Assistant Professor of Economics, Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Graduate School of Business
655 Knight way, E308
Stanford, CA, 94305.
"Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known." - Carl Sagan
I work on market(place) design and management, networked markets, and the economics of organ transplantation.
I am particularly interested in "approximate economics", where we study complex economic problems by
employing approximation techniques.
Research in Progress|
Credible Mechanism Design
(with Shengwu Li)
Marketplaces for Goods and Services
- Spring 2017, MBA Course, (with Prof. Susan Athey), Stanford GSB
Auctions, Bargaining and Pricing
- Spring 2017, PhD Course, (with Prof. Andy Skrypacz), Stanford GSB
- Spring 2016, PhD Course, (with Prof. Eric Budish), University of Chicago
Massive Open Online Courses
(Volunteer teacher in Khan Academy (Farsi), 2012, 27 videos, 30,000+ views)
Principles of Macroeconomics
(Volunteer teacher in Khan Academy (Farsi), 2012, 20 videos, 20,000+ views)
(Volunteer teacher in Khan Academy (Farsi), 2012, 110 videos, 80,000+ views)
(Volunteer teacher in Khan Academy (Farsi), 2012, 80 videos, 50,000+ views)
Sample Videos (all in Farsi): Newton's 3rd Law -- How airbags save your life? -- Greece Financial Crisis -- Most viewed video: Circular Flow of Income (5000+ views)