Pasquale

Schiraldi

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London School of Economics and Political Science

Assistant Professor (Lecturer) of Economics (September 2007 - present)


Centre for Economic Policy Research – CEPR

Research Fellow (May 2012 - present)


Competition and Markets Authority

Academic Advisory Panel (February 2013 - present)


Associate Editor, International Journal of Industrial Organization


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Publications

Buying frenzy in durable goods markets (with T. Liu)

[ Web Appendix ]
April 2014, forthcoming European Economic Review.

 

Sales and Collusion in a Market with Storage (with F. Nava)

[ Web Appendix ]
Journal of European Economic Association, Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. 791–832, June 2014

 

The Flexible Coefficient Multinomilal Logit (FC-MNL) Model of Demand for Differentiated Products (with P. Davis) [ Web Appendix ]
RAND Journal of Economics, Vol. 45, No. 1, pages 32–63, Spring 2014.

 

Internet, Search Frictions, and the Efficiency of Decentralized Markets: Evidence from Automobiles, (with D. Rapson)
Economics Letters, November 2013, Vol. 121, pp. 232-235

 

New Product Launch: herd seeking or herd preventing? (with T. Liu)
Economic Theory, Vol. 51, No. 3, 2012 pp. 627-648

 

Resale and Collusion in a Dynamic Market for Semidurable Goods (with F. Nava) Journal of Industrial Economics, Vol. 60, No. 2, June 2012, pp. 274-298.

 

Automobile Replacement: a Dynamic Structural Approach,
Rand Journal of Economics, Vol. 42, No. 2, Summer 2011 pp. 266-291

WorkingPapers

Simultaneous First-Price Auctions with Preferences over Combinations (with M. Gentry & T. Komarova), March 2014 (Email me for a copy of the paper).


Supermarket Retail competition with multi-stop shopping: who competes with a big box store?, (with S. Seiler and H. Smith). March 2013. [Draft forthcoming].

 

WorkingProjects

Synergies in the retails industry: Evidence from UK, (with M. Pesendorfer and H. Smith)

 

Supermarket Competition with a Social Planner: The Effects of Entry Regulation, (with H. Smith and Y. Takahashi). February 2011.