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Luis de Araujo

Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania

Address: 110 Marshall-Adams Hall
Tel: 517.355.7583
Fax: 517.432.1068
E-mail: araujolu@msu.edu

Curriculum Vitae


  • Strategic problems related to the existence of monetary equilbrium under uncertainty
  • The informational role of prices in the economy
  • Competitive money systems
  • The relation between reputation, enforcement and the volume of trade
  • The role of frictions in financial markets
  • Endogenous Supply of Fiat Money (with Braz Camargo), Journal of Economic Theory, Volume 142, September 2008, 48-72
  • Markets and Relationships in a Learning Economy (with Raoul Minetti), Review of Economic Dynamics, Volume 13, July 2010, 687-700
  • On the Essentiality of Banks (with Raoul Minetti), International Economic Review, Volume 52, August 2011, 679-691
  • Essentiality of Money with Centralized Trade (with B. Camargo, R. Minetti, and D. Puzzello), Journal of Monetary Economics, Volume 59, November 2012, 612-621
  • Coordination in the use of Money (with Bernardo Guimaraes), Journal of Monetary Economics, Volume 64, May 2014, 38-47

Please see the faculty member's web site for a copy of the paper in pdf format.

  • Optimal monetary policy when money and credit are essential (with Tai-Wei Hu)
  • Credit Crunches, Asset Prices, and Technological Change (with Raoul Minetti)
  • Money, Credit, and Coordination (with Bernardo Guimaraes)
  • Intertemporal Coordination with Delay Options (with Bernardo Guimaraes)
  • Institutions and Export Dynamics (with Emanuel Ornelas and Giordano Mion)

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Michigan State University Department of Economics