Marcin Pęski

Economics Department

University of Toronto

Max Gluskin House, Office 207

150 St. George St.

Toronto, Ontario M5S 3G7, Canada

e-mail: mpeski@gmail.com

 


Curriculum Vitae

 


RESEARCH

 

Statistical decision theory

         The principal-agent approach to testing experts, with Wojciech Olszewski, American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 2011, Vol. 3 (2)

         Prior symmetry, categorization and similarity-based reasoning, Journal of Economic Theory, 2011, Vol. 146 (1)

         Learning through theories, August 2007

         Decomposition of uncertainty in relational systems, June 2009

Games with incomplete information

         Critical types, joint with Jeff Ely, Review of Economic Studies, 2011,

         Hierarchies of belief and interim rationalizability, joint with Jeff Ely, Theoretical Economics, 2006, Vol. 1(1)

         Comparison of information structures in zero-sum games, Games and Economic Behavior, 2008, Vol. 62 (2)

Repeated games

         Repeated games with incomplete information and discounting, accepted at Theoretical Economics, 2013

         An anti-folk theorem for finite past equilibria in repeated games with private monitoring, Theoretical Economics, 2011

         Repeated games with incomplete information on one side, Theoretical Economics, 2008, Vol. 3(1)

         A folk theorem for stochastic games with infrequent state changes, joint with Thomas Wiseman, accepted at Theoretical Economics, January 2014

         Asynchronous repeated games with rich private monitoring and finite past, July 2009

Learning in games

         Generalized risk dominance and asymmetric dynamics, Journal of Economic Theory, 2010, Vol. 145 (1)

         Local stability of stationary equilibria, joint with Balazs Szentes, 2013

Social economics

         Spontaneous discrimination, joint with Balazs Szentes, American Economic Review; (2013) 103(6), 2412-36

o   a version of the paper with stability argument can be found here

         Complementarities, group formation and preferences for similarity, June 2008

         Small group coordination, 2004

Matching

         Smooth stable matching, September 2011