Charles A. Holt
A. Willis Robertson Professor of Political Economy
Department of Economics
University of Virginia

 
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Employment

Department of Economics, University of Virginia
      A. Willis Robertson Professor of Political Economy (2002-)
      Merrill Bankard Professor of Economics (1996-2002),
      Professor (1989-96), Associate Professor (1983-1989), Visitor (1979-80)
University of Amsterdam, CREED visiting scholar (June 1996), Honorary Professor (since June 2003)
Department of Economics, University of Minnesota
      Associate Professor (1982-83), Assistant Professor (1977-81), Instructor (1976-77)
Georgia State University, visiting scholar (Spring 2000)
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, short term visitor, (2000)
California Institute of Technology, visiting scholar (Fall 1999)
University of Copenhagen, CIE, visiting lecturer (July 1996)
Stanford University, visiting scholar (Spring, 1996)
Universite Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France (May 1995, May 1996)
Economic Science Laboratory, University of Arizona (July 1989)
Autonomous University of Barcelona (1986-87, June 1988)
Federal Trade Commission (intermittent, 1983-1993)
Education
1977: Ph.D. in Economics, Carnegie Mellon University
1974: M.S. in Economics, Carnegie Mellon University
1970: B.A. in Political Science and Economics, Washington & Lee University
Awards
1977: L. J. Savage Award (dissertation research in Bayesian analysis)
1977: Alexander Henderson Award (in economic theory, Carnegie Mellon University)
1998: Charter Member of the Game Theory Society
2003: Honorary Professor, University of Amsterdam, June 2003
National Science Foundation Grants (co-PIs are not listed)
2001-06: NSF SBR "Game Theory and Social Interactions: A Virtual Collaboratory for Teaching and Research"
    (a multi-disciplinary 5-year $2.5 million NSF Infrastructure grant)
2003-04  NSF DUE-0230808 "Collaboratorative Research: Economics Experiments to Prepare Secondary Teachers and Reinforce Understanding of Basic Economics"
1999-01: NSF SBR 9818683 "An Experimental Examination of Bounded Rationality"
1997-00: NSF SBR 9617784, "Equilibrium with Bounded Rationality"
1997-98: NSF SBR 9712373, "Computer Laboratory for Experiments in Economics."
1994-97: NSF SBR-9320044, "Laboratory Markets with Discounts"
1994-96: NSF SBR-9320617, "Information Cascade Experiments"
1990-93: NSF SES-9012694, "Experimental Analysis of Cooperation"
1988-90: NSF SES-8720105, "Experimental Tests of Nash Refinements"
1983-85: NSF SES-8219720, "Experimental Studies of Industrial Organization Theories"
1980-82: NSF SES-7923694, "Signaling Auction Markets"
Other External Grants
1994: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, visiting researcher, Tsukuba University
1993: Experimental Games (with Jordi Brandts), Spanish DGCICYT
1992: U.S.I.A. Academic Specialist Grant for Mexico, January 1992
1987: US/Spain Joint Committee, Sabbatical, "Theoretical Issues in Industrial Organization"
Professional Service
Experimental Economics, Kluwer Academic Press, founding Co-editor, 1998-2004
Economic Science Association, President, 1991-1993
Southern Economic Association, President, 2002, First Vice President, 1993-4.
American Economic Association, Committee on Economic Education, 1999-2004
Board of Editors, American Economic Review, 1999-2004
National Science Foundation Panels: Economics, IGERT, DRMS, Graduate Research
Associate Editor, International Journal of Game Theory, 1995-2000
Associate Editor, Economic Theory, 1995-1998
Departmental Service
Chair, September 1996-August 1999
Director, Thomas Jefferson Center for Political Economy, 1993-96, 2001-2
Director of Graduate Studies, 1989-1992
Director of Undergraduate Studies, 1985-86
Director, Distinguished Majors Program, 1984-5, 1988
Publications: Books

Webgames and Strategy: Recipes for Interactive Learning, forthcoming, Addison-Wesley, 2006.

Research in Experimental Economics, Experiments Investigating Market Power, vol. 9, 2002, Volume co-editor (with Mark Isaac), JAI Press.

