Odilon Camara

Associate Professor of Finance and Business Economics
Building
HOH
Room / Office
822

PhD, University of Illinois; MA, Universidade Catolica de Brasilia; BA, Universidade de Brasilia

Odilon Camara is an economist who specializes in microeconomics and political economy. He studies how individuals strategically use information to persuade decision makers. He also studies the extent to which voters can use re-elections to create political accountability and discipline elected officials. His research has been published in American Economic Review, Review of Economic Studies, Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Politics, and Games and Economic Behavior. Before receiving his PhD, Professor Camara worked in the banking industry.
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Odilon Camara, Luciano de Castro, Sebastiao () "How Different is the Brazilian Political System? A Comparative Study ,"  E-Legis.
Manasi Gangan, Marcos Vasconcelos, Urbashi Mitra, Odilon Camara, James Boedicker () "Optimal strategy for public good production is set by balancing intertemporal trade-off between population growth rate and carrying capacity ,".
Ricardo Alonso, Odilon Camara () "Organizing Data Analytics ,".
Ricardo Alonso, Odilon Camara () "Tampering with Information ,".
Marcos Vasconcelos, Urbashi Mitra, Odilon Camara, Manasi Gangan, James Boedicker () "A continuous-time decision-making model for bacterial growth via quorum sensing: theory and evidence ,"  NANOCOM '19: Proceedings of the Sixth Annual ACM International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication.