Matthew S. Shum

Affiliations: 
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Area:
General Economics, Finance
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Kuo-Lring ( Chen grad student 2005 Johns Hopkins
Sung-Hwan Kim grad student 2006 Johns Hopkins
Ayako Suzuki grad student 2007 Johns Hopkins
Migiwa Tanaka grad student 2008 Johns Hopkins
Rui Ota grad student 2009 Johns Hopkins
Viplav Saini grad student 2009 Johns Hopkins
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Fosgerau M, Melo E, Palma Ad, et al. (2020) Discrete Choice and Rational Inattention: a General Equivalence Result International Economic Review
Cao J, Shi X, Shum M. (2019) On the Empirical Content of the Beckerian Marriage Model Economic Theory. 67: 349-362
Chiong KX, Shum M. (2019) Random Projection Estimation of Discrete-Choice Models with Large Choice Sets Management Science. 65: 256-271
Crawford GS, Shcherbakov O, Shum M. (2019) Quality Overprovision in Cable Television Markets The American Economic Review. 109: 956-995
Chen J, Shum M. (2019) Equilibrium Effects of Superstition in the Housing Market The Japanese Economic Review. 70: 341-345
Melo E, Pogorelskiy K, Shum M. (2019) Testing The Quantal Response Hypothesis: Testing The Quantal Response Hypothesis International Economic Review. 60: 53-74
Gillen BJ, Montero S, Moon HR, et al. (2019) BLP-2LASSO for aggregate discrete choice models with rich covariates Econometrics Journal. 22: 262-281
Huang G, Shum M, Tan W. (2019) Is pharmaceutical detailing informative? Evidence from contraindicated drug prescriptions Qme-Quantitative Marketing and Economics. 17: 135-160
Shi X, Shum M, Song W. (2018) Estimating Semi-Parametric Panel Multinomial Choice Models Using Cyclic Monotonicity Econometrica. 86: 737-761
Iaryczower M, Shi X, Shum M. (2017) Can Words Get in the Way? The Effect of Deliberation in Collective Decision Making Journal of Political Economy. 126: 688-734
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