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Jon Eguia

Associate Professor
Ph.D., California Institute of Technology

Address: 220A Marshall-Adams Hall
Tel: 517.353.6621
Fax: 517.432.1068
E-mail: eguia@msu.edu
Web: https://www.msu.edu/~eguia/

Curriculum Vitae

  • Political Economy
  • Voting and Elections
  • Collective Decision-Making
  • "Legislative Bargaining with Endogenous Rules" (2015), with K. Shepsle. Journal of Politics. 77(4): 1076-1088.
  • “Asset Pricing and Asymmetric Reasoning” (2015) with E. Asparouhova, P. Bossaerts and W. Zame. Journal of Political Economy 123(1): 66-122.
  • “On the Spatial Representation of Preference Profiles” (2013). Economic Theory 52(1): 103-128.
  • “Discrimination and Assimilation at School.” Forthcoming, Journal of Public Economics.
  • “Voting Blocs, Party Discipline and Party Formation” (2011). Games and Economic Behavior 73(1): 111-135.

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

  • "Information and Targeted Spending", with A. Nicolo. Revision requested from Theoretical Economics.
  • "Equilibrium Selection in Sequential Games with Imperfect Information", with A. Llorente-Saguer, R. Morton and A. Nicolo. Revision requested from Games and Economic Behavior.

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

Michigan State University Department of Economics