Daniel MillerAssistant Professor
Office: 240 Sirrine Hall
Personal Website: http://people.clemson.edu/~dmille7
Industrial Organization (Phd level)
ProfileMy primary field is Empirical Industrial Organization. I have done work on highway procurement auctions and housing demand. My latest projects examine the market design of the Medicare Part D prescription drug insurance market. Prior to joining the faculty at Clemson University, I studied under Pat Bajari during my time at both the University of Minnesota and Stanford University.
(2013) "A Dynamic Model of Housing Demand: Estimation and Policy Implications."
International Economic Review (lead article) volume 54, No. 2 pp 409-442
(2014) "Subcontracting and Competitive Bidding on Incomplete Procurement Projects."
Rand Journal of Economics (forthcoming)
"The Consequences of a Public Health Insurance Option: Evidence from Medicare Part D."
with Jungwon Yeo, Singapore Management University
"Estimating Dynamic Discrete Choice Models of Product Differentiation: An Application to Medicare Part D with Switching Costs.”
with Jungwon Yeo, Singapore Management University.
"Mergers in Medicare Part D: Decomposing Market Power, Cost Efficiencies, and Bargaining Power."
with Anna Chorniy and Tilan Tang, Clemson University
"Effect of Readmission Rates on Marginal Cost in Hospital Services: An Econometric Analysis."
with Sriram Venkataraman, University of South Carolina, Aleda Roth, and Lawrence Fredendall, Clemson University
""Risk Adjustment and Low Income Subsidy Distortions in Medicare Part D: Theory, Evidence, and Policy Prescriptions"