Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania)
Associate Editor, Journal of Economic Theory
Phone: 614-292-0182 Fax: 292-3906
Office: 440 Arps Hall
James Peck, Professor, joined the department in
Separating Insight from Bayesian Updating: An Experimental Investigation, by: Dan Levin, James Peck, and Asen Ivanov, April 2013.
A Battle of Informed Traders and the Market Game Foundations for Rational Expectations Equilibrium, September 2011, latest revision May 2013.
Bank Runs Model with a Continuum of Types, by: Yaron Azrieli and James
Peck, working paper version of JET 2012 paper.
Behavioral Biases, Informational Externalities, and Efficiency in Endogenous-Timing Herding Games: An Experimental Study, by: Asen Ivanov, Dan Levin, and James Peck, November 2012.
Foresight, and Insight: An Experimental Study of a Small-Market Investment
Game with Common and Private Values, by: Asen Ivanov, Dan Levin, and
James Peck, working paper version of AER 2009 paper.
Cycles, Strategic Delay, and Self-Reversing Cascades, by: James Peck
and Huanxing Yang, working paper version of IER 2011 paper.
with Random Demand and Costless Search: A Theory of Price Posting, by:
Raymond Deneckere and James Peck, working paper version of Econometrica 2012 paper. Web
Disclosure and Competition, by: Dan Levin, James Peck, and Lixin
Ye, working paper version of JIE 2009 paper.
Dynamics with Common and Private Values, by: Dan Levin and James Peck,
working paper version of JET 2008 paper.
Aversion, Games Against Nature, and Dynamic Consistency, by: Emre
Ozdenoren and James Peck, working paper version of GEB 2008 paper.
Market Games with Demand Uncertainty, working paper version of JET
Bank Runs, by: James Peck and Karl Shell, working paper version of
JPE 2003 paper.
To Grab for the Market or to Bide One's
Time: A Dynamic
Model of Entry, by: Dan Levin and James Peck, Rand Journal,
A Note on Competing Mechanisms and the Revelation Principle, August 1997.
Principles of Microeconomics (honors, old quarter course)
501.02 Intermediate Microeconomics (calculus, old quarter course)
5001 Introduction to Game Theory (undergraduate)
Econ 8712 Microeconomic Theory 1B
Game Theory (graduate)
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