Recent Submissions

  • Complex Disclosure 

    Jin, Ginger Zhe; Luca, Michael; Martin, Daniel (Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), 2022-05)
    We present evidence that unnecessarily complex disclosure can result from strategic incentives to shroud information. In our laboratory experiment, senders are required to report their private information truthfully but ...
  • How Much Should We Trust Staggered Difference-in-Differences Estimates? 

    Baker, Andrew C.; Larcker, David F.; Wang, Charles (Elsevier BV, 2022-05)
    We explain when and how staggered difference-in-differences regression estimators, commonly applied to assess the impact of policy changes, are biased. These biases are likely to be relevant for a large portion of research ...
  • Learning to Rank an Assortment of Products 

    Ferreira, Kristine; Parthasarathy, Sunanda; Sekar, Shreyas (Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), 2022-03)
    We consider the product-ranking challenge that online retailers face when their customers typically behave as “window shoppers.” They form an impression of the assortment after browsing products ranked in the initial ...

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