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We empirically examine recently declassified offer and counteroffer data from multi-party international tariff negotiations. We document eight stylized facts. We assess the role of relaxing bilateral reciprocity to multilateral reciprocity, and whether preferential tariffs served as a stumbling block for liberalization.
Examines infrastructure investment dynamics and degree of power outages under monopoly regulation. We simulate regulatory commitment and explore regulator heterogeneity.
Bias in Cable News: Real Effects and Polarization (with Gregory Martin)
*Under Major Revision*
We measure the persuasive effects of cable news. We consider these effects in a model where consumers prefer news that is closer to their own ideology. The results suggest that media mergers may raise additional public policy issues compared to mergers in other product markets.
Shortages of Sterile Injectable Pharmaceuticals
Examines dramatic increase in reported drug shortages as a result of changing regulatory reimbursement design.
The Welfare Effects of Bundling in Multichannel
Television Markets (with Gregory S. Crawford)
American Economic Review, Vol. 102, No. 2, April 2012
Download Code for Estimation and Simulation (Synthetic Data Included)
An empirical model to predict the effects of a la carte pricing regulations in cable television, accounting for the renegotiation of bilateral contracts between upstream content and downstream distribution.
The Welfare Effects of Vertical Integration in Multichannel Television Markets (Greg Crawford, Robin Lee, Michael Whinston)
Size Effects and Mergers in Bilateral Oligopoly (Nick Doudchenko)
Current and previous courses
Period: 2009 - present
Statistics and Data Analysis for Business Applications
Period: 2011 - present
First year econometrics course for GSB PhD students.
Level: Undergraduate and PhD