- Discipline: Associate Professor of Economics
- Organization: George Mason University
Bart Wilson is an associate professor of economics at George Mason University, with affiliations in the schools of Management and Law, and is a member of the Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Sciences. His fields of specialty are industrial organization, experimental economics, and econometrics. His research focuses on e-commerce and deregulated electricity markets, and antitrust.
Prior to joining the faculty at George Mason University, Professor Wilson was a research scientist at the Economic Science Laboratory at the University of Arizona. He spent a year-long stint in Washington, D.C. as an economist at Federal Trade Commission.
Professor Wilson's recent publications include "Automated Pricing Rules in Electronic Posted Offer Markets," with Cary A. Deck, Economic Inquiry, 41(2), April, 2003, "A Comparison of Auctions and Multilateral Negotiations,” with Charles J. Thomas, RAND Journal of Economics, 33(1), Spring, 2002, and "Bertrand-Edgeworth Competition, Demand Uncertainty, and Asymmetric Outcomes," with Stanley S. Reynolds, Journal of Economic Theory, 92(1), May, 2000.
Hailing from Wisconsin, Professor Wilson is an avid Packer backer and a lifetime member of the Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders Association of the USA.