Research in Experimental Economics, Emissions Permit Experiments, vol. 7, 1999, Volume co-editor (with Mark Isaac), JAI Press.

Experimental Economics (with D. Davis), Princeton University Press, 1993.

"Bidding for Contracts," in Bayesian Analysis in Economic Theory and Time Series Analysis, the 1977 Savage Dissertation Award Theses (with R. W. Shore), A. Zellner and J. B. Kadane (eds.), North-Holland, 1980.
 

Research Articles (not related to teaching)

"Regular Quantal Response Equilibrium" (with Jacob Goeree and Tom Palfrey) forthcoming in a special issue of Experimental Economics, 2006.
"Risk Aversion and Incentives: New Data Without Order Effects"  (with Susan Laury) American Economic Review, June 2005, 95(3), 902-912.
"An Exploration of Anomalous Behavior in Models of Political Participation," (with J. Goeree), May 2005, American Political Science Review, May 2005, 99(2), 201-213.
"An Experimental Study of Costly Coordination," (with J. Goeree) Games and Economic Behavior, (special issue in honor of Richard McKelvey) 2005 (2), 349-364.
"Noisy Directional Learning and the Logit Equilibrium" (with Simon Anderson and Jacob Goeree), Scandinavian Journal of Economics, (106) September 2004, 581-602.
"The Nash Equilibrium: A Perspective" (with Al Roth) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, March 2004, 101(12) pp. 3999-4002.
"A Model of Noisy Introspection" (with Jacob Goeree), Games and Economic Behavior, 2004, 46(2), 281-294.
"Risk Averse Behavior in Generalized Matching Pennies Games" (with Jacob Goeree and Thomas Palfrey), Games and Economic Behavior, 2003, 45, 97-113.
"Using Laboratory Experiments for Policy Making: An Example from the Georgia Irrigation Reduction Auction (with Ronald Cummings and Susan Laury), forthcoming in the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Sping 2004, 3(2), 341-363.
"Economic Science: An Experimental Approach for Teaching and Research," Presidential Address, Southern Economic Journal, April 2003, 69(4), 755-771.
"Risk Aversion and Incentive Effects in Lottery Choices" (with S. Laury), American Economic Review, December 2002, 92: 1644-55..
  "Quantal Response Equilibrium and Overbidding in Private Value Auctions," (with J. Goeree and T. Palfrey), Journal of Economic Theory, 2002, 104(1), 247-272.
"Ten Little Treasures of Game Theory, and Ten Intuitive Contradictions," (with J. Goeree), American Economic Review, December 2001, 1402-1422.
"Varying the Scale of Financial Incentives Under Real and Hypothetical Conditions" (with S. Laury), Brain and Behavioral Sciences 24(4), 417-418.
"Learning and Noisy Equilibrium Behavior in an Experimental Study of Imperfect Price Competition," (with M. Capra, R. Gomez, and J. Goeree), International Economic Review, 43(3), August 2002, 613-636.
"The Logit Equilibrium: A Perspective on Intuitive Behavioral Anomalies," (with S. Anderson and J. Goeree), Southern Economic Journal, July 2002, 69(1) 21-47.
"Supracompetitive Prices and Market Power in Posted-Offer Experiments," (with A. Villamil and D. Davis), forthcoming in Research in Experimental Economics, Experiments Investigating Market Power, vol. 9, 2002, M. Isaac and C. Holt, eds, JAI Press, 121-137.
"Incentives in Public Goods Experiments: Implications for the Environment," (with J. Goeree and S. Laury), forthcoming in Frontiers of Environmental Economics, J. List and A. de Zeeuw, eds.
"Minimum-Effort Coordination Games: Stochastic Potential and Logit Equilibrium," (with S. Anderson and J. Goeree), Games and Economic Behavior, 34(2), 2001, 177-199.
"Private Costs and Public Benefits: Unraveling the Effects of Altruism and Noisy Behavior," (with J. Goeree and S. Laury), Journal of Public Economics, 83(2), 2002, 257-278.
"Asymmetric Inequality Aversion and Noisy Behavior in Alternating-Offer Bargaining Games,"  (with J. Goeree), European Economic Review, 44, 2000, 1079-1089.
