Navin Kartik

  • Discipline: Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics
  • Organization: University of California, San Diego

Navin Kartik is Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of California, San Diego. His main fields of interest are Microeconomics, Game Theory, and Political Economy.

Prof. Kartik received his Ph.D. in Economics from Stanford University, where he wrote his dissertation on "Essays in Microeconomic Theory." As an undergrad, he studied economics and mathematics at Brandeis University.

His forthcoming article, "Credulity, Lies, and Costly Talk," co-authored with Marco Ottaviani and Francesco Squintani, will appear in the Journal of Economic Theory.

 

Humane Studies Review Works

  • Feature Essay - "Liberalism and Pareto Efficiency: Sen's Paradox," by Navin Kartik