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Gustavo E. Rodriguez

Associate Professor of Economics

B.A., Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina)M.A., Ph.D. New York University


Dr. Rodriguez is an associate professor of economics at LIU’s Brooklyn campus. His general areas of interest are microeconomic theory and mathematical economics. In particular, his research involves several applications of game theory to the study of auctions, industrial organization, regulation and the internal organization of the firm. His work has been published in prestigious specialized journals and regularly presented in national and international conferences, including the annual meetings of the Eastern Economic Association, the Western Economic Association, the Econometric Society and the Association of Southern European Economic Theorists. Aside from the core introductory economics courses, he regularly teaches a variety of advanced courses within his area of expertise.


Game Theory, Industrial Organization and Regulation, Internal Organization of the Firm


  • Author, "Sequential Auctions with Imperfect Quantity Commitment," published in Economic Theory
  • Author, "Sequential Auctions with Multi-unit Demands,” published in B. E. Journal of Theoretical Economics, Contributions
  • Author, "On the Value of Information in the Presence of Moral Hazard," published in the Review of Economic Design
  • Author, "Auctions of Licences and Market Structure," published in Economic Theory
  • Author, "First Price Auctions: Monotonicity and Uniqueness," published in the International Journal of Game Theory

Professional Affiliations

  • Member, American Economic Association
  • Member, Eastern Economic Association