Mark Tremblay

G. Richard and Jane S. Thomas Endowed Assistant Professor



Academic Background

  • Ph.D. Economics, Michigan State University, 2016
  • B.S. Mathematics, B.A. Economics, Pacific Lutheran University, 2010

Academic & Professional Experience

  • G. Richard and Jane S. Thomas Endowed Assistant Professor, Miami University (2021-present)
  • CESifo Research Affiliate, Economics of Digitization Area Member (2022-present)
  • Assistant Professor, Miami University (2018-2021)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, McMaster University (2016-2018)
  • Behavior-Based Personalized Pricing When Firms Can Share Customer Information (with Chongwoo Choe and Noriaki Matsushima), International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2022.
  • Inferring Tax Compliance from Pass-through: Evidence from Airbnb Tax Enforcement Agreements (with Andrew Bibler and Keith Teltser), Review of Economics and Statistics, 2021.
  • Business-to-Business Bargaining in Two-Sided Markets (with Takanori Adachi), European Economic Review, 2020.
  • Platform Competition with Endogenous Homing (with Thomas Jeitschko), International Economic Review, 2020.
  • "Pareto Price Discrimination," Economics Letters, 2019.
  • "Platform Competition and Endogenous Switching Costs." Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade, 2019.
  • "Tax Incidence and Demand Convexity in Cournot, Bertrand, and Cournot-Bertrand Models" (with Victor J. Tremblay). Public Finance Review, 2017.
  • "Vertical Relationships within Platform Marketplaces." Games, 2016.
  • "A General Cournot-Bertrand Model with Homogeneous Goods" (with Carol H. Tremblay and Victor J. Tremblay). Theoretical Economics Letters, 2011.


Dr. Mark Tremblay received a Ph.D. in economics from Michigan State University and is the G. Richard and Jane S. Thomas Endowed Assistant Professor in the Farmer School of Business at Miami University and a CESifo Research Network Affiliate. His research interests include industrial organization, platforms and two-sided markets, and the digital economy, with publications in the International Economic Review and the Review of Economics and Statistics. Dr. Tremblay's work also analyzes how policies impact the short-term rental market on Airbnb, and, as apart of the Oxford-Miami Short Term Rental Public Policy Partnership, his work has been used by the City of Oxford to guide the City's short-term rental policy.


  • SPRING 2023
Mark Tremblay

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  • On Research Leave


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