Sara Fish

I am a second-year PhD student at Harvard advised by Yannai Gonczarowski. My research interests lie in EconCS and ML. I am supported by a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Previously, I completed my B.S. in Mathematics at Caltech.

Feel free to email me at sfish@g.harvard.edu.

Research

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Algorithmic Collusion by Large Language Models
with Yannai Gonczarowski and Ran Shorrer
Preprint available at arXiv:2404.00806.

Stable Menus of Public Goods: A Matching Problem
with Yannai Gonczarowski and Sergiu Hart
Preprint available at arXiv:2402.11370. (Code)

Generative Social Choice
with Paul Gölz, David Parkes, Ariel Procaccia, Gili Rusak, Itai Shapira, and Manuel Wüthrich
EC 2024 (arXiv:2309.01291).
(Project awarded $100,000 grant via OpenAI's Democratic Inputs to AI program.)

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Previous volunteering and employment

Previous math research

A Construction for Difference Sets with Local Properties
with Ben Lund and Adam Sheffer
European Journal of Combinatorics, Vol. 79, June 2019, pg. 237-243. arXiv

Crescent configurations in Normed Spaces
with D. King, S. J. Miller, E. A. Palsson, and C. Wahlenmayer
Integers, Vol. 20, #A96. arXiv

Local Properties via Color Energy Graphs and Forbidden Configurations
with Cosmin Pohoata and Adam Sheffer
SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics, Vol. 34, Jan 2020, pg. 177-187. arXiv

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