Ph.D., Economics, University of Illinois, 1988; B.A., Social Science (History, Philosophy, and Economics), University of North Texas, 1982.
"Coverage Denied: Excluding Bad Risks, Pooling, and Inefficiency in Insurance" (with H. Chade).
"Lionel McKenzie's 1957 Intrusion into 20th Century Demand Theory," (with M. A. Khan).
"Stochastic Welfare Analysis with Environmental Services," (with V. K. Smith)
Arizona State University: 1990-present. University of Alabama: 1988-90.
Visiting Professor: University of Michigan, IDEI (Toulouse).
Visiting Scholar: CORE (Belgium), Stanford University, Toulouse School of Economics, Johns Hopkins University.
Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
Dean's Council of 100 Distinguished Scholar, W. P. Carey School, 2001-2009.
Huizingh Honors Professor of the Year, W.P. Carey School, 2010.
John W. Teets Teaching Excellence Award (Undergraduate), W. P. Carey School, ASU 2000.
Teaching Excellence Award (Graduate), W. P. Carey School, ASU, 1994.
Associate Editor, Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance Theory.
Member, External Advisory Board, Department of Economics, University of Illinois.
"Strategic Information Manipulation in Duopolies," (with L. Mirman and L. Samuelson), Journal of Economic Theory, 62 (1994): 363-384.
"The Value of Information in Efficient Risk Sharing Arrangements," American Economic Review, 91 (2001): 509-524.
"Optimal Insurance with Adverse Selection," (with H. Chade), Theoretical Economics, 7 (2012): 571-607.
"Surplus Maximization and Optimality," American Economic Review, 103, (2013): 2585-2611.
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ECN 214 - Honors Microeconomics
Introduces modern microeconomic analysis. Theories of consumer behavior, production, and cost. Output and price determination in a variety of market settings. Not open to students with credit in ECN 314.