maciej h kotowski



maciej h kotowski Maciej H. Kotowski
Associate Professor
John F. Kennedy School of Government
Harvard University

e-mail: maciej_kotowski [at] hks.harvard.edu

office: L-210 at Harvard Kennedy School [ map ]
office hours: by appointment only

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about me


I am an Associate Professor of Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School. My research and teaching focus on microeconomic theory. I am particularly interested in auctions, mechanism and market design, game theory, and matching markets.
[ pdf ] Curriculum Vitae | December 9, 2016.



teaching


I am not teaching any courses in the spring 2017 term. Recently I have taught the following courses.

Advanced Microeconomic Analysis I [api 109 :: fall 2016]
Microeconomic Theory I [api 111 / econ 2020a / hbs 4010 :: fall 2016]


working papers


Endowments, Exclusion, and Exchange (with Ivan Balbuzanov)
[ pdf ] HKS Faculty Research Working Paper RWP17-016 | March 28, 2017.
Liquidity Risk in Sequential Trading Networks (with Shachar Kariv and C. Matthew Leister)
Multi-period Matching (with Sangram V. Kadam)
Time Horizons, Lattice Structures, and Welfare in Multi-period Matching Markets (with Sangram V. Kadam)
A Note on Stability in One-to-One, Multi-period Matching Markets
On Asymmetric Reserve Prices
First-Price Auctions with Budget Constraints
Signaling with Audits: Mimicry, Wasteful Expenditures, and Non-Compliance in a Model of Tax Enforcement (with David A. Weisbach and Richard J. Zeckhauser)
Trading Networks and Equilibrium Intermediation (with C. Matthew Leister)


published / forthcoming papers


If Many Seek, Ye Shall Find: Search Externalities and New Goods (with Richard J. Zeckhauser)
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, Forthcoming
Bribing in First-Price Auctions: Corrigendum (with Shiran Rachmilevitch)
Rules and Standards when Compliance Costs are Private Information (with David A. Weisbach and Richard J. Zeckhauser)
The War of Attrition and the Revelation of Valuable Information (with Fei Li)
Audits as Signals (with David A. Weisbach and Richard J. Zeckhauser)
On the Continuous Equilibria of Affiliated-Value, All-Pay Auctions with Private Budget Constraints (with Fei Li)
Auction Choice for Ambiguity-Averse Sellers Facing Strategic Uncertainty: Comment


other documents / professional matters


In compliance with conflict of interest policies at Harvard Kennedy School, here [ pdf ] you can find a statement outlining my outside professional activities and potential conflicts of interest.