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Scholarly Interest Report
         
Marc P. Dudey
Associate Professor
 
e-mail:dudey@rice.edu
 
  • B.A. with honors (1980) University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • Ph.D. Economics (1984) Princeton University
  • M.S. (1986) Mathematics University of Southern California
 
Primary Department
   Department of Economics
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Research Areas
 Industrial Organization, Microeconomic Theory
 
Research Interests 12-JAN-2018
 

Competition without Search

 
Research Interests 24-JAN-2018
 

Demonstrates Coase's intuition about durable good monopoly without the artifice of a continuum of buyers.

 
Teaching Areas
 Industrial Organization, Microeconomic Theory
 
Selected Publications
 Refereed articles
 

Marc Dudey "Dynamic Monopoly with Nondurable Goods." reprinted in Volume in Honor of Hugo Sonnenschein," ed. by Matthew Jackson and Andrew McLennan (2008)

 
 

Marc Dudey "A Note on Consumer Search, Firm Location Choice and Welfare." Journal of Industrial Economics (1993)

 
 

Marc Dudey "Dynamic Edgeworth-Bertrand Competition." Quarterly Journal of Economics (1992)

 
 Articles
 

Marc Dudey "A Discrete Demand Example of the Coase Conjecture." 

 
 

Marc Dudey "Quantity Precommitment and Price Competition Yield Bertrand Outcomes." Unknown

 
 

Marc Dudey and Peter Hartley "The Wheel of Retailing." Unknown

 
 

Marc Dudey "Quantity Precommitment and Price Competition Yield Bertrand Outcomes." Submitted

 
 

Marc Dudey "When Duopolists Do Not Restrict Supply." Submitted

 
Presentations
 Invited Papers
 

"Quantity Precommitment and Price Competition Yield Bertrand Outcomes." North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society 2007, Duke University, Durham, NC. (June 21-24, 2007)

 
 

"When Duopolists do not Restrict Supply." Hugo Sonnenschein Conference, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. (October 2005)

 
 

"When Duopolists do not Restrict Supply." World Congress of the Econometric Society, University College, London, England. (August 2005)

 
 Invited Talks
 

"John Nash's Game Theory." U. S. Premiere of the Nobel Foundation's Centennial Exhibition of the Nobel Prize, Houston, TX. (March 2003)

 
 

"The Free Rider Problem in Durable Good Monopoly." First International Industrial Organization Conference, Boston, MA. (April 2003)

 
 Other
 

"Quantity Precommitment and Dynamic Price Competition Can Yield the Bertrand Outcome." World Congress of the Game Theory Society, Bilbao, Spain. (July 2000)

 
 

"Quantity Precommitment and Dynamic Price Competition Can Yield the Bertrand Outcome." Southeastern Theory and International Economics Meeting, Rice University, Houston, TX. (October 2000)

 
 

"The Wheel of Retailing." Southern Economic Association Meeting, Crystal City, VA. (November 2000)

 
 

"The Cournot Paradox." Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fur Sozialforschung; Industrial Organization Conference, Berlin, Germany. (October 7, 1999)

 
 

"The Cournot Paradox." Texas A & M University, Department of Economics, College Station, TX. (November 8, 1999)

 
 

"The Cournot Paradox." Rice University, Department of Economics, Houston, TX. (September 23, 1999)

 
 Seminar Speaker
 

"When Duopolists do not Restrict Supply." Department of Economics, Rice University, Houston, TX. (September 2005)

 
Editorial Positions
 Associate Editor, Southern Economic Journal. (2002 - 2002)

 Associate Editor, Southern Economics Journal. (2003 - 2003)

Supervised Theses & Dissertations
 Alexander Ruiz, Ph.D. Late Bidding, Seller's Reputation and Competing Auctions: Empirical Essays on eBay Auctions. (2004) (Thesis Committee Member)

Awards, Prizes, & Fellowships
 Member, Southern Economic Association

 Member, American Economic Association

 Member, Econometric Society

 Econometric Society Member,

 Organized Sessions for Southern Economic Association Meeting,

 American Economic Association Member,

 Southern Economic Association Member,