Published/Forthcoming Papers

 

  1. 2020. Targeting interventions in networks (first version 2017),  B. Golub and S. Goyal. Econometrica. 88(6): 2445-2471.
  2. 2020. Rotation as Contagion Mitigation. with J. Ely and J. Steiner. Forthcoming Management Science. (Ideas from this paper have been incorporated into the DELVE report of the Royal Society, which I have contributed to write together with Paolo Surico and other UK based economists).
  3. 2020. The market for influence, with I. Fainmesser. Conditionally accepted American Economic Journal-Microeconomics
  4. 2020. Financial linkages and portfolio choice, with C. Ghiglino. Forthcoming Journal of Economic Theory) (The project started with Sanjeev Goyal and we are grateful to him for the first draft).
  5. 2020 Pricing network effects: competition, with I. Fainmesser. The American Economic Journal: Microeconomics. 12(3): 1-32.
  6. 2019. The role of networks in antitrust investigations, with Matthew Elliot. Prepared for Oxford Review of Economic Policy.
  7. 2018. Selling Through Referrals, with D. Condorelli and V. Skreta. Journal of Economic and Management Strategy. 27:4 (669-685).
  8. 2017. Bilateral trading in networks, with D. Condorelli and L. Renou. The Review of Economic Studies. 84(1):82-105.
  9. 2017. Trading in networks: theory and experiment, with S. Choi, and S. Goyal. Journal of The European Economic Association. 15(4):784-817
  10. 2016. Rational inattention and organizational focus,  with W. Dessein and T. Santos. The American Economic Review. 6 (106), 1522-36.
  11. 2016 Pricing network effects, with I. Fainmesser. The Review of Economic Studies, 83:1, 165-198.
  12. 2015. Strategic models of intermediation networks, with D. Condorelli. The Oxford Handbook on The Economics of Networks, edited by Y. Bramoulle, A. Galeotti and B.W. Rogers.
  13. 2015. Diffusion and protection across a random graph, with B.W. Rogers. Network Science, 3, 361-376.
  14. 2015. Information aggregation and optimal selection of the executive, with T. Dewan, C. Ghiglino and F. Squintani. American Journal of Political Science, 59:2,475-494.
  15. 2014. Congested observational learning, with E. Eyster, N. Kartik and M. Rabin. Games and Economic Behavior, 87, 519-538.
  16. 2014. Endogenous job contact networks, with L.P. Merlino. International Economic Review, 55(4), 1201-1226.
  17. 2013. Strategic information transmission networks, with C. Ghiglino and F. Squintani. Journal of Economic Theory, 148(5): 1751-1769.
  18. 2013. Popularity, with G. Conti, G. Mueller and S.E. Pudney. Journal of Human Resources, 48(4): 1072-1094.
  19. 2012. Immunization and group structure, with B. Rogers. American Economic Journal-Microeconomics, 5(2): 1-32.
  20. 2012. Network Multipliers: The Optimality of Targeting Neighbors, wth S. Goyal. Review of Network Economics.
  21. 2011. Complex Networks and Local Externalities: A Strategic Approach, with F. Vega-Redondo. International Journal of Economic Theory. 7(1), 77-92. Awarded 2011 IJET Lionel McKenzie Prize.
  22. 2011. Personal influence: social context and political competition, with A. Mattozzi. American Economic Journal-Microeconomics. 3(1)}, 307-327.
  23. 2010. The Law of the Few,  with S. Goyal.  The American Economic Review. 100(4) 1468-1492.
  24. 2010. Talking, searching and pricing. International Economic Review. 51(4), 1159-1174.
  25. 2010. Network games, with S. Goyal, M.O. Jackson, F. Vega-Redondo and L. Yariv. The Review of Economic Studies, 77(1), 218-244.
  26. 2009. Influencing the influencers: a theory of strategic diffusion, with S. Goyal. RAND Journal of Economics. 40(3), 509-532.
  27. 2009. Platform Intermediation in a Market for Differentiated Products, with J.L. Moraga-Gonzalez. European Economic Review, 53(4), 417-428.
  28. 2008. Segmentation, Advertising and Pricing, A. Galeotti and J.L. Moraga-Gonzalez. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 26(5), 1106-1119.
  29. 2006. Network Formation with Heterogenous Players, with S. Goyal and J. Kamphorst. Games and Economic Behavior, 54(2), 335-372.
  30. 2006. One-way Flow Networks: The Role of Heterogeneity. Economic Theory, 29(1), 163-179.