List of Published Works

List of published work

The Jindal School of Management is proud of the intellectual contributions of its faculty and its ongoing commitment to research. A list of all published works for the last six years are provided here.

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Accounting Kathleen Milam
Finance / Managerial Economics Beverly Young
Information Systems Aylin Calisir
Operations Management Anna Fox
Marketing Malissa Cloer
Organizations, Strategy and International Management Jennifer Budd

Stan Liebowitz

A Replication of Four Quasi-Experiments and Three Facts from ‘The Effect of File Sharing on Record Sales: An Empirical Analysis’ (Journal of Political Economy, 2007), Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 2017

The Internet as a Celestial TiVo: What can we Learn from Cable Television Adoption?, Journal of Cultural Economics, 2016
with A Zentner

Why The Oberholzer-Gee/Strumpf File-Sharing Article Is Not Credible, Econ Journal Watch, 2016

Paradise Lost or Fantasy Island? The Payment to Authors without Copyright Protection in 19th Century America, Journal of Law and Economics, 2016

How much of the Decline in Sound Recording Sales is due to File-Sharing?, Journal of Cultural Economics, 2015

A Critique of Copyright Criticisms, George Mason Law Review, 2015

Willful Blindness: The Inefficient Reward Structure in Academic Research, Economic Inquiry, 2014

The Hopes and Realities of Copyright, Milken Institute Review, 2014

The Impacts of Internet Piracy, he Economics of Copyright: A Handbook for Students and Teachers, 2014

Let’s make Texas friendly for auto consumers, Austin American Statesman, 2014

The Troubled Path of the Lock-In Movement, Journal of Competition Law and Economics, 2013
with Steve Margolis

Our uneconomic methods of measuring economic research, VoxEU, 2013

Internet piracy: the estimated impact on sales, Handbook on the Digital Creative Economy , 2013
with Ruth Towse and Christian Handke, Edward Elgar

The Internet’s Upending of Cultural Industries: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Cultural Economics in Japanese, 2012
with Bunkakeizaigaku

Clash of the Titans: The Internet as a competitor to Television, Review of Economics and Statistics , 2012
with Alejandro Zentner

What are the Economic Impacts of Micropayments for Intellectual Properties?, Innovation and Intellectual Property , 2012
with G. Ramello and M. Scherer

Internet to Artists: Drop Dead, Wall Street Journal, 2012

New Evidence on the Foreclosure Crisis, Wall Street Journal, 2012

It’s the Flexible Lending Standards, Stupid, Washington Examiner, 2012

Should Bailed-Out Homeowners Be Required To Pay Restitution?, Investors Business Daily, 2012

Is Efficient Copyright a Reasonable Goal?, George Washington Law Review, 2011

Bundles of Joy: The Ubiquity and Efficiency of Bundles in New Technology Markets, Journal of Competition Law & Economics, 2009
with Stephen Margolis

The Myth of Copyright Inefficiency, Regulation Magazine , 2009

New Evidence on the Foreclosure Crisis, Wall Street Journal, 2009

It’s the Flexible Lending Standards, Stupid, Washington Examiner, 2009

Should Bailed-Out Homeowners Be Required To Pay Restitution?, Investors Business Daily, 2009

Testing File-Sharing’s Impact on Music Album Sales in Cities, Management Science, 2008

Anatomy of a Train Wreck, in National Review, 2008

House of Cards, New York Post, 2008

The Real Scandal: How Feds Invited the Mortgage Mess, New York Post, 2008

How to Best Ensure Remuneration for Creators in the Market for Music? Copyright and its Alternatives, Journal of Economic Surveys, 2006
with Richard Watt

File-Sharing: Creative Destruction or just Plain Destruction?, Journal of Law and Economics , 2006

Economists Examine File-Sharing and Music Sales, Industrial Organization and the Digital Economy , 2006
with G. Illing and M. Peitz

Seventeen Famous Economists Weigh in on Copyright: The Role of Theory, Empirics, and Network Effects, Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, 2005

Economists’ Topsy-Turvy View of Piracy, The Review of Economic Research on Copyright Issues, 2005

Pitfalls in Measuring the Impact of File-sharing on the Sound Recording Market, CESifo Economic Studies , 2005

MP3s and copyright collectives: a cure worse than the disease?” Developments in the Economics of Copyright: Research and Analysis, Copyright Issues in Higher Education: A Legal Compendium., 2005
with Wendy Gordon, Lisa Takeyama and Ruth Towse, Edward Elgar

Network Meltdown: A Legacy of Bad Economics, How New is the New Economy, 2005
with E Jansen, Edward Elgar

Copyright Reconsidered: A Review of Promises to Keep, Issues in Science and Technology, 2005

The Elusive Symbiosis: The Impact of Radio on the Record Industry, The Review of Economic Research on Copyright Issues, 2004

Lessons from the Internet Bubble, Hitotsubashi Business Review , 2004

Will MP3 downloads Annihilate the Record Industry? The Evidence so Far, Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic Growth, 2004

