<!doctype html public "-//w3c//dtd html 4.0
transitional//en">Ernan E. Haruvy
The University of
Texas at Dallas
Doctor of Philosophy, May 22, 1999, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas 78712, Economics. Dissertation Title: Initial Conditions and Adaptive Dynamics—An Approach to Equilibrium Selection. Dissertation Adviser: Professor Dale O. Stahl
Master of Science, Aug 19, 1996, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas 78712, Economics
Bachelor of Business Administration With Highest Honors, Aug 16, 1993, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas 78712, International Business
· Sept 2008 – Present University of Texas at Dallas, School of Management, Assoc. Prof., Richardson, Texas
· October-November 2009, April-June 2010 Tilburg University, Economics, Visiting Scholar, Tillburg, Netherlands
· Aug 2001 – Aug 2008 University of Texas at Dallas, School of Management, Assist. Prof.¸ Richardson, Texas
· Sept 2000 – August 2001 Harvard Business School, Research Fellow, Boston, Massachusetts
· July 2000- August 2000 University of Texas at Austin, Dept of Economics, Lecturer, Austin, Texas
· Sept 1999- July 2000 Technion -- Israel Institute of Technology, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Lecturer, Technion City, Haifa, Israel
· June 1999 – July 1999 University of Texas at Austin, Dept of Economics, Lecturer, Austin, Texas
· August 1998 – May 1999 University of Texas at Austin, Dept of Economics, Instructor, Austin, Texas
Business Courses taught: Market Design (PhD), Principles of Marketing (undergraduate), Marketing Management (graduate), Marketing Analytics (graduate), Internet business models (graduate), topics in e-commerce (graduate), and special topics in marketing (Ph.D., covered auctions, bargaining, and network externalities). Economics Courses taught: Market Design (PhD), microeconomics, macroeconomics, intermediate microeconomics.
E-commerce, Market design, auctions, Network externalities, experimental economics
Membership in Professional Societies
· American Economic Association
· Economic Science Association
· Econometric Society
· American Marketing Association
Fellowships and Awards
· Management Science Distinguished Service Award for 2010
· Management Science Distinguished Service Award for 2009
· The 1st Technion Open Choice Prediction Competition. First Place in Predicting Decisions from Description, 2009.
· Professional Development Award, April 1998.
· David Bruton, Jr. Fellowship, 1997-1998 academic year.
· Peter L. Reid Memorial Scholarship for academic achievement, 1992-1993 academic year.
· Spain-Leff Memorial Scholarship for academic excellence, 1992-1993 academic year.
Original Achievement, Investigation and Research
· “Competition between Auctions: Implications for Auction Design and Bidder and Seller Strategies," Collaborator, 2011 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Research Grant # 410-2011-0058, $100,350.
· MSI research award #4-1644 (2010).“Seller Strategy in B2B Multichannels: Auctions, Buy-Now Pricing, and Price Discovery.” $3000.
· The Fostering of Charitable Giving in Canadian Society, Community University Research Alliances program, Collaborator, 2008 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Research Grant, $20,000.
· Senior personnel on NSF #SES-0519168, Rule Learning Across Dissimilar Normal-Form Games, PI: Dale Stahl, 08/01/05 - 07/31/07, $24,675.
· United States-Israel Binational Science Foundation, #2002114, July 2003-July 2005, with Ido Erev and Alvin Roth; $20,000.
· National Science Foundation-- Time-sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences, proposal #157, May 2003, with Sujoy Chakravarty. The TESS project facilitates data collection via the Internet and pays for the associated costs of data collection.
· M. R. Saulson Research Fund #191-408, March 2000 – September 2002; $2,000.
· Senior personnel on NSF #SES-9986379, with Dale Stahl; February 2000-January 2001; $45,000.
· Research grant: B.T.S Academic Lectureship in Industrial Engineering and Management, #7700213, January, 2000; $800.
Published and Forthcoming Articles in Refereed Academic Journals
Articles appearing as chapters in edited volumes
1. Haruvy, E., A. Prasad, S. Sethi, and R. Zhang (2005). Optimal Firm Contributions to Open Source Software: Effects of Competition, Compatibility and User Contributions. In Optimal Control and Dynamic Games: Applications in Finance, Management Science, and Economics, Editors: Christophe Deissenberg and Richard Hartl, Springer, New York, 197-214, (2005).
