• Department of Policy Studies
Area of Expertise
Strategic Social Choice
Mathematical Methods in Economics
Soumendu Sarkar is an Assistant Professor at Department of Policy Studies. He teaches Microeconomics, Mathematical Methods and Growth Economics. His primary research interest is Mechanism Design and Strategic Social Choice. He is also interested in applications of game theory to resource allocation problems. His recent work on mechanism design for land assembly has been published in International Journal of Game Theory and Mathematical Social Sciences.
Soumendu holds a PhD in Quantitative Economics from the Indian Statistical Institute.
Sarkar S, 2017, Mechanism design for land acquisition, International Journal of Game Theory, 46.3, 783-812.
Sarkar S, 2018, Convergence of VCG mechanism to ex-post budget balance in a model of land acquisition, Mathematical Social Sciences, 93, 37-46.