DP 2005

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2005/1       
Thierry BRECHET and Stéphane LAMBRECHT. Puzzling over sustainability: an equilibrium analysis.

2005/2    
Ines LINDNER. Preference aggregation versus truth-tracking: asymptotic properties of a related story.

2005/3    
André DE PALMA and Stef PROOST. Imperfect competition and congestion in the city.

2005/4    
Malika HAMADI, Erick RENGIFO and Diego SALZMAN. Illusionary finance and trading behavior.

2005/5    
Victor GINSBURGH, Patrick LEGROS and Nicolas SAHUGUET. How to win twice at an auction. On the incidence of commissions in auction markets.

2005/6    
Victor GINSBURGH and Abdul NOURY. Cultural voting. The Eurovision Song Contest.

2005/7    
Victor GINSBURGH and Israel ZANG. Bundling by competitors and the sharing of profits.

2005/8    
Paolo COLLA. A market microstructure rationale for the S&P game.

2005/9    
Kristian BEHRENS and Jacques-François THISSE. Regional inequality and product variety.

2005/10    
Pierre GIOT and Mikael PETITJEAN. Dynamic asset allocation between stocks and bonds using the Bond-Equity Yield Ratio.

2005/11    
Helena BELTRAN, Pierre GIOT and Joachim GRAMMIG. Commonalities in the order book.

2005/12    
Helena BELTRAN, Alain DURRÉ and Pierre GIOT. Volatility regimes and the provision of liquidity in order book markets.

2005/13    
Pierre GIOT and Armin SCHWIENBACHER. IPOs, trade sales and liquidations: modelling venture capital exits using survival analysis.

2005/14    
Takaaki TAKAHASHI. Economic geography and endogenous determination of transportation technology.

2005/15    
Denis CLAUDE and Jean HINDRIKS. Strategic privatization and regulation policy in mixed markets.

2005/16    
Pierre M. PICARD and Eric TOULEMONDE. On monopolistic competition and optimal product diversity: a comment on cost structure and workers' rents.

2005/17    
Yasusada MURATA and Jacques-François THISSE. A simple model of economic geography à la Helpman-Tabuchi.

2005/18    
Claude D'ASPREMONT and Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA. Oligopolistic competition as a common agency game.

2005/19    
Alessandro FEDELE. Moral hazard in financial markets: Inefficient equilibria and monetary policies.

2005/20    
Robert J. AUMANN and Jacques H. DREZE. Assessing strategic risk.

2005/21    
Robert J. AUMANN and Jacques H. DREZE. When all is said and done, how should you play and what should you expect?

2005/22    
Parkash CHANDER. Repetitive risk aversion.

2005/23    
Marc GERMAIN, Alphonse MAGNUS and Vincent VAN STEENBERGUE. Should developing countries participate in the Clean Development Mechanism under the Kyoto Protocol? The low-hanging fruits and baseline issues.

2005/24    
Anna BOGOMOLNAIA, Michel LE BRETON, Alexei SAVVATEEV and Shlomo WEBER. The egalitarian sharing rule in provision of public projects.

2005/25    
Arie PREMINGER and Raphael FRANCK. Forecasting exchange rates: a robust regression approach.

2005/26    
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, David DE LA CROIX and Dominique PEETERS. Early literacy achievements, population density and the transition to modern growth.

2005/27    
Stéphane LAMBRECHT, Philippe MICHEL and Emmanuel THIBAULT. Capital accumulation and fiscal policy in an OLG model with family altruism.

2005/28    
Frederic MURPHY and Yves SMEERS. Forward markets may not decrease market power when capacities are endogenous.

2005/29    
Lennart F. HOOGERHEIDE, Johan F. KAASHOEK and Herman K. VAN DIJK. On the shape of posterior densities and credible sets in instrumental variable regression models with reduced rank: an application of flexible sampling methods using neural networks.

2005/30    
Yves SMEERS. Long term locational prices and investment incentives in the transmission of electricity.

