Dartmouth Winter IO Conference

Participants in January 2016 (Organized by Erin Mansur)

  • Tim Simcoe (Boston University):  “Differentiation Strategies in the Adoption of Environmental Standards: LEED from 2000-2010”
  • Michael Sinkinson (Wharton): “Ask Your Doctor? Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Pharmaceuticals”
  • Kosuke Uetake (Yale): “Entry by Merger: Estimates from a Two-sided Matching Model with Externalities”
  • Maryam Saeedi (Ohio State): “Dynamic Bidding in Second Price Auctions”
  • Sara Ellison (MIT): “Costs of Managerial Attention and Activity as a Source of Sticky Prices: Structural Estimates from an Online Market”
  • Mitsuru Igami (Yale) “Mergers, Innovation, and Entry-Exit Dynamics”

Participants in January 2015 (Organized by Erin Mansur)

  • Julie Mortimer (Boston College), “Efficiency and Foreclosure Effects of All-Units Discounts: Empirical Evidence”
  • Matt Backus (Cornell),  “Cheap Talk, Round Numbers, and the Economics of Negotiation”
  • Matt Grennan (Wharton), “Transparency and Negotiated Prices: The Value of Information in Hospital-Supplier Bargaining”
  • Chris Conlon (Columbia), “The Price of Liquor is Too Damn High: Alcohol Taxation and Market Structure”
  • Kevin Williams (Yale), “Product Variety, Across-Market Demand Heterogeneity, and the Value of Online Retail”
  • Jean-Francois Houde (Wharton), “Measuring Substitution Patterns Between Differentiated Products: The Missing Instruments”
  • Nikhil Agarwal (MIT), “Demand Analysis using Strategic Reports: an Application to a School Choice Mechanism”
  • Robin Lee (Harvard), “The Welfare Effects of Vertical Integration in Multichannel Television Markets”
  • Thomas Youle (Dartmouth), "How Much Did Manipulation Distort the Libor?"

Participants in January 2007 (Organized by Victor Stango)

  • Pai-Ling Yin (HBS), “(Why) Is There a Long Tail in TV?” (joint with Bharat Anand, HBS)
  • Ginger Jin (Maryland),  “Patient Learning and Advertising in the Diffusion of Cox-2 Inhibitors” (joint with Pradeep K. Chintagunta and Renna Jiang, Chicago GSB)
  • Tim Simcoe (Toronto), “Patents and the Performance of Voluntary Standard Setting Organizations” (joint with Marc Rysman, BU)
  • Stephen Ryan (MIT), “Heterogeneity and the Dynamics of Technology Adoption”(joint with Catherine Tucker, MIT)
  • Henry Schneider (Cornell), "Why Do New York City Cabdrivers Have Worse Outcomes When They Lease? Estimating a Model with Endogenous Contract Choice"
  • Erin Mansur (Yale), “Averting Enforcement: Strategic Response to the Threat of Environmental Regulation” (joint with Nat Keohane and Andrey Voynov, Yale)