Vladimir Karamychev is an Associate Professor of Economics at the Erasmus School of Economics (ESE) of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands. His main scientific focus is on theoretical and applied microeconomics. Procurement auctions, horizontal product differentiation models, transit subsidies, and procedural rationality are several areas where he has recently published. An earlier research includes dynamic markets for lemons, insurance markets, and the competitive analysis of fuel surcharges.
V. Karamychev, M.C.W. Janssen & B. Kasberger (2017). Budget Constraints in Combinatorial Clock Auctions. In J.K. Goeree & M. Bichler (Eds.), Handbook of spectrum auction design (pp. 318-337). Cambridge: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
M.C.W. Janssen & V. Karamychev (2001). Dynamic insurance and adverse selection. (Intern rapport, Discussion paper Tinbergen Institute, no 2001-106/1). :
M.C.W. Janssen & V. Karamychev (2000). Continuous time trading in markets with adverse selection. (Intern rapport, Discussion Paper, no 109/1). :
M.C.W. Janssen & V. Karamychev (2000). Cycles and multiple equilibria in the market for durable lemons. (Intern rapport, Discussion Paper, no 025/1). :
V. Karamychev (2002, mei 3). Essays on adverse selection: a dynamic perspective. Erasmus University Rotterdam (174 pag.) (Amsterdam: Thela Thesis) Prom./coprom.: prof.dr. M.C.W. Janssen.