Biography | Selected Publications
Catalyst Code (with D.S. Evans), Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 2007.
Invisible Engines: How Software Platforms Drive Innovation and Create Value (with D.S. Evans and A. Hagiu), Cambridge: MIT Press, 2006.
Paying with Plastic The Digital Revolution in Buying and Borrowing (Second Edition). MIT Press, 2005
"Antitrust Issues in Schumpeterian Industries," American Economic Review, 90 (May 2000): 192-196.
"Markets for Clean Air: The U.S. Acid Rain Program," Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Kyoto’s Unfinished Business, Foreign Affairs 77(4):54-66. 
What Does Stabilizing Greenhouse Gas Concentrations Mean?, in B.P. Flannery, K.R. Kolhase and D.G. LeVine (eds.), Critical Issues in the Economics of Climate Change, IPIECA. 
Toward a Useful Architecture in Climate Change Negotiations, Report of OECD Workshop on Economic Modeling of Climate Change, Paris, 17-18 September. 
"Competition Policy in Russia During and After Privatization" (with P.L. Joskow and N. Tsukanova). Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, Microeconomics, 1994: 301-374.
Handbook of Industrial Organization (ed., with R. D. Willig), Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1989.
"Do Markets Differ Much?" American Economic Review, 75 (June 1985): 341-351.
Markets for Power: An Analysis of Electric Utility Deregulation (with P. L. Joskow), Cambridge: MIT Press, 1983.
"Product Differentiation Advantages of Pioneering Brands." American Economic Review, 72 (June 1982): 349-365. ("Errata," AER, 73 (March 1983): 250).
"Entry Deterrence in the Ready-to-Eat Breakfast Cereal Industry." Bell Journal of Economics, 9 (Autumn 1978): 305-327.
The Economics of Advertising (Vol. 80, Contributions to Economic Analysis), Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1972.
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