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Publications for Christopher Wilson

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Journal Articles

Garrod, L, Olczak, M, Wilson, C (2020) Price advertising, double marginalisation and vertical restraints, Economics Letters, 196, 109600, ISSN: 0165-1765. DOI: 10.1016/j.econlet.2020.109600.

Shelegia, S and Wilson, C (2020) A generalized model of advertised sales, American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, ISSN: 1945-7669.

Bennato, AR, Gourlay, A, Wilson, C (2020) A classroom experiment on the causes and forms of bounded rationality in individual choice, The Journal of Economic Education, 51(1), pp.31-41, ISSN: 0022-0485. DOI: 10.1080/00220485.2019.1687374.

Wilson, A, Wilson, C, Witthaus, G (2020) Using a community of practice in higher education: Understanding the demographics of participation and impact, International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 32(1), pp.39-48, ISSN: 1812-9129.

Garrod, L, Li, R, Wilson, C (2019) Transaction costs as a source of consumer stockpiling, The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 19(3), 20170316, DOI: 10.1515/bejeap-2017-0316.

Rhodes, A and Wilson, C (2018) False advertising, The RAND Journal of Economics, 49(2), pp.348-369, ISSN: 0741-6261. DOI: 10.1111/1756-2171.12228.

Wilson, C (2017) Information matters: a theoretical comparison of some cross-border trade barriers, Information Economics and Policy, ISSN: 1873-5975. DOI: 10.1016/j.infoecopol.2016.10.002.

Wilson, CM, Davies, SW, Waddams Price, C (2014) Nonlinear Pricing and Tariff Differentiation: Evidence from the British Electricity Market, Energy Journal, 35(1), pp.57-77, ISSN: 0195-6574. DOI: 10.5547/01956574.35.1.4.

Wilson, CM, Garrod, L, Munro, A (2013) Default effects, transaction costs, and imperfect information, Economics Letters, 119(2), pp.213-215, ISSN: 0165-1765. DOI: 10.1016/j.econlet.2013.02.022.

Wilson, CM (2012) Market Frictions: A Unified Model of Search and Switching Costs, European Economic Review, 56(6), pp.1070-1086, ISSN: 0014-2921. DOI: 10.1016/j.euroecorev.2012.05.007.

Wilson, CM (2011) Advertising, Search and Intermediaries on the Internet: Introduction, Economic Journal, 121(556), ISSN: 0013-0133. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0297.2011.02464.x.

Wilson, CM and Waddams Price, C (2010) Do Consumers Switch to the Best Supplier?, Oxford Economic Papers, 62(4), pp.647-668, DOI: 10.1093/oep/gpq006.

Wilson, CM (2010) Ordered Search and Equilibrium Obfuscation, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 28(5), pp.496-506, DOI: 10.1016/j.ijindorg.2009.12.001.



Conferences

Wilson, C and Shelegia, S (2020) All-Pay Contests and Price Competition: A Unified Framework. In Contests: Theory and Evidence Conference, University of East Anglia, UK.

Wilson, C and Shelegia, S (2019) All-Pay Contests and Price Competition: A Unified Framework. In EARIE, Barcelona.

Harris, MN, Novarese, M, Wilson, C (2018) Being in the right place: A natural field experiment on list position and consumer choice. In Economic Science Association, Berlin.

Shelegia, S and Wilson, C (2016) Sales competition with heterogeneous firms. In European Economic Association Meetings, Geneva.

Shelegia, S and Wilson, C (2016) Sales competition with heterogeneous firms. In EARIE, Porto.

Wilson, CM and Novarese, M (2014) A Utility-Based Model of Sales Competition with Informative Advertising. In VII Conference on Economics of Advertising, Vienna.

Wilson, CM and Shelegia, S (2014) Sales Competition with Informative Advertising. In 5th Consumer Search and Switching Workshop, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University.

Wilson, CM and Novarese, M (2013) Being in the Right Place: A Natural Field Experiment on List Position and Consumer Choice. In Fourth Annual Conference on Internet Search and Innovation, Northwestern, Chicago.

Wilson, CM and Novarese, M (2012) Being in the Right Place: A Natural Field Experiment on List Position and Consumer Choice. In 10th Annual IIOC Conference, George Mason, Washington.

Wilson, CM and Novarese, M (2011) Being in the Right Place: A Natural Field Experiment on List Position and Consumer Choice. In XXVI Jornadas de Economía Industrial, Universidad de Valencia.

