Professor of Economics
Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences
Research by Tim Salmon, Ph.D., focuses on issues related to applied game theory, auction theory and design, experimental economics and learning behavior in strategic games. His work also includes the examination of the basis of political preferences and the design of mechanisms to decrease corruption in developing countries.
Salmon is a co-editor of Economic Inquiry, associate editor for the Journal of Socio-Economics and the Review of Behavioral Economics and is a member of the editorial board for Experimental Economics.
He has taught courses on game theory, theory of industrial organization, managerial economics, and experimental economics.
- Applied Game Theory
- Auction Theory / Applied Auction Design
- Experimental Economics
- Learning Behavior in strategic games
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