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Recent Working Papers


Lorenzo Magnolfi, Daniel Quint, Christopher Sullivan, and Sarah Waldfogel, Falsifying Models of Firm Conduct (Aug 2022)


Raymond Deneckere and Daniel Quint, “Bid Shopping” in Procurement Auctions with Subcontracting (Mar 2022), revise-and-resubmit, Review of Economic Studies



Publications (peer-reviewed econ)     


Daniel Quint and Marek Weretka, Slope-Takers in Anonymous Markets, forthcoming, AEJ: Microeconomics


Lars Boerner and Daniel Quint, Medieval Matching Markets, International Economic Review 64 (1), February 2023     (Appendix)

(discussion of an earlier version on Al Roth's Market Design blog and Economic Logic.)


Lorenzo Magnolfi, Daniel Quint, Christopher Sullivan, and Sarah Waldfogel, Differentiated-Products Cournot Attributes Higher Markups Than Bertrand-Nash, Economics Letters 219, October 2022     (Appendix)


Cristián Hernández, Daniel Quint, and Christopher Turansick, Estimation in English Auctions with Unobserved Heterogeneity RAND Journal of Economics 51 (3), Fall 2020

(supplants Quint, Identification in Symmetric English Auctions with Additively Separable Unobserved Heterogeneity)


Daniel Quint and Ken Hendricks, A Theory of Indicative Bidding, AEJ: Microeconomics 10 (2), May 2018            (Appendix)


Daniel Quint, Common Values and Low Reserve Prices, Journal of Industrial Economics 65 (2), June 2017           (Appendix)


Andrés Aradillas-López, Amit Gandhi and Daniel Quint, A Simple Test for Moment Inequality Models with an Application to English Auctions, Journal of Econometrics 194, September 2016            (Appendix)


Daniel Quint, Imperfect Competition with Complements And Substitutes, Journal of Economic Theory 152, July 2014           (Appendix)


Daniel Quint, Pooling With Essential And Nonessential Patents, AEJ: Microeconomics 6 (1), February 2014


Andrés Aradillas-López, Amit Gandhi and Daniel Quint, Identification and Inference in Ascending Auctions with Correlated Private Values, Econometrica 81 (2), March 2013           (Appendix)


Daniel Quint, Looking Smart versus Playing Dumb in Common-Value Auctions, Economic Theory 44 (3), September 2010


Daniel Quint, Unobserved Correlation in Private-Value Ascending Auctions, Economics Letters 100 (3), September 2008           (Example and Extensions)


Guillermo Caruana, Liran Einav, and Daniel Quint, Multilateral Bargaining with Concession Costs, Journal of Economic Theory 132 (1), January 2007


Daniel Quint and Liran Einav, Efficient Entry, Economics Letters 88 (2), August 2005



Other Publications


Daniel Quint, Patent Pools, The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics Online, Eds. Steven Durlauf and Lawrence Blume, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008


Daniel Quint, Leiba Rodman, and Ilya Spitkovsky, New Cases of Almost Periodic Factorization of Triangular Matrix Functions, Michigan Mathematical Journal 45 (1), April 1998



Older Unpublished Work (“Resting Papers”)


Christiaan van Bochove, Lars Boerner, and Daniel Quint, Anglo-Dutch Premium Auctions in Eighteenth-Century Amsterdam (Jan 2017)         (Appendix)


Daniel Quint, A Simple Example to Illustrate the Linkage Principle (Apr 2016)


Yuanchuan Lien and Daniel Quint, Bidding Reversals in a Multiple-Good Auction with Aggregate Reserve Price (Jan 2011)           (Appendix)