Wilson, CM and Novarese, M (2011) Being in the Right Place: A Natural Field Experiment on List Position and Consumer Choice. In 2nd Consumer Search and Switching Workshop, Groningen.

Wilson, CM (2010) Market Frictions: A Unified Model of Search and Switching Costs. In XXV Jornadas de Economía Industrial, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.

Wilson, CM and Novarese, M (2010) Being in the Right Place: A Natural Field Experiment on List Position and Consumer Choice. In EARIE Annual Conference, Istanbul.

Wilson, CM (2009) Market Frictions: A Unified Model of Search and Switching Costs. In Consumer Search and Switching Workshop, Groningen.

Wilson, CM (2009) Market Frictions: A Unified Model of Search and Switching Costs. In EARIE Annual Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Wilson, CM (2009) Ordered Search and Equilibrium Obfuscation. In Industrial Organi\ation: Theory, Empirics and Experiments, University of Salento, Italy.

Wilson, CM (2008) Ordered Search and Equilibrium Obfuscation. In EARIE Annual Conference, Toulouse, France.

Wilson, CM (2007) NELSON’S CONJECTURE: SOME EFFECTS OF CONSUMER PROTECTION ON DECEPTION, CONSUMER SEARCH AND COMPETITION. In EEA Annual Congress, Budapest, Hungary.

Wilson, CM and Waddams Price, C (2007) Do Consumers Switch to the Best Supplier?. In Royal Economics Society Annual Conference, Warwick University.

Wilson, CM (2006) The Effects of Consumer Protection on Sales Signs, Consumer Search and Competition. In EARIE Annual Conference, Amsterdam.

Wilson, CM and Waddams Price, C (2006) “Do Consumers Switch to the Best Supplier?”. In Consumer Behaviour and Bounded Rationaility, Institute for Fiscal Studies, London.

Wilson, CM (2006) The Effects of Consumer Protection on Sales Signs, Consumer Search and Competition. In Royal Economics Society Annual Conference, Nottingham.

Wilson, CM and Waddams Price, C (2005) Consumer switching errors: when more firms may mean less benefit. In EARIE Annual Conference, Porto, Portugal.



School/Dept Working Papers

Wilson, CM (2016) Information Matters: A Theoretical Comparison of Some Cross-Border Trade Barriers.

Wilson, CM (2014) Search, Trade Costs, and the Home Bias.

Shelegia, S and Wilson, C (2014) A utility-based model of sales competition with informative advertising.

Wilson, CM, Garrod, L, Munro, A (2012) Default Effects, Transaction Costs and Imperfect Information.

Wilson, CM and Novarese, M (2012) Being in the Right Place: A Natural Field Experiment on List Position and Consumer Choice.

Wilson, CM (2012) Market Frictions: A Unified Model of Search and Switching Costs.

Wilson, CM, Davies, S, Waddams Price, C (2011) Nonlinear Pricing and Tariff Differentiation.

Wilson, CM (2008) Ordered Search and Equilibrium Obfuscation.

Wilson, CM and Waddams Price, C (2007) Do Consumer Switch to the Best Supplier?.

Wilson, CM and Oswald, AJ (2005) How Does Marriage Affect Physical and Psychological Health? A Survey of the Longitudinal Evidence.



Reports

Wilson, CM (2008) An Evaluation of the Impact upon Productivity of Ending Resale Price Maintenance on Books, pp.1-112, OFT Report 981.

Wilson, CM (2004) "The Net Book Agreement", pp.31-46, Department of Trade and Industry Economic Paper No. 9.



Scholarly Editions

Shelegia, S and Wilson, CM (Accepted for publication) A Utility-Based Model of Sales with Informative Advertising.

Wilson, CM (Accepted for publication) Information Matters: Comparing Some Theoretical Determinants of Border Effects in Trade.



Other

Wilson, CM, Garrod, L, Olczak, M (2017) Rockets and Feathers in the UK Energy Market: Cartel or Competition?.

Wilson, CM, Garrod, L, Olczak, M (2016) Rockets and Feathers: How Do Changes in Production Costs Affect Prices?.

Wilson, CM (2015) False Advertising.

Wilson, CM and Rhodes, A (2015) False Advertising.

Wilson, C and Garrod, L (2014) When demand rises, do prices rise too?, Understanding how changes in demand affect market prices is fundamental within economics and yet, surprisingly, empirical evidence does not always support the standard theoretical predictions. Luke Garrod and Chris Wilson investigate and review some possible explanations.



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