Isabel Trevino

Associate Professor – Department of Economics


Sentiments, strategic uncertainty, and information structures in coordination games (with Michal Szkup), Games and Economic Behavior , 2020, 124: 534-553.

Coordination motives and competition for attention in information markets (with Simone Galperti), Journal of Economic Theory , 2020, 188.

Is response time predictive of choice? An experimental study of threshold strategies (with Andrew Schotter), Experimental Economics, 2021, 24(1): 87-117. Online appendix

Informational channels of financial contagion , Econometrica, 2020, Vol. 88(1): 297-335. Online appendix. Winner: 2021 Vernon L. Smith Excellence Award in Experimental Finance.

Personality, information acquisition, and choice under uncertainty: an experimental study (with Guillaume Frechette and Andrew Schotter) Economic Inquiry, 2017, 55(3): 1468-1488.

Information acquisition in global games of regime change (with Michal Szkup) Journal of Economic Theory, 2015, Vol. 160: 387-428. Online appendix

Belief elicitation in the laboratory (with Andrew Schotter) Annual Review of Economics, 2014, Vol. 6: 103-128.