Juliana Rogo


Welcome! I am a Sessional Instructor in the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. I teach Strategic Thinking, Intermediate Microeconomics and Market Structure.

My research focuses on Health Economics, specifically in understanding the impact of physicians’ incentives on health outcomes and also analyzing the consequences of M&As in the health insurance industry.

What is pushing Brazil not to push? Evidence on cesarean rates from a mixed health system.

Did Skyrocketing Property Taxes Force Grandma Away from Her Home? An Analysis of the Evidence.
(With Richard Dye and David Merriman.)

Winter 2016

ECON301 Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis I Sections

Consumer behaviour, producer theory, exchange, monopoly, oligopoly, externalities, public goods, general equilibrium and welfare economics. Credit will be granted for only one of ECON 201, ECON 301, or ECON 304.

Winter 2016

ECON221 Introduction to Strategic Thinking Sections

An introduction to how people interact in strategic situations drawn from political science, history, psychology, law, biology, military history, economics, business, and anthropology. The focus will be on developing intuition. May not be taken for credit by students with fourth-year standing. Credit will be granted for only one of ECON 221 or ISCI 344.

Winter 2016

ECON465 Market Structure Sections

Market structure and social welfare, theory of price discrimination, equilibrium in oligopolistic markets, entry and exit decisions, product differentiation and spatial models, theories of hierarchical organization, agency problem in the modern corporation, vertical integration and control, market structure and technical progress.

Winter 2016

ECON490 Seminar in Applied Economics Sections

Selected problems and issues in the theory and practice of Economics. Each section will focus on a different field. Restricted to Economics Majors, and Combined Majors in Economics their final academic session.

Winter 2016

ECON492F Directed Reading - DIRECTED READING Sections