Professor of Economics, University of Cambridge
Matt Elliott has researched a wide range of issues in economics spanning development, international negotiations, financial markets, industrial organisation and labour markets. His current research interests include Networked Markets; Network Games; Bargaining; Cascades on Networks; Search; and Matching.
His background is an economic theorist, but his work includes laboratory experiments and field experiments. A common theme running through much of the work is the incorporation of networks into economic models, particularly models of markets.
He is co-coordinator for the Networks, Crowds and Markets Research Theme within the Janeway Institute Cambridge.