Daniel G. Stephenson
Daniel G. Stephenson
PhD Candidate

Department of Economics
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843
dgstephenson@tamu.edu


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Research Interests

game theory, mechanism design, auctions, experimental economics, behavioral economics

Job Market Paper

Coordination and Evolutionary Dynamics: When are Evolutionary Models More Reliable?

Working Papers

Continuous Feedback in School Choice Mechanisms

Characterizing Persistant Disequilibrium Dynamics: Imitation or Optimization?

Conference Presentations

2013 Economic Science Association World Meeting, Zurich, Switzerland

2014 Economic Science Association European meeting in Prague, Czech Republic

2014 Economic Science Association North American Meeting, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

2015 Economic Science Association North American Meeting, Dallas, Texas

2016 Texas Experimental Economics Symposium, Houston, Texas

2016 Texas Economic Theory Camp, Houston, Texas

Teaching

Econ 202, Principles of Economics, Primary Instructor, Texas A&M University

Econ 459, Games and Economic Behavior, Primary Instructor, Texas A&M University

Econ 618, Behavioral Financial Economics, Teaching Assistant, Texas A&M University

Econ 449, Economics of Decision, Teaching Assistant, Texas A&M University

Awards

Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant
  National Science Foundation, 2014

The John Van Huyck Graduate Fellowship
  Department of Economics, Texas A&M University, 2016

The S. Charles Maurice Graduate Fellowship
  Department of Economics, Texas A&M University, 2015

Outstanding Graduate Instructor in Upper Level Economics
  Department of Economics, Texas A&M University, 2015

Best Fourth Year Presentation Award
  Department of Economics, Texas A&M University, 2014