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Demand analysis using strategic reports: An application to a school choice mechanism
N Agarwal, P Somaini
Econometrica 86 (2), 391-444, 2018
1952018
Equilibrium allocations under alternative waitlist designs: Evidence from deceased donor kidneys
N Agarwal, I Ashlagi, MA Rees, P Somaini, D Waldinger
Econometrica 89 (1), 37-76, 2021
67*2021
Identification in Auction Models with Interdependent Costs
P Somaini
Journal of Political Economy 128 (10), 3820–3871, 2020
65*2020
A model of market power in customer markets
P Somaini, L Einav
The Journal of Industrial Economics 61 (4), 938-986, 2013
422013
Path-dependent import-substitution policies: the case of Argentina in the twentieth century
S Galiani, P Somaini
Latin American Economic Review 27 (1), 1-53, 2018
30*2018
Revealed preference analysis of school choice models
N Agarwal, PJ Somaini
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
27*2019
An algorithm to estimate the two-way fixed effects model
P Somaini, FA Wolak
Journal of Econometric Methods 5 (1), 143-152, 2016
242016
Choices and outcomes in assignment mechanisms: The allocation of deceased donor kidneys
N Agarwal, C Hodgson, P Somaini
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
112020
Empirical models of non-transferable utility matching
N Agarwal, P Somaini
Stanford University, Graduate School of Business Research Papers, 2021
52021
Dynamic Incentives in Wait List Mechanisms
N Agarwal, I Ashlagi, P Somaini, D Waldinger
AEA Papers and Proceedings 108, 341-47, 2018
42018
Demand Analysis under Latent Choice Constraints
N Agarwal, PJ Somaini
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022
2022
TWFEM: Stata module to efficiently estimate a two-way fixed effects model based on Somaini and Wolak (2015)
P Somaini, FA Wolak
Boston College Department of Economics, 2021
2021
Outcomes in Assignment Mechanisms: The Allocation of Deceased Donor Kidneys
N Agarwal, C Hodgson, P Somaini
2020
Online Appendix for “Identification in Auction Models with Interdependent Costs”
P Somaini
Stanford University, Graduate School of Business Research Papers, 2019
2019
Additional Material for “An Empirical Framework for Sequential Assignment: The Allocation of Deceased Donor Kidneys”
N Agarwal, I Ashlagi, M Rees, P Somaini, D Waldinger
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