Arthur S. De Vany

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Professor, Economics
School of Social Sciences
Professor, Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences
School of Social Sciences

PH.D., University of California, Los Angeles

Phone: (435) 632-7011

University of California, Irvine
2800 Escalante
Saint George, UT 84790
Academic Distinctions
Dr. De Vany continues his consulting in motion pictures, energy and transportation and is one of the most highly cited scientists in each of these fields. Inquiries can be addressed via email at, or via phone at 435-680-1659.
Research Abstract
Motion pictures, inland waterways, telecommunications, coalitional dynamics, energy economics and pricing, air transportation, natural gas trading, energy transmission and pricing over a network, health, diet, exercise, aging.
The New Evolution Diet: What Human Evolution Can Tell Us about Health
Published in USA, UK, Korea, Brazil, and Germany.
Hollywood Economics: How Extreme Uncertainty Shapes the Film Industry (2003, 2016).
Arthur De Vany and David Walls, The Emerging New Order in
Natural Gas: Markets versus Regulation. Quorum Books:
Westport, CT (1995)
Arthur De Vany and David Walls, "Price dynamics in a network
of decentralized power markets." Journal of Regulatory
Economics, Volume 15, Number 2, pp. 123-140 (March 1999).
Arthur De Vany, "The Emergence and Evolution of
Self-Organized Coalitions." in Manfred Gilli, Editor,
Computational Economic Systems: Models, Methods and
Econometrics, Series: Advances in Computational Economics,
Kluwer Scientific Publications (1996), pp. 25--
Arthur De Vany, "Implementing a Market-Based Spectrum
Policy." The Journal of Law and Economics, Vol. XLI (2) (Pt.
2) (October 1998) 627--646
Arthur De Vany and David Walls, "Uncertainty in the Movies."
Journal of Cultural Economics (1999).
Research Center
Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences
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