Dr Simone Tonin
PhD in Economics, University of Glasgow
Simone Tonin joined Durham University Business School in September 2015. His main research interests are economic theory and general equilibrium theory with imperfect competition.
Simone joined Durham University Business School as a Lecturer in September 2015. He received his PhD in Economics from the University of Glasgow.
- Economic Theory
- General Equilibrium Theory with Imperfect Competition
- Strategic Market Games
- foundations of market power in general equilibrium models
- Busetto, F., Codognato, G. & Tonin, S. (2015). Nondictatorial Arrovian Social Welfare Functions: An Integer Programming Approach.. In Individual and Collective Choice and Social Welfare: essays in honor of Nick Baigent, Studies in Choice and Welfare. Binder, C., Codognato, G., Teschl, M. & Xu, Y. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer. 149-169.
- Lombardi, M & Tonin, S (2019). On Trade in Bilateral Oligopolies with Altruistic and Spiteful Agents. Economic Theory Bulletin
- Busetto, F., Codognato, G. & Tonin, S. (2018). Integer Programming on Domains Containing Inseparable Ordered Pairs. Research in Economics 72(4): 428-434.
- Busetto, F., Codognato, G., Ghosal, S., Julien, L. & Tonin, S. (2018). Noncooperative Oligopoly in Markets with a Continuum of Traders and a Strongly Connected Set of Commodities.. Games and Economic Behavior 108: 478-485.
- Busetto, F., Codognato, G. & Tonin, S. (2018). Kalai and Muller's Possibility Theorem: A Simplified Integer Programming Version. Review of Economic Design 22(3-4): 149-157.
- Ghosal, S. & Tonin, S. (2018). Noncooperative oligopoly in economies with infinitely many commodities and traders.. Games and Economic Behavior 109: 184-200.
- Tonin, S. (2017). L'Economia Dei Giganti.. Economia e Politica: Rivista online di critica della poltica economica (9): 1-5.
- Codognato, G., Ghosal, S. & Tonin, S. (2015). Atomic Cournotian Traders May Be Walrasian.. Journal of Economic Theory 159(Part A): 1-14.
- Busetto, Francesca Codognaton, Giulio & Tonin, Simone (2017). Nondictatorial Arrovian Social Welfare Functions, Simple Majority Rule, and Integer Programming.. 11.