2. Haruvy, E. and I. Erev (2002). On the Application and Interpretation of Learning Models, Experimental Business Research, Editors: Rami Zwick and Amnon Rapoport, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, 285-300
3. Erev, I. and E. Haruvy (forthcoming). Learning and the economics of small decisions. In Kagel, J.H. and Roth, A.E. (Eds.), The Handbook of Experimental Economics. Princeton University Press.
4. Gneezy, U. and E. Haruvy (2010) The Inefficiency of Splitting the Bill: A Lesson in Institution Design, In Zvika Neeman, Muriel Niederle and Nir Vulkan (Eds.) The Handbook of Market Design, Oxford University Press.
5. Haruvy, E. and S. Jap (2012), Designing B2B Markets, Handbook of Business-to-business Marketing, Gary Lilien and Rajdeep Grewal (Eds.), Edward Elgar Publishing, Northampton, 639-658.
Available upon request
1. Fiedler, M. And E. Haruvy, The Effect of Third Party Intervention in the Investment Game, submitted to Journal of Economic Behavior and Organizations.
2. Singh, S. And E. Haruvy, “The Role of Online and Offline Word of Mouth in Online and Offline Channels: Evidence from the Used Car Market.”
3. The Loser’s Bliss, with Peter T.L. Popkowski Leszczyc.
4. Estimating preferences in two-sided matching markets, with C. Zamudio and Y. Wang, submitted to Marketing Science
5. Relationship-Specific Investment and the Hold-Up Problems in Supply Chains: Theory and Experiments, with E. Katok, Z. Ma and S. Sethi.
6. A study of bidding behavior in all-pay auctions, with Peter T.L. Popkowski Leszczyc, submitted to Marketing Science
7. Can Structured Bargaining Improve Channel Efficiency? with Elena Katok and Valery Pavlov, submitted to Management Science.
· 2014: University of Southampton, UK, Jan 20, Economics Department, 2nd Southampton Winter Workshop in Economic Theory
· 2013: University of British Columbia, Canada, March 11, Economics Department.
· 2011: George Mason University, ICES, March 11.
· 2011: Texas A&M, Economic, Oct. 28.
· 2010: INSEAD Marketing Camp, June 11, Luxembourg School of Finance, June 3, University of Mannheim, Germany, Finance (Prof. Martin Weber group), May 4, University of Cologne, Germany, Economics (Prof. Axel Ockenfels group), April 26, Tilburg University, Marketing, April 21, Erasmus, Rotterdam, Marketing (ERIM), April 19, Tilburg University, Experimental Economics internal seminar, April 14.
· 2009: Maastricht University, Netherlands, Economics, October 22, Chicago, Marketing, May 4.
· 2008: Wharton, Decision Processes Colloquia, February 25.
· 2006: Pittsburgh University, Economics, February 24,
· 2005: U. of Texas- Arlington, Economics, Oct 14, U. of Houston, Marketing, Sept 9, U. of Arizona, Management and Organizations, April 27, Florida State University, Economics, April 1, Carnegie Mellon University, Economics, Feb 10, University of Central Florida, Economics, Feb 3, Penn State, Smeal College of Business, Jan 28.
· 2003: Texas A&M University, Economics, Nov. 14, Washington University at St. Louis, Marketing, March 21.
· 1998-2001: Ben Gurion Univ., Israel, Economics Dept., Jan 17, 2001, Columbia University, Dept. of Management, 10/26/2000, Univ. of Texas--Dallas, Marketing, 10/23/2000, Harvard, Economics, Oct. 5, 2000, Tel-Aviv University, Marketing, May 2, 2000, Technion, Haifa, Economics, April 2, 2000, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Economics, Feb. 19, 1999, Penn State, Smeal College of Business, 2/8/1999, Technion, Haifa, Economics, June 8, 1998, Bogazici University, Istanbul, Economics, June 5, 1998, University of Texas at Austin, Economics, February 25, 1998.
· 2012 Marketing Science Conference, Boston, June 7-9, “Differentiated Bidders and Bidding Behavior in Procurement Auctions,” and co-chaired special invited session “Biding Strategies and Design in Quality Auctions.”
· 2011 Marketing Science Conference, Houston, June 9-11, “When and How Do Coordinating Contracts Improve Channel Efficiency?”
· WIMI Conference: Cross-Platform and Multi-Channel Consumer Behavior, Dec 9-10, 2010, Wharton, “Seller Strategy in B2B Multi-channels: Auctions, Buy-Now Pricing and Price Discovery.”
