2003 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Vincent P. Crawford focuses on Cognitive Hierarchy Theory, Microeconomics, Mathematical economics, Stochastic game and Cognitive psychology. His Cognitive Hierarchy Theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Behavioral game theory and Positive economics. His studies deal with areas such as Construct and Wage as well as Microeconomics.
His Mathematical economics study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Empirical research. His Stochastic game research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cheap talk, Dominance and Human–computer interaction. Vincent P. Crawford combines subjects such as Outcome, Statistical dispersion, Process and Operations research with his study of Cognitive psychology.
Mathematical economics, Microeconomics, Game theory, Nash equilibrium and Behavioral game theory are his primary areas of study. Vincent P. Crawford performs integrative study on Mathematical economics and Strategic thinking in his works. The various areas that Vincent P. Crawford examines in his Microeconomics study include Rational expectations and Wage.
As part of his studies on Rational expectations, Vincent P. Crawford frequently links adjacent subjects like Expected utility hypothesis. His research investigates the connection with Nash equilibrium and areas like Correlated equilibrium which intersect with concerns in Trembling hand perfect equilibrium and Risk dominance. In his research, Framing effect and Decision rule is intimately related to Bounded rationality, which falls under the overarching field of Behavioral game theory.
Vincent P. Crawford mainly focuses on Mathematical economics, Game theory, Behavioral game theory, Incentive and Fatal attraction. His Mathematical economics study frequently links to other fields, such as Without loss of generality. His study in the fields of Game theoretic under the domain of Game theory overlaps with other disciplines such as Focus.
His work deals with themes such as Battle of the sexes and Rationalizability, which intersect with Behavioral game theory. His study looks at the relationship between Incentive and fields such as Equity, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. To a larger extent, Vincent P. Crawford studies Microeconomics with the aim of understanding Common value auction.
Vincent P. Crawford focuses on Mathematical economics, Without loss of generality, Total surplus, Social psychology and Strategic thinking. Vincent P. Crawford has included themes like Common value auction and Microeconomics in his Mathematical economics study. The Without loss of generality study combines topics in areas such as Incentive, Bilateral trading and Revelation principle, Mechanism design.
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Strategic Information Transmission
Vincent Crawford;J. Sobel.
Research Papers in Economics (2010)
JOB MATCHING, COALITION FORMATION, AND GROSS SUBSTITUTES
Alexander S. Kelso;Vincent P. Crawford.
Cognition and Behavior in Normal‐Form Games: An Experimental Study
Miguel Costa-Gomes;Vincent P. Crawford;Bruno Broseta.
Cognition and Behavior in Two-Person Guessing Games: An Experimental Study
Miguel A. Costa-Gomes;Vincent P. Crawford.
The American Economic Review (2006)
A Survey of Experiments on Communication via Cheap Talk
Journal of Economic Theory (1998)
Job Matching with Heterogeneous Firms and Workers
Vincent P. Crawford;Elsie Marie Knoer.
Level-k auctions : Can a nonequilibrium model of strategic thinking explain the winner's curse and overbidding in private-value auctions?
Vincent P. Crawford;Nagore Iriberri.
New York City Cab Drivers' Labor Supply Revisited: Reference-Dependent Preferences with Rational- Expectations Targets for Hours and Income †
Vincent P. Crawford;Juanjuan Meng.
The American Economic Review (2011)
Learning how to cooperate : optimal play in repeated coordination games
Vincent P. Crawford;Hans Haller.
Structural Models of Nonequilibrium Strategic Thinking: Theory, Evidence, and Applications
Vincent P. Crawford;Miguel A. Costa-Gomes;Nagore Iriberri.
Journal of Economic Literature (2013)
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