Daniel Chen

About Me

I am a fourth year PhD student in Economics at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. My primary research fields are microeconomic theory and financial economics. I am interested in problems related to information, moral hazard, the effects of the strategic avoidance of price impact, and the design and function of financial markets.

Contact me at dtchen@stanford.edu. Here is a link to my Curriculum Vitae.


Working Papers

  1. Market Fragmentation (with Darrell Duffie)
  2. Efficiency and Revenue in Linear-Quadratic Double Auctions (with Anthony Zhang)