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Recent Working Papers

The University of Wyoming supports my research through the Paul Lowham research endowment. This endowment allows me to construct laboratory markets, which provide the data for hypotheses testing. Dale Menkhaus and I also have received U.S. Department of Agriculture grant support to conduct experiments on behavior in auctions and private negotiation. Latest versions of work-in-progress include:

Sabasi, Darlington M., Bastian, Christopher T., Menkhaus, Dale J., and Phillips, Owen R., Committed Procurement in Privately Negotiated Markets: Evidence from Laboratory Markets, January 2012 (pdf).

 

Phillips, Owen R., Nagler, Amy M., Menkhaus, Dale J., Huang, Shanshan, and Bastian, Christopher T., Trading Partner Choice and Bargaining Culture in Private Negotiation, May 2012 (pdf).

 

Phillips, Owen R., Brodie, Allison and Menkhaus, Dale J., Reserve Prices and Tacit Collusion in English Auctions, January 2012 (pdf).

 

McGrimmon, Tucker S., Menkhaus, Dale J. and Phillips, Owen R., Price Formation in Private Negotiation with Endogenously Generated Information, April 2011 (pdf).

 

Phillips, Owen R., Menkhaus, Dale J. and Thurow, John N., The Small Firm in a Quantity Choosing Game, (Long Version), December 2010 (pdf).

 

van t Veld, Klaas T. and Phillips, Owen R., Pegging Input Prices in Long-Term Contracts: CO2 Purchase Agreements in Enhanced Oil Recovery, July 2009 (pdf).

Mason, Charles F. and Phillips, Owen R., Imminent Entry and the Transition to Multimarket Rivalry: Messy Markets in a Laboratory Setting, April 2012 (pdf).

 

 

Owen Phillips     E-mail: owenphil@uwyo.edu