Sue Mialon

Associate Professor

Office: Rich 333

Phone: 404-712-8169

Email: smialon@emory.edu

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Education

  • Economics, PhD, University of Texas, Austin, 2002
  • Economics, MS, University of Texas, Austin, 1999
  • Economics, MA, Korea University, Seoul, Korea, 1996
  • Economics, BA, Korea University, Seoul, Korea, 1992

Biography

Sue Mialon is an Associate Professor of Economics at Emory University. Her current research focuses on analyses of antitrust policy and network competition; economics of regulation; crime and terrorism; and linguistic exchanges.

Professor Mialon's research on antitrust, regulation, and network competition includes analyses of firms' incentives for mergers, bundling, and strategic lawsuits against competitors; the effect of antitrust policies on firms' strategy choices; and the impact and efficiency of regulation in network industries. Her research on crime and terrorism includes economic analyses of domestic violence and rape, the effects of search warrant standards and the exclusionary rule on privacy and crime, and the effect of legalizing torture on government agency's incentives to invest in efforts to prevent terrorism. Her research has been published in a number of journals, such as the Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, and the International Journal of Industrial Organization.

Professor Mialon serves on the editorial board of the Asian Journal of Law and Economics. She received her Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Texas at Austin and B.A. in Economics from Korea University.

Research

Areas of Interest:

Industrial Organization, Law and Econonomics, Micreconomic Theory

Publications

Selected Publications:

Mialon, Sue, and Seung Han Yoo, "Incentives for Discrimination," Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Forthcoming.

Mialon, Sue, "Product Bundling and Incentives for Merger and Strategic Alliance," Economic Inquiry 52:2 (April 2014): 562-575.

Mialon, Sue, and Hugo Mialon, "Go Figure: The Strategy of Nonliteral Speech," American Economic Journal: Microeconomics 5:2 (2013): 186-212.

Mialon, Sue, Hugo Mialon, and Maxwell B. Stinchcombe, "Torture in Counterterrorism: Agency Incentives and Slippery Slopes," Journal of Public Economics 96:1-2 (February 2012): 33-41.

For a CV and complete list of publications, please see Professor Mialon's Personal Web Page.