2005/31    
Andrea ATTAR, Eloisa CAMPIONI and Gwenaël PIASER. Multiple lending and constrained efficiency in the credit market.

2005/32    
Anna BOGOMOLNAIA, Michel LE BRETON, Alexei SAVVATEEV and Shlomo WEBER. Stability of jurisdiction structures under the equal share and median rules.

2005/33    
Kristian BEHRENS and Yasusada MURATA. General equilibrium models of monopolistic competition: CRRA versus CARA.

2005/34    
Axel GAUTIER. Network financing with two-part and single tariff.

2005/35    
Ori HAIMANKO, Michel LE BRETON and Shlomo WEBER. The stability threshold and two facets of polarization.

2005/36    
Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Market integration and strike activity.

2005/37    
Steven GABRIEL and Yves SMEERS. Complementarity problems in restructured natural gas markets.

2005/38    
Alexei SAVVATEEV and Oded STARK. An evolutionary explanation for the propensity to migrate.

2005/39    
Veronika GRIMM, Jaromir KOVARIK and Giovanni PONTI. Fixed price plus rationing: an experiment.

2005/40    
Huasheng SONG and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. International R&D collaboration networks.

2005/41    
Ana MAULEON, Jose SEMPERE-MONERRIS and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Networks of manufacturers and retailers

2005/42    
Thierry BRECHET, Stéphane LAMBRECHT and Fabien PRIEUR. Intergenerational transfers of pollution rights and growth.

2005/43    
Laurence A. WOLSEY. Lot-sizing with production and delivery time windows.

2005/44    
Klaus DESMET, Ignacio ORTUNO-ORTIN and Shlomo WEBER. Peripheral diversity and redistribution.

2005/45    
Antonio TESORIERE. Endogenous R&D symmetry in linear duopoly with one-way spillovers.

2005/46    
Jean HINDRIKS and Ben LOCKWOOD. Decentralization and electoral accountability: incentives, separation, and voter welfare.

2005/47    
Yves POCHET, Mathieu VAN VYVE and Laurence A. WOLSEY. LS-LIB: a library of reformulations, cut separation algorithms and primal heuristics in a high-level modeling language for solving MIP production planning problems.

2005/48    
Jean-François RICHARD, Henry TULKENS and Magali VERDONCK. Tax interaction dynamics among Belgian municipalities, 1984-1997.

2005/49    
Fernanda ESTEVAN and Jean-Marie BALAND. Mortality risks and child labor.

2005/50    
Yves SMEERS. How well can one measure market power in restructured electricity systems?

2005/51    
Rabah AMIR and Malgorzata KNAUFF. Ranking economics departments worldwide on the basis of PhD placement.

2005/52    
Debasis MISHRA and David C. PARKES. Ascending price Vickrey auctions for general valuations.

2005/53    
Debasis MISHRA and Bharath RANGARAJAN. Cost sharing in a job scheduling problem.

2005/54    
Giuseppe DE FEO and Jean HINDRIKS. Efficiency of competition in insurance markets with adverse selection.

2005/55    
Kristian BEHRENS, Andrea R. LAMORGESE, Gianmarco I.P. OTTAVIANO and Takatoshi TABUCHI. Testing the 'home market effect' in a multi-country world.

2005/56    
Anna RUBINCHIK-PESSACH and Shlomo WEBER. Balance of power and divergence of policies in a model of electoral competition.

2005/57    
Ruslan SADYKOV. A branch-and-check algorithm for minimizing the sum of the weights of the late jobs on a single machine with release dates.

2005/58    
Luc BAUWENS, Dagfinn RIME and Genero SUCARRAT. Exchange rate volatility and the mixture of distribution hypothesis.

2005/59    
Andrea SILVESTRINI and David VEREDAS. Temporal aggregation of univariate linear time series models.

2005/60    
Olivier BOCHET. Implementation of the Walrasian correspondence: the boundary problem.

2005/61    
Yasuhiro SATO and Jacques-François THISSE. Competing for capital when labor is heterogeneous.