"Stochastic Game Theory: For Playing Games, Not Just for Doing Theory," (with J. Goeree), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 96, September 1999, 10564-10567.
"Anomalous Behavior in a Traveler's Dilemma," (with M. Capra, J. Goeree, and R. Gomez) American Economic Review, 89(3) June1999, 678-690.
"Equilibrium Cooperation in Two-Stage Games: Experimental Evidence," (with D. Davis), International Journal of Game Theory, 1999, 28:89-109.
"A Theoretical Analysis of Altruism and Decision Error in Public Goods Games," (with J. Goeree and S. Anderson), Journal of Public Economics, 70(2), 1998, 297-323.
"The War of Attrition with Noisy Players," (with J. Goeree and S. Anderson) in Advances in Applied Micro-Economics, Volume 7, M. R. Baye, ed., Greenwich, Conn.: JAI Press, 1998, 15-29.
"The All-Pay Auction: Equilibrium with Bounded Rationality," (with J. Goeree and S. Anderson), Journal of Political Economy, 106(4), August 1998, 828-853.
"Conspiracies and Secret Price Discounts," (with D. Davis), Economic Journal, 108, May 1998, 1-21.
"Information Cascades in the Laboratory," (with L. Anderson), American Economic Review, December 1997,  847-862, received a 1999 ANBAR Citation of Excellence.
"List Prices and Discounts: The Interrelationship Between Consumer Shopping Patterns and Profitable Marketing Strategies," (with D. Davis), Psychology and Marketing, 13(0), July 1996, 341-363.
"Price Rigidities and Institutional Variations in Markets with Posted Prices," (with D. Davis), Economic Theory, 9(1), 1996, 63-80.
"Consumer Search Costs and Market Performance," (with Doug Davis), Economic Inquiry, 34, January 1996, 1-29.
"Markets with Posted Prices: Recent Results from the Laboratory," (with D. Davis), Investigaciones Económicas, Sept. 1996, 20(3), 291-320.
"Limitations of Forward Induction and Dominance: Experimental Evidence," (with J. Brandts), Economics Letters, 49, 1995, 391-95.
"An Examination of the Diamond Paradox: Initial Laboratory Results," (with D. Davis), Actas de las X Jornadas de Economia Industrial, Madrid: Fundacion Empresa Publica, 1995, 67-70.
"Market Power and Mergers in Laboratory Experiments with Posted Prices," (with D. Davis), RAND Journal of Economics, 25(3), Autumn 1994, 467-487.
"The Effects of Discounting Opportunities in Laboratory Posted-Offer Markets," (with D. Davis), Economics Letters, 44, 1994, 249-253.
"The Loser's Curse," (with R. Sherman), American Economic Review, 84(3), June 1994, 642-652.
"Equilibrium Cooperation in Three-Person, Choice-of-Partner Games," (with D. Davis), Games and Economic Behavior, 7, 1994, 39-53.
"Conspiracies and Secret Discounts: Initial Laboratory Results," (with D. Davis), Actas de las IX Jornadas de Economia Industrial, Madrid: Fundacion Empresa Publica, 1994, 103-107.
"Adjustment Patterns and Equilibrium Selection in Experimental Signaling Games," (with J. Brandts), International Journal of Game Theory, 22, 279-302, 1993.
"An Experimental Test of Equilibrium Dominance in Signaling Games," (with J. Brandts), American Economic Review, 82(5), December 1992, 1350-1365.
"Forward Induction: Experimental Evidence from Two-stage Games with Complete Information," (with J. Brandts), Research in Experimental Economics, Volume 5, M. Isaac (ed.), Greenwich, Conn.: JAI Press, 1992, 119-136.
"Patrones de Ajuste y Selección de Equilibrios en Juegos Experimentales de Señalización," (with J. Brandts), Actas de las VIII Jornadas de Economia Industrial, Madrid: Fundacion Empresa Publica, 1993, 63-67.
"The Calculation of Equilibrium Mixed Strategies in Posted-Offer Auctions," (with F. Solis-Soberon), Research in Experimental Economics, Volume 5, M. Isaac, (ed.), Greenwich, Conn.: JAI Press, 1992, 189-229.
"Capacity Asymmetries, Market Power, and Mergers in Markets with Posted Prices," (with D. Davis), Investigaciones Económicas, 2, suplemento, 1992, 73-79.
