Biography

Mark is an Associate Professor in Economics. He studied social sciences at the University of Copenhagen and Sciences Po in Paris. He went on to study economics at Universite Catholique de Louvain and then at the European University Institute in Florence. Mark is an applied microeconomic theorist, primarily interested in issues of information transmission.

 

PhD Supervision Interests

Applied micro theory. Specific domains of interest are: 1) Strategic information transmission (retrieving information from multiple experts, costly consultation, ambiguous language). 2) Collective decision making (committees, juries, elections, political parties, lobbying). 3) Non-Bayesian/behavioral models. (Ambiguity,  Cognitive hierarchies, Social Preferences, Psychological games, etc).

 

View graph of relations

ID: 85500899