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**2. Consistency in the
Probabilistic
Assignment Model*** Journal of Mathematical Economics*
**40** (2004), 953-962.

**3. Virtual Repeated
Implementation*** Economics Letters*** 83** (2004),
263-268.

**5. Multi-Utilitarianism in Two-Agent
Quasilinear Social Choice*** International Journal of
Game Theory* **33** (2005), 315-334.

8. **Profit Sharing (with workers)
Facilitates Collusion (among firms)** with Dan
Bernhardt
* RAND Journal of Economics* **37** (2006), 483-502.

9. **Citizen-candidates, Lobbies, and Strategic
Campaigning*** Economic Theory* **33** (2007), 285-309.

10. **An Ordinal Characterization of the
Linear Opinion Pool*** Economic Theory* **33** (2007),
457-474.

11. **Ordinal Aggregation and
Quantiles*** Journal of Economic Theory* **137**
(2007), 416-431. slides

**15. Profit
Maximization and Supermodular Technology** with Federico Echenique* Economic
Theory* **40** (2009), 173-183.

**16. Ordinal
Notions of Submodularity** with Federico Echenique*
Journal of Mathematical Economics* **44** (2008), 1243-1245.

**17. An Axiomatic Theory of Political
Representation** *Journal of Economic Theory* **144**
(2009), 375-389.

**18. Supermodularity
and Preferences**
with Federico Echenique*
Journal of Economic Theory* **144** (2009), 1004-1014.

**19. Intergenerational Equity: Sup,
Inf, Lim Sup, and Lim Inf** *Social Choice and Welfare*
**32** (2009), 243-252.

**20. Bayesian Consistent
Belief
Selection** with Takashi Hayashi
*Journal
of Economic Theory* **145** (2010), 432-439. slides

**21. A
Measure
of
Bizarreness** with Alan
D. Miller *Quarterly Journal of Political Science*
**5** (2010), 27-44. Slate
discussion
Science discussion

**22.
Rules for Aggregating Information with Alan D. Miller Social
Choice and Welfare 36 (2011), 75-82. **

**23. On
Behavioral Complementarity and its Implications** with Federico
Echenique and Eran
Shmaya *Journal of Economic Theory* **145** (2010), 2332-2355.

**24. Testable
Implications of Gross Substitutes in Demand for Two Goods with Federico
Echenique and Eran
Shmaya AEJ: Microeconomics 3 (2011),
129-136.**

**25. Inequality
Aversion and Risk Aversion slides Journal of Economic
Theory 147 (2012), 1642-1651.**

**26. Updating
Toward the Signal** with PJ Healy *Economic
Theory* **50** (2012), 765-786.

**27. Reversals of
Signal-Posterior Monotonicity for any Bounded Prior** with PJ Healy *Mathematical Social
Sciences* **61** (2011), 178-180.

**28. Money Metric
Utilitarianism with Takashi Hayashi
Social
Choice and Welfare 39 (2012), 809-831. slides**

**29. Choice and
Individual Welfare with Takashi Hayashi
Journal of Economic Theory 147 (2012), 1818-1849.**

**30. When Does
Aggregation Reduce Risk Aversion? with Federico Echenique
Games and Economic Behavior 76 (2012), 582-595.**

**31. On the Consistency of Data with Bargaining Theories
with Federico Echenique
Theoretical Economics 9 (2014), 137-162.**

**32. Inefficiency Measurement with
Alan D. Miller AEJ:
Microeconomics 6 (2014), 79-92.**

**33. Measuring Legislative Boundaries
with Alan D. Miller
Mathematical Social Sciences 66 (2013), 268-275.**

**34. The
Axiomatic Structure of Empirical Content with Federico
Echenique and Eran
Shmaya American Economic Review 104 (2014), 2303-2319. slides**

**35. Preference Aggregation with
Incomplete Information with Takashi Hayashi
Econometrica 82 (2014), 589-599.**

**36. Scholarly Influence
with Alan D. Miller
Journal of Economic Theory 151 (2014), 571-583.**

**37. The Core
Matchings of Markets with Transfers with Federico Echenique AEJ:
Microeconomics 7 (2015), 144-164.**

**38. Spatial Implementation with Richard Brady Games and Economic Behavior 94 (2015), 200-205.**

**39. Taxation and Poverty with Juan D. Moreno-Ternero Social Choice and Welfare 48 (2017), 153-175.**

**40. A Spatial Analogue of May's Theorem with Richard Brady Social Choice and Welfare 47 (2016), 127-139.**

**41. A Test for Risk-Averse Expected Utility with Ce (Will) Liu and Seung-Keun Martinez Journal of Economic Theory 163 (2016), 775-785.**

**42. Testing Theories of Financial Decision Making with Federico Echenique and Kota Saito Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (2016), 4003-4008. Appendix**

**43. Gains from Trade with Takashi Hayashi International Economic Review 58 (2017), 923-942.**

**44. General Revealed Preference
Theory with Federico
Echenique and Eran
Shmaya Theoretical Economics 12 (2017), 493-511. slides**

**45. Resource Allocation with Partial Responsibilities for
Initial Endowments with Takashi Hayashi International Journal of Economic Theory forthcoming.**

**46. Choice and Matching
with M. Bumin
Yenmez AEJ: Microeconomics 9 (2017), 126-147.**

**47. Reverse Bayesianism: A Comment with Takashi Hayashi AEJ: Microeconomics 10 (2018), 315-324.**

**48. A Characterization of Combinatorial Demand with Federico Echenique Mathematics of Operations Research forthcoming.**

**49. Incentives in Experiments: A
Theoretical Analysis with Yaron Azrieli and PJ Healy Journal of Political Economy forthcoming.**

**50. Note on Symmetric Utility with John Rehbeck Economics Letters 162 (2018), 27-29.**

**51. Flaws in the Efficiency Gap with Alan D. Miller and Joel Sobel Journal of Law and Politics 33 (2017), 1-33.**

**52. Benchmarking with Alan D. Miller Theoretical Economics forthcoming.**

**53. On Multiple Discount Rates with Federico Echenique Econometrica forthcoming.**

**1. Additive Rules for the
Quasilinear
Bargaining Problem** with Jerry R.
Green

**2. What's on the
Menu? Deciding What is Available to the Group** with David S. Ahn

**3. Dynamically Eliciting
Unobservable Information with Nicolas Lambert**

**4. Incentives in Experiments with Objective Lotteries with Yaron Azrieli and PJ Healy
**

**5. Closure and Preferences with Alan D. Miller and M. Bumin Yenmez**

**6. Dual Scoring with PJ Healy and Nicolas Lambert
**

**7. Can Everyone Benefit from Economic Integration? with Takashi Hayashi
**

**8. Preference Identification with Federico Echenique and Nicolas Lambert
**

**9. Nonseparable Costly Attention and Revealed Preference with Ce (Will) Liu and John Rehbeck
**

**10. A Simple Characterization of Responsive Choice with M. Bumin Yenmez
**

**11. Can Everyone Benefit from Innovation? with Takashi Hayashi
**

**12. The Pareto Comparisons of a Group of Exponential Discounters with Federico Echenique
**

**13. The Structure of Household Preference with Takashi Hayashi
**