The Center for Study of Public Choice
Economics Department

Tim Groseclose


During the 2016-17 academic year, the work of Tim Groseclose was mentioned by several media outlets, including National Review, Investors Business Daily,, The American Thinker, and The Washington Times. Dr. Groseclose completed two working papers that examine mathematical models of game theory. One re-examines the "Coase Conjecture" on monopoly pricing, and another computes the equilibrium to a bargaining model in which, like President-Senate negotiations over judicial appointments, only one player has the formal power to make a proposal. Dr. Groseclose organized and hosted the "Virginia Political Economy Conference," where approximately a dozen scholars from George Mason, Princeton, Caltech, and Stanford presented their research.

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