"Go as far as the legs of reasons can tell you and then jump"
(The Life of Pi)
Collusive Market Allocations, with with Leslie Marx, Simon Loertscher and Patrick Rey. Submitted.
Organizing Competition for the Market with Patrick Rey and Michael Waterson. Revise and Resubmit, Journal of the European Economic Association
Prizes versus Contracts as Incentives for Innovation, with Yeon-Koo Che and Patrick Rey. Revise and Resubmit (II Round) Review of Economic Studies
Bureaucratic Competence and Procurement Outcomes, with F. Decarolis, L.M. Giuffrida, V. Mollisi and G. Spagnolo. NBER Discussion Paper. Forthcoming, Journal of Law, Economics and Organization.
Buyers' Role in Innovation Procurement — with F. Decarolis, G. de Rassenfosse, L.M. Giuffrida, V. Mollisi, E. Raiteri and G. Spagnolo, CEPR Discussion paper 13777. Revise and Resubmit, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy.
Public Procurement as a Demand-side Policy: Project Competition and Innovation Incentives with Alessandro De Chiara. CEPR Discussion paper 13664.
Policy Paper: "Integrity Framework for Public Infrastructures: Review and Further Action," Inter-American Development Bank, Washington August 2020.
Invited Lecture: 8th ZEW/MaCCI Conference on the Economics of Innovation and Patenting: Procurement of Innovation: Rationale, Design and Impact, 2019.
Invited Speaker: Collusion via Market Allocation, Frontiers in Theoretical IO. XXXIV Jornadas de Economía Industrial (Madrid, September 2019).
Invited Speaker: Public Procurement of Innovation: Rationale, Design and Impact, Universitat Autonoma di barcellong. PHD Conference, 19 June 2019.
Keynote Lecture: Nordic Workshop On Industrial Organization (Norio Xi), Stockholm School Of Economics 10–11 June 2019
Public Procurement as a Demand-side Policy: Project Competition and Innovation Incentives with Alessandro De Chiara. New version: Innovation Policy: procurement vs grants.
Organizing Competition for the Market with Patrick Rey and Michael Waterson
Barriers Towards Foreign Firms in International Public Procurement Markets: a Review — with Chiara Carboni and Gianpiero Mattera