I was fortunate to have my D.Phil thesis, Essays on Auctions, jointly supervised by Paul Klemperer and Vince Crawford.

I am equally grateful to Alan Beggs and Martin Pesendorfer for being my examiners, and providing excellent feedback.

A list of my current papers is below.

Accepted or Published

The Impact of Auction Choice on Revenue in Treasury Bill Auctions - An Empirical Evaluation (International Journal of Industrial Organization,  2017)


Auctions for quota: A primer and perspectives for the future (Fisheries Research, 2017)


Fear not the simplicity - An experimental analysis of auctions for complements (Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2018)


Central counterparty auction design (with Gerardo Ferrara and Xin Li; 2020, Journal of Financial Market Infrastructures, earlier draft: Bank of England Working Paper, 2017)


Media Coverage

Don't run CCP auctions by fear, study argues (discussing: Central counterparty auction design, article, June 2020)


Under revision / Working Papers

EPIC Fail: How Below-Bid Pricing Backfires in Multiunit Auctions  (with Sanna Laksá and Alex Teytelboym, CIRJE Working Paper, 2018)

Revisiting the Anglo-Dutch Auction (CIRJE Working Paper, 2016)

Testing the Validity of Non-Parametric Value Estimates in Treasury Bill Auctions Using Top-Up Auction Data (CIRJE Working Paper, 2018)

Auctions for complements: theories vs experiments (2018) (with Alexander Levkun and Alex Teytelboym )

Treasury Auction Performance and Bidder Behavior in the Presence of a Strategic Auctioneer: Evidence from the Philippines (with Eduardo Mariño, CIRJE Working Paper, 2020

Piracy as promotion? The importance of diffusion in the music industry. (with María Martín-Rodríguez, CIRJE Working Paper, 2020)

Mandatory reserve requirements in medical procurement auctions: Evidence from Finland. (with Janne Sirniö, in preparation)