"Advertising and Product Quality in Posted-Offer Experiments," (with R. Sherman), Economic Inquiry, 28(3), January 1990, 39-56.
"The Effects of Non-Binding Price Announcements in Posted-Offer Markets," (with D. Davis) Economics Letters, 34(4), December 1990, 307-310.
"Evidencia Experimental Sobre Inducción Proyectiva," (with Jordi Brandts), Investigaciones Económicas, (secgunda epoca), 1990, 139-43.
"Strategic Voting Behavior in Agenda-Controlled Committee Experiments," (with C. Eckel), American Economic Review, 79(4), September 1989, 763-773.
"The Exercise of Market Power in Laboratory Experiments,"Journal of Law and Economics, (32, 2, pt.2) October 1989, S107-S131.
"Facilitating Practices: The Effects of Advance Notice and Best-Price Policies," (with David Scheffman), RAND Journal of Economics, 18(2), Summer 1987, 187-197.
"Market Power in Oral Double Auctions," (with L. Langan and A. Villamil), Economic Inquiry, 24, January 1986,107-123.
"Preference Reversals and the Independence Axiom," American Economic Review, 76(3), June 1986, 508-515.
"A Laboratory Experiment with a Single-Person Cobweb," (with Anne Villamil), Atlantic Economic Journal, 14(2) July 1986, 51-54.
"Quality Uncertainty and Bundling," (with R. Sherman), in P. M. Ippolito and D. T. Scheffman (eds.), Empirical Approaches to Consumer Protection Economics, Washington D.C.: Bureau of Economics, Federal Trade Commission, 1986, 221-250.
"Discussant's comments on: Incentives, Learning and Processing of Information in a Market Environment: An Examination of the Base-Rate Fallacy," in S. Moriarity (ed.), Laboratory Market Research, University of Oklahoma, 1986, 80-85.
"Scoring Rules for Eliciting Subjective Probability and Utility Functions,"  in P. K. Goel and A. Zellner (eds.), Bayesian Inference and Decision Techniques: Essays in Honor of Bruno de Finetti, North-Holland, 1986, 279-290.
"When a Queue is Like an Auction," (with R. Sherman), in M. Shubik, R. Englebrecht-Wiggans, and R. Stark (eds.), Auctions Bidding and Contracting: Uses and Theory, New York University Press, 1983, 255-282
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"An Experimental Test of the Consistent-Conjectures Hypothesis,"American Economic Review, 75(3), June 1985, 314-325.
"On the Use of Profit Data to Estimate the Social Cost of Monopoly Power in an Oligopoly," Journal of Economics and Business, 34, 1982, 283-9.
"Waiting-Line Auctions," (with R. Sherman), Journal of Political Economy, 90(2), April 1982, 280-292.
"Competitive Bidding for Contracts Under Alternative Auction Procedures," Journal of Political Economy, 88(3), June1980, 433-445.
"Forecasting Rules as Equilibrium Strategies in Duopoly Models," The American Economist, 23(2), Fall 1979, 31-36.
"A Note on First Degree Stochastic Dominance," (with L. P. Hansen and D. Peled), Economics Letters, 1(4), 1979, 315-319.
"Capital Allocation Within a Firm," (with R. M. Cyert and M. H. DeGroot), Behavioral Science, 24(5), September 1979, 287-295.
"Uncertainty and the Bidding for Incentive Contracts," American Economic Review, 69(4), September 1979, 697-705.
"Sequential Investment Decisions with Bayesian Learning," (with M. H. DeGroot and R. M. Cyert), Management Science, 24(7), March 1978, 712-718.
Articles Related to the Teaching of Economics
"Classroom Games: Experienced-Based Discrimination," (with J.Goeree and R. Fryer) Journal of Economic Education, 36(2), 160-170.
"A Classroom Exercise: Voting by Ballots and Feet" (with R. Hewett, G. Kosmopoulou, C. Kymn, C. Long, S Mousavi, and S. Sarangi), Southern Economics Journal, July 2005, 72(1), 253-263.
"Classroom Experiments: A Prisoner's Dilemma," (with M. Capra), Journal of Economic Education, Summer 2000, 31(3), 229-236.
