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Research Interests

Networked Markets; Network Games; Bargaining; Cascades on Networks; Search; Matching

Recent Publications

Published Papers

Elliott, M. and Nava, F. Decentralized Bargaining in Matching Markets: Efficient Stationary Equilibria and the Core, (2018) Theoretical Econoimcs, forthcoming
Elliott, M. and Golub, B. A network approach to public goods, (2018) Journal of Political Economy, forthcoming
Elliot, M. Inefficiencies in networked markets, (2015) American Economic Journal: Microeconomics
Elliot, M., Golub, B. and Jackson, M.O. Financial networks and contagion, (2014) American Economic Review
Elliott, M., Golub, B. and Kirilenko, A. How sharing information can garble expert's advice, (2014) American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings

Cambridge Working Papers in Economics

Elliott, M. and Golub, B. A Network Approach to Public Goods, (2018) CWPE1813
Agranov, M. and Elliott, M. Commitment and (In)Efficiency: A Bargaining Experiment, (2017) CWPE1743

Conference Publication

Elliott, M., Golub, B. and Leduc, M. V. Networked markets and relational contracts, (2017) Thirteenth International Conference on Web and Internet Economics, WINE 2017, Bangalore, India
Elliott, M. and Golub, B. A network approach to public goods, (2013) Fourteenth ACM Conference on electronic commerce, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Recent Activities

Faculty Members to speak at CERF in The City 2018 - Publication Date: 2018-01-31
Dr Elisa Faraglia and Dr Matt Elliott are to speak at the CERF in the City 2018 event on The Risks in Finacial Markets.

Workshop on Networks - Publication Date: 2017-04-04
Workshop on Networks will take place on April 21st 2017 in the Faculty of Economics, Keynes Room from 2.30pm to 5.30pm. Please register your interest in this event.

Keynes Fund Sponsored Projects

The Mapping of Rumours and Information Diffusion (JHOP)


PIIA Paper 1 - Michaelmas - Game Theory, Welfare, and Applications
E100 - Microeconomics

PhD Students


Alan Walsh
PhD Title: Network Formation: Theory and Applications
Sihua Ding
PhD Title: Introductions and Matching in a Network
Jin Deng Keith Chan
PhD Title: Evolutionary Market Games

Dr Matthew Elliott

University Lecturer

Research Group:
Microeconomic Theory

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Contact Details
Room: 42
Office Hours:
Undergraduates - 3-4pm Wednesday
Graduate Students - 12-1pm Mondays