DP 1999

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9901
Sébastien STEINMETZ and Yves ZENOU. On the existence of spatial monopolies under free entry.
 
9902
Yves ZENOU. Agglomeration economies in European and American cities.
 
9903
Parkash CHANDER and Ali KHAN. International treaties on trade and global pollution.
 
9904
Jacques DREZE. On the dynamics of suppply-constrained equilibria.
 
9905
Leonidas C. KOUTSOUGERAS. A remark on the number of trading posts in strategic market games.
 
9906
Jean GABSZEWICZ and Alessandro TURRINI. Workers' skills and product selection.
 
9907
Yu. NESTEROV. Stable flows in transportation networks.
 
9908
Francis BLOCH and Hélène FERRER. Trade fragmentation and coordination in bilateral oligopolies.
 
9909
María del Mar RACIONERO. Optimal redistribution with unobservable preferences for an observable merit good.
 
9910
Helmuth CREMER, Pierre PESTIEAU and Jean-Charles ROCHET. Direct versus indirect taxation: The design of the tax structure revisited.
 
9911
Bhaskar DUTTA, Matthew O. JACKSON and Michel LE BRETON. Srategic candidacy and voting procedures.
 
9912
Paolo GHIRARDATO and Michel LE BRETON. Choquet rationality.
 
9913
Nicolas BOCCARD and Yves ZENOU. Racial discrimination and redlining in cities.
 
9914
Cinzia ROVESTI. Optimal dynamic antitrust policies.
 
9915
Yu. NESTEROV. Global quadratic optimization on the sets with simplex structure.
 
9916
Hylke VANDENBUSSCHE and Xavier WAUTHY. European antidumping policy and firms' strategic choice of quality.
 
9917
Marko LOPARIC, Yves POCHET and Laurence A. WOLSEY. The uncapacitated lot-sizing problem with sales and safety stocks.
 
9918
Leonidas C. KOUTSOUGERAS. Market games with multiple trading posts.
 
9919
Gianmarco I.P. OTTAVIANO and Jacques-François THISSE. Monopolistic competition, multiproduct firms and optimum product diversity.
 
9920
Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Coalitional negotiation.
 
9921
John DUGGAN and Michel LE BRETON. Mixed refinements of Shapley's saddles and weak tournaments.
 
9922
Pierre GIOT, Bruno HENRY DE FRAHAN and Nicolas PIROTTE. Co-integration and leadership in the European off-season fresh fruit market.
 
9923
Vincent BARTHELEMY and Philippe MICHEL. The role of education supply in economic growth and the dynamics of skills.
 
9924
Emmanuel FLACHAIRE. A better way to bootstrap pairs.
 
9925
Parkash CHANDER, Henry TULKENS, Jean-Pascal VAN YPERSELE and Stephane WILLEMS. The Kyoto Protocol: an economic and game theoretic interpretation.
 
9926
Johan EYCKMANS and Henry TULKENS. Simulating with RICE coalitionally stable burden sharing agreements for the climate change problem.
 
9927
Francesco DE SINOPOLI and Alessandro TURRINI. A remark on voters' rationality in Besley and Coate model of representative democracy.
 
9928
Giovanna IANNANTUONI. Subgame perfection in a ``divided government" model.
 
9929
Martin SKUTELLA and Gerhard J. WOEGINGER. A PTAS for minimizing the total weighted completion time on identical parallel machines.
 
9930
Francesco DE SINOPOLI. Further remarks on strategic stability in plurality games.
 
9931
Francesco DE SINOPOLI. Two examples of strategic equilibria in approval voting games.
 
9932
Jahangir AZIZ and Luc LERUTH. Cyclical effects of the composition of government purchases.
 
9933
Felix KÜBLER and Heracles M. POLEMARCHAKIS. The identification of preferences from the equilibrium prices of commodities and assets.
 
9934
Heracles M. POLEMARCHAKIS and Céline ROCHON. Debt, liquidity and dynamics.
 
9935
Nicolas BOCCARD and Riccardo CALCAGNO. Asymmetries of information in centralized order-driven markets.
 
9936
Marc GERMAIN and Jean-Pascal VAN YPERSELE. Financial transfers to sustain international cooperation in the climate change framework.
 
