Paul T. Scott
Assistant Professor of Economics
NYU Stern School of Business

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Research interests: industrial organization, agricultural economics

Economic research

Identification of Counterfactuals in Dynamic Discrete Choice Models (June 2016) with Myrto Kalouptsidi and Eduardo Souza-Rodrigues
In review

On the Non-Identification of Counterfactuals in Dynamic Games (2016) with Myrto Kalouptsidi and Eduardo Souza-Rodrigues, International Journal of Industrial Organization (Special issue EARIE)
Mathematica code

Dynamic Discrete Choice Estimation of Agricultural Land Use (December 2013)
Revise and resubmit, American Economic Review

Indirect Estimation of Yield-Price Elasticities (July 2013)

Estimating Market Power: Evidence from the US Beer Industry (in progress, approved by Census Bureau)
with Jan De Loecker

The Impact of Commodity Prices on Deforestation in the Amazon (in progress)
with Ted Rosenbaum and Eduardo Souza-Rodrigues

Land Retirement and Unretirement (in progress)
with Myrto Kalouptsidi and Eduardo Souza-Rodrigues

Sabermetric research

Do motivated baseball players have higher batting averages? with Phil Birnbaum

A Clutch Test - an attempt to detect clutch hitting in baseball