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)
  • Assistant Professor, Miami University (2018-2021)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, McMaster University (2016-2018)
  • “Inferring Tax Compliance from Pass-through: Evidence from Airbnb Tax Enforcement Agreements” (with Andrew Bibler and Keith Teltser), Review of Economics and Statistics, (forthcoming).
  • “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. 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 2022
  • ECO 315 C TR 11:40-1:00, FSB 0039
Mark Tremblay

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  • W 2:00-3:30
  • R 9:30-11:00
  • And By Appointment


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