John Kagel

Professor
I do experiments in economics/behavioral decision making related to economics.  Current areas of research involve learning in signaling games, multilateral/legislative bargaining, and team versus individual behavior in strategic interactions between agents.

Paul Healy

Associate Professor

My research interests include microeconomic theory, game theory, public goods, experiments, and behavioral mechanism design. Behavioral mechanism design is the use of both theory and experiments to design and test mechanisms for the efficient allocation of resources.

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