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Inácio Lanari Bó



  • BSc in Computer Science (Unicamp, Brazil)
  • MSc in Electric Engineering (USP, Brazil)
  • Ph.D. in Economics (Boston College)



My research interests are mainly in the field of microeconomics, both theoretical and applied. More specifically, I am interested in market design, matching markets and the methods and effects of their properties and practices in real-life problems. I often use laboratory experiments as both an evaluation and a design tool for developing mechanisms.


Selected publications

Full details of publications can be found at RePEc

  • Bo, Inácio and Hakimov, Rustamdjan, "Iterative Versus Standard Deferred Acceptance: Experimental Evidence", The Economic Journal, forthcoming.
  • Bo, Inácio and Heller, C.-Philipp, "Strategic Schools under the Boston Mechanism Revisited", Social Choice and Welfare, Volume 48, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 545-572
  • Bo, Inácio, "Fair Implementation of Diversity in School Choice", Games and Economic Behavior, Volume 97, 2016, Pages 54-63



  • Mathematical Economics
  • Experimental Economics


  • Advanced Microeconomics

Inacio Bo

Inácio Lanari Bó
Department of Economics
Room: A/D/233

Tel: 01904 321833

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