Yaron graduated from the Berglas School of Economics in Tel-Aviv University in 2005. He is a senior faculty member at the Coller School of Management from 2006. His main fields of research are theoretical industrial organization, vertical relations and platform competition.
Prof. Yaron Yehezkel
Fields of Research
Theoretical industrial organization, vertical relations and platform competition
"Group Hug: platform competition with user-groups." (joint with Sarit Markovich) American Economic Journal: Microeconomics (forthcoming)
"Dynamic competition with network externalities: why history matters." (joint with Hanna Halaburda and Bruno Jullien). The RAND Journal of Economics, 2020, Vol. 51, pp. 3-31.
"Vertical collusion" (joint with David Gilo). The RAND Journal of Economics, 2020, Vol 51, 133-157.
"Focality advantage in platform competition." (joint with Hanna Halaburda), Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 2019, Vol. 28, pp. 49-59.
"The role of coordination bias in platform competition." (joint with Hanna Halaburda), Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 2016, Vol. 25, pp.274 - 312
"Motivating a supplier to test product quality." Journal of Industrial Economics, 2014, Vol. 62, pp. 309 – 345.
"Platform competition under asymmetric information." (joint with Hanna Halaburda), American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 2013, Vol. 5, pp. 22–68.
"Oligopoly limit-pricing in the lab," (joint with Wieland Müller and Yossi Spiegel), Games and Economic Behavior Vol. 66 (2009), pp. 373–393.
"Signaling quality in an oligopoly when some consumers are informed," Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, Vol. 17 (2008), pp. 937– 972.
“Retailer’s choice of product variety and exclusive dealing under asymmetric information,"Rand Journal of Economics, Vol. 39 (2008), pp. 115–143.
"Price and non-price restraints when retailers are vertically differentiated," (joint with Yossi Spiegel), International Journal of Industrial Organization, Vol. 21 (2003), pp. 923- 947.