Jon Eguia

Assistant Professor of Politics and Economics
BS Malaga University 2002; MS Caltech 2004; PhD Caltech 2007.

Areas of Research/Interest: Political Economy, Public Economics, Formal Political Theory and Game Theory

About Me: I have moved to the University of Bristol. Please visit my website http://www.bristol.ac.uk/economics/people/jon-x-eguia

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Select Publications:

1. The Origin of Parties: Theory, and Evidence from the United States Congress 1789-1797.” Economics and Politics, accepted for publication.

2. "On the Spatial Representation of Preference Profiles."(2013). Economic Theory 52(1): 103-128.

3. "A Spatial Theory of Party Formation." (2012). Economic Theory 49(3): 549-570.

4. "Voting Blocs, Party Discipline, and Party Formation." (2011). Games and Economic Behavior 73(1): 111-135.

5. "Foundations of Spatial Preferences." (2011). Journal of Mathematical Economics 47(2): 200-205.

6. "Endogenous Parties in an Assembly."  (2011). American Journal of Political Science 55(1): 16-26.

7. "Utility Representations of Risk Neutral Preferences in Multiple Dimensions." (2009). Quarterly Journal of Political Science 4(4): 379-385. 

8. "Cohesion, Insurance and Redistribution," with Federico Echenique (2007). Quarterly Journal of Political Science 2(4): 287-305

9. "Citizen Candidates under Uncertainty" (2007). Social Choice and Welfare 29(2):317-331.

10. "United We Vote" (2007). Journal of Public Economic Theory 9(4): 1-33.

11. "Contested Elections in a Citizen Candidate Model" (2006). Economics & Politics 18: 95-102.

Working Papers

1.  "Equilibrium Selection in Sequential Games with Imperfect Information" with A. Llorente-Saguer, R. Morton and A. Nicolo. December 2013. SSRN wp 2369420.

2. "Endogenous Agendas and Seniority Advantage" with K. Shepsle. August 2012. SSRN working paper 2105134.

3. "On the Efficiency of Partial Information in Elections," with A. Nicolo (2011). SSRN working paper 1931040.

4. A Theory of Discrimination and Assimilation.” Aug. 2010. SSRN working paper 1657144.

5. "Asset Pricing and Asymmetric Reasoning" with E. Asparouhova, P. Bossaerts and W. Zame. Revise and resubmit at the Journal of Political Economy.

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