Alex Frankel
Alex Frankel
University of Chicago, Booth School of Business
Verified email at chicagobooth.edu
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Year
Suspense and surprise
J Ely, A Frankel, E Kamenica
Journal of Political Economy 123 (1), 215-260, 2015
2272015
Aligned delegation
A Frankel
American Economic Review 104 (1), 66-83, 2014
1112014
Muddled information
N Kartik, A Frankel
Journal of Political Economy (forthcoming), 2017
57*2017
Delegating multiple decisions
A Frankel
American economic journal: Microeconomics 8 (4), 16-53, 2016
272016
Quantifying information and uncertainty
A Frankel, E Kamenica
American Economic Review 109 (10), 3650-80, 2019
262019
What kind of central bank competence?
A Frankel, N Kartik
Theoretical Economics 13 (2), 697-727, 2018
23*2018
Discounted quotas
A Frankel
Journal of Economic Theory 166, 396-444, 2016
22*2016
Taxation of couples under assortative mating
A Frankel
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 6 (3), 155-77, 2014
222014
Selecting applicants
A Frankel
21*2019
Experts and their records
A Frankel, M Schwarz
Economic Inquiry 52 (1), 56-71, 2014
17*2014
Improving information from manipulable data
A Frankel, N Kartik
arXiv preprint arXiv:1908.10330, 2019
132019
Which findings should be published?
A Frankel, M Kasy
122018
A note on interval delegation
M Amador, K Bagwell, A Frankel
Economic Theory Bulletin 6 (2), 239-249, 2018
102018
Contracting over Actions
AP Frankel
PQDT-Global, 2011
32011
Information hierarchies
B Brooks, AP Frankel, E Kamenica
Available at SSRN 3448870, 2019
22019
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