__Matthew Polisson__

**Senior Lecturer in Economics**

University of Bristol

**Office:**Priory Road Complex 2B13

**Email:**matthew.polisson@bristol.ac.uk

**Phone:**+44 117 928 9091

**Links:**

__Bristol__,

__IFS__,

__IDEAS__

**Office Hours:**Mondays/Fridays, 3.30pm-4.30pm

__Research Fields__Applied Microeconometrics, Microeconomic Theory, Health Economics

**Recent Research Papers****(with**

__Ever Since Allais____Aluma Dembo__,

__Shachar Kariv__, and

__John K.-H. Quah__),

**2021**. Reports an experiment that nonparametrically tests the entire set of axioms on which expected utility theory (EUT) is based, and finds that within-subjects departures from independence are minor relative to departures from ordering (completeness and transitivity) and/or monotonicity with respect to first-order stochastic dominance (FOSD).

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__Working Papers____Bristol 2021__,

__IFS 2021__.

**(with**

__Rationalizability, Cost-Rationalizability, and Afriat's Efficiency Index____John K.-H. Quah__),

**2021**. Establishes a

*definitional equivalence*between rationalizability and cost-rationalizability under mild conditions, as well as an

*observational equivalence*within the context of finite data, furnishing support for a natural interpretation of Afriat's (1973)

*critical cost efficiency index*(CCEI).

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**Revealed Preferences over Risk and Uncertainty**__John K.-H. Quah__and

__Ludovic Renou__),

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*American Economic Review***2020**. Develops and implements a nonparametric method called Generalized Restriction of Infinite Domains (GRID), for testing the consistency of contingent consumption data with a broad class of models of choice under risk and under uncertainty (

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__doi____10.1257/aer.20180210__).

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*Working Papers*__St Andrews 2019__,

__QMUL 2017__,

__IFS 2015__,

__Leicester 2013__.

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__Slides____GRID Method__.