Partial Identification in Auctions with Selective Entry ∗

@inproceedings{Gentry2011PartialII,
  title={Partial Identification in Auctions with Selective Entry ∗},
  author={Matthew Gentry and Tong Li},
  year={2011}
}
This paper considers nonparametric identification of a two-stage entry and bidding model for auctions which we call the Affiliated-Signal (AS) model. This model assumes that potential bidders have private values, observe imperfect signals of their true values prior to entry, and choose whether to undertake a costly entry process. The AS model is a theoretically appealing candidate for the structural analysis of auctions with entry: it formally nests the Levin and Smith (1994) model and… CONTINUE READING

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