Siyang Xiong

Professor of Economics
University of Bristol




"Communication under Language Barriers" (with Francesco Giovannoni), Journal of Economic Theory, forthcoming

"Characterizing the strategic impact of misspecified beliefs" (supplemental appendix) (with Yi-Chun ChenAlfredo Di TillioEduardo Faingold), Review of Economic Studies v84, 1424-1471 (2017)

"The robust selection of rationalizability" (with Yi-Chun Chen and Satoru Takahashi), Journal of Economic Theory, v151, 448-475 (2014)

"Genericity and robustness of full surplus extraction" (Online Appendix) (with Yi-Chun Chen), Econometrica, v81, 825-847 (2013)

"The e-mail game phenomenon" (with Yi-Chun Chen), Games and Economic Behavior, v80, 147-156 (2013)

"Agreeing to agree with uncountable information structures," Games and Economic Behavior, v74, 442-446 (2012)

"The genericity of beliefs-determine-preferences models revisited" (with Yi-Chun Chen), Journal of Economic Theory, v146, 751-761 (2011)

"Uniform topologies on types" (with Yi-Chun Chen, Alfredo Di Tillio and Eduardo Faingold), Theoretical Economics, v5, 445-478 (2010)

"Topologies on types: Correction" (with Yi-Chun Chen), Theoretical Economics, v3, 283-285 (2008)

"Core equivalence theorem with production" (with Charles Z. Zheng), Journal of Economic Theory, v137, 246-270 (2007)


Working papers:

"Commitment Design

"Designing Referenda: An Economist's Pessimistic Perspective"

"Rationalizable Implementation I: Social Choice Functions"

"Maskin Meets Abreu and Matsushima(with Yi-Chun ChenTakashi Kunimoto, and Yifei Sun)

"An Impossibility Result for Rationalizable Implementation

"On Identifying Higher-Order Beliefs" (with Wooyoung Lim)

"Does Jump-Bidding Increase Sellers' Revenue? Theory and Experiment" (with Wooyoung Lim)

"The Incentive Compatibility Critique" (with Yi-Chun Chen)

"The Weinstein-Yildiz Critique and Robust Predictions with Arbitrary Payoff Uncertainty(with Yi-Chun Chen and Satoru Takahashi)

"A folk theorem for contract games with multiple principals and agents"

"Unawareness and the standard state space revisited"



"Every Choice Correspondence is Backwards-Induction Rationalizable"

"Information Independence and Common Knowledge: A Comment"

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