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Thomas GresikThomas Gresik

Professor of Economics
(PhD, Northwestern University, 1987)
443 Flanner Hall
574-631-9341
email: tgresik@nd.edu
www.nd.edu/~tgresik

Geographic focus: International

Thematic interests: Multinationals and tax competition; regulatory design; applied game theory; microeconomic theory.

Current research: Financing of foreign direct investment; delegation and bargaining.

Selected publications:

  • “Efficient Delegation by An Informed Principal” (with Eric Bond), Journal Of Economics and Management Strategy 20 (Fall 2011)

  • “The Effects of Statistically Dependent Values on Equilibrium Strategies of K-Double Auctions,” Games and Economic Behavior 72 (May 2011)

  • "Transfer Pricing in Vertically Integrated Industries," with Petter Osmundsen, International Tax and Public Finance 15 (2008)

  • Coauthor, “Tax Competition and Foreign Capital,” International Tax and Public Finance (March 2003)

  • “Rationing Rules and European Central Bank Auctions,” Journal of International Money and Finance (November 2001)

  • Coauthor, “The Strategic Effects of Batch Processing,” International Economic Review (August 2001)

  • “Arm’s-length Transfer Pricing and National Welfare,” in Michael R. Baye, ed., Advances in Applied Microeconomics, Vol. 8 (1999)

  • Coauthor, “Competition Between Asymmetrically Informed Principals,” Economic Theory (September 1997)

  • Numerous articles in publications such as Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Public Economics, and Journal of International Economics

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