Ruben Juarez Associate Professor and Graduate Chair Department of Economics Main Interests: Microeconomic Theory, Game Theory, Mechanism Design and Network
Economics.
Contact info:
University
of Hawaii Department of Economics, Saunders Hall 542 2424
Maile Way, Honolulu,
Hawaii 96822 PH:
(808) 9567143 FX:
(808) 9564347
Office: Saunders Hall 530
Email:
Tournament Games with
Externalities Project (AFOSR) 2014 ESA International
Meetings Honolulu, HI 15^{th} Southwest
Economic Theory Conference, Honolulu, HI Workshop in PriorFree Mechanism
Design, Guanajuato, Mexico

Research:
MoneySharing and
Intermediation (2016)
Sharing Sequential Profits in a Network (2016)
Dividing a dollar in a network (2015)
Implementing Efficient
Allocations in Bilateral Networks (Under Review, 2016)
Selfenforcing
Coalitions with Power Accumulation (Forthcoming, IJGT)
The effects of sharing rules in endogeneous
coalition formation (2016)
Optimal group strategyproof cost sharing (Revision Requested, 2015)
Routing
Proofness in Congestion Networks (2014)
Efficient Design of Water Networks (Handbook of Water Economics,
2014)
The
nothreat equilibrium in tournament games with externalities (2013)
Optimal division of a
dollar under ordinal reports (Revision Requested, 2015)
Implementing
efficient graphs in connection networks (EC’11, Economic Theory 2012)
Group
strategyproof cost sharing: the role of indifferences
(Games and Economic Behavior 2013).
Collusionproof
cost sharing (2012)
Monotonic solutions to the
expert aggregation problem (2010)
Solutions without dummy axiom for TU cooperative games (extended
version, Economics Bulletin 2008)
Convex rationing solutions (2011)