Who am I?
Welcome to my webpage. I am Francesc Dilme, a Junior Professor at the University of Bonn. I do research in Applied Microeconomic Theory with a particular emphasis in dynamic models with asymmetric information and communication. See my CV for further details.
Shortlist of my research work
- Bargaining and Delay in Thin Markets (work in progress)
- Skewed Information Transmission (submitted)
- A Dynamic Theory of Random Price Discounts (submitted, joint with Daniel Garrett) (previous version)
- Likelihood Assignments in Extensive-Form Games (work in progress)
- Optimal Languages (submitted)
- Strategic Communication with a Small Conflict of Interest (submitted)
- Pre-Trade Private Investments (submitted) (previous version)
- Revenue Management without Commitment (joint with Fei Li, third revision at Review of Economic Studies)
- Reputation Building through Costly Adjustment (third revision at Journal of Economic Theory)
- Residual Deterrence (Online Appendix) (with Daniel Garrett, forthcoming at Journal of the European Economic Association, early version here and CEPR version here.)
- Dynamic Quality Signaling with Hidden Actions (accepted at Games and Economic Behavior)
- Noisy Signaling in Discrete Time (2017), Journal of Mathematical Economics 66: 13-25.
- Helping Behavior in Large Societies (2016), International Economic Review 57.4: 1261-1278.
- Dynamic Signaling with Dropout Risk (2016), American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 8(1): 57-82 (joint with Fei Li).