Behavioral economics; Experimental economics; Game theory; Strategic uncertainty.
Evan Calford is a Senior Lecturer in Economics, and a John Mitchell Fellow. A member of the John Mitchell Poverty Lab, Evan researches in the fields of experimental economics, behavioural economics and game theory. In particular, he is interested in applications of ambiguity aversion and other behavioural models of uncertainty to game theory. Evan’s work improves our understanding of the relationship between continuous time models and behavior in a discrete world, explores the relationship between uncertainty about chance events and uncertainty about human behavior, and provides improved techniques for measuring human preferences. Evan’s research has been published in a number of top-ranked academic journals including Econometrica, Journal of Economic Theory, Experimental Economics, and Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.
Continuity, Inertia and Strategic Uncertainty: A Test of the Theory of Continuous Time Games. Econometrica (2017), 85 (3), 915-935 (with Ryan Oprea)
External and Internal Consistency of Choices made in Convex Time Budgets. Experimental Economics (2017), 20 (3), 687-706 (with Anujit Chakraborty, Yoram Halevy and Guidon Fenig)
Uncertainty Aversion in Game Theory: Experimental Evidence. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (2020), 176, 720-734
Mixed Strategies and Preference for Randomization in Games with Ambiguity Averse Agents. Journal of Economic Theory (2021), 197(105326)
Ambiguity and enforcement. Experimental Economics (2022), (with Gregory DeAngelo)