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Hal R.

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Hal R. Varian School of Information, 102 South Hall UC Berkeley Berkeley, CA 94720-4600 Voice: 510-642-9980 Fax: 510-642-5814 Email: hal@ischool.berkeley.edu Web: http://www.ischool.berkeley.edu/∼hal

Education
S.B. Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1969 M.A. Mathematics, University of California at Berkeley, 1973 Ph.D. Economics, University of California at Berkeley, 1973

Regular positions
Assistant Professor, M.I.T., 1973–1977 Professor of Economics, University of Michigan, 1977–1984 Professor of Finance, University of Michigan, 1983–1996 Interim Chair, Department of Economics, 1991 Reuben Kempf Chair, University of Michigan, 1984–1996 Class of 1944 Chair, UC Berkeley, 1995–2010 Dean, School of Information Management and Systems (SIMS), UC Berkeley, 1995–2003 Professor, SIMS, UC Berkeley, 1995–2010 Professor, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley, 1995–2010 Professor, Department of Economics, UC Berkeley, 1995–2010 Professor Emeritus, UC Berkeley, 2010–present Chief Economist, Google, 2007–present

Visiting positions
Visiting Assistant Professor, Berkeley, 1977 Visiting Assistant Professor, Stanford, 1977 1

Visiting Professor, University of Stockholm, 1980 Visiting Professor, Helsinki School of Business, 1980 Academic Visitor, Nuffield College, Oxford, 1980–81 Visitor, Centre of Policy Studies, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, 1983 Visiting Professor, Universit¨t des Saarlandes, Saarbr¨cken, Germany, a u May, 1988 Visiting Professor, University of Arizona, Winter, 1992

Honors and Awards
National Science Foundation Fellow, 1970–73 Guggenheim Fellow, 1979–80 Econometrics Society Fellow, 1983 Erskine Fellow, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, 1984 Siena Chair in Economics (Fulbright Distinguished Lecturing Award), Siena, Italy, 1990 American Academy of Arts and Sciences Fellow, 1995 Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, 1995 (postponed) John von Neumann Award, Hungarian School of Economics, 1996 California Council on Science and Technology Fellow, 2001 Accenture’s list of top 50 business intellectuals Honorary Ph.D., University of Oulu, Finland, 2002 Honorary Ph.D., University of Karlsruhe, Germany, 2006 Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Fellow, 2007

Miscellaneous
Program Committee Chairman, Summer Econometric Society Meetings, Ann Arbor, 1989 Keynote address, Australiasian Econometrics Society, Sydney, 1993 Internet II Advisory Committee, 1997 Presenter, World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland, 1997 Time Magazine Board of Economists, October 4, 1999 Internet Policy Institute, Board of Directors, 2000-01 Fellow, California Council on Science and Technology, 2001 Business Week’s 25 Most Influential People in Electronic Business, 2001 2

Varian. Varian and Paul Wendt. Editorial Board. 1974. 1985–1994 Journal Economic Perspectives. 1987–1997 Mathematica Journal. Associate Editor. and efficiency. Ohio. Editorial Board. 1992–present Journal of Philosophy and Economics. Varian.Task force on private sector supplemental disclosures. 1974. World Economic Forum. 1992–2000 Papers Hal R. 1997 Presenter. Davos. Hal R. 1986–1996 Japan and the World Economy. Davos. 43(5/6):985–986. Switzerland. 1990–2000 Mathematica in Education. envy. Equity. 1993–1999 Ricerche Economiche. 1975. Editorial Board. Hal R. Married. Editorial Board. Editorial Advisory Board. Fienberg and A. Hal R. 2006 Personal Born Wooster. In S. 9(1):63–91. pages 195–208. 1975. 1970. A third remark on the number of equilibria of an economy. Reprinted 3 . Varian. and the theory of fairness. Land Economics. Editorial positions American Economic Review. Co-Editor. 2002 Presenter. 4(3):223–247. 1947. March 18. Hal R. Zellner. one child. Econometrica. Distributive justice. 44(3):350–54. A note on Hoyt’s ‘Importance of real estate in basic employment’. New York. welfare economics. editors. World Economic Forum. 2000-01 Presenter. World Economic Forum. A Bayesian approach to real estate assessment. North Holland Press. Switzerland. Editorial Board. Philosophy and Public Affairs. Varian. Editorial Board. Studies in Bayesian Econometrics and Sttaistics. 1990–1995 Computational Economics. Journal of Economic Theory. Security and Exchange Commission. 1987–1990 American Economic Review.

