Department of Economics

Fahad Khalil

Chair, Castor Professor of Economics

Telephone: (206) 543-5836


Office Location: Savery 321

Office Hours: By Appointment

Curriculum Vitae

Professor Khalil received his Ph.D. from Virginia Tech in 1991

Areas of Interest: Theory of Contracts, Industrial Organization

Courses Taught

  • Econ 485 – Game Theory with Applications to Economics
  • Econ 486 – Economics of Information
  • Econ 501 – Microeconomic Analysis II
  • Econ 508 – Microeconomic Analysis III
  • Econ 518 – Contract Theory

Representative Publications

  • Private Monitoring, Collusion, and the Timing of Information” (with Jacques Lawarrée and Troy Scott) forthcoming RAND Journal of Economics
  • Contracts Offered by Bureaucrats” (with Doyoung Kim and Jacques Lawarrée), RAND Journal of Economics, 44/4 (Winter), 2013.
  • “Monitoring a Common Agent: implications for financial contracting,” (with Bruno Parigi, and David Martimort), Journal of Economic Theory, 135/1, 35-67, 2007
  • “Auditing without Commitment”, RAND Journal of Economics, Winter 1997
  • “Contracts and Productive Information Gathering”, (with Jacques Crémer and Jean-Charles Rochet), Games and Economic Behavior, 25, 174-193, November, 1998
  • “Gathering Information Before Signing a Contract”, (with Jacques Crémer) American Economic Review, 82, 566-578, 1992