His current and recent research projects include: 1) Computational and mathematical modeling of infectious diseases; 2) social dynamics of stigma; 3) industry dynamics; 4) corporate leniency program and the behavior of cartels; 5) endogenous social networks; 6) organizational structure. All of these research efforts employ
agent-based computational modeling techniques.
A Computational Model of Industry Dynamics. London: Routledge, 2015.
"Modeling the Birth and Death of Cartels with an Application to Evaluating Competition Policy," (with Joseph E. Harrington, Jr.), Journal of the European Economic Association, 7 (2009), 1400-1435.
"Discovery and Diffusion of Knowledge in an Endogenous Social Network," (with Joseph E. Harrington, Jr.), American Journal of Sociology, 110 (2005), 937-976.
"Multi-Market Competition, Consumer Search, and the Organizational Structure of Multi-Unit Firms," (with Joseph E. Harrington, Jr.), Management Science, 49 (2003), 541-552.
"Centralization vs. Decentralization in a Multi-Unit Organization: A Computational Model of a Retail Chain as a Multi-Agent Adaptive System," (with Joseph E. Harrington, Jr.), Management Science, 46 (2000), 1427-1440.
"Product Switching Cost and Strategic Flexibility," Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 7 (1998), 461-488.
"Inter-temporal Product Choice and Its Effects on Collusive Firm Behavior," International Economic Review, 33 (1992), 773-793.
"The Effects of Product Differentiation on Collusive Pricing," International Journal of Industrial Organization, 9 (1991), 453-469.