Ernan Haruvy is an Associate Professor of Management. His research interests include:
- Market design
- Network externalities
- Experimental economics
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Relationship-Specific Investment and Hold-Up Problems in Supply Chains: Theory and Experiments (Springer, 2018-07-20)Supply chains today routinely use third parties for many strategic activities, such as manufacturing, R&D, or software development. These activities often include relationship-specific investment on the part of the vendor, ...
A Psychological Reexamination of the Bertrand Paradox The Bertrand paradox describes a situation in which two competing firms reach an outcome where both price at marginal cost. In laboratory experiments, this equilibrium is not generally observed. Existing empirical works ...
Tiers in One-Sided Matching Markets: Theory and Experimental Investigation The design of a matching market may affect behavior in prematch stages. In some settings, forward-looking agents might purchase low-priced properties with the intention of trading up. From a design standpoint, such behavior ...