DP 2002

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2002/01       
Geoffroy DE CLIPPEL and Enrico MINELLI. Two remarks on the inner core.

2002/02    
Ismael R. DE FARIAS and Georges L. NEMHAUSER. A polyhedral study of the cardinality constrained knapsack problem.

2002/03    
Manuel LEITE-MONTEIRO, Maurice MARCHAND and Pierre PESTIEAU. Redistribution with capital mobility and unions' wage setting.

2002/04    
Gaetano BLOISE and Pietro REICHLIN. Risk and intermediation in a dual financial market model.

2002/05    
Jacques DREZE. Loss reduction and implicit deductibles in medical insurance.

2002/06    
Henry TULKENS. On cooperation in Musgravian models of externalities within a federation.

2002/07    
Ernesto SAVAGLIO. Ordering, equity and non-expected utility theory.

2002/08    
Egon BALAS, Alexander BOCKMAYR, Nicolai PISARUK and Laurence WOLSEY. On unions and dominants of polytopes.

2002/09    
Hamish WATERER, Ellis L. JOHNSON and Martin W.P. SAVELSBERGH. The relation of time indexed formulations of single machine scheduling problems to the node packing problem.

2002/10    
Geoffroy DE CLIPPEL. Axiomatizing the Harsanyi value, the symmetric egalitarian solution and the consistent Shapley value.

2002/11    
Masahisa FUJITA and Jacques-François THISSE. Agglomeration and market interaction.

2002/12    
Laurence A. WOLSEY. Solving multi-item lot-sizing problems with an MIP solver using classification and reformulation.

2002/13    
Gaetano BLOISE. The fragility of the fiscal theory of price determination.

2002/14    
Geoffroy DE CLIPPEL. Values for cooperative games with incomplete information: an eloquent example.

2002/15    
Axel GAUTIER. Common and separate ownership of projects.

2002/16    
Geoffroy DE CLIPPEL. The procedural value.

2002/17    
Anna BASSANINI and Jérôme POUYET. Strategic choice of financing systems in regulated and interconnected industries.

2002/18    
Ori HAIMANKO, Michel LE BRETON and Shlomo WEBER. Transfers in a polarized country: bridging the gap between efficiency and stability.

2002/19    
Marc GERMAIN, Philippe TULKENS, Henry TULKENS and Jean-Pascal VAN YPERSELE. Side payments and international cooperation in a regionalised integrated assessment model for climate change.

2002/20    
Luc BAUWENS and Sébastien LAURENT. A new class of multivariate skew densities, with application to GARCH models.

2002/21    
Gaetano BLOISE, Jacques H. DRÈZE and Heracles M. POLEMARCHAKIS. Money and indeterminacy over an infinite horizon.

2002/22    
David DE LA CROIX and Matthias DOEPKE. Public versus private education when differential fertility matters.

2002/23    
David VEREDAS, Juan RODRIGUEZ-POO and Antoni ESPASA. On the (intradaily) seasonality and dynamics of a financial point process: a semiparametric approach.

2002/24    
Bernard LEJEUNE. A diagnostic m-test for distributional specification of parametric conditional heteroscedasticity models for financial data.

2002/25    
Antoine BILLOT and Jacques-François THISSE. How to share when context matters: the Möbius value as a generalized solution for cooperative games.

2002/26    
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Didier LAUSSEL and Nathalie SONNAC. Attitudes toward advertising and price competition in the press industry.

2002/27    
Pierre M. PICARD, Jacques-François THISSE and Eric TOULEMONDE. Economic geography and the role of profits.

2002/28    
Jérôme POUYET and Vincent VEROUDEN. Antitrust enforcement policy and markets interaction: targeted or concerted interventions?

2002/29    
Paul BELLEFLAMME and Jean HINDRIKS. Yardstick competition and political agency problems.

2002/30    
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, David DE LA CROIX and Omar LICANDRO. Early mortality declines at the dawn of modern growth.

2002/31    
Susana PERALTA and Tanguy VAN YPERSELE. Capital tax competition among an arbitrary number of asymmetric countries.

2002/32    
Susana PERALTA and Tanguy VAN YPERSELE. Coordination of capital taxation among asymmetric countries.

2002/33    
Victor GINSBURGH and Jan C. van OURS. Expert opinion and compensation: evidence from a musical competition.

2002/34    
Pierre CARTIGNY and Philippe MICHEL. On the selection of one feedback Nash equilibrium in discounted linear-quadratic games.

2002/35    
Antoine BILLOT and Jacques-François THISSE. Stochastic rationality and Möbius inverse.

2002/36    
Jonathan HAMILTON and Pierre PESTIEAU. Optimal income taxation and the ability distribution: implications for migration equilibria.

2002/37    
Eugène DURENARD and David VEREDAS. Macro surprises and short-term behaviour in bond futures.

