Contact Info

3056 Allen Building
Department of Economics
Texas A&M University, 4228 TAMU
College Station, TX  77843
(979) 862-8084
abrown@econmail.tamu.edu

 

Alexander L. Brown
Assistant Professor
Co-Director of Economic Research Laboratory
Department of Economics
Texas A&M University

Curriculum Vitae

Research Interests
  • Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics, Game Theory.
Teaching Interests
  • Game Theory, Microeconomic Theory, Behavioral Finance, Experimental Economics.
Journal Publications Other Publications
  • Brown, Alexander L. "Asymmetric Information." The New Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management. D. J. Teece and M. Augier (eds.), forthcoming.
    (encyclopedia version) (final version)

  • Brown, Alexander L. "Investigating Psychology-Influenced Models in Lab, Field and Theory," PhD Dissertation, California Institute of Technology, 2008.
    (abstract)
Working Papers Research in Progress
  • Brown, Alexander L. "Endogenous Time Preferences and Personal Rules."
  • Brown, Alexander L. "Myopic Loss Aversion in Experimental Earnings Reports."
  • Brown, Alexander L. and Colin F. Camerer. "Living in the Moment: Myopic Loss Aversion in Dynamic Decisions."
  • Brown, Alexander L. and Gary Charness. "Attribution to Prominence: An Experimental Investigation."
  • Brown, Alexander L. and Jose Castillo Garcia. "Can Experimental Economics Predict Credit Card Consumption and Default? Evidence from Ecuador."
  • Brown, Alexander L. and Matthew Liu. "First vs. Third Degree Price Discrimination."
  • Brown, Alexander L. and Paul J. Healy. "Irrelevant Alternatives in Multiple Price List Experiments"
  • Brown, Alexander L., Jonathan Meer, and Jacob Williams. "Substitutes vs. Compliments in Charitable Donations."
  • Brown, Alexander L. and Rodrigo A. Velez. "Maximal Envy-Free Auctions."
  • Brown, Alexander L., Ajalavat Viriyavipart, and Xiaoyuan Wang. "Social Preferences in Exploding Offers."
Courses Taught (all course materials found on elearning.)
  • Graduate

  • Undergraduate
    • Principles of Microeconomics (ECON 202)
    • Economics of Decision-Making and Strategy (ECON 449)