Alternative Copyright Systems: The Problems with a Compulsory License, , 2003

Copyright in the Post Napster World, Copyfights , 2002
with Wayne Crews and Adam Thierer, Cato

An Expensive Pig in a Poke: Estimating the Costs of the District Court’s Proposed Breakup of Microsoft, George Mason Law Review, 2001

Mission Impossible: Determining the Value of Copyrigh, Administrative Institutions , 2000

Slim Pickings in Cyberspace, CIO Magazine, 2000

Winner Takes What, CIO Magazine, 2000

Don't Pull the Plug on AOL-Time Warner, Wall Street Journal Europe, 2000
with Steve Margolis

Will the Cure be Worse than the Disease?, Interactive Week, 2000

Should Microsoft be broken Up: No, Dallas Morning News, 2000

Windows and the “Applications Barrier to Entry”: Fact or Fantasy?, CEI OnPoint, 2000

Hey, Remember Microsoft?, Wall Street Journal, 2000

Impacts of Jackson's Actions, New York Newsday, 1999

Judge's Muddled Ruling Bad News for Microsoft but also for Consumers, National Post , 1999

A Defective Product: Consumer Groups' Study of Microsoft In Need of Recall, CEI OnPoint , 1999

Mortgage Discrimination in Boston: Where’s the Bias?, Economic Inquiry, 1998
with Ted Day

Do We Get Stuck With Inferior Technologies?" , Soziale Schliesung im Prozes der Technologieentwicklung, 1998

Path Dependence, The New Palgraves Dictionary of Economics and the Law, 1998
with Steve Margolis

Network Effects and Externalities, The New Palgraves Dictionary of Economics and the Law, 1998

Path Dependence and Economic Evolution, Jobs and Capital, 1998
with Steve Margolis

Bill Gate’s Secret? Better Products, Wall Street Journal, 1998

Network Effects and Externalities, The New Palgraves Dictionary of Economics and the Law, 1998
with Steve Margolis

Typing Errors, Reason Magazine, 1997
with Steve Margolis

Microsoft Can't Help Its Success, San Francisco Chronicle, 1997

Should Technology Choice be a Concern for Antitrust?, Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, 1996

Reply to Invited Comments Regibeau And Gandal, Research In Law And Economics, 1995
with Stephen E. Margolis

Path Dependence: From Qwerty To Windows, Regulation Magazine, 1995
with Steve Margolis

Don’t Handcuff Technology, Upside Magazine, 1995
with Steve Margolis

Case Against Microsoft As Transparent As A Window, Dallas Morning News, 1995

Is Microsoft A Threat, Investors Business Daily, Also, Christian Science Monitor and Seattle Times., 1995
with Steve Margolis

Misunderstanding Microsoft, American Civilization, 1995

Path Dependence, Lock-in and History, Journal of Law, Economics and Organization, 1995
with Steve Margolis

Are Network Externalities a New Source of Market Failure?, Research in Law and Economics, 1995
with Stephen E. Margolis

Network Externality: An Uncommon Tragedy, The Journal Of Economic Perspectives, 1994
with Stephen E. Margolis

Study Author Misses Basket, Texas Banking, 1994

How The Medical Business Of America Got In Such Critical Condition,, Philadelphia Inquirer, 1993

A Study That Deserves No Credit, Wall Street Journal, 1993

The Fable of the Keys, Journal of Law and Economics, 1990
with Stephen E. Margolis

Price Differentials and Price Discrimination: Reply and Extensions, Economic Inquiry, 1988

Assessing Assessments of the Quality of Economics Departments, Quarterly Review of Economics and Business, 1988
with John Palmer

Some Puzzling Behavior by the Owners of Intellectual Products, Contemporary Policy Issues, 1987

On The Measurement and Mismeasurement of Monopoly Power, International Review of Law and Economics, 1987

Copyright Law, Photocopying and Price Discrimination, 8 Research in Law and Economics, 1986

Copying and Indirect Appropriability: Photocopying of Journals, Journal of Political Economy, 1985

Assessing the Relative Impacts of Economic Journals, Journal of Economic Literature, 1984
with John Palmer

Tie-in Sales, Risk Reduction and Price Discrimination, ,” Economic Inquiry, 1983

Price Discrimination By Journal Publishers: Its Impact on Copyright Law and Photocopying, European Intellectual Property Review, 1983

The Pricing Practices of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario: Revisited, Canadian Journal Of Economics, 1983
with Guy Bridgeman

What Do Census Price-cost Margins Measure, Journal of Law and Economics, 1982

Durability, Market Structure And New-used Goods Models, American Economic Review, 1982

The Impacts of Cable Retransmission on Television Broadcasters, Canadian Journal of Economics, 1982

Measuring Industrial Disequilibria, Southern Economic Journal, 1982

Journals As Shared Goods: Comment, American Economic Review, 1982
with S. E. Margolis