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Margaret Levenstein

Funded Research:

Researcher Credentialing for Secure Data Access (Sloan)

Bridging Supplement to: NCRN-MN: Linking Surveys to the World: Administrative Data, the Web, and Beyond. A Michigan Node of the NSF-Census Research Network (NSF)

Identifying a Set of Value-added Services in Support of Data Curation for the Development Data Hub (World Bank)

Proposal to create data products and related reports from CSWEP and UAQ survey data (AEA)

Editing Services for NSF-Census Research Network Coordination Project (NSF)

Longitudinal Intergenerational Family Electronic Micro-Database (LIFE-M) (NSF)

Pilot Study for Creating the Early Twentieth Century Intergenerational, Longitudinal Dataset (PSC Pilot)

Michigan Center on the Demography of Aging (NIA)

Learning and Research Analytics: A Workshop to Develop New Measures and Analysis of Student Outcomes (Sloan)

SIPP Supplement to: NCRN-MN: Linking Surveys to the World: Administrative Data, the Web, and Beyond. A Michigan Node of the NSF-Census Research Network (NSF)

Expanding International Microdata Access: Linked German Survey and Administrative Data (NSF)

Building a Social Science Research Community around a new R&D Data Infrastructure (NSF)

Supplement to: NCRN-MN: Linking Surveys to the World: Administrative Data, the Web, and Beyond. A Michigan Node of the NSF-Census Research Network (NSF)

Estimating the Economic and Scientific Impact of Federal R&D Spending by Universities (NSF)

German Federal Employment Agency Agreement (IAB)

NCRN-MN: Linking Surveys to the World: Administrative Data, the Web, and Beyond. Michigan Node of the NSF-Census Research Network (NSF)

Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.

Director, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, Institute for Social Research.

Research Professor, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research.

Adjunct Professor, Ross School of Business.

Executive Director, Michigan Census Research Data Center.

Ph.D., Yale University

Dr. Levenstein's research focuses on the evolution of information systems and relationship with firm organization, historical changes in firm competition, information networks, contemporary international cartels, and the design of competition policies for a global economy.

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Books

Levenstein, Margaret, and Stephen W. Salant. 2007. Cartels. Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.

Journal Articles

Levenstein, Margaret, and V. Suslow. 2016. "Price Fixing Hits Home: An Empirical Study of US Price-Fixing Conspiracies." Review of Industrial Organization, 48(4): 361-379. DOI. Abstract.

Levenstein, Margaret, Jagadeesh Sivadasan, and Valerie Y. Suslow. 2015. "The effect of competition on trade: Evidence from the collapse of international cartels." International Journal of Industrial Organization, 39: 56-70. DOI. Abstract.

Kabo, F., Y. Hwang, Margaret Levenstein, and Jason Owen-Smith. 2015. "Shared Paths to the Lab: A Sociospatial Network Analysis of Collaboration." Environment and Behavior, 47(1): 57-84. DOI. Abstract.

Levenstein, Margaret, and V. Suslow. 2014. "How Do Cartels Use Vertical Restraints? Reflections on Bork's The Antitrust Paradox." Journal of Law and Economics, 57: S33-S50. DOI. Abstract.

Kabo, F., N. Cotton-Nessler, Y. Hwang, Margaret Levenstein, and Jason Owen-Smith. 2014. "Proximity effects on the dynamics and outcomes of scientific collaborations." Research Policy, 43(9): 1469-1485. DOI. Abstract.

Levenstein, Margaret. 2012. "Escape from Equilibrium: Thinking Historically about Firm Responses to Competition." Enterprise and Society, 13(4): 710-728. DOI. Abstract.

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