Nonparametric methods in demand analysis. Varian. 75(11):664–678. Varian. 1976. Vincent Crawford and Hal R. Varian. Handbook of Mathematical Economics. 1977. 1979. Non-Walrasian equilibria. A note on locally constant income elasticities. 1981. A remark on boundary restrictions in the Global Newton Method. Varian. 3:203–206. 1980. 1:9–13. Two problems in the theory of fairness. 1978. 1980. Varian. 4 . Hal R. 5:249–260. 14(1):45–51. Varian. Economic Inquiry. 295. Economic Inquiry. Varian. 45(3):573–590. American Economic Review. Dynamical systems with applications to economics. Journal of Mathematical Economics. Hal R. Varian. 4:127–130. 1978. Distortion of preferences and the Nash theory of bargaining. 9:23–29. Hal R. Hal R. 1977. Varian. Scandinavian Journal of Economics. Allan Gibbard and Hal R. 1979. Hal R. 14:49–68. Economic Letters. 1975. Varian. Varian. 1980. Varian. Arrow and M. 1982. Redistributive taxation as social insurance. 4 (June). 1977. 517. 1978. p. On balanced inflation. pages 260–270. Oxford University Press. Journal of Economic Theory. 70:651–659. The stability of a disequilibrium IS-LM model. Hal R. Hal R. Hal R. Hal R. Catastrophe theory and the business cycle. Journal of Public Economics. Hal R. Hal R. Philosophy and Economic Theory. In K. Varian. Economic Letters. Intriligator. Erratum. A model of sales. editors. Journal of Public Economics. Econometrica. Hal R. 17(1):14–28. 1976. 10(2):218–228. North Holland Press. Erratum. 1979.in Hahn and Hollis. Economic Letters. Varian. Economic models. December. Journal of Philosophy. 70. On persistent disequilibrium.

Varian. Estimating the distributional impact of time-of-day pricing of electricity. Review of Economic Studies. When do market games have transferable utility? Journal of Economic Theory. 1985. 50(4):945–974. In Arne Ryde Symposium on Social Insurance. year=1992. Hal R. Varian. 1984. 26:65–82.Hal R. Bergstrom and Hal R. Varian. Hal R. 35(2):222–233. Theodore C. Econometrica. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. Reprinted 5 . Social indifference curves and aggregate demand. 1(1):110–125. 50(1):99–110. 1983. Varian. 24:13–30. G S Maddala. e Barry Nalebuff and Hal R. Dworkin on equality of resources. Varian. Cahiers du Seminar d’Econom´trie. Philip Howrey and Hal R. Theodore Bergstrom and Hal R. Non-parametric tests of consumer behaviour. Hal R. Some remarks on risk bearing in nonclassical environments. The nonparametric approach to production analysis. 1982. Hal R. 86(1). ed. Hal R. Varian. Varian. 1985. 1985. 1983. Hal R. Econometrica. 1985. Hal R. 30(1):445–458. 52(4). Hal R. Nonparametric analysis of optimizing behavior with measurement error. Varian. Quarterly Journal of Economics. Divergence of opinion in complete markets. Reprinted in The Econometrics of Panel Data. When are Nash equilibria independent of the distribution of agents’ characteristics? Review of Economic Studies. Journal of Economics and Philosophy. Scandinavian Journal of Economics. Varian. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. 99:403–414. 1982. 1984. Hal R. 40(1):309–318. Gerard Debreu’s contributions to economics. 1984. Varian. 52(3):579–598. Journal of Econometrics. Nonparametric tests of models of investor behavior. Varian. The nonparametric approach to demand analysis. Journal of Finance. 18(3):269–278. Varian. 1983. Journal of Econometrics. Varian. Trois evaluations de l’impact ‘social’ d’un changement de prix. 1984. North-Holland Press. Varian. 1985.

