Would it be safe to presume that you plan on one of the three following things?1.) Citing a scholarly article by Glenn Ellison or Anne Preston.2.) Contacting either of them in the future.3.) Possibly collaborating with either of them or both of them on a research project or a journal article in the future.Which of the three is it?
Just getting to know the literature, although I'll be citing Preston in a paper this semester.
I'm surprised you're interested in Ellison--I guess he's written some empirically-minded papers recently, but when I think of him (and hear other people talk about him), it's as a pretty hardcore IO theorist.
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Daniel Kuehn is a doctoral candidate and adjunct professor in the Economics Department at American University. He has a master's degree in public policy from George Washington University.