Photograph by George Bergman

I’m currently on sabbatical leave.

In winter and spring of 2024, I am a visiting professor of economics at London Business School. My office is RB.A1.06 and I’m usually around in the middle of the week.

This spring I’ll be teaching a graduate (half-)course at LBS called “Market Design”. We meet every Wednesday from 10 April at 12.45-3.30pm in LT5. All economics, finance, MSO graduate students are very welcome!

In the autumn of 2023, I was at “Mathematics and Computer Science of Market and Mechanism Design” programme at  Simons-Laufer Mathematical Sciences Institute with a joint appointment at the Department of Mathematics at U.C. Berkeley. I taught a graduate course called  “Market Design” (MATH272; syllabus).

I’m a Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics, University of Oxford, a Tutorial Fellow at St. Catherine’s College, and a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School. I direct the Oxford University Business Economics Programme.

My research interests lie mainly in market design and the economics of networks. I am also interested in environmental economics and am part of the Leverhulme Centre for Nature Recovery.

I often advise companies, governments and NGOs on auction and market design.

I am also co-founder of Refugees.AI, an organisation that is developing new technology for refugee resettlement (originally funded by Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship).