Room number: CB303
Tel: +44 20 7882 8821
Fax: +44 20 8983 3580
Office hours: Tuesday 11:00 - 13:00
Research keywords: Microeconomic Theory
Nizar's research interests are mainly in Microeconomic Theory, Public Economics and Game Theory. In addition to his work on No-Arbitrage conditions in assets markets, he is currently elaborating some work on Tiebout economies with overlapping clubs/jurisdictions and multiple memberships. His work on Tiebout/Clubs economies will have some game theoretic and pricing applications to general networks.
- Allouch N., (2002) "An Equilibrium Existence Result with Short Selling" Journal of Mathematical Economics
- Allouch N.,(2002) "The Geometry of Arbitrage and the Existence of Competitive Equilibrium" Journal of Mathematical Economics (with C. Le Van and F. Page)
- Allouch N. (2003) "A Note on Two Notions of Arbitrage" Economics Bulletin,vol. 4.
- Allouch N. (2004) "Edgeworth and Walras Equilibrium of an Arbitrage-Free Exchange Economy" Economic Theory (with M. Florenzano)
- Allouch, N., (2006 ), Arbitrage, equilibrium, and nonsatiation (with Cuong Le Van and
Frank Page), Journal of Mathematical Economics.
- Allouch, N. (forthcoming) Walras and dividends equilibrium with possibly satiated consumers, (with Cuong Le Van) , Journal of Mathematical Economics.
- Allouch, N. (forthcoming) On the non-emptiness of the fuzzy core (with Arkadi Predtetchinski), International Journal of Game Theory.
- Allouch, N. (forthcoming) Price Taking Equilibrium in Club Economies with Multiple Memberships and Unbounded Club Sizes (with Myrna Wooders), Journal of Economic Theory.