9937
Michel X. GOEMANS. Approximate edge splitting.
 
9938
François MAIRESSE and Philippe VANDEN EECKAUT. Museum assessment and FDH technology: a global approach.
 
9939
Andrew CHESHER, Geert DHAENE, Christian GOURIEROUX and Olivier SCAILLET. Bartlett identities tests.
 
9940
Navin ASWAL, Shurojit CHATTERJI and Arunava SEN. Dictatorial domains.
 
9941
Gianmarco OTTAVIANO and Jacques-François THISSE. Agglomeration and trade revisited.
 
9942
Yves CRAMA, Luc LERUTH, Luc RENNEBOOG and Jean-Pierre URBAIN. Corporate governance structures, control and performance in European markets: a tale of two systems.
 
9943
Enrico MINELLI and Heracles POLEMARCHAKIS. Nash-Walras equilibria of a large economy.
 
9944
Pierre GIOT. Time transformations, intraday data and volatility models.
 
9945
Stefano DEMICHELIS and Fabrizio GERMANO. Some consequences of the unknottedness of the Walras correspondence.
 
9946
Aviad HEIFETZ, Enrico MINELLI and Heracles M. POLEMARCHAKIS. Arbitrage and equilibrium with exchangeable risks.
 
9947
Lisa FLEISCHER, Satoru IWATA and S. Thomas McCORMICK. A faster capacity scaling algorithm for minimum cost submodular flow.
 
9948
Satoru IWATA, Lisa FLEISCHER and Satoru FUJISHIGE. A strongly polynomial-time algorithm for minimizing submodular functions.
 
9949
Olivier DE WOLF. Optimal strategies in n-person unilaterally competitive games.
 
9950
Jacqueline BOUCHER and Yves SMEERS. Alternative models of restructured electricity systems. Part 1: no market power.
 
9951
Philippe MICHEL and Pierre PESTIEAU. Social security and early retirement in an overlapping-generations growth model.
 
9952
Gian-Luigi ALBANO, Fabrizio GERMANO and Stefano LOVO. A comparison of standard multi-unit auctions with synergies.
 
9953
Hugues MARCHAND, Alexander MARTIN, Robert WEISMANTEL and Laurence WOLSEY. Cutting planes in integer and mixed integer programming.
 
9954
Igal MILCHTAICH. How does selfishness affect well-being?
 
9955
Georges CASAMATTA, Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. The political economy of social security.
 
9956
Nicolas BOCCARD and Xavier WAUTHY. Relaxing Bertrand competition: capacity commitment beats quality differentiation.
 
9957
Luc BAUWENS, Charles S. BOS and Herman K. VAN DIJK. Adaptive polar sampling with an application to a bayes measure of value-at-risk.
 
9958
Luc BAUWENS and David VEREDAS. The stochastic conditional duration model: a latent factor model for the analysis of financial durations.
 
9959
Rabah AMIR and Val E. LAMBSON. On the effects of entry in Cournot markets.
 
9960
Francesco DE SINOPOLI. A note on forward induction in a model of representative democracy.
 
9961
Michel X. GOEMANS, Maurice QUEYRANNE, Andreas S. SCHULZ, Martin SKUTELLA and Yaoguang WANG. Single machine scheduling with release dates.
 
9962
Michel X. GOEMANS and Franz RENDL. Semidefinite programs and association schemes.
 
9963
Martin SKUTELLA. Convex quadratic and semidefinite programming relaxations in scheduling.
 
9964
Jacques H. DREZE. On the macroeconomics of uncertainty and incomplete markets.
 
9965
Giovanna IANNANTUONI. Divided government and dominance solvability.
 
9966
Olivier DAXHELET and Yves SMEERS. Variational inequality models of restructured electricity systems.
 
9967
Francis BLOCH and Stéphane ROTTIER. Agenda control in coalition formation.

 


 

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