Luciana Fiorini

Dr, BA(Econ) Minas Gerais, MA(Econ) Sao Paulo, MA(Econ) PhD Brown

  • The University of Western Australia (M251), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


Personal profile


Luciana Fiorini joined the University of Western Australia in July of 2011, after working at Tulane University (USA) for four years. Her research in Economic Theory focuses on modeling market imperfections and asymmetry of information using a General Equilibrium approach. Luciana is also interested in applications of Game Theory.


BA Economics (Federal University of Minas Gerais),
MA Economics (University of Sao Paulo),
MA Economics (Brown University),
Ph.D. Economics (Brown University)

Previous positions

Brazilian Central Bank – Economic Analysis (1998-2000, 2006)
Tulane University (2007-2011)

Current projects

Labor Supply in Pandemic Environments: An Aggregative Games Approach (with Wilfredo Maldonado)

Income uncertainty and the day-fine system (with Stephen McCann)

Opportunities in the presence of regret

Teaching overview

Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics (ECON 1111)

Game Theory and Strategic Thinking (ECON 3301)

Microeconomic Theory (ECON 4402)


Economic Theory:Microeconomics
Financial Economics
Game Theory

Education/Academic qualification

Economics, Ph.D., Brown University

Award Date: 30 Apr 2007

Economics, M.A., Brown University

Award Date: 31 May 2002

Economics, M.A., Universidade de São Paulo

Award Date: 31 May 2000

Research expertise keywords

  • Economic Theory
  • General Equilibrium
  • Game Theory


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