Meg Meyer's Papers

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Selecting the Best when Selection is hard (with Mikhail Drugov and Marc Möller)

Bullet Point Beyond Correlation: Measuring Interdependence Through Complementarities, with Bruno Strulovici; link to July 2010 draft, entitled "The Supermodular Stochastic Ordering"

Bullet Point Robustness of Full Revelation in Multisender Cheap Talk, with Inés Moreno de Barreda and Julia Nafziger, forthcoming Theoretical Economics; link to Aug. 2016 version

Bullet Point Gaming and Strategic Opacity in Incentive Provision, with Florian Ederer and Richard Holden, forthcoming Rand Journal of Economics

Reputational Incentives for Biased Evaluators, with Christopher Avery

Bullet Point Learning and Self-Reinforcing Behavior, with Jeffrey Zwiebel

The Incentive Effects of Interim Performance Evaluations, with Alessandro Lizzeri and Nicola Persico

Interdependence in Multivariate Distributions: Stochastic Dominance Theorems and an Application to the Measurement of Ex Post Inequality Under Uncertainty

The Internal Organization of Firms


Work in Progress

Choosing Joint Distributions: Theory and Application to Information Design

Gaming and Stochastic Contracts: Experimental Evidence (with Edoardo Gallo)

A Welfare Analysis of a Steady-State Model of Observational Learning (with Eszter Kabos)

Assignment Protocols with Informational Frictions