Behrang Kamali

Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance


Behrang Kamali received his PhD from University of Pennsylvania in  2016. He spend 2016-2017 year at  Sharif University of Technology as an  assistant professor of economics.

Research Interests

Market Design
Matching Theory
Contract Theory
  • Education
  • Research
  • Teaching

PhD in Economics, University of Pennsylvania May 2016

M.S. in Socio-Economics System Engineering, Sharif University of Technology 2012

B.S. in Industrial Engineering, Sharif University of Technology 2009

Kamali Shahdadi, Behrang, “Matching with Moral Hazard: Assigning Attorneys to Poor Defendants”, American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, forthcoming.

Microeconomics II, Khatam University, Spring 2018.
Microeconomics I, joint with prof. Morovati, Khatam University, Fall 2017.
Market Design, joint with prof. Fatemi, Sharif University of Technology, Spring 2017.
Contract Theory, Tehran University, Spring 2017.
Contract Theory, Sharif University of Technology, Fall 2016.
Microeconomics for MBAs, Sharif University of Technology, Fall 2016, Spring 2017.
Introduction to Microeconomics, University of Pennsylvania, Summer 2015.