Hello and welcome to my webpage. Here is my CV.
microeconomic theory, applied theory, operations research, environmental and resource economics
Multidimensional welfare rankings under weight imprecision: a social choice perspective (earlier version) (2015), Social Choice and Welfare, 44, 719-744.
Setting environmental policy when experts disagree (2014), with Valentina Bosetti, Environmental and Resource Economics, forthcoming
Pollution control with uncertain stock dynamics: when, and how, to be precautious (Erratum) (2012), with A. Xepapadeas, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 63, 304-320.
Optimal mechanisms for heterogeneous multi-cell aquifers (2012), with G. Sheriff, T. Siegfried, and W.T. Huh, Environmental and Resource Economics, 52, 265-291.
House allocation with fractional endowments (2011), with J. Sethuraman, International Journal of Game Theory, 40, 481-513
Efficiency under a Combination of Ordinal and Cardinal Information on Preferences (2011), Journal of Mathematical Economics, 47, 180-185
Dynamic nonpoint source pollution control policy: ambient transfers and uncertainty (2010), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 34, 2494-2509
A note on the inefficiency of bidding over the price of a share (2010), with S. Brams and J. Sethuraman. Mathematical Social Sciences, 60, 191-195
Contract farming with possible reneging in a developing country: can it work? (2012), with W.T. Huh and U. Lall, IIMB Management Review, 24, 187-202
Strategyproof and efficient preference aggregation with Kemeny-based criteria, revised and resubmitted, Games and Economic Behavior
Revisiting worst-case DEA for composite indicators, minor revisions, Social Indicators Research
An explicit resolution of the equity-efficiency tradeoff in the random allocation of an indivisible good, with G. Demaere, submitted.
Old Stuff With Sentimental Value
A characterization result in minimum-cost spanning tree games (2008), with Jay Sethuraman
On the optimal oblivious ratio of complete bipartite graphs (2006), with Jay Sethuraman