You've reached the homepage of Alex Dickson. I'm a Lecturer in Economics at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, a position that I have held since September 2008. Prior to this I held a lectureship in Economics at Keele University (2007-2008), preceded by a postdoctoral research fellowship at the University of Manchester (2005-2007). This site contains information about my research and teaching.


My primary research interests are in Microeconomics, in particular in: game theoretic approaches to general and partial models of competitive behavior; aggregative games with applications to contests and strategic market games; endogenous timing in games and commitment; and behavioral economics and game theory. I have further broad interests in industrial organization, international trade and applied game theory in general. Click on the link above for more information.


I currently teach classes in Microeconomics; Industrial Economics; Game Theory and Behavioural Economics. Information on my teaching can be found by clicking on the link.