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Furthermore, Porter and Zona (1999), in their study of bidding by dairies for contracts to supply milk, and Bajari (2001), in his study of bidding by highway construction firms for procurement contracts, have also shown that location plays a major role in firm's bidding behavior.
2007), McDonald and Slawson (2002), Melnik and Aim (2002), and Resnick and Zeckhauser (2002) are among the many papers that have studied this issue; Bajari and Hortacsu (2004) provide a survey of many of these results.
Within this class, I also consider imposing a predefined probability distribution over the different equilibria, as in, for example, Bajari, Hong, and Ryan (2008).
Its popularity as a mechanism for matching buyers and sellers has spawned a rich economics literature as well as numerous competitors; much of this is described in Patrick Bajari and Ali Hortacsu's survey of Internet auctions research (10076).
We thank Patrick Bajari, Julan Du, Scott Rozelle, Wing Suen, Li-An Zhou, Yi Zhu, an anonymous referee, and participants in seminars and conferences for valuable comments.
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4 (2010) (applying screening techniques to compliance programs); Rosa Abrantes-Metz & Patrick Bajari, Screens for Conspiracies and Their Multiple Applications, 24 ANTITRUST 66 (2009) (providing an overview of the screening process).
Patrick Bajari and his co-author Jungwon Yeo (14441) describe how FCC auction design has evolved over time to mitigate concerns about tacit collusion by bidders.
Bajari, Chu, and Park (2008); Foote, Gerardi, and Willen (2008); Flaughwout, Peach, and Tracy (2008); and Bhutta, Dokko, and Shan (2010) find that negative equity is highly correlated with higher default rates.
Bajari and Kahn (2005) show that white suburbanization is partly driven by a greater demand to live in communities with high human capital, that is, places characterized by residents with high educational attainment and other accumulated skills and experience.