Juan Pablo Torres-Martínez

  • Profesor Titular
    Formación Académica
  • Ph.D. in Science, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, (IMPA), Brazil
    M.Sc. in Mathematical Economics, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IMPA),  Brasil
    B.Sc. in Mathematics,Universidad de Chile

    Biografía
  • Juan Pablo Torres-Martínez es profesor titular del Departamento de Economía de la Universidad de Chile. 
    Matemático por educación, su investigación se concentra en las áreas de economía financiera y teoría de juegos, dedicándose al análisis de los mercados financieros desde una perspectiva de equilibrio general y al estudio de modelos de emparejamiento. Sus artículos han sido publicados en revistas como Econometrica, Economic Theory y Journal of Mathematical Economics. 
    Actualmente, el Profesor Torres-Martínez se desempeña como Director de Investigación de la Facultad de Economía y Negocios. Ha sido Director Académico de los programas de Doctorado y Magíster en Economía de la Universidad de Chile e Investigador Principal de varios proyectos Fondecyt-Conicyt. Antes de incorporarse a la Universidad de Chile, fue investigador del CNPq-Brasil y académico del Departamento de Economía de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Río de Janeiro.

     

    Campos de Investigación
  • Teoría Económica y Economía Financiera
Publicaciones en Revistas con Comité Editorial
2020 / Information within coalitions: risk and ambiguity / ECONOMIC THEORY - Vol. 69, No. 1
2019 / Financial segmentation and collateralized debt in infinite-horizon economies / JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS - Vol. 80
2018 / General equilibrium with endogenous trading constraints / PLoS One - Vol. 13, No. 9
2017 / Credit Market Segmentation, Essentiality of Commodities, and Supermodularity / JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS - Vol. 70
2017 / Endogenous Differential Information / ECONOMIC THEORY - Vol. 63, No. 1
2016 / Credit segmentation in general equilibrium / JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS - Vol. 62
2014 / Essential equilibria of large generalized games / ECONOMIC THEORY - Vol. 57, No. 3
2013 / Equilibrium with limited-recourse collateralized loans / ECONOMIC THEORY - Vol. 53, No. 1
2012 / Equilibrium existence in infinite horizon economies / Portuguese Economic Journal - Vol. 11, No. 2
2011 / Long-lived collateralized assets and bubbles / JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS - Vol. 47, No. 3
2011 / On equilibrium existence with endogenous restricted financial participation / JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS - Vol. 47, No. 1
2011 / Fiat money and the value of binding portfolio constraints / ECONOMIC THEORY - Vol. 46, No. 2
2010 / The impossibility of effective enforcement mechanisms in collateralized credit markets / JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS - Vol. 46, No. 3
2009 / A market game approach to differential information economies / ECONOMIC THEORY - Vol. 38, No. 2
2008 / Wealth transfers and the role of collateral when lifetimes are uncertain / ECONOMIC THEORY - Vol. 36, No. 3
2008 / Collaterallized assets and asymmetric information / JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS - Vol. 44, No. 5
2007 / General equilibrium in CLO markets / JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS - Vol. 43, No. 6
2006 / Fixed points as Nash equilibria / FIXED POINT THEORY AND APPLICATIONS -
2002 / Collateral avoids Ponzi schemes in incomplete markets / ECONOMETRICA - Vol. 70, No. 4
Research Monographs
2013 / On Pure Strategy Equilibria in Large Generalized Games / Vol. 381
2010 / Equilibrium with limited-recourse collateralized loans / No. 313
2010 / On equilibrium existence in infinite horizon economies / No. 315
2010 / Endogenous differential information in financial markets / No. 312
2010 / A direct proof of the existence of pure strategy equilibria in large generalized games with atomic players / No. 311
2008 / With additional enforcement mechanisms, does collateral avoid ponzi schemes? / No. 278
2008 / With additional enforcement mechanisms, does collateral avoid Ponzi Schemes?
2008 / Long-lived collateralized assets and bubbles / No. 284
2008 / Fiat money and the value of binding portfolio constraints / No. 283
2005 / A market game approach to differential information economies / No. 512