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Department of Economics
Northwestern University
2001 Sheridan Road
Evanston, Illinois 60208, USA

Office number: 3221

Telephone: 847-491-8233
Facsimile: 847-491-7001
e-mail: b-strulovici@northwestern.edu



CURRICULUM VITAE


 

TEACHING

Economics 335 (Political Economics) Syllabus

Economics 412 (Dynamic Methods for Economics) Syllabus


 

RESEARCH (BY TOPIC)

 

For a list that includes research abstracts, click here

 

 

 

COMPARATIVE STATICS

 

The Supermodular Stochastic Ordering with Margaret Meyer

 

     The code for the double description algorithm is here

 

Discounting, Values, and Decisions  with John Quah, Journal of Political Economy, October 2013

 

Aggregating the Single Crossing Property with John Quah, Econometrica, September 2012.

Increasing Interdependence of Multivariate Distributions with Meg Meyer, Journal of Economic Theory, Symposium on Inequality and Risk, July 2012.

Generalized Monotonicity Analysis with Thomas Weber, Economic Theory, June 2010

Comparative Statics, Informativeness, and the Interval Dominance Order with John Quah, Econometrica, November 2009.

 

 

DECISION THEORY

 

Forward-Looking Behavior Revisited: A Foundation of Time Inconsistency with Simone Galperti (New/Updated)

 

DYNAMIC METHODS

 

On the Smoothness of Value Functions and the Existence of Optimal Strategies with Martin Szydlowski, Conditionally Accepted, Journal of Economic Theory, Symposium on Dynamic Contracts and Mechanism Design (New/Updated)

 

FINANCE

 

Capital Mobility and Asset Pricing with Darrell Duffie, Econometrica, November 2012.

             

      Supplement to "Capital Mobility and Asset Pricing"

 

Performance Sensitive Debt with Gustavo Manso and Alexei Tchistyi, Review of Financial Studies (winner of the Young Researcher Award, 2009), May 2010.

 

POLITICAL ECONOMY

 

Can Commitment Resolve Political Inertia? with Christian Roessler and Sandro Shelegia (New/Updated)

 

Hybrid Democracy: How Initiatives and Referendums Affect the Selection and Incentives of Elected Officials with Carlo Prato (New/Updated)

 

Learning While Voting: Determinants of Collective Experimentation Econometrica, May 2010.

     Extension: Voting and Experimentation with Correlated Types

     Working paper version (Oxford, 2007): Voting and Experimentation

     This version includes the “Singaporean Restaurant” example

 

RENEGOTIATION AND BARGAINING

 

Contract Negotiation and the Coase Conjecture (New/Updated)

 

Contracts, Information Persistence, and Renegotiation, November 2011

 

SOCIAL LEARNING AND EXPERIMENTATION

 

Social Experimentation with Interdependent and Expanding Technologies with Umberto Garfagnini (New/Updated)

 

Learning While Voting: Determinants of Collective Experimentation Econometrica, May 2010.
(cross-listed with Political Economy)

 

 

AUCTIONS AND CONSUMER THEORY

Substitute Goods, Auctions, and Equilibrium with Paul Milgrom, Journal of Economic Theory, January 2009.

PUBLICATIONS IN OPERATIONS RESEARCH

 

Additive Envelopes of Continuous Functions with Thomas Weber, Operations Research Letters, May 2010.

Monotone Comparative Statics: A Geometric Approach with Thomas Weber, Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, June 2008.

 


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