Daniel G. Stephenson

Assistant Professor of Economics

Virginia Commonwealth Univeristy

stephensod@vcu.edu


Curriculum Vitae


Research Interests

experimental economics, game theory, behavioral economics, mechanism design, contests

Publications

Coordination and Evolutionary Dynamics: When are Evolutionary Models Reliable?
Games and Economic Behavior (2018)

Continuous-Time Experiments (Book Chapter with Alexander L. Brown)
The Handbook of Experimental Game Theory (forthcoming)

Working Papers

Price Signaling and Bargain Hunting in Markets with Partially Informed Populations

Continuous Feedback in School Choice Mechanisms

Multi-Battle Contests over Complementary Battlefields

Predicting Behavior in Disequilibrium in Continuous Space and Time

Research in Progress

Price Stability in Continuous Asset Markets

Pricing under Quality Uncertainty (with Mark Schneider)

Feedback in Rationing Mechanisms (With Alexander Brown and Rodrigo Velez)

Convergence to Equilibrium in Multi-Battle Contests

Conference Presentations

2018 Stony Brook International Conference on Game Theory

2018 Contests: Theory and Evidence Annual Conference

2016 Texas Economic Theory Camp

2016 Texas Experimental Economics Symposium

2015 Economic Science Association North American Meeting

2014 Economic Science Association North American Meeting

2014 Economic Science Association European meeting

2013 Economic Science Association World Meeting

Teaching

SCMA 524, Statistical Fundamentals for Business Management, Virginia Commonwealth Univeristy

Econ 202, Principles of Economics, Texas A&M University

Econ 459, Games and Economic Behavior, Texas A&M University

Awards

The John Van Huyck Graduate Fellowship
  Department of Economics, Texas A&M University, 2016

The S. Charles Maurice Graduate Fellowship
  Department of Economics, Texas A&M University, 2015

Outstanding Graduate Instructor in Upper Level Economics
  Department of Economics, Texas A&M University, 2015

Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant
  National Science Foundation, 2014

Best Fourth Year Presentation Award
  Department of Economics, Texas A&M University, 2014