2005/62    
Michele CONFORTI and Laurence WOLSEY. Compact formulations as a union of polyhedra.

2005/63    
Olivier BOCHET. Switching from complete to incomplete information.

2005/64    
Marc GERMAIN and Alphonse MAGNUS. Prices versus quantities: stock pollution control with repeated choice of the instrument.

2005/65    
Kristian BEHRENS and Pierre M. PICARD. Welfare, home market effects, and horizontal foreign direct investment.

2005/66    
Paolo COLLA, Marc GERMAIN and Vincent VAN STEENBERGHE. Environmental policy and speculation on markets for emission permits.

2005/67    
Yu. NESTEROV. Primal-dual subgradient methods for convex problems.

2005/68    
Yu. NESTEROV. Accelerating the cubic regularization of Newton's method on convex problems.

2005/69    
Yu. NESTEROV. Performance of trigonometric generating functions on some combinatorial problems.

2005/70    
Shoshana ANILY, Michal TZUR and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Multi-item lot -sizing with a joint set-up cost.

2005/71    
Emmanuele BACCHIEGA and Antonio MINNITI. Location in a vertically differentiated industry.

2005/72    
Olivier BOCHET. Nash implementation with lottery mechanisms.

2005/73    
Arie PREMINGER and Shinichi SAKATA. A model selection method for S-estimation.

2005/74    
Stéphane LAMBRECHT. Maintaining environmental quality for overlapping generations: some reflections on the US sky trust initiative.

2005/75    
Claude D'ASPREMONT. Formal welfarism and intergenerational equity.

2005/76    
Marc GERMAIN and Vincent VAN STEENBERGHE. Innovation under taxes versus permits: how a commonly made assumption leads to misleading policy recommendations.

2005/77    
Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO and John E. ROEMER. Impartiality, priority, and solidarity in the theory of justice.

2005/78    
Ines LINDNER. Voting games with abstention: a probabilistic characterization of power and a special case of Penrose's Limit Theorem.

2005/79    
Yu. NESTEROV. Minimizing functions with bounded variation of subgradients.

2005/80    
Catherine FRAIKIN, Yu. NESTEROV and Paul VAN DOOREN. Correlation between two projected matrices under isometry constraints.

2005/81    
Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO and John E. ROEMER. Objectivity, priority, and the veil of ignorance.

2005/82    
Holger GORG, Pierre PICARD and Eric STROBL. Contracting out and labor demand elasticities.

2005/83    
Paul BELLEFLAMME and Pierre PICARD. Piracy and competition.

2005/84    
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Paolo P. GARELLA and Nathalie SONNAC. Newspapers' market shares and the theory of the circulation spiral.

2005/85    
Luc BAUWENS and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. Bayesian inference for the mixed conditional heteroskedasticity model.

2005/86    
Antonio TESORIERE. Endogenous firm asymmetry and cooperative R&D in linear duopoly with spillovers.

2005/87    
Andrew J. MILLER, Debasis MISHRA and Dharmaraj VEERAMANI. Mechanism design for multiple item procurement using a distributed ellipsoid algorithm.

2005/88    
Simon P. ANDERSON and Jean J. GABSZEWICZ. The media and advertising: a table of two-sided markets.

2005/89    
Saltuk OZERTURK. Stock recommendation of an analyst who trades on own account.

2005/90    
Jacques H. DREZE. Nested identification of subjective probabilities.

2005/91    
Kristian BEHRENS and Pierre M. PICARD. Tax competition, location, and horizontal foreign direct investment.

2005/92    
Michele CONFORTI, Marco DI SUMMA and Laurence WOLSEY. The mixing set with flows.

2005/93    
Jean HINDRIKS, Susana PERALTA and Shlomo WEBER. Fiscal competition, revenue sharing, and policy-induced agglomeration.

2005/94    
Falilou FALL. Endogenous persistent inequality.

2005/95    
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Filomena GARCIA. A note on expanding networks and monopoly pricing.

2005/96    
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Filomena GARCIA. Quality improvement and network externalities.

 


 

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