Andrew Sweeting

Full Professor of Economics at the University of Maryland

Published Papers (with links to accepted versions or JSTOR)

"Coordination, Differentiation and the Timing of Radio Commercials", Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 15(4), 2006

Accepted Version


"Market Power in the England and Wales Wholesale Electricity Market 1995-2000", The Economic Journal, 117(520), 2007

Accepted Version


"The Strategic Timing of Radio Commercials: An Empirical Analysis Using Multiple Equilibria", RAND Journal of Economics, 40(4), 2009

Accepted Version


"The Effects of Mergers on Product Positioning:  Evidence from the Music Radio Industry", RAND Journal of Economics, 41(2), 2010

Accepted Version

Earlier Versions (with some additional results): Too Much Rock and Roll     Music Variety, Station Listenership, ...    


"Price Dynamics in Perishable Goods Markets: The Case of Secondary Markets for Major League Baseball Tickets", Journal of Political Economy, 120(6), 2012   

Accepted Version

Appendix


"When Should Sellers Use Auctions?", American Economic Review, 103(5), 2013, with James Roberts

Accepted Version     

Linked to Published Version (with minor changes)


"Dynamic Product Positioning in Differentiated Product Industries: The Effect of Fees for Musical Performance Rights on the Commercial Radio Industry", Econometrica, 81(5), 2013

Accepted Version

Appendix

Link to code and materials

"Regulating Bidder Participation in Auctions", RAND Journal of Economics 45(4), 2014, with Vivek Bhattacharya and James Roberts

Accepted Version


"Multiplicity of Equilibria and Information Structures in Empirical Games: Challenges and Prospects", Marketing Letters, 2014, with multiple co-authors (Brett Gordon, Paul Ellickson and Ron Borkovsky were the principal organizers)

Accepted Version

"Selective Entry and Auction Design", International Journal of Industrial Organization, 43, 2015, with Vivek Bhattacharya

Accepted Version


"Radio", Chapter in the Handbook of Media Economics (Elsevier), ed., Simon Anderson, Joel Waldfogel and David Strömberg, 2015

Accepted Version


"Bailouts and the Preservation of Competition", forthcoming at the American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 2015, with James Roberts

Accepted Version

Earlier versions (without the bailout application):  Competition versus Auction Design