Bernhard Ganglmair
Naveen Jindal School of Management
The University of Texas at Dallas

800 W. Campbell Rd (SM 31), Richardson, TX 75080

ganglmair@utdallas.edu

Office: JSOM 3.619
P: 972-883-4736; F: 972-883-6522

Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

 

 

Upcoming Seminar and Conference Presentations

Financial Management Association (Nashville)

October 15-18, 2014

 

University of Texas at Dallas (Brownbag)

October 22, 2014

 

Santa Clara University

November 5, 2014

 

University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management

November 10, 2014

 

Bar-Ilan University, Tel Aviv

December 1, 2014

 

 

EDUCATION
PhD (Economics): University of Zurich (Switzerland), 2011
M.A. (Economics): University of Linz (Austria), 2004

 

 

AFFILIATIONS AND APPOINTMENTS
Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Dallas, Jindal School of Management, 2010 to present
Affiliated Faculty, The Center and Laboratory for Behavioral Operations and Economics, UT Dallas, 2012 to present

Associate Editor for Economic Inquiry, 2014 to present

 

                          

TEACHING
Fall 2014:  no classes

 

Message to UTD students: I am available as sponsor for independent study projects on contracts, antitrust, intellectual property, industry standardization, regulation (of product or financial markets), and the intersection of product market competition and corporate governance/finance.

 

 

RESEARCH
My research interests lie in contract theory and industrial organization with applications in law and economics (contract law, antitrust, intellectual property) and finance.

 

I am co-organizing the Finance Reading Group. [Currently no scheduled program]

                          

 

PUBLICATIONS
Conversation With Secrets, RAND Journal of Economics, 45(2), 2014 (Summer), pp 273-302 (with Emanuele Tarantino)
Patent Hold Up and Antitrust: How a Well-Intentioned Rule Could Retard Innovation, Journal of Industrial Economics, 60(2), 2012 (June), pp 249-273 (with Luke Froeb and Greg Werden)

 

WORKING PAPERS (contact me for the most recent version)
Efficient Material Breach of Contract (August 2014)

A Theory of Competitive Framing (with Luke Froeb and Steven Tschantz; May 2014)

Installment Contracts and Material Breach (May 2014)
Separation of Legal Power: The Case of Antitrust (with Andrea Guenster; March 2011)
Intrinsic Motivation, Discrimination and the Child Labor-Schooling Trade-Off (December 2006; inactive)

 

WORK IN PROGRESS
Strategic Value and Disclosure of Pending Patents (with Jong-Min Oh)

Frenemies: Information Sharing Among Competing Fund Managers (with Alex Holcomb and Noah Myung)

Complexity and Uniqueness in Loan Contracting: A Text Based Analysis (with Malcolm Wardlaw)
Contract Protection and Efficient Breach: Experimental Evidence (with Wolfgang Luhan)


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Last updated: August 24 2014