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Guillermo Caruana

Ph. D. in Economics, Boston University, 2002
Associate Professor

Personal details

Teaching

Uncertainty and information, Microeconomics

Research interests

Applied microeconomics, industrial organization, marketing, game theory

Selected publications

  • “Search, Design, and Market Structure,” with H. Bar-Isaac and V. Cuñat, American Economic Review, 102 (2012), 1140–60.
  • “Information Gathering Externalities for a Multi-Attribute Good,” with H. Bar-Isaac and V. Cuñat, Journal of Industrial Economics, 60 (2012), 162-185.
  • “Information Gathering and Marketing,” with H. Bar-Isaac and V. Cuñat, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 19 (2010). 375-401.
  • “Production Targets,” with L. Einav, Rand Journal of Economics, 39 (2008), 990-1017.
  • “A Theory of Endogenous Commitment,” with L. Einav, Review of Economic Studies, 75 (2008), 99-116.
  • “Multilateral Bargaining with Concession Costs,” with L. Einav and D. Quint, Journal of Economic Theory, 132 (2007), 147-166.

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