Greg Taylor

Research

Working Papers

"Competing Sales Channels", working paper with David Ronayne (2018) [working paper].

"Upstream Bundling and Leverage of Market Power", working paper with Alexandre de Cornière (2018; first version 2017) [working paper].

Peer-Reviewed Publications in Economics Journals

"A Model of Biased Intermediation", RAND Journal of Economics, with Alexandre de Cornière (forthcoming) [working paper version].

"Raising Search Costs To Deter Window Shopping Can Increase Profits and Welfare", RAND Journal of Economics, 48(2), 387–408 (2017) [published version] [working paper version] [supplementary material].

"Integration and Search Engine Bias", RAND Journal of Economics, 45(3), 576–597, with Alexandre de Cornière (2014) [published version] [working paper version].

"Search Quality and Revenue Cannibalization by Competing Search Engines", Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 22(3), 445–467 (2013) [published version] [working paper version] [supplementary material].

"Defensive Sniping and Efficiency in Simultaneous Hard-Close Proxy Auctions", Journal of Mathematical Economics, 48(1), 51–58 (2012) [published version] [working paper version].

"The Informativeness of On-line Advertising", International Journal of Industrial Organization, 29(6), 668–677 (2011) [published version] [working paper version].

Other Publications

"Information-seeking strategies in medicine queries: a clinical eye-tracking study with gaze-cued retrospective think-aloud protocol", International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 1–13, with Tim Muntinga (2017).

"When the Winning Move is Not to Play: Games of Deterrence in Cyber Security", Decision and Game Theory for Security (Lecture Notes in Computer Science vol. 9406), 250–269, with Chad Heitzenrater and Andrew Simpson (2015).

"Scarcity of Attention for a Medium of Abundance: An Economic Perspective" in W. H. Dutton & M. Graham (eds.) Society and the Internet: How Information and Social Networks are Changing Our Lives, Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK (2014).

"RE: Search", New Media & Society, 16(2), 187–194, with Mark Graham and Ralph Schroeder (2014).

"What Makes Google Tick?", Economic Review, 28(2), 16–19 (2010).