Ernan Haruvy

Professor - Management
Tags: Economics Marketing

Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Economics
University of Texas at Austin - 1999
M.S. - Economics
University of Texas at Austin - 1996
B.S. - International Business
University of Texas at Austin - 1993

Research Areas

Research Interests

E-commerce, Market design, auctions, Network externalities, experimental economics

Publications

Schoenberg, Eric, and Ernan Haruvy (2012). "Relative Performance Information in Asset Markets: An Experimental Approach." Journal of Economic Psychology 33, 1143-1155. 2012 - Publication
Haruvy, E., T. Li, S. Sethi (2012), Two-Stage Pricing for Custom-Made Products, European Journal of Operational Research219(2), 405-414 2012 - Publication
Haruvy, E. and S. Jap (2011), Designing B2B Markets, Handbook of Business-to-business Marketing, Gary Lilien and Rajdeep Grewal (Eds.),  2011 - Publication
Li, S., K. Dogan, E. Haruvy, Group Identity in Markets, forthcoming in International Journal of Industrial Organization. 2011 - Publication
Chakravarty, S., G. Harrison, E. Haruvy, and E. Rutstrom (2011), Are You Risk Averse over Other Peoples Money? Southern Economic Journal 77(4), 901-913. 2011 - Publication
Haruvy, E. (2011), Challenges and Opportunities in Economics Experiments in Virtual Worlds, forthcoming in Southern Economic Journal 78(1), July.  2011 - Publication
Harrisom, G., Haruvy, E., and E. Rutstrom (2011), Remarks on Virtual World and Virtual Reality Experiments, forthcoming in Southern Economics Journal 78(1), July. 2011 - Publication
M. Fiedler, E. Haruvy and S. Li (2011), Social distance in a virtual world experiment, Games and Economic Behavior, Games and Economic Behavior 72(2), 400-426  2011 - Publication
Dogan, K., E. Haruvy, and R. Rao (2010), Who should practice price discrimination using rebates in an asymmetric duopoly? Quantitative Marketing and Economics 8(1), 61-90. 2010 - Publication
Haruvy, E. and P. T. L. Popkowski Leszczyc, Choice and Search in Online Consumer Auctions, Forthcoming Marketing Science 2010 - Publication

Appointments

Visiting Scholar
Tilburg University [2009–2009]
Associate Professor
The University of Texas at Dallas [2008–Present]
Assistant Professor
The University of Texas at Dallas [2001–2008]
Research Fellow
Harvard Business School [2000–2001]
Lecturer
University of Texas at Austin [2000–2000]
Lecturer
Technion -- Israel Institute of Technology [1999–2000]
Lecturer
University of Texas at Austin [1999–1999]
Instructor
University of Texas at Austin [1998–1999]

Projects

Organized "Learning" session and presented "Learning in Two-Stage Lotteries."
2005–2005 2005 SEA Meetings, Washington, D.C., Nov 18-20, 2005
Competition Between Auctions
2007–2007 2007 Seventh Triennial Invitational Choice Symposium, Wharton, June 13-17Session organizer.
Bidding Strategies in Buyer Determined Online Auctions and An Experimental Investigation of Buyer Determined Procurement Auctions
2008–2008 2008 Annual Marketing Science conference, Vancouver BC, June 12-14, 2008
Organizer
2009–2009 2009 UTD- Frontiers of Research in Marketing Science Conference, Dallas, February 19-21, 2009
Infrastructure for Laboratory Experiments
2007–2007 2007 Second Annual Behavioral Operations conference July 23-24 Carlson School of Management University of Minnesota.

Additional Information

Membership in Professional Societies
  • American Economic Association
  • Economic Science Association
  • Econometric Society
  • American Marketing Association
  • Informs
Grants, Fellowships and Awards
  •     *  Management Science Distinguished Service Award for 2010
  •     * MSI research award #4-1644 (2010)."Seller Strategy in B2B Multichannels: Auctions, Buy-Now Pricing, and Price Discovery." $3000
  •     *  Management Science Distinguished Service Award for 2009
  •     * The 1st Technion Open Choice Prediction Competition. First Place in Predicting Decisions from Description, 2009.
  •     * The Fostering of Charitable Giving in Canadian Society, Community University Research Alliances program (Letter of Intent), 2008 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Research Grant, $20,000
  •     * Senior personnel on NSF #SES-0519168, Rule Learning Across Dissimilar Normal-Form Games, PI: Dale Stahl, 08/01/05 - 07/31/07, $24,675
  •     * United States-Israel Binational Science Foundation, #2002114, July 2003-July 2005, with Ido Erev and Alvin Roth; $20,000.
  •     * National Science Foundation-- Time-sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences, proposal #157, May 2003, with Sujoy Chakravarty. The TESS project facilitates data collection via the Internet and pays for the associated costs of data collection.
  •     * M. R. Saulson Research Fund #191-408, March 2000 – September 2002; $2,000.
  •     * Senior personnel on NSF #SES-9986379, with Dale Stahl; February 2000-January 2001; $45,000.
  •     * Research grant: B.T.S Academic Lectureship in Industrial Engineering and Management, #7700213, January, 2000; $800.
  •     * Professional Development Award, April 1998.
  •     * David Bruton, Jr. Fellowship, 1997-1998 academic year.
  •     * Peter L. Reid Memorial Scholarship for academic achievement, 1992-1993 academic year.
  •     * Spain-Leff Memorial Scholarship for academic excellence, 1992-1993 academic year.

News Articles

Marketing Class Competition Pairs Students with Golin's Pros
Communications company Golin’s first interaction with the Naveen Jindal School of Management proved so positive that the “we’re going to need to hold on to a lot of résumés,” Brittany McKone, director of analytics in Golin’s Dallas office, said recently.
Her comment came after a team of five students won a Golin-sponsored marketing class competition to analyze Twitter data in a search for “accelerants of relevance.” The term encompasses all the traits that lie behind a piece of news spreading widely, quickly — “going viral” — on social media.
Marketing Class Competition Pairs Students with Golin's Pros
Communications company Golin’s first interaction with the Naveen Jindal School of Management proved so positive that the “we’re going to need to hold on to a lot of résumés,” Brittany McKone, director of analytics in Golin’s Dallas office, said recently.
Her comment came after a team of five students won a Golin-sponsored marketing class competition to analyze Twitter data in a search for “accelerants of relevance.” The term encompasses all the traits that lie behind a piece of news spreading widely, quickly — “going viral” — on social media.