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Jan 1 2010
On January 1, I apparently became the first economist ever to be awarded funds under the Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) program of the National Science Foundation. I am principal investigator for Auctionomics on a proposal entitled “Incorporating Bidder Budgets in Multi-Item Auctions.”...
Dec 12 2009
Over the years, I’ve invented several new multi-item auction mechanisms intended for use in practice. Portugal has now adopted the Day-Milgrom core-selecting auction mechanism for an upcoming radio spectrum auction. Detailed rules can be found here or on the Portuguese regulator’s website.
Nov 10 2009
Last weekend, Northwestern University held a conference honoring me and my receipt of the 2008 Nemmers prize in economics. My prize lecture can be found here or in the clip below.
Jul 6 2009
Congratulations to Bruno Strulovici, winner of the Young Researcher Prize from Review of Financial Studies for his joint paper on “Performance Sensitive Debt.” Bruno did his doctoral work at Stanford in the department of Management Science and Engineering, supervised by Thomas Weber, before...
Apr 8 2009
Nicolaj Siggelkow reports that he has just been promoted to full professor at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Congratulations to Nicolaj!

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May 1 2018
Paul Milgrom today was welcomed as the new chair of the economics section of the National Academy of Sciences. The Academy was created by President Abraham Lincoln to advise the United States on scientific matters. At its annual meeting, which ended yesterday, Paul was also a co-recipient of the...
Apr 16 2018
The $20 billion incentive auction was a complicated beast, and its auction design and implementation have rightly been celebrated, but they were just part of the successful spectrum reallocation process. The operations research and analytical pieces were crucial as well, and the key people included...
Apr 2 2018
The Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) has released a new article about Paul here, and Stanford's GSB has another article here about Paul and his co-winners of the Carty Prize from the National Academy of Sciences.