Professor Matthew Elliott
Applied Microeconomic Theory, Networks, Game Theory and Political Economy
I am a microeconomic theorist interested in networks, information, game theory and political economy. My main focus is to study the transmission of information, in particular in relation to networks. My more general work applies theoretical tools to political economy such as conflicts or crime.
I am expecting to obtain my PhD in Economics from Bocconi University in January 2022. I previously studied in HEC Lausanne, Switzerland, where I obtained my undergraduate and graduate diplomas in 2013 and 2016 respectively.