Julian Romero

Assistant Professor of Economics

Degrees

Ph.D. in Economics, California Institute of Technology, 2010

Areas of Expertise

  • Game Theory
  • Experimental Economics

Courses

Econ 436 Behavioral Economics
Econ 696B Experimental Economics ll

Current Research

My research uses game theory and experiments to gain a better understanding of situations with multiple equilibria.  I am interested in how bounded rationality and learning can lead to sharper predictions in these situations.   To address these problems I use a combination of theory, experiments and computation.   Recently, my research has focused on coordination games and repeated games. 

Recent Publications