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Luciana Echazu

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Luciana Echazu
Associate Professor
Economic & Financial Studies
378 Bertrand H. Snell Hall
Clarkson University
PO Box 5790
Potsdam, NY 13699-5790

Phone: 315-268-6456
E-mail: lechazu@clarkson.edu


Education
Ph.D., University of Memphis


Research Interests

Industrial Organization, Game Theory, International Trade, Corruption 


Courses Taught

    * EC 384 - Organizational Behavior and Performance Management   

    * EC 451 - Industrial and Supply Chain Economics

Recent Publications

Echazu, L., Nocetti, D., 2012. “Priority Setting in Health Care: Disentangling Risk Aversion from Inequality Aversion”. Health Economics. In Press (DOI: 10.1002/hec.2858) 

Echazu, L. & Garoupa, N. 2012. “Why not adopt a Loser-pays-all rule in Criminal Litigation?” International Review of Law and Economics. 32, 233-241.

Echazu, L., Nocetti, D., & Smith, W. 2012. “A New Look into the Determinants of the Ecological Discount Rate: Disentangling Social Preferences”. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy. Vol.12 Iss.1 (Advances). Article 15.

Echazu, L. 2010. “Corruption and the Balance of Gender Power”. Review of Law and Economics 6 (1), 59-74.

Echazu, L. & Garoupa, N. 2010. “Corruption and the Distortion of Law Enforcement Effort”. American Law and Economics Review 12 (1), 162-180.

Echazu, L. 2009. “Product Differentiation, and International Trade: Exploring the Alchian-Allen Effect”. Research in Economics 63, 95-101.

Echazu, L. & Bose, P. 2008. “Corruption, Centralization and the Informal Sector”.  Southern Economic Journal.75 (2), 524-537.

Bose, P. & Echazu, L. 2007. “Corruption with Heterogeneous Enforcement Agents in the Shadow Economy”. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 163 (2), 285-296.