Area(s) of Expertise
Economics and Management
Professor Miklós-Thal holds a PhD in economics from the Toulouse School of Economics, France. Prior to joining the Simon School in 2009, she was an assistant professor of economics at the University of Mannheim, Germany, and a visiting scholar at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Miklós-Thal currently serves as a Co-Editor of the International Journal of Industrial Organization and as an Associate Editor of Management Science.
Advanced PricingIndustrial Organization TheoryGame Theory for Managers
- Research Interests
Professor Miklós-Thal's research spans industrial organization, marketing, and personnel economics. She is particularly interested in cartel pricing, pricing strategies in intermediate-goods markets, the impact of various marketing strategies on consumer quality perceptions, and reputational incentives in labor markets. Miklós-Thal’s research has been published in various economics and management journals, including Management Science, Marketing Science, the Journal of Marketing Research, the Journal of the European Economic Association, The Economic Journal, The RAND Journal of Economics, American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, and Games and Economic Behavior.
- Teaching Interests
Professor Miklós-Thal teaches classes in the areas of pricing and game theory to MBA and MS students. She was named to the school's Teaching Honor Roll multiple times.
The Economics of Dual Pricing in Vertical Agreements2022Concurrences ReviewInput Price Discrimination by Resale Market2021RAND Journal of EconomicsThird-Degree Price Discrimination in Oligopoly with Endogenous Input Costs2021International Journal of Industrial OrganizationPass‐Through as an Economic Tool ‐‐ On Exogenous Competition, Social Incidence, and Price Discrimination2021Journal of Political EconomyIssue1Volume129Collusion by Algorithm: Does Better Demand Prediction Facilitate Coordination between Sellers?2019Management ScienceIssue4Volume65Comments on "Vertical Contracts and Endogenous Product Selections: An Empirical Analysis of Vendor Allowance Contracts" by Sylvia Hristakeva20182017 Quantitative Marketing and Economics workshopWhat are We Really Good At? Product Strategy with Uncertain Capabilities2018Marketing ScienceIssue2Volume37Learning in Labor Markets2017Edward Elgar PublishingPrivate Contracting with Externalities: Divide and Conquer?2017International Journal of Industrial OrganizationVolume50Naked Exclusion with Private Offers2016American Economic Journal: MicroeconomicsIssue4Volume8Career Prospects and Effort Incentives: Evidence from Professional Soccer2016Management ScienceIssue6Volume62Belief Precision and Effort Incentives in Promotion Contests2015Economic JournalIssue589Volume125The Value of Recommendations2013Games and Economic BehaviorVolume79(De)marketing to Manage Consumer Quality Inferences2013Journal of Marketing ResearchIssue1Volume50Colluding through Suppliers2012Rand Journal of EconomicsIssue3Volume43Linking Reputations through Umbrella Branding2012Quantitative Marketing and EconomicsIssue3Volume10Buyer Power and Intrabrand Coordination2011Journal of the European Economic AssociationIssue4Volume9Optimal Collusion under Cost Asymmetry2011Economic TheoryIssue1Volume46Vertical Relations2010International Journal of Industrial OrganizationIssue4Volume28Delivered Pricing and the Impact of Spatial Differentiation on Cartel Stability2008International Journal of Industrial OrganizationIssue6Volume26