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Paul R. Milgrom


  Department of Economics
Stanford University
650.723.3397  fax 650.725.5702

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Paul Milgrom is Shirley R. and Leonard W. Ely, Jr., Professor of Humanities and Social Sciences and Professor of Economics, Stanford University, and Co-President of Spectrum Exchange.  Together with Robert Wilson and Preston McAfee, Professor Milgrom designed the mechanism used by the FCC for its spectrum auctions.  More recently he has led or supported auction design project teams for new FCC spectrum auctions and for spectrum auctions and electric utility auctions in various countries, including the United States, Mexico, Canada, and Germany.  He has advised bidders in other auctions.  Professor Milgrom has published widely on auctions and related topics, and lectured on “Putting Auction Theory to Work” as part of the 1996 Nobel Prize week activities.  He has also taught at the  University of California at Berkeley, Yale University, and Northwestern University.  Professor Milgrom received his A.B. in Mathematics from the University of Michigan, M.S. in Statistics from Stanford University, and Ph.D. in Business from Stanford University.


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