Eatwell. The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economic Theory and Doctrine. Econometrica. Norwell. Fairness. Japan and the World Economy. Varian. and Econometric Inference. editors. editor. Theordore Bergstrom. editors. Journal of Public Economics. Financial Risk: Theory. Journal of Public Economics.. BYTE. 1987. Varian. Varian. Barnett and A. Estimating risk aversion from Arrow-Debreu portfolio choice. 1988. Milgate. and P. Theodore Bergstrom and Hal R. Varian. pages 267–272. Eatwell. April 1986. 1987. Roger Gordon and Hal R. 1988. and P. Macmillan Press. Varian. Differences of opinion in financial markets. PCTEX and microTEX: Professional typesetting on MSDOS machines.in New Approaches to Modeling Specification Selection. Varian. Newman. The arbitrage principle in financial economics. Hal R. Roger Gordon and Hal R. Evidence. 6 . 56(4):973–979. Cambridge University Press. Hal R. Kluwer. 29(1):25–49. Cambridge. 37:185–202. and Hal R. Hal R. 1988. Milgate. Varian. Hal R. Hal R. eds. In J. On the private provision of public goods. Journal of Economic Perspectives. Ronald Gallant. William B. 10:1–22. French translation. 1986. Varian. M. Varian. C. and Implications. Hal R. Varian. 1988. Lawrence Blume. Le principe d’arbitrage en ´conomie financi´re. 1(1):89–99. Varian. 1987. Macmillan Press. Economic theory. American Economic Review. Newman. Stone. In C. 19(1):5–8. Two remarks on Cournot equilibria. 1990. Varian. Cambridge. In J. 1986. M. Intergenerational risk sharing. MA. 1(2):55–72. Hal R. Price discrimination and social welfare. The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economic Theory and Doctrine. Hal R. 75(4):870–875. Annales e e ´ d’Economie et de Statistique. 1985. Optimal tariffs and financial assets. 1988. Economics Letters.

Goodness-of-fit in optimizing models. Varian. Hal R. Theories of justice based on symmetry. Journal of Public Economics. 1989. 1992. Eatwell. 1989. 1990. Varian. Symposium on takeovers. Reprinted in Rosendorff. Hal R. Handbook of Industrial Organization. Measuring the deadweight costs of DUP and rent seeking activities. 46(1):179–185. Theodore Bergstrom and Hal R. Hal R. Sonnenschein. Varian. Varian. Willig. Varian. Economic and Financial Modeling with Mathematica. William Thomson and Hal R. Varian. Monitoring agents with other agents. Texas A&M Press. Cambridge University Press. 1(1):81–95. Varian. 7 . In Hal R. Readings in the Political Economy of Trade Policy. Varian. and P. Telos/Springer-Verlag. Uniqueness of Nash equilibrium in private provision of public goods: An improved proof. Hal R. editor. Schmalensee and R. Hal R.. Journal of EconomicTheory. Reprinted in The New Institutional Economics. Varian. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics. 1988. Richter.Hal R. Varian. In L. Milgate. In R. Taxation of asset income in the presence of a world securities market. Journal of Econometrics. Differences of opinion. The New Palgrave Dictionary of Money and Finance. 1990. E. 1992. Amsterdam. 1991. Cambridge. Journal of International Economics. Macmillan Press. Varian.. 1998. Hal R. Newman. MIT Press. 2(1):3–5. Price discrimination. Hurwicz and H. Varian. Social Goals and Social Organization: Volume in Memory of Elisha Pazner. 46:125–140. North-Holland Press. P. Hal R. Revealed preference with a subset of goods. 49:391–392. editors. 1992. Journal of Economic Perspectives. editors. pages 153–174. Furubotn and R. In J. 26:205– 226. eds. 1989. 1988. editors. Symbolic optimization. Roger Gordon and Hal R. 1989. Economics and Politics. M.