"Classroom Games: Making Money," (with S. Laury), Journal of Economic Perspectives, Spring 2000, 205-213.
"Predation, Asymmetric Information, and Strategic Behavior in the Classroom: An Experimental Approach to the Teaching of Industrial Organization," (with M. Capra, R. Gomez, and J. Goeree), International Journal of Industrial Organization, 18(1) January 2000.
"Classroom Games: Rent Seeking and the Inefficiency of Non-market Allocations," (with J. Goeree), Journal of Economic Perspectives, 13(3) Summer 1999, 217-226.
"Classroom Games: Strategic Interaction on the Internet," (with M. Grobelnik and V. Prasnikar) Journal of Economic Perspectives, 13(2) Spring 1999, 211-220.
"Classroom Games: A Market for Lemons," (with R. Sherman), Journal of Economic Perspectives, 13(1) Winter 1999, 205-214.
"Teaching Economics with Classroom Experiments: A Symposium," Southern Economic Journal, 65(3), January 1999, 603-610.
"Multi-Market Equilibrium and the Law of One Price," (with S. Laury) Southern Economic Journal, 65(3), January 1999, 611-621.
"Employment and Prices in a Simple Macro-Economy," (with J. Goeree), Southern Economic Journal, 65(3), January 1999, 637-647.
"Coordination," (with Monica Capra), Southern Economic Journal, 65(3), January 1999, 630-636.
"Voting and Political Institutions," (with Lisa Anderson), Southern Economic Journal, January 1999, 622-629.
"Classroom Games: Bubbles in an Asset Market," (with S. Ball), Journal of Economic Perspectives, 12(1), Winter 1998, 207-218.
"Classroom Games: Voluntary Provision of a Public Good," (with S. Laury), Journal of Economic Perspectives, 11(4), Fall 1997, 209-215.
"Classroom Games: Trading in a Pit Market," Journal of Economic Perspectives, 10 (1), Winter 1996, 193-203.
"Information Cascades," (with L. Anderson), Journal of Economic Perspectives, 10(4), Summer 1996, 187-193.
"Classroom Games: Understanding Bayes' Rule," (with L. Anderson), Journal of Economic Perspectives, 10(2), Spring 1996, 179-187.
"Experimental Economics in the Classroom," (with Tanga McDaniel) in William B. Walstad and Phillip Saunders, eds., Teaching Undergraduate Economics: A Handbook for Instructors, McGraw Hill, 1998, 257-268.
Survey Papers, etc.
"An Experimental Basis for Public Policy Initiatives" (with Angela M. Smith and William Shobe), January 2005,  forthcoming in a Brookings Press volume, E. Patashnik and A. Gerber, editors.
"John F. Nash, Jr.: Introduction and Postscript," Southern Economic Journal, 69(1), 2-3.
Experimental Economics and Public Choice (with Lisa Anderson) prepared for the Encyclopedia of Public Choice, Charles Rowley, ed.
"Experimental Studies of Discrimination"  (with Lisa Anderson and Roland Fryer) forthcoming in the Handbook of Discrimination, W. Rogers, ed.
"Learning in Economics Experiments" (with Jacob Goeree) forthcoming, Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science.
"Payoff Scale Effects and Risk Preference Under Real and Hypothetical Conditions," (with Susan Laury) forthcoming in the Handbook of Experimental Economic Results, C. Plott and V. Smith, eds., New York: Elsevier Press.
"Coordination Games" (with Jacob Goeree) forthcoming, Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science.
"Information Cascades and Rational Conformity" (with Lisa Anderson) Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science.
"Predatory Pricing: Rare Like a Unicorn?" (with J. Goeree and R. Gomez) forthcoming in Handbook of Experimental Economic Results, C. Plott and V. Smith, eds., New York: Elsevier Press.
"The Exercise of Market Power in Laboratory Experiments," (with D. Davis) forthcoming in Handbook of Experimental Economic Results, C. Plott and V. Smith, eds., New York: Elsevier Press.
"The Effects of Collusion in Laboratory Experiments," (with D. Davis) forthcoming in Handbook of Experimental Economic Results, C. Plott and V. Smith, eds., New York: Elsevier Press.
