Sean M. Collins

Associate Professor of Economics

Fordham University

113 W 60th St Rm 924, New York, NY

+1 (646) 312–8270

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Sean Collins is an Associate Professor of Economics at Fordham University, teaching primarily at the Lincoln Center campus. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Florida State University. He studies market structure and microstructure (micro and financial economics) using econometrics, simulation, and theory-guided laboratory experiments (small-scale randomized controlled trials). He teaches courses on topics in microeconomics, financial economics, and intersections of ethics and economics.

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Collins, S. M., Hamman, J. R., & Lightle, J. P. (2018). Market Interaction and Pro‐Social Behavior: An Experimental Study. Southern Economic Journal, 84(3), 692-715. doi:10.1002/soej.12238

Collins, S. M., James, D., Servátka, M., & Woods, D. (2017). Price-setting and attainment of equilibrium: Posted offers versus an administered price. Games and Economic Behavior, 106, 277-293. doi:10.1016/j.geb.2017.10.012

Collins, S. (2016). Relay the right way: Harnessing heterogeneity in sequential team production. Managerial and Decision Economics, 37(6), 407-423. doi:10.1002/mde.2728

Collins, S. M., & Brink, A. G. (2016). Fundamentals, momentum, and bubbles in experimental asset markets. Review of Behavioral Finance, 8(1), 17-38. doi:10.1108/rbf-02-2014-0016

Collins, S. M., & James, D. (2015). Response mode and stochastic choice together explain preference reversals. Quantitative Economics, 6(3), 825-856. doi:10.3982/QE437

Collins, S. M., & Isaac, R. M. (2012). Holdout: existence, information, and contingent contracting. The Journal of Law and Economics, 55(4), 793-814. doi:10.1086/665830

Other Publications

Collins, S. M., Isaac, M. R., & Norton, D. A. (Eds.). (2013). Experiments in Financial Economics (Research in Experimental Economics, Vol 16). Bingley, West Yorkshire, England: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd. doi: 10.1108/S0193-2306%282013%2916