American Economic Review. Japan and the World Economy. 7(1):159–169. Varian. Varian. The information economy. Hal R. Varian. Varian. In Research Libraries Group. Hal R. 7(4):539–557. Alexander. Varian. 1995. Cambridge. 1993. 6:201–217. 1995. Hal R. Pricing information goods. editor. Reprinted in 1993 Conference of Industry Economics. Public Access to the Internet. Varian. Hal R. 1994. Usenix. Sequential provision of public goods. 84(5):1278–1293. 1995. 7(4):399–410. Varian. MacKie-Mason and Hal R. 4:217–224. 7:13–27. MIT Press. University of Michigan Press. MacKie-Mason and Hal R. 1994. Proceedings of Usenix Conference on Electronic Commerce. Also published in American Economist. Markets for public goods? Critical Review. 1995. A solution to the problem of externalities when agents are well-informed. 53:165–186. Symposium on Scholarship of the New Information Environment 8 . 8(3):75–96. Computational Economics. Eduardo Ley and Hal R. In Werner Sichel and Donald L. Occasional Paper 14. Hal R. Jeffrey K. Varian. 1994. How Economists Work. University of Sydney. Coase. Varian. A note on the Dow-Jones’ digits. Scientific American. Japan and the World Economy. editors. Journal of Economic Perspectives. Economic mechanism design for computerized agents. Hal R. Varian. Entry and cost reduction.Hal R. Jeffrey K. Varian. Varian. Journal of Public Economics. New York. Passion and Craft. Hal R. 1995. Miller and Sharpe. Hal R. Economic FAQs about the Internet. Journal of Economic Perspectives. How to build an economic model in your spare time. and compensation. Hal R. Applied Financial Economics. In Usenix. editor. September 1995. editor. 1994. pages 200–202. July 11-12. competition. Varian. Economic incentives in software design. 1994. Hal R. 1993. Pricing the Internet. In Michael Szenberg. A portfolio of Nobel laureates: Markowitz. Varian.

Varian. Brock and G. Paul Resnick and Hal R. editor. Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason. 1(2). MIT Press. Varian. Networks. 1996. Communications of the ACM. Hal R. 1996. Research Libraries Group. editors. D-Lib Magazine. Bailey. In Werner Sichel and Donald L. 1995. Jeffrey K. Varian. 9 . Varian. The Economics of Information in a Networked Environment Conference Proceedings. Hal R. Recommender systems. 1997. University of Michigan Press. Telecommunications Policy. Alexander. Differential pricing and efficiency. Economic FAQs about the Internet. The economics of the Internet and academia.Proceedings. The AEA’s electronic publishing plans: A progress report. Network architecture and content provision: An economic analysis. Varian. editors. 1996. 1996. Varian. Journal of Economic Perspectives. Pricing electronic journals. MacKie-Mason and Hal R. In Ann Okerson. 1996. Varian. and Hal R. In G. Jeffrey K. May 2-3. Varian. Jeffrey K. What use is economic theory? In Steven Medema. Scott Shenker. and Hal R. Rosston. 1997. 40:56–58. 11(3):95–104. First Monday. MacKie-Mason and Hal R. 20(3):203–217. Varian. Paris. Lawrence Erlbaum. Some economics of the Internet. Internet Economics. Harvard Law School. Varian. A quoi sert la th´orie ´conomique? In Antoine d’Autume e e ´ and Jean Cartelier. 1997. Varian. Updated version of 1994 article of same title. editors. June 1996. The Internet and Telecommunications Policy. editor. Scott Shenker. Hal R. McKnight and Joseph P. MacKie-Mason. Network architecture and content provision: An economic analysis. editors. Hal R. Infrastructure and the New Task for Regulation. 1995. L’Economie Devient-Elle une Science Dure? Economica. Hal R. Association of Research Libraries. 1996. In Lee W. Hal R. Foundations of Research in Economics: How do Economists Do Economics? Edward Elgar.

1999. University of California Press. CIO Magazine. Harvard Business Review. The art of (standards) wars. Arun Kumarawsamy and Richard Langlois (ed. Raghu Garud. 1999. Hal R. Hal R. Commentary on economic preferences or attitude expressions: An analysis of dollar responses to public issues by Kahneman et. Economics and search. 6(10). Carl Shapiro and Hal R. In Aspen Institute. Technology and Scholarly Communication. Varian. Economic aspects of personal privacy. The Institute for Information Studies. Carl Shapiro and Hal R. In Robert E. Oct 15 1998. Varian. pages 241–242. 1998. 1997. California Management Review. Varian. Santomero. Varian. editor. not locked out. Economic issues facing the Internet. Lock ’em up. al. Locked in. Standards wars. Blackwell. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. 10 . Varian. Versioning: the smart way to sell information. The Industry Standard. Brookings-Wharton Papers on Financial Services. Varian. Future of electronic journals. Hal R.Hal R. Quandt. 2002. Varian. 1997. Brookings Press. In NTIA. Varian. Aug-Sep 1999. McGraw-Hill Irwin. Pre-play contracting in the prisoners’ dilemma. 1999. Carl Shapiro and Hal R. Wired Magazine. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. 1999. Carl Shapiro and Hal R. The Internet as Paradigm. 1999. Department of Commerce. Hal R.). Oct 1998. Impact of the Internet on users and suppliers of financial services. 2001. editors. editor. Reprinted in Internet Marketing: Readings and Online Resources. Litan and Antony M.). 1998. James Andreoni and Hal R. editors. SIGIR Forum. Paul Richardson (ed. Reprinted in Managing in the Modular Age. Carl Shapiro and Hal R. Varian. In Richard Eckman and Richard E. Varian. Varian. Privacy and Self-Regulation in the Information Age. Hal R. Varian. Fall.

