Sean M. Collins
Associate Professor of Economics
Email: [email protected]
Lincoln Center Campus: Lowenstein 924G
Ph.D., Florida State University
- Financial Economics
- Experimental Economics
Dr. Collins is an Associate Professor of Economics at Fordham University, teaching primarily at the Lincoln Center campus. His research seeks to address unanswered questions in market structure and microstructure (micro and financial economics) with laboratory experiments: small-scale randomized controlled trials. He teaches microeconomics, financial economics, and ethics. Dr. Collins's scholarly work is published in peer-reviewed journals including The Journal of Law and Economics, Quantitative Economics, and Games and Economic Behavior.
Price-Setting and Attainment of Equilibrium: Posted Offers Versus an Administered Price, with Duncan James, Maroš Servátka, and Daniel Woods. Games and Economic Behavior, 106, pp. 277-293, 2017.
"Relay the Right Way: Harnessing Heterogeneity in Sequential Team Production". Managerial and Decision Economics, 37 (6), pp.407-423, 2016.
Fundamentals, Momentum, and Bubbles in Experimental Asset Markets, with Alisa G. Brink. Review of Behavioral Finance 8 (1), pp.17-38, 2016.
Response Mode and Stochastic Choice Together Explain Preference Reversals, with Duncan James. Quantitative Economics 6 (3), pp. 825-856, 2015.
Holdout: Existence, Information, and Contingent Contracting, with R. Mark Isaac. Journal of Law and Economics 55 (4), pp. 793-814, 2012.
Books and Book Chapters
Experiments in Financial Economics. Research in Experimental Economics, Vol. 16. Edited by Sean M. Collins, R. Mark Isaac, and Douglas A. Norton. Bingley: Emerald Press, 2013.