Aaron Bodoh-Creed
Assistant Professor
Haas School of Business
University of California, Berkeley

Walter A. Haas School of Business
S545 Student Services Building
Berkeley, CA 94720


About Me

Curriculum Vitae

Primary Fields: Microeconomic Theory, Industrial Organization, Finance, Behavioral Economics

Secondary Fields: Political Economics, Organizational Economics
Publications and Forthcoming

Bodoh-Creed, A. (2012) "Ambiguous Beliefs and Mechanism Design," Games and Economic Behavior, 75, p. 518-537.

Approximation of Large Games with Applications to Uniform Price Auctions (Accepted at JET) Abstract

Under Review

To Reveal or Not to Reveal: Privacy Preferences and Economic Frictions (with Ned Augenblick) Abstract
        Older Version (under title: Conversations About Type: Privacy, Grammars and Taboos)

Large Matching Markets: Risk, Unraveling, and Conflation (Online Appendix) Abstract

Institutional Selection, Building Trust, and Economic Growth (Under Review) Abstract

Working Papers

Mood, Memory, and the Evaluation of Asset Prices, Updated Abstract

Optimal Platform Fees for Large Dynamic Auction Markets Abstract

Approximation of Large Dynamic Games Abstract

Legal Competition in the Medieval World Abstract

Works in Progress

Simulating the Dynamic Effects of Horizontal Mergers: U.S. Airlines (with L. Benkard and J. Lazarev) Abstract

The Dynamics of Base Rate Neglect (with D. Benjamin and M. Rabin) Abstract

Indecision and Political Agency (with B.D. Bernheim)

Heterogeneity in Economies with Ambiguity Aversion Preferences (with M. Miccoli)

Political Parties and Informative Branding

Royalty Negotiation with Downstream Competition Abstract