· Southern Economic Association Conference, Atlanta GA, Nov 20-22, 2010. Session Organizer and presented “Asset Market Prices and Strategies in Virtual World Experiments.”
· Economic Science Association Meetings, November 11-13, 2010, Tucson, “The Loser’s Bliss.”
· 2010 Marketing Science Conference, Cologne, June 16-19, 2010, “Between-Game Rule Learning in Dissimilar Symmetric Normal-Form Games” and “Tiers in one-sided matching markets.”
· 2009 Marketing Science Conf., Ann Arbor, June 4-6, 2009, “The Impact of Online Auction Duration”
· 2009 UTD- Frontiers of Research in Marketing Science, Dallas, Feb 19-21, 2009, Organizer.
· 2008 Economic Science Association European Meetings, Lyon, France, Sep 11-14, 2008, “An Experimental Investigation of Buyer Determined Procurement Auctions”
· 3rd Annual Behavioral Operations Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, July 23-25, 2008, “Choice between investments with different multipliers and social distance: A virtual world experiment.”
· 2008 Marketing Science conf, Vancouver, Jun 12-14, 2008, “Bidding Strategies in Buyer Determined Online Auctions” and “An Experimental Investigation of Buyer Determined Procurement Auctions”
· 2008 Winter Marketing Educators' Conference, Austin, Feb 15-18, 2008, “Two-stage Lotteries and the Value of Unresolved Uncertainty in Multiple Contacts”
· Informs, Seattle, Nov 4-7, 07, “When Zero Search Cost is too High.”
· Economic Science Association, Tucson, Oct 18–21, 07. “Individual Choice among Charity Auctions.”
· 2007 Second Annual Behavioral Operations conference July 23-24 Carlson School of Management University of Minnesota. “Infrastructure for Laboratory Experiments”
· 2007 Stony Brook Workshop on Experimental Economics July 14 - 16, 2007. “Learning”
· 2007 Seventh Triennial Invitational Choice Symposium, Wharton, Jun 13-17, “Competition Between Auctions.” Session organizer.
· 2006 Economic Science Association North American Meetings, Tucson, Arizona, September 28-October 1. “Risk aversion, under-diversification and the role of recency and probability matching.”
· 2006 Summer Institute in Competitive Strategy, UCBerkeley, Jun 26-June 30, “Segmentation and Competition: An Application to Rebates”
· 2006 INFORMS Marketing Science Conference, University of Pittsburgh, June 8-June 10, Two-Stage Prize Promotions and the Value of Unresolved Uncertainty
· 2006 Coordination Success Conference in Honor of Raymond C. Battalio, Texas A&M, March 31-April 2, 2006. Presented “Hierarchical Thinking and Learning in Rank Order Contest Games.”
· 2005 SEA Meetings, Washington, D.C., Nov 18-20, 2005, organized “Learning” session and presented “Learning in Two-Stage Lotteries.”
· 2005 ESA Meetings in Tucson, Sept 30-Oct 2, “The Buyer-Determined Multi-Attribute Auction.”
· 2005 AMA Summer Marketing Educators’ Conference, July 29-August 1, Panel Member in special sessions titled “Online Reverse Auctions: New Technology and/or Old Relationships”
· 2005 INFORMS Marketing Science Conference, Emory University, Atlanta, June 16-18, “The Buyer-Determined Multi-Attribute Auction- An Experimental Investigation”
· 2005 AEA Annual Meetings, Jan 7-10, “Two-Stage Prize Promotion Lotteries and the Timing of Prizes”
· 2004 North American Economic Science Association Meeting, Nov 5-Nov 7, 2004. “Loss Aversion and Under-Hedging”
· 2004 ISBM Academic Conference in Boston, August 5-6, “Who Benefits From Reverse Auctions?”
· 2004 Marketing Science Conference, June 24-26, Rotterdam: “The Role of Seller Rating in Online Auctions”
· 2004 American Marketing Association Winter Marketing Educators’ Conference, Feb 6-9, 2004, Scottsdale, AZ: “Two-stage Prize Promotion Lotteries and the Timing of Prizes.”
· Matching Markets Workshop, Stanford Institute of Theoretical Economics, Stanford University, August 14-Aug 16, 2003: “Equilibrium Selection in Repeated B2B Matching Markets”
· 25th Marketing Science Conference 2003, University of Maryland, College Park, June 12-15, 2003: “The Effect of Variability in Marketing Mix Variables on Consumer Brand Choice.”
