Profile

Abhimanyu
Khan
Assistant Professor
Department of Economics
School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SoHSS)
121.M
Block-C, Shiv Nadar University
Dadri Uttar Pradesh
India
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Profile Summary 

Abhimanyu Khan's research interests lie in applied microeconomic theory, applied game theory and networks.

His personal website is https://sites.google.com/site/abhimanyukhan/

Educational Qualifications 
2004
B.Sc. (Hons) in Economics
Delhi University
2006
M.S. (Quantitative Economics)
Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata
2009
M.S (Economics)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
2014
Ph.D. (Economics)
Maastricht University
Work Experience 
11/17Present
Assistant Professor,
Shiv Nadar University,
Gautam Buddha Nagar, Uttar Pradesh
I currently work here
09/14
08/17
Postdoctoral Research Fellow,
Institute of New Economic Thinking (INET), University of Cambridge,
Cambridge, UK
Teaching & Research Interests: 

Research Fields: Applied Microeconomic Theory, Applied Game Theory, Networks

Courses taught: Advanced Microeconomics (Undergraduate), Microeconomics I (Post graduate), Industrial Organisation (Postgraduate)

Scholarly Activity

Evolution of behavior when duopolists choose prices and quantities [2020] (with Ronald Peeters), Dynamic Games and Applications Vol 10 (2): 493-508 Download Paper
Imitation and price competition in a differentiated market [2017] (with Ronald Peeters), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control Vol 82: 177-194  Download paper
Imitation by price and quantity setting firms in a differentiated market [2015] (with Ronald Peeters), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control (2015) Vol 53: 28-36 Download paper
Network characteristics enabling efficient coordination: A simulation study [2015] (with Ronald Peeters, Frank Thuijsman and Philippe Uyttendaele), Dynamic Games and Applications Vol 6 (4): 495-519 Download paper
Coordination under global random interaction and local imitation [2014], International Journal of Game Theory Vol 43 (4): 721-745 Download paper
Cognitive hierarchies in adaptive play [2014] (with Ronald Peeters), International Journal of Game Theory Vol 43 (4): 903-924 Download paper