Lucas Siga

Senior Lecturer
Department of Economics
 Lucas Siga

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Mathematical Economics (EC351)

  • Microeconomics (EC903)


Journal articles (10)

Barelli, P., Bhattacharya, S. and Siga, L., (2022). Full Information Equivalence in Large Elections. Econometrica: journal of the Econometric Society. 90 (5), 2161-2185

Banegas, A., Montes-Rojas, G. and Siga, L., (2022). The effects of U.S. monetary policy shocks on mutual fund investing. Journal of International Money and Finance. 123, 102595-102595

Ali, SN., Mihm, M., Siga, L. and Tergiman, C., (2021). Adverse and Advantageous Selection in the Laboratory. American Economic Review. 111 (7), 2152-78

Mihm, M. and Siga, L., (2021). A Behavioral Characterization of the Likelihood Ratio Order. American Economic Review: Insights. 3 (3), 353-66

Siga, L. and Mihm, M., (2021). Information aggregation in competitive markets. Theoretical Economics. 16 (1), 161-196

Montes-Rojas, G., Siga, L. and Mainali, R., (2017). Mean and quantile regression Oaxaca-Blinder decompositions with an application to caste discrimination. The Journal of Economic Inequality. 15 (3), 245-255

Banegas, A., Montes-Rojas, G. and Siga, L., (2016). Mutual Fund Flows, Monetary Policy and Financial Stability

Rojas, GVM. and Siga, L., (2009). On the nature of micro-entrepreneurship: evidence from Argentina. Applied Economics. 41 (21), 2667-2680

Neumark, D., Cunningham, W. and Siga, L., (2006). The effects of the minimum wage in Brazil on the distribution of family incomes: 1996-2001. Journal of Development Economics. 80, 136-159

Neumark, D., Cunningham, W. and Siga, L., (2003). The Distributional Effects of Minimum Wages in Brazil: 1996-2001

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