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"Corruption: Supply-side and Demand-side Solutions." Text for Silver Jubilee Lecture at the Indira Gandhi Institute for Development Research, February 2012. (105 K)
"A Real Options Perspective on the Future of the Euro." With Fernando Alvarez. Journal of Monetary Economics, forthcoming. (545 K)
"Governance, Development, and Foreign Direct Investment." Max Weber Lecture, European University Institute, Florence, Italy. January 2012 (242K)
"Governance, Trade, and Investment." Paper presented at the Stony Brook workshop "Game Theory in Trade and Development", July 19-20, 2011. (295K)
"The Cone of Uncertainty of the 21st Century's Economic Hurricane." Article written for the book In 100 Years, ed. Ignacio Palacios-Huerta, MIT Press, 2013, pp. 49-56. (94K)
"Reciprocal Insurance Among Kenyan Pastoralists." With Simon Levin and Daniel Rubenstein. Theoretical Ecology Volume 6, Issue 2 (2013), pp. 173-187. (393 K)
"Bureaucracy, Its Reform, and Development." (A. N. Varma Lecture, India Development Foundation, Delhi, February 2012) Review of Market Integration 4(2), August 2012, pp. 135-157. (204K)
"Paul Samuelson's Legacy." Annual Reviews of Economics, Volume 4, September 2012, pp. 1-31. (2.1MB)
"The Integrated World Equilibrium Diagram from International Trade Theory." In Famous Figures and Diagrams in Economics, eds. Mark Blaug and Peter Lloyd, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2012. (111K)
"An Option Value Problem from Seinfeld." Economic Inquiry 50(2), April 2012, pp. 563-565. (74K)
"International Trade, Foreign Direct Investment, and Security". Annual Reviews of Economics, Volume 3, September 2011, pp.191-213 . (549K)
"A Game-theoretic Perspective on Diego Gambetta's Codes of the Underworld" Global Crime 12(2), May 2011, pp.134-145. (147K)
"Democracy, Autocracy, and Bureaucracy." Journal of Globalization and Development 2010, Vol. 1 : Iss. 1, Article 1.
"Governance Institutions and Economic Activity."American Economic Review 2009, Vol. 99, No.1, pp. 5-24.
"Socializing Education and Pro-Social Preferences." First draft August 2009, this version November 2009. (273K)
"Political Explanations of Inefficient Economic Policies - An Overview of Some Theoretical and Empirical Literature." With Thomas Romer. Presentation at the IIPF conference "Public Finance: Fifty Years of the Second Best - and Beyond", Paphos, Cyprus, August 2006. (106K)
"Predatory States and Failing States: An Agency Perspective." June 2006 (403K)
"Self-enforcing Cooperation with Graduated Punishments" With Dilip Abreu and Douglas Bernheim. July 2005. (319K)
"Arbitration and Information." First draft February 2003, this version November 2003. (222K)
"IMF Programs as Incentive Mechanisms." June 2000. (41K, MS Word file)
Text of a talk given at the luncheon honoring the 2008 Nobel Laureate in Economics, Paul Krugman, at the American Economic Association meetings in Atlanta, GA on January 4, 2010.
Text of a talk given at a session in memory of Paul Samuelson at the American Economic Association meetings in Atlanta, GA on January 4, 2010.
"My Philosophy of Economics, Life, and Everything (Not!)" First draft of an article to appear in Eminent Economists II: Their Life Philosophies, eds. Michael Szenberg and Lall Ramrattan, to be published by Cambridge University Press. (29K)
"Whither Greenwald-Stiglitz?" (23K) Presentation at Joseph Stiglitz's 60th birthday conference, Columbia University, October 24, 2003a All the papers presented at this conference are at Stiglitz's web site. Click on "Festschrift" and then on "Conference Presentations".
Text of a talk given at the luncheon honoring the 2001 Nobel Laureates in Economics, George Akerlof, Michael Spence, and Joseph Stiglitz, at the American Economic Association Meetings in Washington, DC on January 4, 2003. (MS Word file, 81K).
"John Nash - Founder of Modern Game Theory," written for the award ceremony of an honorary degree to Nash at Athens University, June 2000. (11K) If you liked this, you may also want to read a short article on game theory that I wrote as material to accompany a PBS documentary about John Nash.
"My System of Work (Not!)," manuscript version of article in Passion and Craft: Economists at Work, ed. Michael Szenberg, University of Michigan Press, 1998.
Unpublished mathematical appendix(91K) to the paper "Interaction of commitment and discretion in monetary and fiscal policies," (with Luisa Lambertini), American Economic Review, 93(5), December 2003, 1522-1542.
Unpublished mathematical appendix (173K) to the paper "Symbiosis of monetary and fiscal policies in a monetary union," (with Luisa Lambertini), Journal of International Economics, 60(2), August 2003, 235-247.
"On modes of economic governance" (393K) This is the working paper version of the paper that was published in Econometrica in March 2003, and contains analysis of some cases omitted there.
"Common agency and coordination: General theory and application to tax policy," with Gene Grossman and Elhanan Helpman. (229 K) This is the working paper version of the paper that was published in the Journal of Political Economy in August 1997, and contains the proofs that were omitted from the published version.
Unpublished mathematical appendix (141 K) to the paper "Power of incentives in private versus public organizations," American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings, 87(2), May 1997, pp.378-383.
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"Democracy, Autocracy and Bureaucracy." Journal of Globalization and Development, 1(1), 2010.
"Governance Institutions and Economic Activity." American Economic Review, 99(1), March 2009, 5-24.
"Evaluating Recipes for Development Sucess." World Bank Research Observer, 22(2), 2007, pp. 131-157.
"Political Polarization." With Jorgen Weibull. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 104(18), May 1, 2007, pp. 7351-7356.
"Thomas Schelling's Contributions to Game Theory." Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 108(2), April 2006, 213-229.
"Incentive Contracts for Faith-Based Organizations to Deliver Social Services." In "Economic Theory in a Changing World: Policy Modelling for Growth." Eds. Sajal Lahiri and Pradip Maiti. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2005.
"Restoring Fun to Game Theory."Journal of Economic Education, 36(3), Summer 2005, 205-219.
"Two-Tier Market Institutions." Chicago Journal of International Law, 5(1), Summer 2004, 139-155.
"Some Reflections on Theories and Applications of Monopolistic Competition." in The Monopolistic Competition Revolution After Twenty-Five Years, eds. Steven Brakman and Ben Heijdra, Cambridge University Press, 2003, 123-133.
"Interaction of commitment and discretion in monetary and fiscal policies." with Luisa Lambertini. American Economic Review, 93(5), Decembr 2003, 1522-1542. An unpublished mathematical appendix is available here; see above.
"Clubs with entrapment." American Economic Review, 93(5), December 2003,1824-1829.
"Trade expansion and contract enforcement." Journal of Political Economy, 111(6), December 2003, 1293-1317.
"On the Role of Good Faith in Insurance Contracting." with Pierre Picard. In Economics for an Imperfect World: Essays in Honor of Joseph Stiglitz, eds. Richard Arnott et al., MIT Press, 2003, 17-34.
"Common agency with rational expectations: Theory and application to a monetary union." with Henrik Jensen. Economic Journal, 113(489), July 2003, 539-549. A version of the structural model with the nominal interest rate as the instrument is also available as a note.
"Some lessons from transaction cost politics for less-developed countries." Economics and Politics, 15(2), July 2003, 107-133.
"On modes of economic governance." Econometrica, 71(2), March 2003, 449-481.