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Juan Carrillo

Professor of Economics

Contact Information
E-mail: juandc@email.usc.edu
Phone: (213) 740-3526
Office: KAP 330B

LINKS
Curriculum Vitae
Faculty Profile on Departmental Website
 

Education

Ph.D. Economics, University of Toulouse, 6/1996
M.A. Statistics, Harvard University, 6/1993
B.A. Economics (focus on Quantitative Methods), University Complutense, Madrid, Spain, 6/1992
 

Academic Appointment, Affiliation, and Employment History

Associate Professor, Columbia Business School, 07/01/2001-06/30/2003  
Associate Professor, ECARES, Free University of Brussels, 07/01/2000-06/30/2001  
Assistant Professor, ECARES, Free University of Brussels, 07/01/1996-06/30/2000  
 

Description of Research

Research Keywords

Neuroeconomics, Behavioral Economics, Industrial Organization
 

Research Specialties

Neuroeconomic Theory; Behavioral Economics; Theory of Organizations; Industrial Organization; Experimental Economics.
 

Affiliations with Research Centers, Labs, and Other Institutions

Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), UK, London, Research Fellow (Industrial Organization and Public Policy Programmes), http://www.cepr.org
Theoretical REsearch in Neuroeconomic Decision making (TREND), Co-Director, http://www.neuroeconomictheory.org
 

Publications

Book

Carrillo, J. D., Brocas, I. (2004). The Psychology of Economic Decisions. Vol.2: Reasons and Choices. Oxford: The Psychology of Economic Decisions. Vol.2: Reasons and Choices (joint with I. Brocas)/Oxford University Press.
Brocas, I., Carrillo, J. D. (2003). The Psychology of Economic Decisions. Vol.1: Rationality and Well-being. Oxford: The Psychology of Economic Decisions. Vol.1: Rationality and Well-being (joint with I. Brocas)/Oxford University Press.
 

Journal Article

Brocas, I., Carrillo, J. D. (2008). The Brain as a Hierarchical Organization. American Economic Review.
Carrillo, J. D., Castanheira, M. (2008). Information and Strategic Political Polarisation. Economic Journal.
Carrillo, J. D., Palfrey, T. (2008). The Compromise Game: Two-Sided Adverse Selection in the Laboratory. American Economic Journal: Microeconomics.
Brocas, I., Carrillo, J. D. (2007). Influence Through Ignorance. RAND Journal of Economics..
Carrillo, J. D., Mariotti, T. (2000). Strategic Ignorance as a Self-Disciplining Device. Review of Economic Studies/Blackwell.
Carrillo, J. D. (1998). Coordination and Externalities. Journal of Economic Theory / Elsevier.
 
 
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