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Article

Michel, Chloé ; Sovinsky, Michelle ; Stern, Steven (2024) Lifestyle choices among women with breast cancer in the United States. Open Access Public Health Challenges Hoboken, New Jersey 3 1, Article e153 1-9 [Article]
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Ham, John C. ; Iorio, Daniela ; Sovinsky, Michelle (2021) Health outcomes, personality traits, and eating disorders. Open Access Economic Policy Oxford 36 105, Article eiaa029 51-76 [Article]
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Hildalgo, Julian ; Sovinsky, Michelle (2019) Forensic econometrics: Demand estimation when data are missing. The Japanese Economic Review Singapore 70 3 403-410 [Article]

Hiedemann, Bridget ; Sovinsky, Michelle ; Stern, Steven (2018) Will you still want me tomorrow?: The dynamics of families' long-term care arrangements. Journal of Human Resources : JHR Madison, Wis. 53 3 663-716 [Article]

Drugov, Mikhail ; Sovinsky, Michelle (2017) Discussion of Rethinking deindustrialization by Andrew A. Bernard, Valerie Smeets, Frederic Warzynski. Economic Policy Oxford 32 89 33-37 [Article]

Jacobi, Liana ; Sovinsky, Michelle (2016) Marijuana on main street? Estimating demand in markets with limited access. American Economic Review : AER Nashville, Tenn. 106 8 2009-2045 [Article]

Sovinsky, Michelle ; Stern, Steven (2016) Dynamic modelling of long-term care decisions. Review of Economics of the Household Dordrecht [u.a.] 14 2 463-488 [Article]

Sovinsky, Michelle ; Trigari, Antonella (2016) Discussion of Academies, charter and free schools: do new school types deliver better outcomes? by Andrew Eyles, Claudia Hupkau, Stephen Machin. Economic Policy Oxford 31 87 492-498 [Article]

Ham, John C. ; Iorio, Daniela ; Sovinsky, Michelle (2015) Disparities in Bulimia Nervosa: Who is left behind? Economics Letters Amsterdam [u.a.] 136 147-150 [Article]

Ham, John C. ; Iorio, Daniela ; Sovinsky, Michelle (2013) Caught in the bulimic trap?: Persistence and state dependence of bulimia among young women. Journal of Human Resources : JHR Madison, Wis. 48 3 736-767 [Article]

Byrne, David ; Sovinsky, Michelle ; Hiedemann, Bridget ; Stern, Steven (2009) Formal home health care, informal care, and family decision making. International Economic Review Hoboken, NJ ; Malden, MA 50 4 1205-1242 [Article]

Sovinsky, Michelle (2008) Limited information and advertising in the U.S. personal computer industry. Econometrica : Journal of the Econometric Society New York [u.a.] 76 5 1017-1074 [Article]

Goerree, Michelle S. ; Hinloopen, Jeroen (2008) Cooperation in the classroom: Experimenting with R&D cooperatives. The Journal of Economic Education : JEE Philadelphia, Pa. 39 4 357-373 [Article]

Book chapter

Michel, Chloé ; Sovinsky, Michelle ; Proto, Eugenio ; Oswald, Andrew J. (2019) Advertising as a major source of human dissatisfaction: cross-national evidence on one million europeans. Rojas, Mariano The economics of happiness : how the Easterlin Paradox transformed our understanding of well-being and progress Cham 217-239 [Book chapter]

Sovinsky, Michelle (2016) Limited information and advertising in the U.S. personal computer industry. Anderson, Simon P. Recent developments in the economics of advertising The international library of critical writings in economics Cheltenham [u.a.] 311 463-520 [Book chapter]

Doctoral dissertation

Aue, Jan Robert (2020) Spatial aspects of choice and competition. Open Access Mannheim [Doctoral dissertation]
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Allocca, Alessandra (2020) Essays in empirical industrial organization. Open Access Mannheim [Doctoral dissertation]
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Yan, Yihan (2020) Essays in empirical industrial organization. Open Access Mannheim [Doctoral dissertation]
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Cattaneo, Franco Esteban (2019) Essays on empirical industrial organization. Open Access Mannheim [Doctoral dissertation]
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Conference or workshop publication

Lee, Hwa Ryung ; Pechy, Andras ; Sovinsky, Michelle Assessing an efficiency defense: The case of Intel’s marketing campaign. Open Access 110-164 In: Job creation and business investment as pathways to a creative economy : 2014 KDI Journal of Economic Policy Conference (2015) Sejong-si, Korea 2014 KDI Journal of Economic Policy Conference (Sejong-si, Korea) [Conference or workshop publication]
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Conference presentation

Sovinsky, Michelle Legally high? Access, dynamics and complementarities among sin goods. (2019) 2019 MaCCI Summer Institute in Competition Policy, Mannheim Centre for Competition and Innovation (Scheßlitz, Germany) [Conference presentation]

Working paper

Chloe, Michel ; Sovinsky, Michelle ; Stern, Steven (2021) Risky lifestyle choices of women with breast cancer. Discussion paper / CRC TR 224 Bonn ; Mannheim 069 [Working paper]

Bourreau, Marc ; Caffarra, Cristina ; Chen, Zhijun ; Choe, Chongwoo ; Crawford, Gregory S. ; Duso, Tomaso ; Genakos, Christos ; Heidhues, Paul ; Peitz, Martin ; Rønde, Thomas ; Schnitzer, Monika ; Schutz, Nicolas ; Sovinsky, Michelle ; Spagnolo, Giancarlo ; Toivanen, Otto ; Valletti, Tommaso M. ; Vergé, Thibaud (2020) Google/Fitbit will monetise health data and harm consumers. CEPR Policy Insight London 107 [Working paper]

Chloe, Michel ; Sovinsky, Michelle ; Stern, Steven (2019) Value of risky lifestyle choices. Discussion Papers / CEPR London 13537 [Working paper]

Sovinsky, Michelle ; Iorio, Daniela (2013) Being in the grip of bulimia: New evidence on how bulimia relates to addictive behavior. Zürich [Working paper]

Goerree, Michelle S. ; Helland, Eric (2012) Do research joint ventures serve a collusive function? Working Paper / Institute for Empirical Research in Economics, University of Zürich Zürich 448 [Working paper]

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