Varian. MIT Press. UC Berkeley. Richard Roehl and Hal R. Internet Publishing and Beyond: The Economics of Digital Information and Intellectual Property. editors. sharing and renting information goods. Varian. 2000. Reprinted in CESifo Forum. Circulating libraries and video rental stores. Internet Policy Institute. 3-9. Markets for information goods. Introduction to standards wars. 2000. The computer mediated economy. Hal R. a Hal R. 44(5). Managing in a Modular Age: Architectures. 48(4):473–488. Varian. Hal R. 2000. 48. 2001. Hal R. editors. Varian. 8(1):129–132. Raghu Garud. 13(3):639–651. 2001. Monetary Policy in a World of Knowledge-Based Growth. editor. 2001. editors. Taxation of electronic commerce. In Richard Langlois. Taxation of electronic commerce. In IPI. 2000. Carl Shapiro and Hal R. Versioning information goods. Buying. Hal R. Varian. Briefing the President. Varian. MIT Press. School of Information Management. Autumn 2000. What I’ve learned about writing economics. 2001. Feb 23 2000. and Arun Kumaraswamy. In Erik Brynjolfsson and Brian Kahin. Blackwell. First Monday. Varian. Varian. Market structure in the network age. 2000. Harvard Journal of Law & Technology. 2001. Journal of Industrial Economics.Peter Lyman and Hal R. Varian. Varian. Varian. In Kunio Okina Tetsuya Inoue. pages 73–76. Habits of highly effective revolutions. Networks and Organizations. Hal R. How much information? Technical report. Jahrgang 2001. Reprinted in Wirtschafts Politische Bl¨tter. Quality Change and Uncertain Measurement. Macmillan Press. Varian. In Brian Kahin and Hal R. 2001. 11 . Journal of Economic Methodology. Varian. Forbes ASAP. 6(5). Hal R. Communications of the ACM. editor. Hal R. Hal R. Understanding the Digital Economy.

Varian. com/modules. High technology industries and market structure. 2002. Hal R. editors. 1(5). How much information. St. Peter Lyman and Hal R. Varian. Hoenig. Economic Policy During the 1990s. Jean Camp and Stephen Lewis. page 137. http://www.edu/resources/ affiliates/workshops/econsecurity/. In Jeffrey A.sims. MIT Press. Linux adoption in the public sector: An economic analysis. Workshop on the Economics of Peer-to-Peer. In Thomas M. 2002. Technical report. http://www. Louis Federal Reserve Bank. editor.berkeley.edu/research/ projects/how-much-info/. May 16-17. Hal R.acmqueue. 2003. Broadband: Should We Regulate High-Speed Internet Access? Brookings Institution. 2003.edu/~hal.sims. Varian. June 5-6.sims. Varian.sims. http://www. Varian.edu/research/conferences/p2pecon. http://www. 2003. 12 . Varian. Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank Jackson Hole Symposium. January 2001. MOXIE: Microsoft Office-Linux interoperability experiment.php?name=Content&pa=showpage&pid=55. Varian and Carl Shapiro. Cambridge. In L.sims. Frankel and Peter R. 2004. Varian. The social cost of sharing. Economics of Information Security. Orszag. CA. System reliability and free riding. UC Berkeley. Hal R. In James Alleman and Robert Crandall. The democritization of data. Bootstrap tutorial.berkeley. Washington. Hal R.berkeley. editors. 2003. ACM Queue. DC. Varian. The demand for bandwidth: Evidence from the INDEX experiment. Technical report. Peter Lyman and Hal R. 2004.2003.Pamela Samuelson and Hal R.berkeley. Varian. http://www. editor. Economic Policy for the Information Economy.edu/research/ projects/how-much-info-2003/. UC Berkeley. Hal R. The ’New Economy’ and information technology policy. How much information. MA. 2002. Berkeley. SpringerVerlag. 2000. UC Berkeley.berkeley. Mathematica Journal. Technical report. http://www. Peter Lyman and Hal R. editors. Harvard Business Review. 9(3). Hal R. In John Chuang. Chris Varian and Hal Varian.

