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Arnold obtained his Bachelor degree in Economics from the University of Bielefeld and completed his Doctorate in Quantitative Economics at the University of Alicante. He then held a postdoctoral research position at the University of Minnesota. Before joining the UEA, he lectured at Queen’s University Belfast. Arnold's research interests are mainly in socio-economic networks, game theory, financial economics with occasional ventures into other areas.
Key Publications in the last 5 years
Polanski, A. & Vega-Redondo, F. 2023, Homophily and influence, Journal of Economic Theory, 207
Polanski, A., 2019, Communication networks, externalities and the price of information. Rand Journal of Economics. 50, 2, p. 481-502
Polanski, A., Stoja, E. & Windmeijer, F., 2019, Telling tales from the tails: high-dimensional tail interdependence, Journal of Applied Econometrics. 34, 5, p. 779-794
Polanski, A. & Vega-Redondo, F., 2018, Coalition bargaining in repeated games, International Economic Review 59(4): 1949-1967
Work in progress
Polanski, A., 2022, Close-knit Neighborhoods: Stability of Cooperation in Networks, 3rd R&R Journal of Economic Theory
Polanski, A., Sikora, J., 2021, What can we learn from applying machine learning to bargaining?, submitted to European Economic Review
Stoja, E., Polanski, A. and L.H. Nguyen, 2022, The Taxonomy of Tail Risk, submitted to Review of Asset Pricing Studies
Stoja, E., Polanski, A. and Z. Li, 2023, Tails of the Expected
Polanski, A., 2023, Stable Alliances
09/2007: Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Teaching, Queen’s University Belfast.
1/2005: Postdoctoral studies at the University of Minnesota
11/2004: Ph.D. in Economics (European Doctor Mention), University of Alicante. Thesis advisor: Prof. Fernando Vega-Redondo
09/1999: MSc in Quantitative Economics, University of Alicante
12/1993: MA in Economics (Diplom-Volkswirt), University Bielefeld
Chair of Faculty Appeals and Complaints Panel
Associate Admissions Director
Deputy Research Director
Research Impact Champion
Assistant Exam Officer
Programme Director for the MSc in Business Economics
Key Research Interests
financial (tail) risk
Co-organiser of an annual international workshop on economics of networks
- Economic Theory
- game theory
- information economics
- financial economics
- tail risk
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What can economists learn from applying machine learning to bargaining?
Polanski, A., Poulsen, A. & Grubiak, K.
1/10/20 → 27/03/22
Telling Tales from the Tails: A New Framework to Examining Tail Interdependence
Institut Europlace de Finance Louis Bachelier
5/01/15 → 4/01/16
Does systematic tail risk matter?Stoja, E., Polanski, A., Nguyen, L. H. & Pereverzin, A., Jan 2023, In: Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money. 82, 101698.
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Homophily and influencePolanski, A. & Vega-Redondo, F., Jan 2023, In: Journal of Economic Theory. 207, 105576.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
The battle of opinion: dynamic information revelation by ideological sendersPolanski, A. & Le Quement, M., 29 Nov 2022, (E-pub ahead of print) In: International Journal of Game Theory.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile
Tail risk interdependencePolanski, A., Stoja, E. & Chiu, C-W., 12 Oct 2021, In: International Journal of Finance & Economics. 26, 4, p. 5499-5511 13 p.
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Dirty neighbors — Pollution in an interlinked worldMeléndez-Jiménez, M. A. & Polanski, A., Feb 2020, In: Energy Economics. 86, 13 p., 104636.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile6 Citations (Scopus)4 Downloads (Pure)