Howard P. Marvel Scholar Assistant Professor of Economics
I am the Howard P. Marvel Scholar Assistant Professor of Economics at The Ohio State University.
I received my PhD from the Economics' Department of Northwestern University. I joined the Economics' Department at Ohio State in 2012. I was born in Mendoza, Argentina.
My research fields are industrial organization and applied microeconomics.
My research focuses on investigating the efficiency of market and non-market institutions, demand estimation, and their implications for price competition and market power. It is centered on models of strategic interactions such as auctions, networks, and discrete choice models.
I teach IO at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
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Submitted and Working Papers:
“The Illiquidity of Water Markets: Efficient Institutions for Water Allocation in Southeastern Spain.” (with J. Espin-Sanchez), revision requested by Econometrica.
- Awarded the Public Utility Research Prize for the Best Paper in Regulatory Economics at the IIOC, April 2016. Some photos of the ceremony and the conference.- I presented this paper at the NBER SI 2016 Industrial Organization, at the Barcelona GSE Summer Forum Applied Industrial Organization, and the Empirical Microeconomics Workshop.
(with P. Schenone and G. Veramendi), under review.
(with J. Espin-Sanchez), revision requested by The RAND Journal of Economics.
“Measuring the Benefits and Costs of Intermediation in Vertical Markets.”
(with P. Pereira, T. Pires, and A. Trindade)- Draft under preparation.
“Gender Differences in Booking Business Travel Demand.”
(with K. Baldiga Coffman, L. Coffman, and G. Veramendi)
“Networks, Frictions, and Price Dispersion in eBay.”
(with J. Boehnke, D. Masterov, and G. Veramendi)
Research in Progress:
“Estimating the Network Structure of Labor Markets: The Effect of Job Search Assistance.”
(with R. Vejlin and G. Veramendi)
“Quantity Discounts, Price Discrimination, and Incentive Compatibility Constraints.”
(with T. Pires)
(with J. Espin-Sanchez)
Journal Articles and Book Chapters:
(with P. Schenone and G. Veramendi), Economics Letters, January 2016, 138, 81-84.
(with R. Di Tella and R. MacCulloch), Economics Letters, 2008, 99, 566–569.
(with R. Di Tella and R. MacCulloch), In: Venezuela Before Chávez: Anatomy of an Economic Collapse, chapter 13, edited by Ricardo Hausmann, and Francisco R. Rodríguez, Penn State University Press, 2014.