Luco Echeverria, Fernando individual record
- Faculty Affiliate, Energy Institute, Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES), Division of Research
- Assistant Professor, Economics, College of Arts and Sciences
Professor Luco studies how consumers and firms interact in environments characterized by frictions that prevent markets from reaching efficient outcomes. Current research includes topics such as how strategic ability affects the efficiency of electricity markets, how consumer and firm search behavior affect competition in retail-gasoline markets, how vertical integration with multiproduct firms affects market efficiency, and how price leadership behavior in retail-gasoline markets can be disrupted with policies that reduce the volatility of wholesale prices.
education and training
- Ph.D. in Economics, Northwestern University - (Evanston, Illinois, United States) 2014
- M.A. in Economics, Northwestern University - (Evanston, Illinois, United States) 2010
- Luco, F. (2019). Who Benefits from Information Disclosure? The Case of Retail Gasoline. AMERICAN ECONOMIC JOURNAL-MICROECONOMICS. 11(2), 277-305.
- Hortacsu, A., Luco, F., Puller, S. L., & Zhu, D. (2019). Does Strategic Ability Affect Efficiency? Evidence from Electricity Markets. AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW. 109(12), 4302-4342.
- Luco, F., & Marshall, G. (2018). Vertical Integration With Multiproduct Firms: When Eliminating Double Marginalization May Hurt Consumers.
- Luco Echeverria, F., Al-Chilet, J., & Colson-Sihra, E. Market Structure and Distributional Implications of Product Bans.
- Luco Echeverria, F., & Figueroa, C. Vertical Structure and Market Fragmentation: Evidence from the Chilean Stock Market.
recent teaching activities
- ECON426 Antitrust Economics Instructor
- ECON485 Directed Studies Instructor
- ECON489 Sptp: Data Sci. For Future De Instructor
- ECON489 Sptp: Data Science Instructor
- ECON491 Research Instructor
Texas A&M University; Economics; 4228 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4228