Andrzej (Andy) Skrzypacz
Theodore J. Kreps Professor of Economics, Stanford Graduate School of Business; Co-Director, Executive Program in Strategy and Organization, Stanford University
Ph.D. economics, University of Rochester; M.A. economics, University of Rochester; M.A. economics, Warsaw School of Economics
Summary of Experience
Professor Skrzypacz is an expert in industrial organization and market design. His research centers on microeconomic theory and its applications, including collusion, auctions, pricing, and bargaining. In addition to his academic research, Professor Skrzypacz consults on auction strategy and competition issues, and has served as an academic visitor at Yahoo! Research. He has counseled bidders in wireless spectrum auctions in the United States, Canada, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, and Sweden. He has also advised internet companies on design and competition in online auctions, and communication companies on regulation issues.
Professor Skrzypacz has published a number of articles on topics such as using spectrum auctions to enhance competition in wireless services, private monitoring and communication in cartels, and information disclosure. His most recent papers have focused on auction design, dynamic games, and collusion in markets. He is an associate editor of The RAND Journal of Economics and American Economic Review: Insights, and a former coeditor of American Economic Review. Additionally, Professor Skrzypacz is a fellow of the Econometric Society, an economic theory fellow of the Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory, and a senior fellow of the Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis.
March 22, 2019