· American Marketing Association Winter Meetings, Orlando, Florida, February 14-16, 2003: “Manipulating Prize Variability in Under-the-cap Promotions”
· International Economic Science Association Meetings, Boston, June 27-30, 2002: “The Economics of Small Decisions.”
· Economic Science Association Meetings, Tucson, Nov 1-4, 2001: “Unraveling in Decentralized Labor Markets with Incrementally Revealed Quality Information”
· Marketing Science, July 5-8, 2001, Wiesbaden, Germany: “Under-the-cap Promotions: A Customer Learning Approach.”
· Workshop on Learning and Bounded Rationality, June 14-18, 2001, Florence, Italy: “Applications to Reinforcement Learning”
· Public Choice Society and Economic Science Association Meetings, March 9-11, 2001, San Antonio
· ASSA and Econometric Society Meetings, Jan 5-7, 2001, New Orleans.
· Conference 2000: Marketing for the New Millennium, June 23-25, Los Angeles, “Variable Economic Science Association Summer Meetings, Sept 29-Oct 1, 2000, Tucson.
· Marketing Science CoPricing: A Customer Learning Perspective”
· Economic Science Association Summer Meetings, June 16-18, 2000, New York.
· Experimental Economics 3rd International Workshop, April 10, 2000, Haifa, Israel.
· Public Choice Society and Economic Science Association Meetings, March 10-12, 2000, Charleston.
· Public Choice Society and Economic Science Association Meetings, March 12, 1999, New Orleans.
· Economic Science Association North American Meetings, October 15-18, 1998, Tucson.
· North American Summer Meetings of the Econometric Society, June 25-28, 1998, Montreal, “An Empirical Model of Equilibrium Selection based on Player Heterogeneity”
· Public Choice Society and Economic Science Meetings, March 13-15, 1998, New Orleans, Louisiana, “An Empirical Model of Equilibrium Selection based on Player Heterogeneity”
· Texas Econometrics Camp III, Feb 28 – Mar 1, 1998, Lago Vista, Texas, “An Empirical Model of Equilibrium Selection based on Player Heterogeneity”
· Lonestars Conference, Sept. 27-28, 1997, College Station, Texas, "Testing Modes in the Population Distribution of Beliefs in Experimental Games"
· Conference on Clustering and Discrimination sponsored by the National Science Foundation and Rice university, May 11-14, 1997, Houston, Texas, "Testing Modes in the Population Distribution of Beliefs in Experimental Games"
Professional and University Citizenship
Senior Editor: Production and Operations Management
Editorial Boards: Marketing Science, Review of Marketing Science, International Journal of Research in Marketing, Journal of Socio-Economics
Guest Editor: Symposium issue on Virtual Worlds in Southern Economic Journal
Cross-disciplinary: Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Economics: American Economic Review, Econometrica, European Economic Review, J. of Political Economy, Review of Economic Studies, Games and Economic Behavior, International J. of Game Theory, J. of Public Economics, The Economic Journal, J. of Economic Behavior and Organizations, Economics of Governance, Economic Theory, Experimental Economics, Southern Economic Journal, Computational Economics, Economic Inquiry, J. of Economic Dynamics and Control, Economics Bulletin, Economic Theory, J. of Economic Psychology
Marketing: Management Science (Marketing track), J. of Marketing, J. of Marketing Research, Marketing Science, International J. of Research in Marketing, Rev. of Marketing Sci., J. of Business Research, J. of Interactive Marketing
Finance: Journal of Finance, Review of Finance, Journal of Behavioral Finance
OM, OR, and IS: Operations Research, Management Science (Information Systems track), Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, Interfaces, Production and Operations Management, Information Technology and Management, Automatica
Decision analysis and OB: Management Science (Decision Analysis, Organizational Behavior tracks)
Psychology: J. of Mathematical Psychology, J. of Managerial Psychology, J. of Economic Psychology
Government: National Science Foundation, United States-Israel Binational Science Foundation, Research Grants Council (RGC) of Hong Kong, Austrian Science Fund (FWF)
· Area Coordinator, Academic year 2013-2014.
· Member of the Provost’s EPPS Dean Search Committee in 2012.
· Vice Chair, Institutional Review Board, University of Texas at Dallas, 2008-2009
· Faculty Adviser, American Marketing Association DFW CC, 2007-2009.
· Organizer, UTD-FORMS third annual conference, 2009