Ph.D. Stanford University
Research Areas:Game Theory, Microeconomic Theory
Office:9238 Bunche Hall
Alexander Bloedel is an Assistant Professor of Economics at UCLA. He is an economic theorist studying topics in information economics, mechanism design, dynamic games, and bounded rationality. His recent research focuses on (i) costly information acquisition/processing (e.g., “rational inattention”) in both single-agent and strategic settings, and (ii) dynamic incentive problems with applications in macroeconomics and political economy. Prior to joining UCLA, he was a Linde Postdoctoral Scholar at Caltech and received his Ph.D. from Stanford University.