Jeremy A. Sandford

Economist
Division:
Antitrust I
Phone:
(202) 326-2766
Email Address:
jsandford@ftc.gov

Selected Publications

  • "Employer Discrimination and Market structure" with Josh Ederington, 2014
  • "Temporary Reputations", 2014
  • "Mend it, Don't End it: Optimal Mortality in Affairs of Honor" with Tom Ahn, Paul Shea, 2014
  • "Familiarity and Decision Making: The Unclear Role of Noise in Accept/Reject Decisions" with Chun-Hui Miao, Southern Economic Journal, forthcoming.
  • "Real Estate Under Two-Sided Asymmetric Information" with Paul Shea, Theoretical Economics Letters, 2013
  • "Competition Breeds Impatient Customers Under Asymmetric Information", Journal of Industrial and Theoretical Economics, 2013
  • "Optimal Setting of Point Spreads" with Paul Shea, Economica, 2013
  • "A Note on Bubbles and Worthless Assets: The Curious Case of General Motors" with Tom Ahn, Paul Shea, Macroeconomic Dynamics, 2013
  • "Experts and Quacks", RAND Journal of Economics, 2010
  • "The Effect of Ethnic Capital and Age of Arrival on the Standard of Living of Young Immigrants" with Mike Seeborg, The Journal of Economics, 2003

Education

University of Wisconsin
PhD, Economics
2007
University of Wisconsin
MS, Economics
2004
Illinois Wesleyan University
BA, Economics, Spanish
2002

Fields of Interest

  • Applied Microeconomic theory
  • Industrial Organization

Professional Experience

Economist
Federal Trade Commission
2014-Present

Assistant Professor
University of Kentucky
2007-2014