Mary, University of London
End Road, London, E1 4NS, UK
University of Paris I - Panthéon Sorbonne.
2007 - : Reader
(Associate Professor), Queen Mary, University of London.
2009-2010: Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics, Cambridge University.
- 2007: Senior Lecturer, Queen Mary, University of London.
2003 - 2004: Lecturer, Queen Mary, University of London.
- 2003: Lecturer, University of Leicester.
2001 - 2002 (from April 2001 to September 2002):
Research Fellow, University of Warwick.
- 2001 (from September 1999 to March 2001):
Temporary Lecturer, University of Paris I- Panthéon Sorbonne.
Microeconomics I (ECOM002), PhD mini-course (Topics in Networks/Public goods)
- On the private provision of public goods on networks (R&R Journal of Economic Theory).
- The cost of segregation in social networks.
- NTU market games with many players (with M.
- Edgeworth equilibria and the power of the grand coalition.
- Edgeworth rejective core and dividends equilibria of satiated exchange economies (with M.
Florenzano), Journal of
Mathematical Economics, (forthcoming).
equilibrium in a warm glow economy, Economic Theory, (forthcoming).
- A core-equilibrium convergence in a public goods economy, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 12,857-870, 2010.
price taking equilibrium in Tiebout economies with a continuum of
agents: Existence and characterization (with J. Conley
and M. Wooders), Journal of Mathematical Economics,45, 492-510, 2009.
- Price taking equilibrium in club economies with multiple memberships and unbounded club sizes (with M.
Wooders), Journal of Economic Theory, 141,
- Walras and dividends equilibrium
with possibly satiated consumers, (with C. Le Van), Journal
of Mathematical Economics, 44, 907-918, 2008.
- On the non-emptiness of the fuzzy
core (with A. Predtetchinski), International Journal of Game
Theory, 37, 203-210, 2008.
- Arbitrage, equilibrium, and
nonsatiation (with C. Le Van and F. Page), Journal of
Mathematical Economics, 42, 661-674, 2006.
- Edgeworth and Walrasian equilibrium
of an arbitrage-free exchange economy (with M.
Florenzano), Economic Theory, 23, 353-371, 2004.
- A note on two notions of arbitrage, Economics
Bulletin 4, 1-7, 2003.
- The geometry of arbitrage and the
existence of competitive equilibrium (with C. Le
Van and F. Page), Journal of Mathematical Economics, 38, 373-392, 2002.
- An equilibrium existence result with
short selling, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 37, 81-94, 2002.
topology and general equilibrium with complete and
incomplete markets. By Villanacci et
al, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Economic Journal,
2005, 115: 144-146.
- : Associate editor of Journal of Public Economic Theory.
- : Guest editor of Journal of Mathematical Economics special
Issue on GE conferences 2007.
- : Associate editor of Economics Bulletin.
- : Associate editor of DEPOCEN working papers series.
Other Professional Duties
2013 : Organizer of Queen Mary Spring Workshop in Economic Theory
: Session organizer, Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory Meeting, Paris, France
2013 : Programme committee, Public Economic Theory Conference, Lisbon, Portugal
2012 : Co-organizer (with C. Tyson) of Queen Mary Spring Workshop in Economic Theory
: Session organizer, Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory Meeting, Queensland, Australia
2012 : Programme committee, Public Economic Theory Conference, Taipei, Taiwan
2011 : Co-organizer (with C. Tyson) of Queen Mary Spring Workshop in Economic Theory
: Session organizer, Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory Meeting, Faro,
2011 : Programme committee, Public Economic Theory Conference, Indiana, USA
2010 : Programme committee, the 5th PhD Meeting of the Royal Economic Society, London, UK
2010 : Programme committee, Public Economic Theory Conference, Istanbul, Turkey
2009 : Scientific committee, Public Policy, Externalities and Growth Graz, Austria
2009 : Programme committee, Public Economic Theory Conference, Galway, Ireland
: Scientific committee, Public Goods and Public Policy, Bonn, Germany
2008 : Programme committee, Public Economic Theory Conference, Seoul,
2007 : Scientific committee, Modelling Public Goods and Public Policy
Past, Present and Future Prospects. Marseille, France
: Session organizer, Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory Meeting, Kos,
2007 : Co-organizer (with A. Carvajal, University of
Warwick) of the XVI European Workshop on General Equilibrium,
Warwick, United Kingdom (partly funded by the British Academy)
2006 -10: United Kingdom representative and advisory member to the
committee of "Public Goods, Public
2002 : Member of the organizing committee of the Public
Economic Theory Conference, Paris,
Externalities" research networking
programme funded by European Science Foundation (ESF)
Current Administrative Duties
: Second year academic tutor
2007-: Member of the undergraduate studies committee
2007-2010: Equal opportunities officer
2008-2009: Elected member of the Academic Board
2005-2010 : Elected member of the equal opportunities committee
- : External examiner at Essex University
2011 : External PhD examiner of Thai Ha-Huy, Paris I -
Sorbonne University (now at Paris-Evry University)
2009 : External PhD
examiner of Jaime Luque, University Nova de Lisbon (now
at Wisconsin University)
- : Academic assessor for the Government Economic Service
University (USA), Vanderbilt University (USA), Paris I -
Sorbonne University (France), Alabama University (USA), Brown
University (USA), Warwick University (UK).
Caltech (2012-13), Birkbeck (2012-13), Brown
(2012-13), Vanderbilt (2012-13 & 2008-09), Sydney (2011-12), Kyoto (2011-12), Hitotsubashi (2011-12), Maastricht (2011-12 & 2009-10), Southampton (2011-12), Marseille (2011-12), San Andres (2010-11), Cergy-Pontoise (2010-11), Cambridge (2009-10), UCLouvain (2009-10), Copenhagen (2009-10), Warwick
(2008-09), East Anglia (2008-09), Kent (2008-09), Vienna
(2007-08), Vigo (2007-08), Manchester (2007-08), Paris I-Sorbonne (2006-07 & 2001-02), Oxford (2005-06), Exeter (2004-05), City
University (2003-04), London School of Economics (2003-04), Essex (2002-03), Royal Holloway (2002-03), Melbourne (2002-03), Alabama (2001-02), John Hopkins (2001-02).
of Public Economics, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, The B.E Journal of
Theoretical Economics, Review of Economic Studies, Games and Economics
Theory, Journal of Economic Theory, Annals of Finance, Journal
of Public Economic Theory, Journal of Mathematical Economics, Annals of
Economics and Statistics, Journal of Regional Science and Urban
Economics, Mathematical social sciences, International Journal of Economic Theory, Springer
Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science, Economics Bulletin,