Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge
Prior to his role at Cambridge University Dr Flavio Toxvaerd was a Lecturer in Economics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In addition he is a Research Affiliate in the Centre for Economic Policy Research, Faculty Research Fellow in the Centre for Research in Microeconomics at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow, Clare College, Cambridge. He received an Early Career Fellowship from the University of Cambridge Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) in 2011.
His research focuses mostly on economic dynamics and intertemporal choice, spanning microeconomic theory, game theory, corporate finance and industrial organisation, as well as games of infection - economic and game theoretic epidemiology.
His current research projects include
- Endogenous Propagation of Rumours
- Infection, Acquired Immunity and Externalities in Prevention
- Externalities and the Theory of Vaccination
- Limit Pricing with Recurrent Shocks
- Regulatory Competition