Saptarshi Mukherjee

Saptarshi Mukherjee
Assistant Professor
CV Summary: 

Saptarshi graduated from the Indian Statistical Institute (Delhi) in 2011 and did post-doctoral research at the Department of Economics, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain. While pursuing PhD he taught at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and before joining IIT Delhi in December, 2014 Saptarshi was teaching at IIIT Delhi.

Saptarshi works on mechanism design, social choice, game theory, bounded rationality and teaches courses on microeconomics, game theory and mathematical economics.

Contact Information

Department of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Indian Institute of Technology- Delhi.
Office: Block-B (Mechanical Engineering), Room no. 421-F
Phone: +91-11-26597396.

Research Areas

Mechanism design, Social choice, Game theory, Bounded rationality theory.

Academic Background

Post-doc, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 2011-2013;

PhD (Quantitative Economics), Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi, 2011.
(Dissertation title: ``Essays on Individual and Collective Decision-making'')


[1] ``Implementation in Undominated Strategies by Bounded Mechanisms: The Pareto Correspondence and a Generalization'' (with N. Muto, E. Ramaekers and A. Sen), Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 180, March 2019, Elsevier.

[2] ``Implementation in Undominated Strategies by Bounded Mechanisms: Some Results on Compromise Alternatives'', Research in Economics, Vol. 72, September 2018, Elsevier.

[3] ``Implementation in Undominated Strategies with Partially Honest Agents'' (with N. Muto and E. Ramaekers), Games and Economic Behavior, Vol. 104, July 2017, Elsevier.

[4] ``Divide and choose in List-based Decision Problems'' (with D. Dimitrov and N. Muto), Theory and Decision, Vol. 81, June 2016, Springer.
[5] ``Choice from Oredered-tree-based Decision Problems'', Social Choice and Welfare, Vol. 43, August, 2014, Springer.
[6] ``An Outlook into Energy Consumption in Large Scale Industries in India'' (with M. Dutta), Energy Policy, Vol. 38, Issue 11, 2010, Elsevier.

Teaching Areas

Microeconomics; Game theory; Mathematical economics.