art auctions, investment returns to violins, price discrimination and anti-competitive behavior
My research interests on in the fields of the economics of art and culture and industrial organization. Specifically, recent interests have been in the areas of investment returns to violins, a structural analysis of price discrimination at the Fulton fish market, and a better method for estimating returns using repeat sales data on unique items such as art and real estate.
I enjoy teaching all levels of industrial organization and introductory economics.
My homepage is located at http://people.brandeis.edu/~kgraddy/
Princeton University, Ph.D.
Columbia University, M.B.A.
Tulane University, B.A.
Tulane University, B.S.
Awards and Honors
Pommerhene Prize for Best Paper in the Journal of Cultural Economics (2012)
|ECON||2a||Introduction to Economics|
|ECON||302a||Advanced Microeconomics II|
|ECON||340f||Empirical Industrial Organization|
|ECON/FA||87a||Economics and the Arts|