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:
Phillips, Owen R.,
Cook, Benjamin R., Strandholm, John C., Bastian, Christopher T., and
Menkhaus, Dale J., “Tax
and Subsidy Incidence in Negotiations,” September 2016 (pdf).
Mason, Charles F.,
and Phillips, Owen R., “Imminent
Entry and the Transition to Multimarket Rivalry: Messy Markets in a
Laboratory Setting,” Forthcoming Journal
of Economics & Management Strategy.
Phillips, Owen R., Cook, Benjamin R., Bastian, Christopher T.,
Menkhaus, Dale J., and Gao, Shen, “Migration
toward Market Institutions: Linking Auction and Negotiation in a Laboratory
Setting,” October 2016 (pdf).
Phillips, Owen R., Huang, Shanshan,
and Menkhaus, Dale J., “Experimental
Results on the Role of Patience in Repeated Bargaining,” November 2016