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NBER Papers on Working Group on Market Design

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2019
w26394 Bnaya Dreyfuss
Ori Heffetz
Matthew Rabin

Expectations-Based Loss Aversion May Help Explain Seemingly Dominated Choices in Strategy-Proof Mechanisms
w26389 Bharat K. Chandar
Ali Hortaçsu
John A. List
Ian Muir
Jeffrey M. Wooldridge

Design and Analysis of Cluster-Randomized Field Experiments in Panel Data Settings
w26380 Bharat Chandar
Uri Gneezy
John A. List
Ian Muir

The Drivers of Social Preferences: Evidence from a Nationwide Tipping Field Experiment
w26341 Ravi Jagannathan
On Frequent Batch Auctions for Stocks
w26221 Hugo Hopenhayn
Maryam Saeedi

Optimal Ratings and Market Outcomes
w26137 Joshua D. Angrist
Parag A. Pathak
Román Andrés Zárate

Choice and Consequence: Assessing Mismatch at Chicago Exam Schools
w25976 Kate Bundorf
Maria Polyakova
Ming Tai-Seale

How do Humans Interact with Algorithms? Experimental Evidence from Health Insurance
w25967 David Card
Stefano DellaVigna
Patricia Funk
Nagore Iriberri

Are Referees and Editors in Economics Gender Neutral?
w25917 Moshe A. Barach
Joseph M. Golden
John J. Horton

Steering in Online Markets: The Role of Platform Incentives and Credibility
w25887 Jérôme Dugast
Semih Üslü
Pierre-Olivier Weill

A Theory of Participation in OTC and Centralized Markets
w25881 Joyee Deb
Aniko Oery
Kevin R. Williams

Aiming for the Goal: Contribution Dynamics of Crowdfunding
w25857 Apostolos Filippas
John J. Horton
Joseph M. Golden

Reputation Inflation
w25855 Eric Budish
Robin S. Lee
John J. Shim

Will the Market Fix the Market? A Theory of Stock Exchange Competition and Innovation
w25848 Omar Al-Ubaydli
John A. List
Dana Suskind

The Science of Using Science: Towards an Understanding of the Threats to Scaling Experiments
w25843 Michael Bailey
Drew M. Johnston
Theresa Kuchler
Johannes Stroebel
Arlene Wong

Peer Effects in Product Adoption
w25607 Nikhil Agarwal
Itai Ashlagi
Michael A. Rees
Paulo J. Somaini
Daniel C. Waldinger

An Empirical Framework for Sequential Assignment: The Allocation of Deceased Donor Kidneys
w25581 Julio J. Elias
Nicola Lacetera
Mario Macis

Paying for Kidneys? A Randomized Survey and Choice Experiment
2018
w25407 Joseph Abadi
Markus Brunnermeier

Blockchain Economics
w25186 Thomas Blake
Sarah Moshary
Kane Sweeney
Steven Tadelis

Price Salience and Product Choice
w25096 Adam Kapor
Christopher A. Neilson
Seth D. Zimmerman

Heterogeneous Beliefs and School Choice Mechanisms
w25064 Susan Athey
Michael Luca

Economists (and Economics) in Tech Companies
w25024 Umut M. Dur
Parag A. Pathak
Fei Song
Tayfun Sönmez

Deduction Dilemmas: The Taiwan Assignment Mechanism
w25015 Meng Liu
Erik Brynjolfsson
Jason Dowlatabadi

Do Digital Platforms Reduce Moral Hazard? The Case of Uber and Taxis
w25002 Kenneth Hendricks
Alan Sorensen

Dynamics and Efficiency in Decentralized Online Auction Markets
w24956 Julien Hugonnier
Benjamin Lester
Pierre-Olivier Weill

Frictional Intermediation in Over-the-counter Markets
w24916 Xiang Hui
Maryam Saeedi
Giancarlo Spagnolo
Steven Tadelis

Certification, Reputation and Entry: An Empirical Analysis
w24908 Cátia Batista
Marcel Fafchamps
Pedro C. Vicente

Keep It Simple: A Field Experiment on Information Sharing in Social Networks
w24837 Bradley Larsen
Anthony Lee Zhang

A Mechanism Design Approach to Identification and Estimation
w24781 Erik Snowberg
Leeat Yariv

Testing the Waters: Behavior across Participant Pools
w24775 Nikhil Agarwal
Itai Ashlagi
Eduardo Azevedo
Clayton R. Featherstone
Ömer Karaduman

Market Failure in Kidney Exchange
w24717 Eric Budish
The Economic Limits of Bitcoin and the Blockchain
w24698 Dominic Coey
Bradley Larsen
Kane Sweeney
Caio Waisman

The Simple Empirics of Optimal Online Auctions
w24588 Caterina Calsamglia
Chao Fu
Maia Güell

Structural Estimation of a Model of School Choices: the Boston Mechanism vs. Its Alternatives

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