Maher Said

Assistant Professor of Economics
NYU Stern School of Business

I am a microeconomic theorist at New York University Stern School of Business, which I joined in July 2014. Before joining NYU Stern, I worked at the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis, and earlier as a postdoctoral researcher at Microsoft Research New England. I received my Ph.D. in Economics from Yale University.

My work is at the intersection of game theory and industrial organization, with a primary focus on dynamic mechanism design and dynamic auctions. My research explores the optimal design of auctions, contracts, and markets in the presence of persistent informational asymmetries.


Evaluating Strategic Forecasters” (with Rahul Deb and Mallesh Pai), February 2017 (NEW)

Dynamic Screening with Limited Commitment” (with Rahul Deb), Journal of Economic Theory, 2015, 159(B), 891-928

The Value of (Bounded) Memory in a Changing World” (with Daniel Monte), Economic Theory, 2014, 56(1), 59-82

Progressive Screening: Long-Term Contracting with a Privately Known Stochastic Process” (with Raphael Boleslavsky), Review of Economic Studies, 2013, 80(1), 1-34

Auctions with Dynamic Populations: Efficiency and Revenue Maximization,” Journal of Economic Theory, 2012, 147(6), 2419-2438

Sequential Auctions with Randomly Arriving Buyers,” Games and Economic Behavior, 2011, 73(1), 236-243

"Dynamic Auctions” (with Dirk Bergemann), in Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science, 2011

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