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Professor Lawrence M. Ausubel
Department of Economics
University of Maryland
College Park MD 20742-7211
(301) 405-3495




Lawrence M. Ausubel is Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics at the University of Maryland. Professor Ausubel has published widely on auctions, bargaining, the credit card market, and other aspects of industrial organization and financial markets. His most recent papers, including “Ascending Auctions with Package Bidding” (joint with Paul Milgrom) and “An Efficient Dynamic Auction for Heterogeneous Commodities,” can be downloaded from this site.

He has also testified before the U.S. Congress and the National Bankruptcy Review Commission as an expert on bankruptcy issues, and in court as an economics expert. Before joining the University of Maryland faculty, he taught at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. Professor Ausubel received his A.B. in Mathematics from Princeton University, his M.S. in Mathematics from Stanford University, his M.L.S. in Legal Studies from Stanford Law School, and his Ph.D. in Economics from Stanford University. He is also president of Market Design Inc.

This web site includes a collection of materials by Lawrence M. Ausubel and his co-authors. Most materials are available in Adobe Acrobat .pdf format (version 3). Most of the materials are copyrighted. Users may make a single copy of published papers for educational purposes.

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