Publications

Characterizing the Strategic Impact of Misspecified Beliefs
Yi-Chun Chen, Alfredo Di Tillio, Eduardo Faingold and Siyang Xiong
The Review of Economic Studies, 84(4),1424–1471 (2017)
Online appendix.

Reputation in Continuous-Time Games
Eduardo Faingold and Yuliy Sannikov
Econometrica, 79(3), 773-876 (2011).
Review at NAJ Economics. Online appendix.

Uniform Topologies on Types
Yi-Chun Chen, Alfredo Di Tillio, Eduardo Faingold and Siyang Xiong
Theoretical Economics, 5, 445-478 (2010).

Papers under review

Reputation and the Flow of Information in Repeated Games R&R, Econometrica.

Working papers

The Structure of Priors and Common Priors
Alfredo Di Tillio, Eduardo Faingold and Dov Samet

Stochastic Games with Imperfect Public Information in Continuous Time
Eduardo Faingold and Yuliy Sannikov

The Value of a Reputation under Imperfect Monitoring: an Example
Martin W. Cripps and Eduardo Faingold

Bad Reputation and Limited Memory
Eduardo Faingold, Yoshifumi Hino and Yasusyuki Miyahara

Maintaining a Reputation in Continuous Time
Eduardo Faingold

In progress

Approaching Common Knowledge from Private Observations
Alfredo Di Tillio, Eduardo Faingold, Dov Samet, Omer Tamuz

Discrete-Time Approximations of Continuous-Time Games with Imperfect Public Information
Eduardo Faingold and Yuliy Sannikov

Filtering and Equilibrium in Repeated Games with Private Monitoring
Eduardo Faingold, Jonathan Hauenstein, Johannes Hörner and Yuliy Sannikov

Real Options, Moral Hazard and Limited Liability
Eduardo Faingold and Suvi Vasama


Early Papers Incorporated in Later Work

Building a Reputation under Frequent Decisions, incorporated in “Reputation and the Flow of Information” and “Maintaining a Reputation in Continuous Time.”

Genericity of Critical Types, with Yi-Chun Chen, Alfredo Di Tillio and Siyang Xiong, incorporated in “Characterizing the Strategic Impact of Misspecified Beliefs.”

How Common are Common-Prior Types?, with Yi-Chun Chen, Alfredo Di Tillio and Siyang Xiong, incorporated in “Characterizing the Strategic Impact of Misspecified Beliefs.”