Introduction to the mathematical and Statistical Foundations of Econometrics by Herman Bierens published by Cambridge University Press in 2004 is becoming a popular graduate textbook for a course in Statistics and Probability and a solid reference for anyone who wants to study the statistical foundations of modern econometrics.
- The Human Capital Foundation has made a substantial gift to the center for 2013/2014 as part of an on going commitment to CAPCP. The funding will be used for an upcoming major conference, graduate students, and conducting research on asymmetric auctions.
- Vijay Krishna, in collaboration with John Morgan from UC Berkeley, was awarded a three-year grant starting in 2005 by the National Science Foundation on Mechanism Design with Imperfect Commitment.
- Kerem Cosar, http://faculty.chicagobooth.edu/kerem.cosar/, is Assistant Professor at the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago
- Felix Tintlenot, http://felix-tintelnot.wikidot.com/home, is Assistant Professor in the Economics Department at the University of Chicago
- Isa Hafalir, Carnegie Mellon University, Essays in Microeconomic Theory, advisor: Vijay Krishna.
- Daniel Xu, New York University, Structural Analysis of Productivity Heterogeneity, Firm Turnover and Industry Dynamics, advisor: Mark Roberts.
- Edward Green in collaboration with Hiroshi Fujiki and Akira Yamazaki are publishing the paper Incentive-efficient risk sharing in a settlement mechanism in the Journal of Economic Theory.
- Herman Bierens has a paper accepted for publication at the Journal of Econometrics on the Econometrics Analysis of Linearized Singular Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium Models.
- James Jordan has a paper accepted for publication at the Journal of Economic Theory on Pillage and Property.
- Robert C. Marshall in collaboration with Leslie M. Marx from Duke University has a paper accepted for publication at Journal of Economic Theory on Bidder Collusion.
Auction Theory by Vijay Krishna published by the Academic Press in 2002 is now a popular graduate textbook for courses in Microeconomics, Game theory and Auctions and a reference for anyone who wants to explore issues on auctions. A second edition in under preparation.