Mo Xiao, Ph.D.
Eller College of Management
University of Arizona
Office Phone: 520-621-2192
Dept. Fax: 520-6218450
- Research Interest: Industrial Organization, Applied Microeconomics
1. “Reputation Premium and
Reputation Management: Evidence from China’s Largest e-Commerce
Platform,” (with Ying
Fan and Jiandong Ju), working
paper, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2016, 46: 63-76.
2. “Competition and
Subsidies in the Deregulated U.S. Local Telephone Industry,” (with Ying Fan), working
appendix, the RAND Journal of
Economics, 2015, 46(4), 751-776.
Information Disclosure: The Case of Multi-Attribute Products with Heterogeneous
Consumers,” (with V. Joseph
Hotz), working paper, Economic Inquiry, 2013, 51(1), 865-881.
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version for those who are interested in a case referred by the new version.
4. “Behavioral Models of Managerial
Decision Making,” (with Avi Goldfarb, Teck-Hua Ho, and others), working
paper, Marketing Letters, 2012, 23(2), 405-421.
5. “Who Thinks about the Competition:
Managerial Ability and Strategic Entry in US Local Telephone Markets,”
(with Avi Goldfarb), working
American Economic Review, 2011,
6. “The Impact of Regulation on Supply
and Quality of Care in the Childcare Market,” (with V. Joseph Hotz), working paper,
appendix, American Economic Review, 2011, 101(5), 1775-1805.
7. “Does the Fourth
Entrant Make Any Difference? Entry and Competition in the Early U.S. Broadband
Market,” (with Peter
F. Orazem), working
International Journal of Industrial
Organization, 2011, vol. 29: 547-561.
8. “Is Quality Certification
Effective? Evidence from the Childcare Market,” working paper, International
Journal of Industrial Organization, 2010, vol. 28: 708–721.
- Working Papers:
- “For Whom to Tweet? Evidence
from a Large-Scale Social Media Platform,” (with Zaiyan Wei), working
- “Privatization and
Productivity in China,” (with Yuyu Chen, Mitsuru Igami, and
Masayuki Sawada), working
Shocks, Limited Attention, and a Firm’s Decision to Exit,”
(with Avi Goldfarb),
- “Entry Threat,
Entry Delay and Internet Speed: the Timing of U.S Broadband Rollout (with
and Peter F.