DP 2000

CORE

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2000/1
Joe THARAKAN and Jacques-François THISSE. The importance of being small: size effects in international trade.

2000/2
Karen AARDAL, Robert WEISMANTEL and Laurence WOLSEY. Non-standard approaches to integer programming.

2000/3
Philippe CATTOIR and Frédéric DOCQUIER. Debt-sharing and secession: A generational accounting approach.

2000/4
Enrico MINELLI and Heracles M. POLEMARCHAKIS. Information at equilibrium.

2000/5
Michele CONFORTI, Giovanni RINALDI and Laurence WOLSEY. On the cut polyhedron.

2000/6
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Didier LAUSSEL and Nathalie SONNAC. TV-broadcasting competition and advertising.

2000/7
Jacques H. DREZE and Aldo RUSTICHINI. State-dependent utility and decision theory.

2000/8
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Didier LAUSSEL and Nathalie SONNAC. Does press advertising foster the "Pensée unique"?

2000/9
Gaetan BELVAUX and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Modelling practical lot-sizing problems as mixed integer programs.

2000/10
Stefano DE MICHELIS and Fabrizio GERMANO. On knots and dynamics in games.

2000/11
Mario TIRELLI. Capital income taxation when markets are incomplete.

2000/12
Alan HOFFMAN, Jon LEE and Joy WILLIAMS. New upper bounds for maximum-entropy sampling.

2000/13
Yu. NESTEROV and Jean-Philippe VIAL. Confidence level solutions for stochastic programming.

2000/14
Michel X. GOEMANS and Martin SKUTELLA. Cooperative facility location games.

2000/15
Jacques H. DREZE. Economic and social security in the twenty-first century, with attention to Europe.

2000/16
Gaël GIRAUD. An algebraic index theorem for non-smooth economies.

2000/17
Stefano DE MICHELIS and Fabrizio GERMANO. On the indices of zeros of Nash fields.

2000/18
Stefano DE MICHELIS. On the index and asymptotic stability of dynamics.

2000/19
Mario TIRELLI. Constrained suboptimality and financial innovation in GEI with a single commodity.

2000/20
Suresh MUTUSWAMI and Eyal WINTER. Subscription mechanisms for network formation.

2000/21
Frank H. PAGE, Jr. Competitive selling mechanisms: the delegation principle and farsighted stability.

2000/22
Jean-François LASLIER and Nathalie PICARD. Distributive politics: does electoral competition promote inequality?

2000/23
Olivier PEREIRA and Laurence WOLSEY. On the Wagner-Whitin lot-sizing polyhedron.

2000/24
Pierre-André CHIAPPORI, Ivar EKELAND, Félix KUBLER and Heracles M. POLEMARCHAKIS. The identification of preferences from equilibrium prices.

2000/25
Pierre-André CHIAPPORI, Ivar EKELAND, Félix KUBLER and Heracles M. POLEMARCHAKIS. The identification of preferences from equilibrium prices under uncertainty.

2000/26
Jean-Jacques HERINGS and Heracles M. POLEMARCHAKIS. Equilibrium and arbitrage in incomplete asset markets with fixed prices.

2000/27
Yu. NESTEROV and André de PALMA. Stable dynamics in transportation systems.

2000/28
Stefano LOVO. Infinitely lived representative agent exchange economy with myopia.

2000/29
Courtney COILE, Peter DIAMOND, Jonathan GRUBER and Alain JOUSTEN. Delays in claiming social security benefits.

2000/30
Elena DEL REY. Teaching versus research: a model of state university competition.

2000/31
Don COPPERSMITH and Jon LEE. Indivisibility and divisibility polytopes.

2000/32
Lod BERLAGE, Danny CASSIMON, Jacques DREZE and Paul REDNG. Prospective aid and indebtedness relief: A proposal.

2000/33
Laurence BROZE, Christian FRANCQ and Jean-Michel ZAKOIAN. Non redundancy of high order moment conditions for efficient GMM estimation of weak AR processes.

2000/34
Stefano DEMICHELIS and Heracles M. POLEMARCHAKIS. Life-span and the determinacy of equilibrium in economies of overlapping generations.

2000/35
Pierre PESTIEAU and Uri M. POSSEN. Macroeconomic implications of switching the social security trust fund towards a greater investment in equities.

2000/36
Frédéric DOCQUIER and Oliver PADDISON. Growth and equality effects of pension plans.

2000/37
Francesco DE SINOPOLI and Giovanna IANNANTUONI. A spatial voting model where proportional rule leads to two-party equilibria.

2000/38
Michel LUBRANO. Bayesian non-linear modellings of the short term US interest rate: the help of non-parametric tools.

2000/39
Andrew J. MILLER, George L. NEMHAUSER and Martin W.P. SAVELSBERGH. Solving multi-item capacitated lot-sizing problems with setup times by branch-and-cut.

2000/40
Gaetano BLOISE and Francesco MAGRIS. Sunspot equilibria in a monetary economy with capital accumulation.

2000/41
Parkash CHANDER. A simple measure of risk aversion in the large and an application.

2000/42
Tim COELLI. On the econometric estimation of the distance function representation of a production technology.

2000/43
Luc BAUWENS and John HUNTER. Identifying long-run behaviour with non-stationary data.

2000/44
Jacques H. DREZE and Heracles M. POLEMARCHAKIS. Monetary equilibria.

2000/45
Pierre GIOT. Intraday value-at-risk.

2000/46
Frédéric JOUNEAU-SION and Olivier TORRES. Auctions with discrete increments: a structural econometric approach based on dominated strategies.

2000/47
Marko LOPARIC, Hugues MARCHAND and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Dynamic knapsack sets and capacitated lot-sizing.

2000/48
Giuseppe RUSSO and David VEREDAS. Institutional rigidities and employment rigidity in the Italian large industrial firms.

2000/49
Francisco ORTEGA and Laurence WOLSEY. A branch-and-cut algorithm for the single commodity uncapacitated fixed charge network flow problem.

2000/50
Jorge DURAN and Cuong LE VAN. A simple proof of existence of equilibrium in a one sector growth model with bounded or unbounded returns from below.

2000/51
Quentin LOUVEAUX and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Combining problem structure with basis reduction to solve a class of hard integer programs.

2000/52
Andrew J. MILLER, George L. NEMHAUSER and Martin W.P. SAVELSBERGH. On the polyhedral structure of a multi-item production planning model with setup times.

2000/53
Claude d'ASPREMONT, Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Endogenous business cycles and business formation with strategic investment.

2000/54
Lisa GRAZZINI. Ad valorem and per unit taxation in an oligopoly model.

2000/55
Ezra EINY, Ori HAIMANKO, Ram ORZACH and Aner SELA. Information advantage and dominant strategies in second-price auctions.

2000/56
Ori HAIMANKO and Richard STEINBERG. Price symmetry in a duopoly with congestion.

2000/57
Bernard DE MEYER and Hadiza MOUSSA SALEY. On the strategic origin of Brownian motion in finance.

2000/58
Jean HINDRIKS. Public versus private insurance: a political economy argument.

2000/59
Stefano DEMICHELIS and Klaus RITZBERGER. From evolutionary to strategic stability.

2000/60
Luc BAUWENS, Pierre GIOT, Joachim GRAMMIG and David VEREDAS. A comparison of financial duration models via density forecasts.

2000/61
Philippe MICHEL and Bertrand WIGNIOLLE. Temporary bubbles in an economy with under-accumulation.

2000/62
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Xavier Y. WAUTHY. Another perverse effect of monopoly power.

2000/63
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Lisa GRAZZINI. Strategic multilateral exchange and taxes.

 


 

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