sau Chung), Economics Letters, 121:3 (2013), 487-491. Longer version: “Signaling with Career Concerns”, CMS-EMS DP #1443

"Information and Evidence in Bargaining" (with Chris Wallace), Economic Theory Bulletin, 2:1 (2014), pp. 23-32.

"Dynamic Contracting: An Irrelevance Theorem" (with Balazs Szentes), accepted at Theoretical Economics.



Working papers:  


"Persuasion and Pricing: Dynamic Trading with Hard Evidence" 
(with Chris Wallace), manuscript, August 2016

(with Yuk-fai Fong), manuscript, November 2008. 
(with Balázs Szentes), CMS-EMS DP #1369 (April 2003) 

“Multi-Good Efficient Auctions with Multi-Dimensional Information” 
(with Eric Maskin), manuscript, December 2002.



Published Teaching Materials: 


“Orangia Highways” Parts A and B (with Graeme Hunter, Peter Klibanoff, Karl Schmedders)
Kellogg MBA case #5-106-007A and #5-106-007B 

Pedigree vs. Grit: Predicting Mutual Fund Manager Performance” (with Graeme Hunter, 
Peter Klibanoff, Karl Schmedders), Kellogg MBA case,
 #5-407-755.