Positions

Selected Publications

Academic Article

Year Title
2020 Willingness to pay for morbidity and mortality risk reductions during an epidemic. Theory and preliminary evidence from COVID-19.GENEVA Papers on Risk and Insurance Theory GENEVA Risk and Insurance Review.  45:1-20. 2020
2019 Understanding risky behaviors during adolescence: A model of self-discovery through experimentationInternational Review of Law and Economics.  57:12-21. 2019
2019 Environmental regulation and love for varietyReview of International Economics.  27:413-430. 2019
2015 Charitable giving: Altruism has no limitsJournal of Public Economics.  25:46-53. 2015
2013 PRIORITY SETTING IN HEALTH CARE: DISENTANGLING RISK AVERSION FROM INEQUALITY AVERSIONHealth Economics.  22:730-740. 2013
2012 A New Look into the Determinants of the Ecological Discount Rate: Disentangling Social PreferencesThe B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy.  12. 2012
2012 Supply Chain Quality, Mandatory Insurance, and Recall RiskInternational Review of Business and Economics.  11:1-11. 2012
2012 Why not adopt a Loser-pays-all rule in Criminal Litigation?International Review of Law and Economics.  32:233-241. 2012
2010 Corruption and the Balance of Gender PowerReview of Law and Economics.  6. 2010
2010 Corruption and the Distortion of Law Enforcement EffortAmerican Law and Economics Review.  12:162-180. 2010
2009 Product differentiation, firm heterogeneity and international trade: Exploring the Alchian–Allen effectResearch in Economics.  63:95-101. 2009
2008 Corruption, Centralization and the Informal SectorSouthern Economic Journal.  75:524-537. 2008
2007 Corruption with Heterogeneous Enforcement Agents in the Shadow EconomyJournal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics.  163:285-285. 2007

Chapter

Year Title
2010 Corruption, Liberalization, and the Shadow Economy when Law Enforcers are Heterogeneous.  252-268. 2010

Teaching Activities

  • Honors/The Consulting Project Taught course 2021
  • Education And Training

    Full Name

  • Luciana Echazu