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
Phone: 972-883-4736; Fax: 972-883-6522

Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

 

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

 

 

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
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)
Conversation With Secrets, RAND Journal of Economics, 45(2),2014 (Summer), pp 273-302 (with Emanuele Tarantino)

 

 

WORKING PAPERS (contact me for the most recent version)

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

Installment Contracts and Material Breach (May 2014)
Material Breach of Contract and Rejection with Imperfect Expectation Damages (August 2011)
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 Disclosure of Pending Patents(with Jong-Min Oh)

Experimental Analysis of Information Sharing Among 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: May 8, 2014