2018 - Fellows of the Econometric Society
His primary areas of study are Microeconomics, Strategic Network Formation, Industrial organization, Process and Incentive. His work in Microeconomics covers topics such as Social learning which are related to areas like Local learning and Management. His Strategic Network Formation research includes elements of Production, Non-cooperative game, Operations research and Oligopoly.
His research integrates issues of Evolving networks and Nash equilibrium in his study of Non-cooperative game. Sanjeev Goyal interconnects Network architecture, Centrality and Cost reduction in the investigation of issues within Industrial organization. His studies in Incentive integrate themes in fields like Market power, Cournot competition, Social Welfare and Competitor analysis.
His primary scientific interests are in Microeconomics, Incentive, Welfare, Coordination game and Action. His work on Oligopoly as part of general Microeconomics research is frequently linked to Process, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Incentive course of study focuses on Externality and Strategic complements.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Best response and Network architecture in addition to Coordination game. His Action research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social relation, Social psychology, Simple and Value. The Industrial organization study which covers Strategic Network Formation that intersects with Centrality.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Microeconomics, Welfare, Network topology, Key and Externality. His Microeconomics research includes themes of Contrast and Diversity. His research in Welfare intersects with topics in Competition, Volatility, Adversary, Order and Incentive.
His Key study which covers Intermediary that intersects with Market power, Intermediation and Strategic interaction. His studies deal with areas such as Strategic Network Formation and Econometrics as well as Centrality. His research investigates the link between Strategic Network Formation and topics such as Reachability that cross with problems in Best response.
Sanjeev Goyal mainly investigates Welfare, Microeconomics, European Research Area, European union and Resilience. Sanjeev Goyal has included themes like Human development, Macroeconomics, Economic anthropology, Neoclassical economics and Income distribution in his Welfare study. His Microeconomics research incorporates elements of Intermediary and Intermediation.
His European Research Area study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Management, Inet, Operations research and Public administration. Sanjeev Goyal works mostly in the field of Investment, limiting it down to topics relating to Principal component analysis and, in certain cases, Externality, as a part of the same area of interest. His study in Incentive is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Computer security and Salient.
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A Noncooperative Model of Network Formation
Venkatesh Bala;Sanjeev Goyal.
Connections: An Introduction to the Economics of Networks
Learning from neighbours
Venkatesh Bala;Sanjeev Goyal.
The Review of Economic Studies (1998)
Economics: An emerging small world
Sanjeev Goyal;Marco J. van der Leij;José Luis Moraga‐González;José Luis Moraga‐González;José Luis Moraga‐González.
Journal of Political Economy (2006)
Sanjeev Goyal;Sanjeev Goyal;José Luis Moraga-Gonzalez.
The RAND Journal of Economics (2001)
Networks of collaboration in oligopoly
Sanjeev Goyal;Sanjeev Goyal;Sumit Joshi.
Games and Economic Behavior (2003)
Network Formation with Heterogeneous Players
Andrea Galeotti;Sanjeev Goyal;Jurjen Kamphorst.
Games and Economic Behavior (2006)
Group Size and Collective Action Third-party Monitoring in Common-pool Resources
Arun Agrawal;Sanjeev Goyal.
Comparative Political Studies (2001)
Structural Holes in Social Networks
Sanjeev Goyal;Fernando Vega-Redondo;Fernando Vega-Redondo.
Journal of Economic Theory (2007)
Influencing the influencers: a theory of strategic diffusion
Andrea Galeotti;Sanjeev Goyal.
The RAND Journal of Economics (2009)
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