John K.-H. Quah 

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Working Papers

A revealed preference test for weakly separable preferences, Working Paper, Department of Economics, Oxford, No. 601 (2012).

Revealed preference tests of the Cournot model (with Andres Carvajal, Rahul Deb, and James Fenske), Working Paper, Department of Economics, Oxford, No.  506 (2010).

Revealed Preference in a Discrete Consumption Space (with Matthew Polisson), IFS Working Papers, W12/03, Institute for Fiscal Studies (2012).

Aggregating the single crossing property: theory and applications to comparative statics and Bayesian games (with Bruno Strulovici), Working Paper, Department of Economics, Oxford, No. 493 (2010). This paper contains some material on equilibrium existence in first price auctions that is not found in Aggregating the single crossing property (published in Econometrica).   A separate paper on equilibrium existence in first price auctions is being prepared (with Bruno Strulovici).

Selected older working papers

A Nonparametric Analysis of the Cournot Model (with Andres Carvajal), Working Paper, Nuffield College, Oxford, No. 2009-W15. 

The aggregate weak axiom in a financial economy through dominant substitution effects, Working Paper, Nuffield College, Oxford, No.2004-W18

The existence of equilibrium when excess demand obeys the weak axiom, Working Paper, Nuffield College, Oxford, No.2004-W7.

The existence of perfect price indices in a market with heterogeneous agent 

Comparative statics and welfare theorems when goods are normal, Working Paper, Nuffield College, Oxford, No. 2001-W24. Contains welfare theorems not published in Market demand and comparative statics when goods are normal, Journal of Mathematical Economics, Vol.39, 317-333 (2003).

Demand is heterogeneous in Grandmont's model, Working Paper, Nuffield College, Oxford, No. 2001-W12.

Comparative statics of the weak axiom, Working Paper, Nuffield College, Oxford, No. 2001-W3.

The weak axiom and comparative statics, Working Paper, Nuffield College, Oxford, No. 1999-W15.