- Ph.D., economics, Northwestern University
- M.A., economics, Northwestern University
- B.Sc., mathematics, Sharif University of Technology
- market design
- financial market design
- mechanism design
Ahmad Peivandi is an assistant professor of risk management and insurance in the Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University. His research interests are financial market design, market design, mechanism design and banking.
Professor Peivandi did his Economics Ph.D. at Northwestern University. Furthermore, he received his B.Sc. degree from Sharif University of Technology in Tehran.
- Assignment with Limited Complementarities, 2016 Journal of Economic Theory, with Thanh Nguyen and Rakesh Vohra
- Participation and Unbiased Pricing in CDS Settlement Mechanisms, 2015
- Instability of Centralized Markets,2015 with Rakesh Vohra, Revise and Resubmit, Econometrica
- Aggregate Risk, Bank Competition and Regulation in a General Equilibrium Model, 2017 with Mohammad A Rezaei and Ajay Subramanian
- Capacity Allocation In Vertically Integrated Rail Systems: A Bargaining Approach, 2015 with Ahmadreza Talebian and Bo Zou, Transportation Research Part B
- Effects of Information Transmission by High Frequency Traders on Market Quality, 2017 with Mohammad A Rezaei