Brandeis University and CEPR
Kathryn Graddy is Associate Professor of Economics at Brandeis University. Her research focuses on pricing and more broadly empirical industrial organization. She has worked on issues ranging from price discrimination at the Fulton Fish market to the economics of art auctions. Prior to coming to Brandeis, Graddy was on the faculty at Oxford University and the London Business School. She received her Ph.D. from Princeton University, her MBA from Columbia University and her B.A. from Tulane University.
Articles by Kathryn Graddy:
Are violins a good investment?
4 January 2008, 12164 reads
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