Ashwin Kambhampati(ush-win come-bum-paw-tea)
PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 2021
Assistant Professor of Economics, United States Naval Academy
My research is in the area of microeconomic theory; I am particularly interested in contract theory, matching theory, and the internal structure of organizations. I am teaching two sections of SE450: Game Theory and a Capstone Research Seminar this semester.
Email: kambhamp [at] usna.edu
Journal of Economic Theory, January 2023, Vol. 207.
Final working paper here.
RAND Journal of Economics, Fall 2022, Vol. 53: 484-515.
Final working paper here. Companion working paper here. Online Appendices here.
Robust Performance Evaluation of Independent and Identical Agents (latest update: December 2022; under review)
Abstract published in EC '21: Proceedings of the 22nd ACM Conference on Economics and Computation
Video from Not the 2021 Theory Job Market (NT2021TM).
Why Informationally Diverse Teams Need Not Form, Even When Efficient (latest update: October 2022; under review), with Carlos Segura-Rodriguez and Peng Shao
A continuous version of Matching to Produce Information: A Model of Self-Organized Research Teams (Online Appendix) with a complete characterization of inefficiency.
Payoff Continuity in Games of Incomplete Information Across Models of Knowledge (latest update: March 2022; under review)
Poster from the 2018 Pennsylvania Economic Theory Conference.