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Brief Professional Information:
Department of Economics,
· Stanford Calderwood Professor, 2007-2011.
· Associate Chair for Graduate Studies, 2003-2006.
Professor (Awarded tenure in 2001), Department of Economics,
Professor, Department of Economics,
Assistant Professor of Economics,
§ Visiting Professor of Economics,
§ Managing Editor, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2013-.
§ Co-Editor, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2011-2012.
§ Associate Editor, RAND Journal of Economics, 2012-.
§ Associate Editor, Quantitative Marketing and Economics, 2010-.
§ Associate Editor, European Economic Review, 2002-2012.
§ Associate Editor, Journal of Industrial Economics,2004-2010.
§ Editorial Advisor, Canadian Journal of Economics, 2005-2008.
§ Editorial Board Member, Annals of Economics and Finance, 2000-.
§ Editorial Board Member, Frontiers of Economics in
§ Program Committee Member, 11th IIOC (International Industrial Organization Conference), Boston, May 2013; 10th IIOC, Arlington, VA, March 2012; 9th IIOC, Boston, April 2011; 8th IIOC, Vancouver, May 2010; and 7th IIOC, Boston, April 2009.
§ Chang-Jiang Scholar, Ministry of
§ Summer Research Grant, the NET Institute, 2012.
§ Research Grants Council (RGC),
Calderwood Endowed Chair, the
§ Summer Research Grant, the NET Institute, 2007.
§ Summer Research Grant, the NET Institute, 2006.
§ Best Published Faculty Paper in Public Policy, Department of Economics, CU-Boulder, 2005.
Fellowship, Council on Research and Creative Work,
§ National Science Foundation, grant #SES 9911229, "Competition and the Vertical Organization of Industries", Principal investigator, 2000-02.
§ Stanford Calderwood Teaching Excellence Award, Department of Economics, CU-Boulder, 1999.
on Research and Creative Work,
§ National Science Foundation, grant #SES 9222903, "Dynamic Duopoly and Bounded Rationality", Co-Principal investigator, 1993-94.
§ World Bank Graduate Scholarship, The World Bank, 89-91.
§ Presidential University Graduate Fellowship, Boston University, 88-89.
Current Research: vertical contracting, price theory, consumer search, innovation and intellectual property, antitrust, organization of international trade.