2002/38    
Pierre GIOT. The information content of implied volatility in agricultural commodity markets.

2002/39    
François BOLDRON. Commodity taxation with non linear pricing oligopoly.

2002/40    
Luc CHAMPARNAUD, Victor GINSBURGH and Philippe MICHEL. Can cultural education crowd out arts subsidization?

2002/41    
Victor GINSBURGH and Israël ZANG. The museum pass game and its value.

2002/42    
Martin BESFAMILLE and Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR. Construction of facilities under asymmetric information: do constitutions matter?

2002/43    
Anna RUBINCHIK-PESSACH. Why are some taxes "more equal than others"?

2002/44    
Luisito BERTINELLI and Duncan BLACK. Urbanization and growth.

2002/45    
Stefano DEMICHELIS and Amrita DHILLON. Learning in elections and voter turnout.

2002/46    
Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR. Optimal age specific income taxation.

2002/47    
Effrosyni DIAMANTOUDI and Licun XUE. Coalitions, agreements and efficiency.

2002/48    
Claude D'ASPREMONT, Jacques CREMER and Louis-André GÉRARD-VARET. Balanced Bayesian mechanisms.

2002/49    
Philippe MICHEL and Pierre PESTIEAU. Fiscal policy with agents differing in altruism and in ability.

2002/50    
Pierre GIOT. Implied volatility indices as leading indicators of stock index returns?

2002/51    
Philippe MICHEL. Economic growth with gifts in the family.

2002/52    
Maurice MARCHAND, Pierre PESTIEAU and Motohiro SATO. Can partial fiscal coordination be welfare worsening? A model of tax competition.

2002/53    
Salvador BARRIOS, Luisito BERTINELLI and Eric STROBL. Coagglomeration and growth.

2002/54    
Pierre GIOT and Joachim GRAMMIG. How large is liquidity risk in a automated auction market?

2002/55    
Cuong LE VAN and Yiannis VAILAKIS. Recursive utility and optimal growth with bounded or unbounded returns?

2002/56    
Alan KIRMAN and Gilles TEYSSIÈRE. Microeconomic models for long-memory in the volatility of financial time series.

2002/57    
Liudas GIRAITIS, Piotr KOKOSZKA, Remigijus LEIPUS and Gilles TEYSSIÈRE. On the power of R/S-type tests under contiguous and semi long memory alternatives.

2002/58    
Costas AZARIADIS and David DE LA CROIX. Growth or equality? Losers and gainers from financial reform.

2002/59    
Philippe MICHEL and Pierre PESTIEAU. Wealth transfer taxation with both accidental and planned bequests.

2002/60    
Alan KIRMAN and Gilles TEYSSIÈRE. Bubbles and long-range dependence in asset prices volatilities.

2002/61    
Effrosyni DIAMANTOUDI and Eftichios S. SARTZEKIS. International environmental agreements - The role of foresight.

2002/62    
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Didier LAUSSEL and Nathalie SONNAC. Network effects in the press and advertising industries.

2002/63    
Geoffroy DE CLIPPEL and Enrico MINELLI. Two-person bargaining with verifiable information.

2002/64    
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Didier LAUSSEL and Nathalie SONNAC. Concentration in the press industry and the theory of the "circulation spiral".

2002/65    
Piotr KOKOSZKA and Gilles TEYSSIERE. Change-point detection in GARCH models: asymptotic and bootstrap tests.

2002/66    
Salvatore MODICA. Asset trading with informed price makers.

2002/67    
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Fernando DEL RIO and Omar LICANDRO. Obsolescence and modernization in the growth process.

2002/68    
Yves SMEERS. Market incompleteness in regional electricity transmission. Part I: the forward market.

2002/69    
Frederic H. MURPHY and Yves SMEERS. Generation capacity expansion in imperfectly competitive restructured electricity markets.

2002/70    
Pierre M. PICARD and Eric TOULEMONDE. Endogenous qualifications and firms' agglomeration.

2002/71    
Barbara CRESTI. Welfare improving barter in imperfect competition.

2002/72    
Ori HAIMANKO, Michel LE BRETON and Shlomo WEBER. On efficiency and sustainability in a collective decision-making problem with heterogeneous agents.

2002/73    
Salvador BARRIOS and Juan José DE LUCIO. Economic integration and regional business cycles: evidence from the Iberian regions.

2002/74    
Rabah AMIR. Impact-adjusted citations as a measure of journal quality.

2002/75    
Martin MEIER. Finitely additive beliefs and universal type spaces.

2002/76    
Emanuele BACCHIEGA. Wage bargaining and vertical differentiation.

2002/77    
Yves SMEERS. Market incompleteness in regional electricity transmission. Part II: the forward and real time markets.

2002/78    
Pierre DEHEZ, Jacques H. DREZE and Takashi SUZUKI. Imperfect competiton à la Negishi, also with fixed costs.

 


 

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