Professor Sergio Currarini

Professor in Economics

Contact details

  • Tel: +44 (0)116 252 5645
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  • Office: Room 2.03, Heron House, Brookfield
  • Office hours: Wednesday 4.00 pm - 6.00 pm


Office hours: Wednesdays 4:00pm - 5:00pm (term time only), otherwise by appointment

Administrative responsibilities

  • UG Syllabus Committee Chair (Mirco)


  • Network Economics
  • Coalition Theory
  • Microeconomics
  • Public Economics

Research papers can be downloaded via RePEc.

You must apply formally to our Economics PhD programme before we allocate you a supervisor as part of the review process. You do not need to contact our staff separately.


I am willing to supervise students in the following areas:

  • integration and segregation in social networks
  • network formation
  • games on networks
  • game theory
  • games with incomplete information
  • games of coalition formation


S. Currarini and M. Marini (Forthcoming), Coalitional Approaches to Collusive Agreements in Oligopoly, The Manchester School

S. Currarini and F. Feri (Forthcoming), Information Sharing Networks in Linear Quadratic Games, International Journal of Game Theory

S. Currarini and M. Marini (2012), Majority Rules and Coalition Stability, Economics Bulletin, 33, pp. 1660-1668.

Y. Bramouille, S. Currarini, M.O. Jackson, P. Pin and B. Roger (2012), Homophily and Long Run Integration in Social Networks, Journal of Economic Theory, 145 (5), pp. 1754-1786.

S. Currarini and M. Marini (2012), The Kinked Demand Model and the Stability of Cooperation, Economics Letter, 110, pp. 223-225.

S. Currarini, M.O. Jackson and P. Pin (2010), Identifying the Roles of Race-based Choice and Chance in High School Friendship Network Formation, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science in the USA (PNAS), 107, pp. 4857-4861

S. Currarini, M.O Jackson and P. Pin (2009), An Economic Model of Friendship: Homophily, Minorities and Segregation, Econometrica 77 (4), pp. 1004-1045.

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