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 applications of contract theory and matching theory to problems concerning the internal organization of firms. I am teaching Game Theory (SE450) and a Capstone Research Seminar (SE475) this Spring.
Email: kambhamp [at] usna.edu
Robust Performance Evaluation (latest update: February 2022)
Abstract published in EC '21: Proceedings of the 22nd ACM Conference on Economics and Computation
Video from Not the 2021 Theory Job Market (NT2021TM).
Randomization is Optimal in the Robust Principal-Agent Problem (latest update: March 2022)
Matching to Produce Information: A Model of Self-Organized Research Teams (latest update: August 2021), with Carlos Segura-Rodriguez and Peng Shao
Online Appendix. Slides from the 2018 Stony Brook International Conference on Game Theory.
A Theory of Firm Boundaries with Long-Run Incentives and At-Will Employment (latest update: January 2022), with Gorkem Bostanci
Payoff Continuity in Games of Incomplete Information Across Models of Knowledge (latest update: March 2022)
Poster from the 2018 Pennsylvania Economic Theory Conference.