Recently Published Articles

This paper compares social welfare for a unit versus a proportional fee on competing networks. When demand is sub-convex or isoelastic, proportional fee welfare dominates unit fee and the comparison...
Mixed-bundling of groceries and gasoline is common, but it raises ‘predatory’ concerns. This paper extends the standard Hotelling approach to consider bundled discounts when two conglomerates and an...
The Journal of Industrial Economics, Volume 69, Issue 2, June 2021.
A standard incomplete-information war of attrition is extended to incorporate experimentation. We obtain a characterization of all equilibria in this extended setup and use this setup to illuminate...
This article shows how state dependence effects can be estimated for many markets and with few assumptions by using data on how the shares of consumers buying specific products differ between those...
This paper estimates short-run effects of tariffs on United States tablet prices and welfare. Market data are used to estimate a model of demand and supply and to simulate prices and sales in...
Does uncertainty about future wholesale prices facilitate coordination among firms? To address this question, we exploit a policy intervention (Mepco) that limited the week-to-week variation in...
The availability of a new product in a store creates an informative spillover that extends past the store itself through word-of-mouth advertising. Because of this spillover, each retailer is able...
In retail and health care markets, demand declines with geographic distance to the establishment, but either transport costs or preferences correlated with distance (‘home bias’) could cause this...
This paper estimates the short-run effects of tariffs on United States tablet computer prices and welfare. Market-level data are used to estimate a model of demand, supply and trade policy and to...

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11/23/2021
We are happy to welcome Anne-Katrin Roesler as an associate editor to our board of editors.
09/08/2021
The CEPR/JIE 2022 conference will take place in Berlin on 13-15 June 2022. Details will be available on CEPR's website.
04/30/2021
One of our editors, Ying Fan, is ending her mandate (thank you Ying for your service) and we are please to welcome Meghan Busse (Northwestern) to the editorial board;
01/11/2021
James Roberts ended his mandate in December 2020 and we thank him for his great service. Two new editors joined the board in January 2021, Ryan McDewitt and Panle Jia Barwick, bringing the...
09/04/2018
Ginger Zhe JIn (home page) and Julie Holland Mortimer (home page) will be joining the Advisory Council. The board thanks them for their willingness to help steer the journal in the coming years....
09/04/2018
The board thanks Kai-Une Kühn fo rhaving served two mandates on the Advisory Council (after having served many eyeqrs as an editor of the journal).
06/23/2018
The Journal of Industrial Economics is one of the sponsors of the CEPR-JIE Applied Industrial Organization conference, and this year the conference took place at KULeuven. More than 120 submissions...
06/23/2018
The members of the board are pleased to welcome professor Matthew Mitchell as a member of the board of editors. Matt will replace Heski as one of our "theory" editors. 
06/23/2018
Heski Bar Isaak who has been an editor since 2012 will be stepping down as editor at the end of June 2018. Heski has been instrumental in selecting high quality papers in theory. The members of the...
05/15/2018
The editorial board will have its annual board meeting on 18 June 2018 during hte CEPR/JIE Applied industrial organization conference which takes places this year at KULeuven (Belgium) on June...