selected talks


NBER Conference of Multiple Equilibria and Financial Crises: Illiquidity Component of Credit Risk
12th CSEF-IGIER Symposium in Economic Theory: First Price Auctions with General Information Structures: Implications for Bidding and Revenue
Gerzensee Summer Symposium in Economic Theory: Information and Market Power
University of Michigan: Expectations, Networks and Consensus
Harris Lecture, Harvard: Information Design
UCLA Department Lecture: Crises: Equilibrium Shifts and Large Shocks
Carnegie-Rochester Conference on Liquidity in Capital Markets: Redemption Risk and Procyclical Hoarding by Asset Managers
Columbia Conference of Political Economy: Reward and Punishment in Regime Change Games


Murat Sertel Lecture at the 9th Conference on Economic Design of the Society for Economic Design: Information Design


Fisher-Schultz Lecture at the 66th European Meetings of the Econometric Society in Malaga: Robust Strategic Analysis


Paris School of Economics: Incomplete Information Correlated Equilibrium 
Bocconi: Interdependent Types and Strategic Distinguishability
Carlo Alberto: Robust Predictions in Incomplete Information Games 
European University Institute: Contagious Adverse Selection
Cambridge conference on the 75th Anniversary of the General Theory: Beauty Contests and Contagious Adverse Selection


Nemmers Conference Presentation: Information and Trade (references)
Bank of Canada Liquidity Workshop: Illiquidity Component of Credit Risk
ANPEC 37 Brazil: Global Games and Liquidity (notes and references)
Atlanta Econometric Society Winter Meetings: Robust Mechanism Design


Colin Clark lecture at the 2008 Australasian Meetings of the Econometric Society: Coordinating Expectations
Princeton University Department Seminar: Contagious Adverse Selection


Econometric Society Winter Meetings, Chicago: Common Belief Foundations of Global Games
American Finance Association Meetings: Heterogeneous Beliefs in Finance (Discussion of Banerjee, Kaniel and Kremer (2006))


Southwestern Economic Theory conference: Topologies on Types
Northwestern seminar: Robust Implementation: The Case of Direct Mechanisms
Arizona State department seminar and Michigan Woytinsky seminar: Coordination without Common Knowledge
Araujo 60th Birthday Conference, Rio de Janeiro: Strategic Revealed Preference and Virtual Bayesian Implementation


Newton Institute conference: presentation and references
  SED conference: presentation and references
  Laffont conference: presentation
Stony Brook conference: presentation
NBER Summer Institute: presentation

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