•          Identification of the Oligopoly Solution Concept in a Differentiated Products Industry, Economics Letters, 59(3), 391-395, 1998.

•          Mergers with Differentiated Products: The Case of the Ready-to-Eat Cereal Industry, The RAND Journal of Economics, 31(3), 395-421, 2000.

•          A Practitioner’s Guide to Estimation of Random Coefficients Logit Models of Demand, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 9(4), 513-548, 2000.

•          Measuring Market Power in the Ready-to-Eat Cereal Industry, Econometrica, 69(2), 307-342, 2001.

•          Sample Selection and Information-Theoretic Alternatives to GMMJournal of Econometrics, 107(1), 149-157, 2002.

•          Why Do Manufacturers Issue Coupons? An Empirical Analysis of Breakfast Cereals,The RAND Journal of Economics, 33(2), 319-339, 2002 (joint with Catherine Wolfram).

•          Using Weights to Adjust for Sample Selection When Auxiliary Information is Available, Journal of Business and Economics Statistics, 21(1), 43-52, 2003.

•          New Products, Quality Changes and Welfare Measures Computed from Estimated Demand Systems, The Review of Economics and Statistics, 85(2), 266-275, 2003.

•          The Post-Promotion Dip Puzzle: What Do the Data Have to Say?,Quantitative Marketing and Economics, 1(4), 409-424, 2003 (joint with Igal Hendel).

•          Inter-temporal Substitution and Storable ProductsJournal of the European Economic Association, 2(2), 536-547, 2004 (joint with Igal Hendel).

•          Academic Journal Pricing and the Demand of LibrariesAmerican Economic Review, 447-452, 2005 (joint with Daniel L. Rubinfeld and Mark McCabe).

•          Sales and Consumer InventoryThe RAND Journal of Economics, 37(3), 543-561, 2006 (joint with Igal Hendel).

•          Measuring the Implications of Sales and Consumer Inventory Behavior, Econometrica74(6), 1637-1673, 2006 (joint with Igal Hendel).

•          Empirical Models of Imperfect Competition: A Discussion, Advances in Economics and Econometrics: Theory and Applications : Ninth World Congress, 2007 (joint with Liran Einav)

•          Merger Simulation, The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, 2008.

•          An Approach for Extending Dynamic Models to Settings with Multi-Product FirmsEconomics Letters, 100 (2008), 49-52 (joint with Federico Rossi).

•          Consumer Shopping Behavior: How Much Do Consumers Save?The Journal of Economic Perspectives 23(2), Spring 2009, 99-120 (joint with Rachel Griffith, Andrew Leicester and Ephraim Leibtag).

•          The Relative Performance of Real Estate Marketing: MLS versus FSBOMadison.comAmerican Economic Review 99 (5), December 2009, 1878-98 (joint with Igal Hendel, and Francois Ortalo-Magne).

•          Recording Discrepancies in Nielsen Homescan Data: Are They Present and Do They Matter?Quantitative Marketing and Economics, Volume 8, Issue 2 (2010), 207-239 (joint with Liran Einav and Ephraim Leibtag).

•          Taking the Dogma Out of Econometrics: Structural Modeling and Credible Inference The Journal of Economic Perspectives, Spring 2010, 69-82 (joint with Michael Whinston).

•          Empirical Models of Consumer BehaviorAnnual Review of Economics, Volume 3 (2011), 51-75.

•          Identification with Imperfect InstrumentsReview of Economics and Statistics, August 2012, Vol 94(3), 659-671.(joint with Adam Rosen).

•          Recent Developments in Empirical IO: Dynamic Demand and Dynamic GamesAdvances in Economics and Econometrics: Theory and Applications: Tenth World Congress, 2013 (joint with Victor Aguirregabiria).

•           Intertemporal Price Discrimination in Storable Goods MarketsAmerican Economic Review 103(7), December 2013, 2722-51 (joint with Igal Hendel)

•           Do Prices and Attributes Explain International Differences in Food Purchases?American Economic Review, 104(3), March 2014, 832-67 (joint with Pierre Dubois and Rachel Griffith)

•           Mergers When Prices Are Negotiated: Evidence from the Hospital IndustryAmerican Economic Review, 105(1), January 2015, 172-203 (joint with Gautam Gowrisankaran and Bob Town)