Juan Camilo Gómez
    Associate Professor (with tenure)
   
    Mailing Address
      University of Washington Bothell School of Business
      Box 358533
      18115 Campus Way NE
      Bothell, WA 98011-8246

    Electronic Address
      jcgomez@u.washington.edu
 

Curriculum Vita: Click here

Research Interests

Bargaining, Coalition Formation, Cooperation, Game Theory, General Equilibrium, Microeconomic Theory

Refereed Publications

Gómez, J.C. 2006. Achieving efficiency with manipulative bargainers.

Games and Economic Behavior, Vol. 57, No. 2, pp. 254 – 263.

         Preprint version here

 

Bejan, C. and Gómez, J.C. 2009. Core extensions for non-balanced TU-games.

International Journal of Game Theory, Vol. 38, No. 1, pp. 3-16.

         Preprint version here

 

Balakrishnan, P. V., Gómez, J.C. and Vohra, R. V. 2011. The Tempered Aspirations solution for bargaining problems with a reference point.

Mathematical Social Sciences, Vol. 62, No. 2, pp. 144-150.

    Preprint version here 

 

Bejan, C. and Gómez, J.C. Axiomatizing core extensions.

International Journal of Game Theory, DOI: 10.1007/s00182-011-0316-4.

         Preprint version here

 

Bejan, C. and Gómez, J.C. Using the aspiration core to predict coalition formation.

International Game Theory Review, Vol. 14, No. 1. DOI: 10.142/S021919891250041.

         Preprint version here

 

Bejan, C. and Gómez, J.C. A market interpretation of the proportional extended core.

Economics Letters, Vol. 117, No. 3, pp. 636-638.

         Preprint version here

Working Papers

Bargaining problems with arbitrary reference points    (joint work with P.V. (Sundar) Balakrishnan and Rakesh Vohra)

Competitive outcomes, endogenous firm formation and the aspiration core    (joint work with Camelia Bejan)

On Market Games with Time, Location, and Free Disposal Constraints    (joint work with Camelia Bejan)

Deciding when ‘Pay What You Want’ Pricing is Profitable    (joint work with Sandeep Krishnamurthy)
Presentation at UWB Research Seminar

Teaching

2010 MBA Professor of the Year -- Graduation Remarks

Asterisks
(*) denote teaching distinctions

University of Washington, Bothell
Economics for Business Leaders (MBA) (*), Managerial Economics, Introduction to Game Theory, Quantitative Methods for Business (MBA) 

Macalester College
International Economics, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Game Theory, Economic Restructuring of Latin America, Principles of Macro/Micro economics  

University of Copenhagen

Topics in Advanced Microeconomics (Ph.D.)
 

University of Minnesota
Introduction to Mathematical Economics (*), Introduction to Econometrics, Microeconomic Theory Recitations (Ph.D.) (*)

Universidad de los Andes
Math Refresher Course for Master Students (Graduate), Discrete Mathematics, Mathematical Economics, Integral Calculus (*), Differential Calculus, Pre-Calculus