Guilherme Carmona

Professor Guilherme Carmona


Professor of Economics

Biography

Biography

After completing his PhD in Economics at the University of Minnesota in 2002, Professor Carmona joined the Faculty of Economics of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa in Lisbon (Portugal) as an Assistant Professor, where he obtained his Agregação in 2008. Shortly after, he moved to the Faculty of Economics at the University of Cambridge, first as a Visiting Lecturer during a sabbatical year from Nova, and then as a Lecturer from 2009 until 2012. In 2009 he became a Fellow of King's College (Cambridge). In 2012 he joined the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Surrey as a Professor of Economics.

Research interests

Professor Carmona has published several research papers on economic theory and game theory and also a book on the existence and stability of Nash equilibrium (published by World Scientific). Besides economic theory and game theory, his research interests include voting in large elections, dynamic risk sharing, experimental evidence in games, macroeconomic policy, financial and monetary economics.

My publications

Publications

Existence of Nash Equilibrium in Ordinal Games with Discontinuous Preferences (with Konrad Podczeck), Economic Theory, forthcoming.

Strategic Behavior in Non-Atomic Games (with Mehmet Barlo), Journal of Mathematical Economics, 60, 134-144, 2015.

Reducible Equilibrium Properties: Comments on Recent Existence Results, Economic Theory, forthcoming.

Existence of Nash Equilibrium in Games with a Measure Space of Players and Discontinuous Payoff Functions (with Konrad Podczeck), Journal of Economic Theory, 152, 130-178, 2014.

Existence and Stability of Nash Equilibrium, World Scientific Publishing, 2013.

Ex-Post Stability of Bayes-Nash Equilibria of Large Games (with Konrad Podczeck), Games and Economic Behavior, 74, 418-430, 2012.

Symposium on: Existence of Nash Equilibria in Discontinuous Games, Economic Theory, 48, 1-4, 2011.

Understanding Some Recent Existence Results for Discontinuous Games, Economic Theory, 48, 31-45, 2011.

Polytopes and the Existence of Approximate Equilibria in Discontinuous Games, Games and Economic Behavior, 68, 381-388, 2010.

Existence of Equilibrium in the Common Agency Model with Adverse Selection (with José Fajardo), Games and Economic Behavior, 66, 749-760, 2009.

An Existence Result for Discontinuous Games, Journal of Economic Theory, 144, 1333-1340, 2009.

On the Existence of Pure Strategy Nash Equilibria in Large Games (with Konrad Podczeck), Journal of Economic Theory, 144, 1300-1319, 2009.

Repeated Games with One-Memory (with Mehmet Barlo and Hamid Sabourian), Journal of Economic Theory, 144, 312-336, 2009.

A Remark on the Measurability of Large Games, Economic Theory, 39, 41-44, 2009.

Intermediate Preferences and Behavioral Conformity in Large Games, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 11, 9-25, 2009.

Purification of Bayesian-Nash Equilibria in Large Games with Compact Type and Action Spaces, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 44, 1302-1311, 2008.

On the Full Dimensionality Assumption for the Discounted Folk Theorem, Economics Letters, 99, 357-359, 2008.

Large Games with Countable Characteristics, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 44, 344-347, 2008.

Bank Failures Caused by Large Withdrawals: An Explanation Based Purely on Liquidity, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 43, 818-841, 2007.

A Strong Anti-Folk Theorem, International Journal of Game Theory, 34, 131-151, 2006.

On the Existence of Equilibria in Discontinuous Games: Three Counterexamples, International Journal of Game Theory, 33, 181-187, 2005.

On Games of Perfect Information: Equilibria, epsilon-Equilibria and Approximation by Simple Games, International Game Theory Review, 7, 491-499, 2005.

On the Purification of Nash Equilibria of Large Games, Economics Letters, 85, 215-219, 2004.