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Raphael Boleslavsky
Associate Professor
Department of Economics
University of Miami

r.boleslavsky@miami.edu
521C Jenkins
305-284-4738

EDUCATION
Ph.D. Economics, Duke University, 2009.
B.S. Economics and Mathematics, New York University, 2001.

EMPLOYMENT
June 2016-Present.    Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Miami.
August 2009-May 2016. Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Miami.

PUBLISHED and FORTHCOMING PAPERS
Boleslavsky, Raphael and Maher Said. 2013. "Progressive Screening: Long Term Contracting With a Privately Known Stochastic Process." 
Review of Economic Studies  80(1): 1-34

Boleslavsky, Raphael and David L Kelly2014. "Dynamic Regulation Design Without Monetary Payments: the Importance of Timing."
Journal of Public Economics, 120: 169-180.

Boleslavsky, Raphael and Christopher Cotton2015. "Information and Extremism in Elections."
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 7(1): 165-207.
 
Boleslavsky, Raphael and Christopher Cotton2015. "Grading Standards and Education Quality."
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 7(2): 248-279.

Boleslavsky, Raphael and Tracy Lewis. 2016. "Evolving Influence: Resolving Extreme Conflicts of Interest In Advisory Relationships."
Games and Economic Behavior, 98:100-34.

Boleslavsky, Raphael, David Kelly, and Curtis Taylor. 2017. "Selloffs, Bailouts, and Feedback: Can Asset Markets Inform Policy?"
Journal of Economic Theory, 169:294-343.

Boleslavsky, Raphael, Christopher Cotton, and Haresh Gurnani. 2017. "Demonstrations and Price Competition in New Product Release." 
Management Science, 63(6): 2016-2026.

Boleslavsky, Raphael and Christopher Cotton. 2016. "Limited Capacity in Project Selection: Competition Through Evidence Production." 
Economic Theory, forthcoming.

 

WORKING PAPERS

Markets vs. Mechanisms
(with Christopher Hennessy and David Kelly)

Bayesian Persuasion With Moral Hazard
(with Kyungmin Kim)

Learning More by Doing Less
(with Christopher Cotton) R/R RAND Journal

Organized Advocacy and Corporate Social Responsibility
(with Tracy Lewis and Aaron Chatterji)

Institutions, Repression and the Spread of Protest
(with Mehdi Shadmehr)

Competing for Capital: Auditing and Credibility in Financial Reporting
(with Bruce Carlin and Christopher Cotton)

TEACHING
ECO 444: Game Theory in Economic Applications (Undergraduate, Miami)
ECO 510: Mathematical Economics (Undergraduate, Miami)
ECO 533: Advanced Microeconomics (Ph.D. Miami)
ECO 634: Advanced Microeconomics III (Ph.D. Miami)

REFEREEING
The Review of Economic Studies, Journal of Economic Theory , Games and Economic Behavior, The International Economic Review,  Rand Journal of Economics, Journal of Industrial Economics, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, Management Science, Review of Economic Design, Environmental and Resource Economics, Journal of the European Economic Association, Journal of Public Economics

INVITED SEMINARS
Texas A&M University, Duke University, Florida Atlantic University, Northwestern University, Boston University, University of Iowa, Universite Quebec a Montreal, Queen's University, University of Toronto, Emory University, Drexel University, University of North Carolina, Boston Fed

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
Midwest Economic Theory, Fall 2011, Vanderbilt University: Progressive Screening
Duke-Northwestern-Columbia IO conference, Fall 2011, Columbia University: Evolving Influence
First Caribbean Game Theory Conference, January 2012, Curacao: Progressive Screening
North American Summer Meetings of Econometric Society, Spring 2012, Northwestern University: Information and Extremism
World Congress of the Game Theory Society, Summer 2012, Stony Brook University: Grading Standards
EOW 3, Summer 2013, Queen's University: Evolving Influence
TOI 6 (Keynote), Winter 2013, Universidad Catolica de Chile: Evolving Influence
Midwest Economic Theory, Spring 2014, Indiana University: Selloffs and Feedback
Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory, Summer 2015, Cambridge University: Project Selection
Midwest Economic Theory, Spring 2016, Rochester University: Selloffs and Feedback
American Political Science Association, Fall 2016, Philadelphia, PA: Repression and Protest
ASSA, January 2017, Chicago, IL: Repression and Protest
Econometric Society European Meetings, Lisbon, Portugal: Bayesian Persuasion and Moral Hazard
CPEG 2017, Kingston, ON: Discussion of Sequential Majoritarian Blotto Games by Tilman Klumpp and Kai Konrad

AWARDS
William C. Johnson Jr. Faculty Research Award
School of Business Administration
University of Miami, May 2016