Alan D. Miller

University of Haifa
Faculty of Law and Department of Economics

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Curriculum Vitae



Published Research
1. Group Identification. Games and Economic Behavior, Vol. 63 (2008), 188–202. [Science Direct]
2. A Measure of Bizarreness (with Christopher P. Chambers). Quarterly Journal of Political Science, Vol. 5 (2010), 27–44. [QJPS]
[an article in Slate.com discussing our measure] [an article in Science discussing our measure]
3. Rules for Aggregating Information (with Christopher P. Chambers). Social Choice and Welfare, Vol. 36 (2011), 75–82. [SpringerLink]
4. The Reasonable Person (with Ronen Perry). New York University Law Review, Vol. 87 (2012), 323–392. [SSRN]
5. The Tradeoff of the Commons (with R. Preston McAfee). Journal of Public Economics, Vol. 96 (2012), 349–353. [Science Direct]
[Supplementary Notes]
6. Good Faith Performance (with Ronen Perry). Iowa Law Review, Vol. 98 (2013), 689–745. [SSRN]
7. Inefficiency Measurement (with Christopher P. Chambers). American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, Vol. 6 (2014), 79–92. [AEA]
8. Measuring Legislative Boundaries (with Christopher P. Chambers). Mathematical Social Sciences, Vol. 66 (2013), 268–275. [Science Direct]
9. A Group’s a Group, No Matter How Small: An Economic Analysis of Defamation (with Ronen Perry). Washington and Lee Law Review, Vol. 70 (2013), 2269–2336. [SSRN]
10. Community Standards. Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 148 (2013), 2696–2705. [Science Direct]
11. Scholarly Influence (with Christopher P. Chambers). Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 151 (2014), 571–583. [Science Direct]
12. Challenging the Law on Licensees' Ability to Launch Patent Challenges (with Michal Gal). Yale Journal on Regulation, forthcoming.


Working Papers
Arrow’s Theorem Without Transitivity (with Shiran Rachmilevitch)
most recent version: February 4, 2014.


Contact Information
admiller at econ.haifa.ac.il

University of Haifa
Mount Carmel
Haifa, 31905
Israel


Biography
Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, 2009
M.S., California Institute of Technology, 2006
J.D., Northwestern University, 2001
B.A., University of California, Berkeley, 1998

Attorney-Advisor, Transportation Security Administration, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, 2002–2004