Karam Kang

Tepper School of Business

Carnegie Mellon University

Curriculum Vitae E-mail

Policy Influence and Private Returns from Lobbying in the Energy Sector

The Review of Economic Studies (2016) 83 (1): 269-305.

PDF (Working Paper Ver.) Slides ReStud Link Supplementary Materials LSE USAPP Summary

Understanding Disparities in Punishment: Regulator Preferences and Expertise

Joint with Bernardo S. Silveira PDF (January 2018) Slides (Submitted)

Winning by Default: Why is There So Little Competition in Government Procurement?

Joint with Robert A. Miller PDF (November 2017) Supplementary Appendix Slides (Submitted)

The Value of Connections in Lobbying

Joint with Hye Young You PDF (February 2018) (Submitted)

I have taught the following courses at Carnegie Mellon:

I teach Microeconomics (MEC 290) at Washington University in St. Louis.

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