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Research Interests


Economic theory and game theory

Recent Publications


Published Papers

Aidt, T.S., Chadha, J.S. and Sabourian, H. Breaking the Brexit impasse: Achieving a fair, legitimate and democratic outcome, (2019) National Institute Economic Review
Barlo, M., Carmona, G. and Sabourian, H. Bounded memory Folk Theorem, (2016) Journal of Economic Theory
Lee, J. and Sabourian, H. Complexity and repeated implementation, (2015) Journal of Economic Theory
Park, A. and Sabourian, H. Herding and contrarian behavior in financial markets, (2011) Econometrica
Sabourian, H. and Lee, J. Efficient repeated implementation, (2011) Econometrica

Cambridge Working Papers in Economics

De Mel, S., Munshi, K., Reiche, S. and Sabourian, H. Herding in Quality Assessment: An Application to Organ Transplantation, (2020) CWPE2052

Chapter in Book

Chatterjee, K. and Sabourian, H. Game theory and strategic complexity, (2012) in the book: Computational complexity: theory, techniques, and applications - Springer

Research Activities


Keynes Fund for Applied Economics Research Day
The Keynes Fund for Applied Economics will hold their 6th Research Day on the 12th June 2019, from 12.15pm - 4.00pm, in the Keynes Room, Faculty of Economics. Please register your interest.
Published on - Wednesday 12th June 2019

Breaking the Brexit impasse with indicative votes in Parliament
The House of Commons may be called upon to hold indicative votes on different Brexit options this week. How should this be organized to achieve a fair, legitimate and democratic outcome? Dr. Toke Aidt, Professor Hamid Sabourian and Professor Jagjit Chadha propose a way to break the impasse.
Published on - Monday 25th March 2019

How to Find Out What MPs Really Want
Dr. Toke Aidt, Professor Hamid Sabourian and Professor Jagjit Chadha have published an article for Prospect Magazine that looks into how a series of indicative votes could be used to break the Brexit deadlock in Parliament.
Published on - Tuesday 19th March 2019

Keynes Fund Call for Proposals
The Keynes Fund have announced their fourteenth Call for Projects. Proposals of high-quality projects consistent with the objectives and themes of the Keynes fund are solicited. The deadline for submissions is 28th March 2019.
Published on - Tuesday 5th March 2019

Breaking the Brexit impasse
Dr. Toke Aidt, Professor Hamid Sabourian and Professor Jagjit Chadha have published an article for VOXeu titled "Breaking the Brexit impasse: Achieving a fair, legitimate and democratic outcome", that looks at using a sequential voting system to make the democratic process fair to all views.
Published on - Friday 11th January 2019

Research Grants


Herding In Financial Markets (Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC))

Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)


The Cambridge-INET Institute
Coordinator for Information, Uncertainty and Incentives Research Theme

Keynes Fund Sponsored Projects


Munshi, K., de Mel, S., Reiche, S., Sabourian, H. and Saeb-Parsy, K., Herding in Organ Transplant Decisions (JHOW)

Teaching


Phd10 - Economic Theory

PhD Students


Supervisor

Jin Deng Keith Chan
PhD Title: Inequality and Inefficiency in Markets
Research: Bargaining in Markets, Bounded Rationality, Nature of Money
Tristan Hennig
PhD Title: Essays on Information in Financial Markets
Research: Financial Economics, Game Theory (Information Economics), Market Microstructure

Professor Hamid Sabourian













Professor of Economics and Game Theory

Research Group:
Microeconomic Theory

CV: Curriculum Vitae


Contact Details
Email: hs102@cam.ac.uk
Room: 48
Office Hours: By appointment
College: Fellow of King's College