Rodrigo A. Velez
Assistant Professor
Department of Economics, Texas A&M University
4228 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4228

Tel: (979) 862-8082
rvelezca@econmail.tamu.edu
Office: 3065 Allen Building

Here is my CV; Google Scholar profile; ideas; EconPapers

Welcome to my webpage. I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at Texas A&M University.  I study economic mechanisms. My main interest is the study of incentives issues in common ownership resource allocation problems.  I am also interested in Market Design, Algorithmic Game Theory, and extreme case scenario welfare analysis.

Publications (peer reviewed; reverse order)

- Sincere and sophisticated players in an equal-income market,  Journal of Economic Theory 157 (2015) 1114-1129EC'13 extended abstract here; Pre-print. ScienceDirect access here.

- Fairness and externalitiesForthcoming Theoretical Economics (2015+) (http://econtheory.org/)  Pre-print.

- Consistent strategy-proof assignment by hierarchical exchange, Economic Theory 56:1 (2014) 125-156. Pre-print; ScienceDirect access here.

The price of imperfect competition for a spanning network (with Herve Moulin), Games and Economic Behavior 81 (2013) 11-26 (Pre-print; Presentation in pdf and tex) SicenceDirect access here.

- Let them cheat! (with William ThomsonGames and Economic Behavior 75:2 (2012) 948-963 (Pre-print; presentation in pdf); ScienceDirect access here.

- Are incentives against economic justice? Journal of Economic Theory 146 (2011) 326-345 (Pre-print; presentation in pdf and tex); ScienceDirect access here.

- Reflecting inequality of claims in gains and losses (with Yoichi KasajimaEconomic Theory 46: 2 (2011) 283-295 (Pre-print; presentation in pdf); Springerlink access here.

- Non-proportional inequality preserving rationing (with Yoichi KasajimaJournal of Mathematical Economics 46 (2010) 1079-1092 (Pre-print; presentation in pdf); ScienceDirect access here.

Invited publications

- Back to original frugality, ACM SIGecom Exchanges, Vol. 12, No. 1, June 2013, Pages 49-52. Open access

Working Papers 

- The costs and benefits of  symmetry in common-ownership allocation problems (with Alex Brown), 2014 pdf; Submitted.

- Divide and compromise (with Antonio Nicolo), 2014.

Perfect full implementation: a robust, simple, fair, and natural alternative (with Jim Schummer), 2015.

Works in progress

-  Strategic sincerity in uniform rationing (with Jim Schummer).

- Optimal competitive auctions (with 
Alex Brown).

- Money-monotonicity in the allocation of indivisible goods and money.

- Monotonicity of preferences and the manipulation of the equal-sacrifice solution.

- Consistent queueing rules (with William Thomson).

Teaching

- Spring 2015: Econ 323-502&503
- Fall 2014: Econ 629
- Summer 2014: Math camp Econ Ph.D.
- Fall 2013: Econ 629 and Econ 631
- Spring 2013 (teaching release)
Fall 2012: Econ 629 and Econ 631 
Spring 2012: Econ 323
Fall 2011: Econ 629
- Summer 2011: The Theory of Market Design (authorized access only) here
Spring 2011: Econ 323 
- Fall 2010: Econ 629
- Spring 2010: Econ 323
Fall 2009: Econ 629

Links

Department of Economics, University of Rochester.
Math. Department, Universidad Nacional de Colombia; Medellin.
IMPA, National Institute of Pure and Applied Math; Brazil.
EAFIT, School of Business, Finance, and Technology; Medellin.
- My Web Page at Texas A&M: Here
- Media coverage: Today show (2008) here.