Welcome to Jeff Ely Microeconomic Theory, Game Theory, Behavioral Economics, Evolution

Sequential Information Design

Updated: May 27, 2020

Joint with Laura Doval

We study games of incomplete information as both the information structure and the extensive-form vary. An analyst may know the payoff-relevant data but not the players’ private information, nor the extensive-form that governs their play. Alternatively, a designer may be able to build a mechanism from these ingredients. We characterize all outcomes that can arise in an equilibrium of some extensive-form with some information structure. We do this for a range of extensive-form solution concepts.

Read here.

Supplemental Material

A Note on Bayes’ Rule Where Possible

Watch my presentation of the paper here