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Vladimir Mares is an Adjunct Professor of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. Prior to joining the Kellogg School of Management, Mares received his PhD at Rutgers University, NJ and taught at the Olin School of Business at Washington University in St. Louis and INSEAD. His research interests include game theory, auction theory and industrial organization. Professor Mares is currently working on how to balance price and quality interests in the design of procurement auctions with differentiated suppliers. He also studies the strategic importance of jump bidding in large auctions.
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and Vladimir Mares. Forthcoming. "On the Analysis of Asymmetric First Price Auctions". Journal of Economic Theory.
and Vladimir Mares. 2011. On the Near-Optimality of Second Price Mechanisms for a Class of Asymmetric Auctions. Games and Economic Behavior. 72(1): 218-241.
Working Papers
and Vladimir Mares. 2013. "Comparing First and Second Price Auctions with Multiple Insiders and Outsiders".

 
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