Francisco Poggi

Francisco Poggi

PhD Candidate

Northwestern University

Welcome!

I am a microeconomic theorist currently finishing my PhD at Northwestern University.

In my research, I use advance methods to answer questions of policy and practical relevance. My research is focused on the dynamics of information acquisition and experimentation. More broadly, I’m interested in innovation and the design of laws and organizations.

I will be available for interviews on the 2020–21 job market.

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Interests

  • Microeconomic Theory
  • Law and Economics
  • Information Economics
  • Innovation

Education

  • PhD in Economics, 2021 (Expected)

    Northwestern University

  • MA in Economics, 2013

    Universidad de San Andrés

  • BA in Economics, 2012

    Universidad de San Andrés

Work in Progress

Delayed disclosure.

with Ludvig Sinander

A principal owns a project, and recruits an agent to learn about its viability. The agent’s participation over time is observable and costly. Learning is private, allowing the agent to delay the (verifiable) disclosure of any discoveries. The principal incentivises the agent by promising a (history-dependent and possibly random) share of any revenue generated. What is the optimal contract?

Teaching Experience

 
 
 
 
 

Teaching Assistant: Econ 410-1

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Sep 2019 – Dec 2019

Contact

  • 2211 Campus Drive, Evanston, IL 60208