Mark Stegeman

Associate Professor of Economics


Ph.D. in Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Areas of Expertise

  • Microeconomic Theory
  • Game Theory 
  • Industrial Organization 


ECON 200 Basic Economics Issues


  • "Advertising in Competitive Markets," American Economic Review 81:210-223 (1991).
  • "Sufficient Conditions for Inessentiality," Econometrica 61:613-27 (1993).
  • "Participation Costs and Efficient Auctions," Journal of Economic Theory 71:228-259 (1996).
  • "Comment on 'Learning, Mutation, and Evolution in Games'" (with Paul Rhode), Econometrica 64:443-49 (1996).
  • "Sequential Procurement Auctions with Subcontracting" (with Ian Gale and Donald Hausch), International Economic Review 41:989-1021 (2000).
  • "Non-Nash Equilibria of Darwinian Dynamics" (with Paul Rhode), International Journal of Industrial Organization 19:415-454 (2001).
  • "Sequential Auctions with Endogenous Valuations" (with Ian Gale), Games and Economic Behavior, 36:74-103 (2001).
  • "Rigid Monopoly Prices," Advances in Applied Microeconomics (vol. 9, pp. 231-65), M. Baye, ed., Elsevier Science (New York), 2000.
  • "Existence and Uniqueness of Maximal Reductions Under Iterated Strict Dominance" (with Martin Dufwenberg), Econometrica 70:2007-23 (2002). 
  • "Stochastic Darwinian Equilibria in Small and Large Populations" (with Paul Rhode), Games and Economic Behavior 49:171-214 (2004).
  • “Leadership and Information” (with Mana Komai and Ben Hermalin), forthcoming American Economic Review.