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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 51, Number 3, 1 September 2020

The curse of knowledge: having access to customer information can reduce monopoly profits
pp. 650-675(26)
Authors: Laussel, Didier; Long, Ngo V.; Resende, Joana

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Word‐of‐mouth communication and search
pp. 676-712(37)
Authors: Campbell, Arthur; Leister, C. Matthew; Zenou, Yves

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The demand‐boost theory of exclusive dealing
pp. 713-738(26)
Authors: Calzolari, Giacomo; Denicolò, Vincenzo; Zanchettin, Piercarlo

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Multi‐part tariffs and differentiated commodity taxation
pp. 786-804(19)
Authors: D'Annunzio, Anna; Mardan, Mohammed; Russo, Antonio

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A computational framework for analyzing dynamic auctions: The market impact of information sharing
pp. 805-839(35)
Authors: Asker, John; Fershtman, Chaim; Jeon, Jihye; Pakes, Ariel

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Estimation in English auctions with unobserved heterogeneity
pp. 868-904(37)
Authors: Hernández, Cristián; Quint, Daniel; Turansick, Christopher

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Intermediaries and product quality in used car markets
pp. 905-933(29)
Authors: Biglaiser, Gary; Li, Fei; Murry, Charles; Zhou, Yiyi

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Preemption contests between groups
pp. 934-961(28)
Authors: Barbieri, Stefano; Konrad, Kai A.; Malueg, David A.

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