Using Procurement Auctions to Allocate Broadband Stimulus Grants
Paul Milgrom is the Shirley
R. and Leonard W. Ely Jr.
Professor in Humanities
and Sciences. He is also co
director of the Program
on Market Design at SIEPR,
which supports research into
the ways that the rules of an
auction, exchange, or other
market affect its performance. He is a member
of the National Academy of Sciences, a fellow
of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences,
the holder of an honorary doctorate from the
Stockholm School of Economics, and winner of
the 2008 Nemmers Prize in economics.
Gregory Rosston is the
Deputy Director of SIEPR.
Rosston’s research has
focused on industrial
and regulation. He has
written numerous articles on
competition in local telecom-
of the Telecommunications Act of 1996,
auctions and spectrum policy. He served on
the Obama transition team. Prior to joining
Stanford University, Rosston served as Deputy
Chief Economist of the Federal Communications
Commission and helped with the design and
implementation of the FCC’s spectrum auctions.
Andrzej (Andy) Skrzypacz is Associate Professor
of Economics at the Stanford
Graduate School of Business. His
research is on microeconomic
theory, especially information
economics, market design,
and game theory/strategy. His
recent papers consider auction
design, bargaining theory,
repeated games, and collusion
in markets. He received his PhD in Economics
from the University of Rochester. He is currently
an associate editor for the American Economic
Scott Wallsten is an economist with expertise in
industrial organization and public policy. His research focuses on telecommunications,
regulation, competition, and technology policy.
He holds a PhD in economics from Stanford University.