Gabriel Carroll's website


Oh, hey there, what's up.  I'm an assistant professor in the economics department at Stanford University.  I work on economic theory, with a particular interest in non-equilibrium approaches to mechanism design.


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CV

    There is a PDF here


Publications

    Robustness and Separation in Multidimensional Screening [ online appendix ]
      Econometrica 85 (2), 2017, 453-488

    Robust Contracting with Additive Noise (with Delong Meng)
      Journal of Economic Theory 166, 2016, 586-604

    Informationally Robust Trade and Limits to Contagion
      Journal of Economic Theory 166, 2016, 334-361
      Formerly titled "Informationally Robust Trade Under Adverse Selection"

    Locally Robust Contracts for Moral Hazard (with Delong Meng)
      Journal of Mathematical Economics 62, 2016, 36-51

    Robustness and Linear Contracts
      American Economic Review 105 (2), 2015, 536-563

    A General Equivalence Theorem for Allocation of Indivisible Objects
      Journal of Mathematical Economics 51, 2014, 163-177

    When are Local Incentive Constraints Sufficient? [ online appendix ]
      Econometrica 80 (2), 2012, 661-686

    An Efficiency Theorem for Incompletely Known Preferences
      Journal of Economic Theory 145 (6), 2010, 2463-2470

    Optimal Defaults and Active Decisions (with James J. Choi, David Laibson, Brigitte C. Madrian, and Andrew Metrick) [ online appendix ]
      Quarterly Journal of Economics 124 (4), 2009, 1639-1674


Working papers

    Information Acquisition and Robust Trading Mechanisms

    Robust Incentives for Information Acquisition

    On Mechanisms Eliciting Ordinal Preferences

    Robustly Optimal Auctions with Unknown Resale Opportunities (with Ilya Segal)

    A Complexity Result for Undominated-Strategy Implementation

    A Quantitative Approach to Incentives: Application to Voting Rules [ online appendices ]

    The Efficiency-Incentive Tradeoff in Double Auction Environments

    Efficient Random Assignment with Constrained Rankings 


Classes

2016-2017

   Econ 180: Honors Game Theory (undergraduate), Autumn 2016 [ syllabus | Canvas site ]

   Econ 286: Game Theory (graduate), Autumn 2016 [ syllabus | Canvas site ]

Past years

   Econ 180: Honors Game Theory (undergraduate)
      Spring 2016 [ syllabus | CourseWork site ]
      Autumn 2014 [ syllabus | CourseWork site ]

   Econ 220: Political Economy I (graduate)
      Spring 2016 (with James Fearon) [ syllabus | CourseWork site ]
      Winter 2015 (with Fuhito Kojima) [ syllabus | CourseWork site ]
      Winter 2014 (with Fuhito Kojima) [ syllabus | CourseWork site ]

    Econ 286: Game Theory (graduate)
      Autumn 2015 [ syllabus | CourseWork site ]
      Autumn 2014 [ syllabus | CourseWork site ]
      Spring 2014 [ syllabus | CourseWork site ]


Other things

    Author ordering statement

    Reading list on modeling in mechanism design


How to find me


Feet: Landau Economics Building, room 245

Ears: +1 650-725-8703

Fingertips: gdc@stanford.edu
Snails:

Department of Economics
Stanford University
579 Serra Mall
Stanford, CA 94305