Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley, 1988; M.A., University of California at Berkeley, 1985; Licenciatura, Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1981.
Economic theory, game theory, microeconomics, procurement and auctions, industrial organization.
Arizona State University: 2002-present. Previous Appointments: Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, INSEAD, Fontainbleu, France, Universite de Toulouse, Universidad de San Andres, The University of Iowa, Northwestern University, Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires.
Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
Grant, National Science Foundation, Revenue Maximization in Multi-Object Sales, 2003-2006; Grant, National Science Foundation, Information Policies at Auction, 2001-2003; Fullbright Fellowship, 2004.
Referee for Econometrica, Journal of Economic Theory, American Economic Review.
Corporate and Public Sector Leadership
Economist, CEMyB, Central Bank of Argentina, Buenos Aires, 1981-1983.
Subgame Perfect Equilibria in Stage Games, Journal of Economic Theory, 102, 2002.
Approximately Competitive Equilibria in Large Finite Economies, with Matthew Jackson, Journal of Economic Theory, 77, December 1997.
The Never-a-Weak-Best-Response Test in Signaling Games, Journal of Economic Theory, 74, 1, 1997.
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ECN 502 - Managerial Economics
Applies microeconomic analysis to managerial decision making in areas of demand, production, cost, and pricing. Evaluates competitive strategies.
ECN 791 - Seminar
A small class emphasizing discussion, presentations by students, and written research papers.