Varian. 2005. St. 3(1):34–39. Varian. Copyright term and orphan works. Who signed up up for the Do Not Call list? Technical report. 2006. Bootstrap tutorial. Hal R. Journal of Economic Perspectives.edu/~hal/Papers/2004/do-not-call. 24(3):367–381. 2005. http: //www. Hal R. Hal R. IEEE Security and Privacy. pages 1–16. 2006. Varian. 2005. England. Hal R. Varian. Technical report. In Michael Szenberg. and Fredrik Wallenburg. Rivista di politica Economica. Varian. Varian. August 2008. Association for Computing Machinery. Economics of Internet search. Hal R. Varian. Hal R. 48(10):66. 2006. Hal R. Hal R. Currency exchange rates. The Google library project. Journal of Economic Education. Hal R. Varian. Oxford University Press. UC Berkeley. Communications of the ACM. Technical report. International Journal of Industrial Organization. Varian. 2005.sims. The New York Times Guide to Essential Knowledge. Varian. Varian. Designing the perfect auction. UC Berkeley. Review of Gifts of Athena. In John Leonard. 2004. Varian. 2005. Hal R. UC Berkeley.pdf. Copying and copyright. Varian. September 2004. Glenn Woroch. pages 177–192.to appear. editor. Varian. Journal of Economic Literature. Hal R. Varian. The demographics of the do not call list. editor. 9(4):0–0. 51(8):9–11. Industrial and Corporate Change. 19(2):121–138. How to make a scene. Samuelsonian Economics and the 21st Century. Marketing Science. 2006. 2004.berkeley. 2005. 13 . Martins Press. and Fredrik Wallenburg. Universal access to information. Revealed preference. Conditioning prices on purchase history. Alessandro Acquisti and Hal R. Mathematica Journal.Hal R. 2005. Oxford. Glenn Woroch. Hal R. Hal R. Position auctions.

1987. Hal R. Portuguese. Russian. Hal R. Information Rules: A Strategic Guide to the Network Economy. 1987. Hungarian. New York. German. W.Hal R. Workouts for Intermediate Microeconomics. Varian. Hal R. 1996. French. Hal R. Spanish. Varian. Varian. W. Japanese. Hal R. 1998. Varian. Varian. 1987. Varian. National Academy of Sciences Press. 1992. 2000. Translated inot German. 1978. Greek. Online ad auctions. Basque. American Economic Review. Intermediate Microeconomics. Varian. 1992. editor. MIT Press. Joseph Farrell. Dutch. Spanish translations. Varian. Fostering Research on the Economic and Social Impacts of Information Technology. Varian. Varian. Varian. Second edition. Cambridge. Norton. W. England. TELOS/Springer-Verlag. Computer mediated transactions. Computational Economics: Economic and Financial Analysis with Mathematica. Japanese. Theodore Bergstrom and Hal R. Norton. Chair and principal author of report. Books Hal R. Internet Publishing and Beyond. New York. Hal R. 100(2):1–10. editors. 1998. Norwegian. Greek. 14 . and Carl Shapiro. Now in 7th edition. Georgian. editor. Variants in Economic Theory: Selected Papers of Hal R. Carl Shapiro and Hal R. Italian. Korean. Edward Elgar. Microeconomic Analysis. American Economic Review. Cambridge University Press. 99(2):430–434. Third edition. TELOS/Springer-Verlag. Mattioli Lectures. W. 2004. Chinese. Chinese. Portugese. Varian. Now in 7th edition. French. Economics of Information Technology. May 2010. Varian. Economic and Financial Modeling with Mathematica. Norton. translated into Spanish. W. 2000. German. Harvard Business School Press. Italian. Hal R. W. May 2009. Brian Kahin and Hal R.

