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Faculty and Staff Profile

Bernardo (Bernie) F. Quiroga

Assistant Professor of Operations Management
Associate Editor (Methodology), Journal of Operations Management

Office: 151 Sirrine Hall
Phone: 8646567417
Fax: 8646562015
Email: BQUIROG@clemson.edu
Vita: https://fas.app.clemson.edu/files/doc/bernie/quiroga/cv/2016/05/10/63af/Bernie_Quiroga_CV_2016-05-10.pdf
 

 Educational Background

PhD, Business Administration
The Pennsylvania State University at University Park, 2015
(affiliated with the Penn State Laboratory for Economics, Management and Auctions)

MS, Business Administration
The Pennsylvania State University at University Park, 2012

MA, Economics
The Pennsylvania State University at University Park, 2010

Magister (MA), Economics, concentration in Public Policy
Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, 2006

Commercial Engineer, Economics
Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, 2005

Licentiate (BSc), Economics and Management Sciences
Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, 2004

 Courses Taught

(In reverse chronological order)

Operations Management (UG, Management)
Business Analytics (UG, Supply Chain/Information Systems)
Econometrics (UG, Economics)
Microeconomics (UG, Online)
Advanced Topics in Econometrics (UG, Industrial Engineering)
Summer Math Camp (G, Macroeconomics)
Introduction to Econometrics and Optimization Methods (G, Macroeconomics)
Decision and Data Analysis (G, MBA)
Statistical Inference (UG, Economics/Management Science)

 Profile

Bernardo (Bernie) Quiroga is an Assistant Professor of Operations Management at Clemson University. Originally from Chile, in South America, Bernie holds degrees from Pontifical Catholic University of Chile and Penn State University.

Bernie is primarily a Quantitative Empirical Research Methodologist, with a main focus in Econometrics, Experimental Design, Statistics and Empirical Game Theory. Before starting Grad School at Penn State, Bernie was a faculty member at Pontifical Catholic University of Chile and the University of the Andes, both in Santiago, Chile, where he taught Statistics, Econometrics, Managerial Decision Making, Data Analysis, Microeconomics, and Optimization Methods, at the graduate (MBA, M.Sc.) and undergraduate levels. Bernie also taught the Analytics undergraduate core course for Supply Chain and Information Systems majors at Penn State.

His current research is devoted to Managerial Decision Making and Mechanism/Market Design. In particular, his work studies bidding behavior in procurement auctions where price and quality-related dimensions are taken into consideration, and inventory decisions under competition. His work combines laboratory experiments, econometrics and applied game theory to empirically analyze behavior. In other research, his work includes financial performance of public family-controlled firms, and hedonic valuation measures of attributes of durable goods. His paper “Family Ownership and Firm Performance: Evidence from Public Companies in Chile” with J. Martinez and B. Stohr and published by Family Business Review, has been cited over 200 times according to Google Scholar. He has also published on the journal Production & Operations Management.

Bernie is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Operations Management, and serves as referee for other peer-reviewed academic journals, including Decision Sciences, Real Estate Economics, Journal of Regional Science and Economic Inquiry.

 Research Interests

Mechanism and Market Design
Behavioral Aspects in Operations Management
Experimental Economics
Auctions and Public Procurement