Patrick W. Sileo


Associate Teaching Professor of Economics, Carnegie Mellon - Qatar

Education:
  • University of California, Irvine - B.S., Physics - 1979
  • Carnegie Mellon University - M.S. - 1991
  • Carnegie Mellon University - Ph.D. - 1994
Areas of Expertise:
  • Economics
Teaching and Research Interests:
  • Microeconomic theory, decision analysis, business negotiations, applied econometrics.
Published Papers: 
  • Intransitivity of Indifference, Strong Monotonicity, and the Endowment Effect
    Journal of Economic Theory 66, 1995; 198-223.

Publications: 
  • "The Evaluation of Blackjack Games using a Combined Expectation and Risk Measure"
    in William R. Eadington and Judy A. Cornelius (ed.) Gambling and Commercial Gambling: Essays in Business, Economics, Philosophy and Science, 551-563, Reno: University of Nevada, (1992).

Awards:
  • The Alexander Henderson Award for Excellence in Economic Theory, GSIA, Carnegie Mellon University - 1994
  • Best Student Teacher, Department of Economics, Carnegie Mellon University - 1993
Consulting:
  • Boston Edison
  • Citation Group
  • Insight First
  • Pittsburgh First