Jesse Bull

 

Associate Professor

Department of Economics, DM 321

Florida International University

Miami, FL 33199

bullj “at” fiu.edu

 

PhD: University of California, San Diego, 2001

 

 

 

 

                        I am on sabbatical for academic year 2013-2014.  If you need to get in touch with me, email is the best option. 

 

 

                       

                        Research

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Publications:

“Third-Party Budget Breakers and Side Contracting in Team Production,” Economics Bulletin, 32: 3 (2012), 2606-2614.

“An Economic Analysis of Legal Reasoning,” with Juan Javier del Granado, International Journal of Contemporary Laws (2012), Vol 1, 4.

“Costly Evidence and Systems of Fact-Finding,” Bulletin of Economic Research, 61 (2009) 103-125.

“Mechanism Design with Moderate Evidence Cost,” Contributions in Theoretical Economics, Vol. 8: No. 1 (2008), Article 15.

“Costly Evidence Production and the Limits of Verifiability,” Topics in Theoretical Economics, Vol. 8: No. 1 (2008), Article 18.

“Hard Evidence and Mechanism Design,” with Joel Watson, Games and Economic Behavior, 58 (2007) 75-93.

“Evidence Disclosure and Verifiability,” with Joel Watson, Journal of Economic Theory, 118 (2004) 1-31.

 

                     Instructor’s Manual for Strategy: An Introduction to Game Theory, with Joel Watson, W.W. Norton, 2001. 

Instructor’s Manual for Strategy: An Introduction to Game Theory, with Joel Watson, W.W. Norton, Second edition, 2008.

Instructor’s Manual for Strategy: An Introduction to Game Theory, with Joel Watson, W.W. Norton, Third edition, 2011.

 

Working Papers:

“Interrogation Procedures and Evidence”

 

Current Research:

“Evidence Disclosure, Negotiation, and Language.”

“Communication Constraints and the Meaning of Language.”

“Tenure, Turnover, and Age Discrimination,” with Richard Chisik.

Other assorted projects on evidence, information, and contracts.