Thomas Wollmann

Thomas Wollmann

Assistant Professor
University of Chicago
Booth School of Business
tel: 773-834-3768
thomas.wollmann@gmail.com
thomas.wollmann@chicagobooth.edu

Ph.D. Harvard University

Faculty assistant: Sofia Bianchini
Sofia.Bianchini@chicagobooth.edu

Research
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Teaching

Thomas Wollmann

Research

1. Trucks without Bailouts: Equilibrium Product Characteristics for Commercial Vehicles, American Economic Review 2018, 108(6): 1364–1406. Manuscript, August 2017.

2. Stealth consolidation: Evidence from the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act Amendments, forthcoming, American Economic Review: Insights. Manuscript, July 2018.

3. How to Get Away With Merger: Stealth Consolidation and its Real Effects on US Healthcare, in process, October 2018.

4. The Impact of Money on Science: Evidence from Unexpected NCAA Football Outcomes (with Haris Tabakovic), revise and resubmit, Journal of Public Economics. Manuscript, May 2018.

5. From Revolving Doors to Regulatory Capture? Evidence from Patent Examiners (with Haris Tabakovic), NBER Working Paper 24638, Manuscript, May 2018.

Some Press

Vox EU: https://voxeu.org/article/revolving-doors-and-regulatory-capture
Marginal Revolution: https://marginalrevolution.com/marginalrevolution/2018/09/revolving-door-patent-examiners.html
Cato Institute: https://www.cato.org/publications/research-briefs-economic-policy/revolving-doors-regulatory-capture-evidence-patent
Booth Review: http://review.chicagobooth.edu/public-policy/2017/article/should-we-stop-revolving-door
Mother Jones: https://www.motherjones.com/kevin-drum/2018/09/lousy-patent-examiners-prefer-working-in-the-private-sector/