Department of Economics

Professor Shasi Nandeibam

Professor in Economics & International Development

3 East 4.23
Tel: +44 (0) 1225 38 4529

PhD supervision

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  • Asymmetric information and incentives (contract theory)
  • Social choice and welfare
  • Mathematical economics

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Shasikanta Nandeibam joined the Department in 2004 as Professor of Economics and International Development.  Previously, he was a Reader in Economics at the University of Birmingham. 

His main areas of specialism are mathematical economics and microeconomic theory.  In recent years he has also started working in the economics of recycling and labour economics.  He has published in journals such as Economic Theory, Social Choice and Welfare, Mathematical Social Sciences, Econometric Theory and the Journal of Economic Theory.  Currently, he is involved with the GLAMURS project which is funded by the EU under FP7.

Research interests

  • Asymmetric information and incentives
  • Social choice and welfare
  • Decision theory
  • Economics of waste management


Book Sections

Abbott, A., Nandeibam, S. and O'Shea, L., 2014. Is there a social norm to recycle? In: Kinnaman, T. C. and Takeuchi, K., eds. Handbook on Waste Management. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., pp. 53-74.


Abbott, A., Nandeibam, S. and O'shea, L., 2017. The Displacement Effect of Convenience: The Case of Recycling. Ecological Economics, 136, pp. 159-168.

Mergoupis, T. and Nandeibam, S., 2014. Wage discrimination and population composition in the long run. Economics Letters, 122 (3), pp. 445-451.

Abbott, A., Nandeibam, S. and O'Shea, L., 2013. Recycling:social norms and warm-glow revisited. Ecological Economics, 90, pp. 10-18.

Nandeibam, S., 2013. The structure of decision schemes with cardinal preferences. Review of Economic Design, 17 (3), pp. 205-238.

Nandeibam, S., 2011. On randomized rationality. Social Choice and Welfare, 37 (4), pp. 633-641.

Abbott, A., Nandeibam, S. and O'Shea, L., 2011. Explaining the variation in household recycling rates across the UK. Ecological Economics, 70 (11), pp. 2214-2223.

Nandeibam, S., 2009. On probabilistic rationalizability. Social Choice and Welfare, 32 (3), pp. 425-437.

Nandeibam, S., 2008. A note on the structure of stochastic social choice functions. Social Choice and Welfare, 30 (3), pp. 447-455.

Nandeibam, S., 2003. Implementation in teams. Economic Theory, 22 (3), pp. 569-581.

Nandeibam, S., 2003. Distribution of Coalitional Power in Randomized Multi-Valued Social Choice. Social Choice and Welfare, 20, 3--25.

Nandeibam, S., 2003. A reexamination of additivity of power in randomized social preference. Review of Economic Design, 8, pp. 293-299.

Nandeibam, S., 2002. Sharing rules in teams. Journal of Economic Theory, 107 (2), pp. 407-420.

Nandeibam, S., 2002. The Structure of Coalitional Power under Probabilistic Voting Procedures. Social Choice and Welfare, 19, 685--705.

Bailey, R. W., Burridge, P. and Nandeibam, S., 2001. An integral inequality on C ([0,1]) and dispersion of OLS under near-integration. Econometric Theory, 17, pp. 471-474.


Mergoupis, T. and Nandeibam, S., 2011. Wage Discrimination and Population Composition. Working Paper. Bath, U. K.: Department of Economics, University of Bath. (Bath Economics Research Working Papers; 9/11)

Mergoupis, T. and Nandeibam, S., 2011. Wage discrimination and population composition. Discussion Paper. SSRN.

Nandeibam, S., Raybaudi, M. and Sola, M., 2003. On The Optimal Timing of Introduction of New Products. Working Paper. Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Department of Economics Working Papers.

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