New York Times. with bernanke leading. and other economic mysteries. Copyrights that no one knows about don’t help anyone. The global interest rate dance. March 8 2007. New York Times. New York Times. Sometimes the stock does better than the investor that buys the stock. The future of leisure that never arrived. that continuous improvement strategy. Beyond insurance: Weighing the benefits of driving vs. finds its ideal environment. May 5 2007. September 21 2006. The rapidly changing signs at the gas station show markets at work. February 8 2007. New York Times.Articles Boost private investment to boost the economy. Why Crazy Eddie wouldn’t be undersold. April 5 2007. October 19 2006. December 14 2006. New York Times. June 29 2006. August 24 2006. the total costs of driving. Kaizen. An iPod has global value. January 11 2007. New York Times. June 28 2007. New York Times. 15 . New York Times. Why old media and Tom Cruise should worry about cheaper technology. New York Times. New York Times. Recaclculating the costs of global climate change. Ask the (many) countries that make it. New York Times. January 7 2009. July 27 2006. November 16 2006. Looking for the incentives that will prompt americans to save more. New York Times. May 31 2007. Why that hoodie your son wears isn’t trademarked. but one answer lies in just a few places. New York Times. Wall Street Journal. New York Times. Many theories on income inequality.

December 15. New York Times. August 25 2005.. How should the tax system be reformed? 16 . June 2 2005. May 4 2006. An opportunity to consider if homeowners get too many breaks. September 22. Information technology allows start-ups access to global labor markets. Tenure. blue states: New labels for long-running differences. June 30 2005. What should a reconfigured tax system look like? New York Times. Reading between the lines of used book sales. Technology levels the business playing field. November 17. too. What can we learn from how a manager invests his own money? New York Times. How much do used book sales cannibalize new book sales? Online dating? Thin and rich works here. New York Times. New York Times. New York Times. New York Times. May 5 2005. New York Times. New York Times. March 9 2006. New York Times. New York Times. Does the Economic Report of the President accurately reflect the consensus views of the profession. 2005 2005. New York Times. Beauty and the fattened wallet. 2005 2005. June 1 2006. What are people looking for and do they find it? Putting a white house annual report to a test. February 9 2006. American companies show an edge in putting information to work. October 21. January 11 2006. turnover and quality of teaching. Is affordable housing becoming and oxymoron. 2005 2005. 2005 2005. The difference between men and women revisited. but it does pay off. New York Times. New York Times. July 28 2005. New York Times. A plug for the unplugged $100 laptop computer for developing nations.Advertising commodities can be tricky. Red states. April 6 2006.

New York Times. According to recent research a married male identical twin makes more money than his single brother. Burden growing on pension group. April 6 2005. Exchange rates have a lot to do with the health of the world economy. Five years after Nasdaq hit its peak. Good stock advice or online noise? New York Times. New York Times. Like airlines. New York Times. Competition and incentives may help control health care costs. January 13 2005. New York Times. Easing the burden on the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation will do the same for taxpayers. August 25 2004. Balancing the Social Security budget and introducing private accounts are two distinct issues. New York Times. and applying one answer to both is risky. Do online stock message boards contain any useful information? Donations can buy you profits. VCRs and file sharing have been at issue. Changes in the patent system have contributed to a deterioration in patent quality. May 6 2004. Little wonder that companies pour huge sums into presidential campaigns. Small fluctuations in supply or demand can mean large price swings in California’s gas market. New York Times. November 17 2004. New York Times. February 9 2005. October 21 2004. Exchange rates the economcy. March 10 2005. Parsing California gas prices. July 29 2004. The payoffs can be far greater. some lessons learned. Patent protection gone awry. Two issues face social security. Broadway shows use a variety of methods to price discriminate. September 23 2004.File-sharing is the latest battleground in the clash of technology and copyright. Analyzing the marriage gap. July 1 2004. December 16 2004. Piano rolls. New York Times. New York Times. New York Times. New York Times. 17 . The dynamics of pricing tickets for broadway shows. Changes in the patent system have contributed to a deterioration in patent quality.

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