Boleslavsky, Raphael and Maher Said. 2013. "Progressive Screening: Long Term Contracting With a Privately Known Stochastic Process."
The Review of Economic Studies, 80(1): 1-34. Download
Boleslavsky, Raphael and Tracy Lewis. 2016. "Evolving Influence: Mitigating Extreme Conflicts of Interest in Advisory Relationships."
Games and Economic Behavior, 98:110-34. Download
Boleslavsky, Raphael, David Kelly, and Curtis Taylor. 2017. "Selloffs, Bailouts, and Feedback: Can Asset Markets Inform Policy?"
Journal of Economic Theory, 169: 294-343. Download (slides)
Boleslavsky, Raphael, Christopher Cotton, and Haresh Gurnani. 2017. "Demonstrations and Price Competition in New Product Release."
Management Science, 63(6): 2016-2026. Download
Boleslavsky, Raphael and Christopher Cotton. 2018. "Limited Capacity in Project Selection: Competition Through Evidence Production."
Economic Theory, 65(2):385-421. Download
Markets vs. Mechanisms
(with Christopher Hennessy and David Kelly).
Institutions, Repression and the Spread of Protest
(with Mehdi Shadmehr). Under review (slides)
Bayesian Persuasion and Moral Hazard
(with Kyungmin Kim). (slides)
Competing for Capital: Auditing and Credibility in Financial Reporting
(with Bruce Carlin and Christopher Cotton)
Unlikely Partnerships: Non-Market Strategy and a Positive Theory of Corporate Social Responsibility
(with Aaron Chatterji and Tracy Lewis). (currently dormant)
Learning More by Doing Less (with Christopher Cotton). R/R, RAND Journal (currently dormant)
Bruce Carlin (Anderson School of Management, UCLA)
Aaron Chatterji (Fuqua School of Business, Duke University)
Christopher Cotton (Department of Economics, Queen's University)
Haresh Gurnani (Center for Retail Innovation, School of Business, Wake Forest University)
Christopher Hennessy (London Business School)
David Kelly (Department of Economics, University of Miami)
Kyungmin Kim (Department of Economics, University of Miami)
Tracy Lewis (Department of Economics, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University)
Maher Said (Stern School of Business, New York University)
Mehdi Shadmehr (Department of Economics, University of Calgary)
Curtis Taylor (Department of Economics, Duke University)