Guillermo Marshall

Assistant Professor, Strategy and Business Economics


Research interests: Industrial Organization, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

CV (updated: September 2020); Research statement; Google scholar profile

Contact: guillermo.marshall [at] sauder.ubc.ca

Working Papers

  • Diagnosing Anticompetitive Effects of Vertical Integration by Multiproduct Firms (with Fernando Luco) - [pdf]
    November 2020

  • Identification in English Auctions with Shill Bidding - [pdf]
    January 2021

Publications

  • Announcing High Prices to Deter Innovation (with Álvaro Parra) - [pdf] [doi]
    Forthcoming, Management Science

  • Dynamic Tournament Design: Evidence from Prediction Contests (with Jorge Lemus) - [pdf] [doi]
    Journal of Political Economy 129, no. 2 (2021): 383-420

  • The Competitive Impact of Vertical Integration by Multiproduct Firms (with Fernando Luco) - [pdf] [doi]
    American Economic Review 110, no. 7 (2020): 2041-64

  • Search and Wholesale Price Discrimination - [pdf] [doi]
    The RAND Journal of Economics 51, no. 2 (2020): 346-374

  • Innovation and Competition: The Role of the Product Market (with Álvaro Parra) - [pdf] [doi]
    International Journal of Industrial Organization 65 (2019): 221-247

  • Measuring the Impact of Travel Costs on Grocery Shopping (with Tiago Pires) - [pdf] [doi]
    The Economic Journal 128, no. 614 (2018): 2538-2557

  • A Path Out: Prescription Drug Abuse, Treatment, and Suicide (with Mark Borgschulte and Adriana Corredor-Waldron) - [pdf] [doi]
    Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 149 (2018): 169-184

  • When the Clock Starts Ticking: Measuring Strategic Responses to TRIPS's Patent Term Change (with Jorge Lemus) - [pdf] [doi]
    Research Policy 47, no. 4 (2018): 796-804

  • Start-up Nation? Slave Wealth and Entrepreneurship in Civil War Maryland (with Felipe González and Suresh Naidu) - [pdf] [doi]
    The Journal of Economic History 77, no. 2 (2017): 373-405

  • Hassle Costs and Price Discrimination: An Empirical Welfare Analysis - [pdf] [doi]
    American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 7, no. 3 (2015): 123-46