Juan Camilo Gomez
Juan Camilo Gómez

MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS & DECISION SCIENCES
Visiting Associate Professor of Managerial Economics & Decsion Sciences

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Juan Camilo Gomez is an associate professor at the University of Washington, Bothell, School of Business and is currently visiting the Kellogg School of Management during his sabbatical leave. After finishing his B.S. in mathematics at Universidad de los Andes and working for a short while in the private sector, he obtained his Economics Ph. D. at the University of Minnesota. His research, published in highly regarded game theory journals, includes topics such as bargaining, economic efficiency, cooperative solution concepts and coalition formation. Dr. Gomez has taught a number of graduate and undergraduate courses including microeconomic theory, managerial economics, game theory, mathematical economics, international economics and Latin American economies among others. In 2010 he was chosen as the MBA professor of the year at the UW Bothell School of Business.

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Education
PhD, 2003, Economics, University of Minnesota
BS, 1996, Mathematics, Universidad de los Andes

Academic Positions
Associate Professor, Bothell School of Business, University of Washington, 2012-2013
Assistant Professor, Bothell School of Business, University of Washington, 2006-2012
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Macalester College, 2004-2006

Other Professional Experience
Financial Analyst, Diner's Club, 1997-1998
Consultant, Colombian National Planning Department, 1996-1997

 
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Research Interests
Bargaining, Coalition Formation, Cooperation, Game Theory, General Equilibrium, Microeconomic Theory

Articles
Gómez, Juan Camilo and Camelia Bejan. 2012. A market interpretation of the proportional extended core. Economics Letters. 117(3): 636-638.
Gómez, Juan Camilo and Camelia Bejan. 2012. Axiomizing core extensions. International Journal of Game Theory. 41(4): 885-898.
Gómez, Juan Camilo and Camelia Bejan. 2012. Using the aspiration core to predict coalition formation. International Game Theory Review. 14(1): DOI: 10.1142/S0219198912500041.
Gómez, Juan Camilo, Sundar Balakrishnan and Rakesh Vohra. 2011. The Tempered Aspirations solution for bargaining problems with a reference point. Mathematical Social Sciences. 62(2): 144-150.
Gómez, Juan Camilo and Camelia Bejan. 2009. Core extensions for non-balanced TU-games. International Journal of Game Theory. 38(1): 3-16.
Gómez, Juan Camilo. 2006. Achieving efficiency with manipulative bargainers. Games and Economic Behavior. 57(2): 254-263.
Working Papers
Gómez, Juan Camilo and Sandeep Krishnamurthy. Deciding when "pay what you want" pricing is profitable.
Gómez, Juan Camilo and Camelia Bejan. On market games arising from common-resource economies.
Gómez, Juan Camilo, Sundar Balakrishnan and Rakesh Vohra. Bargaining problems with arbitrary reference points.
Gómez, Juan Camilo and Camelia Bejan. Competitive outcomes, endogenous firm formation and the aspiration core.

 
Print Teaching
Full-Time / Part-Time MBA
Microeconomic Analysis (MECN-430-0)

This course counts toward the following majors: Managerial Economics.

Among the topics this core course addresses are economic analysis and optimal decisions, consumer choice and the demand for products, production functions and cost curves, market structures and strategic interactions, and pricing and non-price concepts. Cases and problems are used to understand economic tools and their potential for solving real-world problems.