Assistant Professor of Economics
Julian Romero joined the Eller College of Management in 2015. Before coming to Eller, he worked as an assistant professor of economics at Purdue University, which he joined after earning his PhD in Economics from the California Institute of Technology. His areas of expertise include game theory and experimental economics. Specifically, he is interested how bounded rationality and learning can lead to sharper predictions in situations with multiple equilibria. Recently, his research has focused on coordination games and repeated games.
- Econ 436 Behavioral Economics
- Econ 696B Experimental Economics ll
- Comparing Predicted Prices (with Eric Bax, Anand Kuratti and Preston McAfee) - International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2012
- A generalized approach to belief learning in repeated games (with Christos A. Ioannou) - Games and Economic Behavior, 2014
- Learning with repeated-game strategies (with Christos A. Ioannou) - Frontiers in Neuroscience, 2014
- The Effect of Hysteresis on Equilibrium Selection in Coordination Games - Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2015