Greg Lewis, Associate Professor of Economics, Harvard

My main research interests lie in industrial organization and market design, with a particular focus on auction theory and estimation.  Recently, my time has been spent developing dynamic models of auction markets, suggesting methods for price discrimination in online display advertising, examining learning by firms in the British electricity market and analyzing how contract terms interact with moral hazard in highway procurement.  I received my bachelor’s degree in economics and statistics from the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa, and my MA and PhD from the University of Michigan.

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Harvard University
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