Thomas Gall holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Universitat Mannheim. He now is Associate Professor in Economics at the University of Southampton.
His doctoral research focused on aggregate consequences of market imperfections, like the effects of moral hazard in the labour market on incentives to acquire education. He continues to be interested in economic allocations, in particular assignment problems, in the presence of market frictions, examples of which include market interactions that take place only within contact networks, or the lack of contracting institutions.
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