"Information Cascade Experiments," (with L. Anderson), prepared for the Handbook of Experimental Economic Results, C. Plott and V. Smith, eds., New York: Elsevier Press.
"Logit Equilibrium Models of Anomalous Behavior: What to do when the Nash Equilibrium Says One Thing and the Data Say Something Else," (with S. Anderson and J. Goeree), forthcoming in Handbook of Experimental Economic Results, C. Plott and V. Smith, eds., New York: Elsevier Press.
"Theoretical Explanations of Treatment Effects in Voluntary Contributions Experiments," (with S. Laury), forthcoming in Handbook of Experimental Economic Results, C. Plott and V. Smith, eds., New York: Elsevier Press.
"Voluntary Provision of Public Goods: Experimental Results with Interior Nash Equilibria," (with S. Laury), forthcoming in the Handbook of Experimental Economic Results, C. Plott and V. Smith, eds., New York: Elsevier Press.
"Bounded Rationality in Markets and Complex Systems," (with J. Goeree and S. Anderson), forthcoming in Experimental Economics
"Industrial Organization: A Survey of Laboratory Research," in J. Kagel and A. Roth (eds.), Handbook of Experimental Economics, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1995, 349-443.
"Experimental Economics: Methods, Problems, and Promise," (with D. Davis), Estudios Económicos, 8(2), July-December 1993, 179-212.
"Strategic Business Behavior and Antitrust,"(with David Scheffman), in J. Meehan and R. Larner (eds.), Economics and Antitrust Policy, Quorum Books, 1989, 39-82.
"The Use of Laboratory Experiments in Economics: An Introductory Survey," (with A. Villamil), in S. Moriarity (ed.), Laboratory Market Research, University of Oklahoma, 1986, 1-14.
 
Discussion Papers
"Comparative Statics: QRE Explanations of Intuitive Behavioral Anomalies" (with Jacob Goeree and Tom Palfrey), initial draft of a chapter of a book Quantal Response Equilibrium, Princeton University Press, forthcoming.
An Experimental Examination of the Volunteer's Dilemma; (with Jacob Goeree and Angela M. Smith), discussion paper, to be presented at the ESA Meeings in Tucson, AZ, October 2005.
"Vertical Integration of Successive Monopolists: A Classroom Experiment" (with Narine Badasyan, Jacob K. Goeree, Monica Hartmann, John Morgan, Tanya Rosenblat, Maros Servatka, Dirk Yandell), Working Paper, revised January 2005.
"Experimenting with Discrimination," (with J. Goeree and R. Fryer) Discussion Paper Rough Draft, April 2001.
"Further Reflections on Prospect Theory" (with Susan Laury), Discussion Paper, presented at the October 2000 "Psychology and Economics" ESA Conference in Tucson.
 "Stochastic Learning Equilibrium," (with Jacob Goeree), Discussion Paper, presented at the June 2000 ESA Meeting in New York City.
"The Y2K Bibliography of Experimental Economics,"January 2000.
"Classroom Games: Corporate Takeover and the Buyer's Curse" (with J. Goeree, J. Lerner, D. Selman) University of Virginia, April 1999.
"Naive Bayesian Learning and Adjustment to Equilibrium in Signaling Games," (with Jordi Brandts), revised September 1996.
"Risk Aversion and the Winner's Curse," (with Roger Sherman) revised April 2000.
"Psychology and Economics: A Discussion of Methodology," presented at the 1995 ASSA meetings in Washington D.C.
"The Virginia Senate Market," (with Doug Davis and Robert Forsythe), working paper presented at the November 1994 Meetings of the Economic Science Association.
"Oligopoly Price Competition with Incomplete Information: Convergence to Mixed-Strategy Equilibria," 1994.
 "ISO Probability Matching" working paper, presented at the Public Choice Meetings, 1992.
Teaching Experience
Graduate: Game Theory, Experimental Economics, Game Theory for Social Sciences, Industrial Organization, Microeconomics, Economics of Information, Mathematical Economics, Dynamic Systems, Standards of Learning in Economics (for K-5 public school teachers)
Undergraduate: Microeconomics, Mathematical Economics, Industrial Organization, Experimental Economics, Antitrust, Principles
Foreign Language
 Spanish