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Klein, Nicolas

Associate Professor


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Klein, Nicolas


Nicolas Klein holds a PhD from the University of Munich, and joined our Department on July 20, 2012.

His research interests have to do with microeconomic theory and, more specifically, dynamic incentive problems and problems of strategic information acquisition and transmission. In particular, he is attempting to understand the impact of strategic interaction in dynamic problems of information acquisition and its effect on individual behaviours and the efficiency of equilibrium situations.

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«Will Truth Out?--An Advisor's Quest To Appear Competent», Journal of Mathematical Economics, 2017, 72, 112-121 (with Tymofiy Mylovanov)

«The Importance of Being Honest», Theoretical Economics, 2016, 11: 773-811

«Strategic Learning in Teams», Games and Economic Behavior 83, 636-657.

«Negatively Correlated Bandits», Review of Economic Studies  78(2), 693-732, 2011 (with Sven Rady).