Thomas N. Hubbard
Thomas N. Hubbard
Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
Verified email at kellogg.northwestern.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Contractibility and asset ownership: On-board computers and governance in US trucking
GP Baker, TN Hubbard
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 119 (4), 1443-1479, 2004
4292004
Make versus buy in trucking: asset ownership, job design, and information
GP Baker, TN Hubbard
American Economic Review 93 (3), 551-572, 2003
4252003
Information, decisions, and productivity: On-board computers and capacity utilization in trucking
TN Hubbard
American Economic Review 93 (4), 1328-1353, 2003
2292003
The demand for monitoring technologies: the case of trucking
TN Hubbard
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 115 (2), 533-560, 2000
182*2000
An empirical examination of moral hazard in the vehicle inspection market
TN Hubbard
The RAND Journal of Economics, 406-426, 1998
1681998
Specialization, firms, and markets: The division of labor within and between law firms
L Garicano, TN Hubbard
The Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization 25 (2), 339-371, 2008
1572008
Contractual form and market thickness in trucking
TN Hubbard
RAND Journal of Economics, 369-386, 2001
134*2001
Managerial leverage is limited by the extent of the market: Hierarchies, specialization, and the utilization of lawyers’ human capital
L Garicano, TN Hubbard
The Journal of Law and Economics 50 (1), 1-43, 2007
131*2007
How do consumers motivate experts? Reputational incentives in an auto repair market
TN Hubbard
The Journal of Law and Economics 45 (2), 437-468, 2002
1082002
Empirical strategies in contract economics: Information and the boundary of the firm
G Baker, TN Hubbard
American Economic Review 91 (2), 189-194, 2001
602001
The returns to knowledge hierarchies
L Garicano, TN Hubbard
The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 32 (4), 653-684, 2016
59*2016
Using inspection and maintenance programs to regulate vehicle emissions
TN Hubbard
Contemporary Economic Policy 15 (2), 52-62, 1997
531997
Hierarchical sorting and learning costs: Theory and evidence from the law
L Garicano, TN Hubbard
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 58 (2), 349-369, 2005
45*2005
Empirical research on firms' boundaries
TN Hubbard
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique 41 (2), 341-359, 2008
342008
Firms’ boundaries and the division of labor: Empirical strategies
L Garicano, TN Hubbard
Journal of the European Economic Association 1 (2-3), 495-502, 2003
322003
The Economics of" Radiator Springs:" Industry Dynamics, Sunk Costs, and Spatial Demand Shifts
JR Campbell, T Hubbard
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2016
20*2016
Earnings inequality and coordination costs: evidence from US law firms
L Garicano, T Hubbard
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2009
182009
Affiliation, integration, and information: ownership incentives and industry structure
TN Hubbard
The Journal of Industrial Economics 52 (2), 201-227, 2004
122004
Learning about the nature of production from equilibrium assignment patterns
L Garicano, TN Hubbard
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 84 (1), 136-153, 2012
112012
Governance Structure in the Deregulated Trucking Industry
TN Hubbard
Work-ing paper, UCLA, 1998
101998
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