DP 2006

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2006/1
Kristian BEHRENS and Yasuhiro SATO. Labor market integration and migration: Impacts on skill formation and the wage structure.

2006/2
Noemi NAVARRO. Asymmetric information, word-of-mouth and social networks: from the market for lemons to efficiency.

2006/3
Parkash CHANDER and Henry TULKENS. Cooperation, stability and self-enforcement in international environmental agreements: a conceptual discussion.

2006/4
Sergio O. PARREIRAS and Anna RUBINCHIK-PESSACH. Contests with heterogeneous agents.

2006/5
David CRAINICH, Hervé LELEU and Ana MAULEON. The optimality of hospital financing system: the role of physician-manager interactions.

2006/6
Ingmar SCHUMACHER and Benteng ZOU. Habit in pollution. A challenge for intergenerational equity.

2006/7
Anna BOGOMOLNAIA, Michel LE BRETON, Alexei SAVVATEEV and Shlomo WEBER. Stability under unanimous consent, free mobility and core.

2006/8
Rabah AMIR, Filomena GARCIA and Malgorzata KNAUFF. Endogenous heterogeneity in strategic models: symmetry-breaking via strategic substitutes and nonconcavities.

2006/9
Saltuk OZERTURK. Hedge markets for executives and corporate agency.

2006/10
Luc BAUWENS, Walid BEN OMRANE and Erick RENGIFO. Intra-daily FX optimal portfolio allocation.

2006/11
Luc BAUWENS, Arie PREMINGER and Jeroen ROMBOUTS. Regime switching GARCH models.

2006/12
Luc BAUWENS, Christian HAFNER and Jeroen ROMBOUTS. Multivariate mixed normal conditional heteroskedasticity.

2006/13
Michel BAES. Smoothing techniques in Euclidean Jordan algebras.

2006/14
Paul BELLEFLAMME and Cecilia VERGARI. Incentives to innovate in oligopolies.

2006/15
Helmuth CREMER, Firouz GAHVARI and Pierre PESTIEAU. Pensions with heterogenous individuals and endogenous fertility.

2006/16
Helmuth CREMER, Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR and Pierre PESTIEAU. Disability testing and retirement.

2006/17
Helmuth CREMER, Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR and Pierre PESTIEAU. Social desirability of earnings tests.

2006/18
Helmut CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Piracy prevention and the pricing of information goods.

2006/19
Helmuth CREMER, Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR and Pierre PESTIEAU. Social security and retirement decision: A positive and normative approach.

2006/20
Gani ALDASHEV. Political information acquisition for social exchange.

2006/21
Luc BAUWENS and Genaro SUCCARAT. General to specific modelling of exchange rate volatility: a forecast evaluation.

2006/22
Thierry BRECHET and Stéphane LAMBRECHT. Intertemporal equilibrium with a resource bequest motive.

2006/23
Jakub GROWIEC. Fertility choice and semi-endogenous growth: where Becker meets Jones.

2006/24
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, David DE LA CROIX and Omar LICANDRO. Vintage capital.

2006/25
Jean-Pierre FLORENS, Jan JOHANNES and Sébastien VAN BELLEGEM. Instrumental regression in partially linear models.

2006/26
Roland Iwan LUTTENS and Erwin OOGHE. Is it fair to 'make work pay'?

2006/27
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Fernando DEL RIO and Blanca MARTINEZ. Technological progress, obsolescence and depreciation.

2006/28
Yu. NESTEROV. Towards nonsymmetric conic optimization.

2006/29
David CRAINICH, Hervé LELEU and Ana MAULEON. Hospital's activity-based financing system and manager-physician interaction.

2006/30
Yu. NESTEROV. Constructing self-concordant barriers for convex cones.

2006/31
Paula GONZALEZ, Jean HINDRIKS, Ben LOCKWOOD and Nicolas PORTEIRO. Political budget cycles and fiscal decentralization.

2006/32
Philippe DE DONDER and Jean HINDRIKS. Does propitious selection explain why riskier people buy less insurance?

2006/33
Philippe DE DONDER and Jean HINDRIKS. Equilibrium social insurance with policy-motivated parties.

2006/34
Yu. NESTEROV. Nonsymmetric potential-reduction methods for general cones.

2006/35
Thierry BRECHET and Stéphane LAMBRECHT. Family altruism with a renewable resource and population growth.

2006/36
Anna BOGOMOLNAIA, Michel LE BRETON, Alexei SAVVATEEV and Shlomo WEBER. Heterogeneity gap in stable jurisdiction structures.

2006/37
Malgorzata KNAUFF. Market transparency and Bertrand competition.

2006/38
Hylke VANDENBUSSCHE and Maurizio ZANARDI. The global chilling effects of antidumping proliferation.

2006/39
Yu. NESTEROV. Cubic regularization of Newton's method for convex problems with constraints.

2006/40
Thierry BRECHET and Pierre-André JOUVET. Environmental innovation and the cost of pollution abatement.

2006/41
Françoise FORGES. Correlated equilibrium in games with incomplete information revisited.

2006/42
Arie PREMINGER and Christian M. HAFNER. Deciding between GARCH and stochastic volatility via strong decision rules.

2006/43
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Skerdilajda ZANAJ. Upstream market foreclosure.

2006/44
Marco DI SUMMA and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Lot-sizing on a tree.

2006/45
David DE LA CROIX and Alessandro SOMMACAL. A theory of medicine effectiveness, differential mortality, income inequality and growth for pre-industrial England.

2006/46
Salvador BARRIOS, Luisito BERTINELLI and Eric STROBL. Climatic change and rural-urban migration: the case of sub-Saharan Africa.

2006/47
Helmuth CREMER, Philippe DE DONDER, Dario MALDONADO and Pierre PESTIEAU. Designing a linear pension scheme with forced savings and wage heterogeneity.

2006/48
Tanguy ISAAC. Information revelation in markets with pairwise meetings: dynamic case with constant entry flow.

2006/49
Kristian BEHRENS and Yasusada MURATA. Gains from trade and efficiency under monopolistic competition: a variable elasticity case.

2006/50
Luc BAUWENS and Michel LUBRANO. Bayesian inference in dynamic disequilibrium models: an application to the Polish credit market.

2006/51
Jacques DREZE with Fernanda ESTEVAN. Research and higher education in economics: can we deliver the Lisbon objectives?

2006/52
Luisito BERTINELLI, Eric STROBL and Benteng ZOU. Polluting technologies and sustainable economic development.

2006/53
Ana MAULEON, Huasheng SONG and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Networks of free trade agreements among heterogeneous countries.

2006/54
Pierre PESTIEAU, Gregory PONTHIERE and Motohiro SATO. Longevity and Pay-as-you-Go pensions.

2006/55
Pierre M. PICARD and Dao-Zhi ZENG. Industrial location: a synthesis of Chamberlin and Ricardo.

2006/56
Jakub GROWIEC. A new class of production functions and an argument against purely labor-augmenting technical change.

2006/57
Luisito BERTINELLI, Eric STROBL and Benteng ZOU. Sustainable economic development and the environment: theory and evidence.

2006/58
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Blanca MARTINEZ and Cagri SAGLAM. Capital maintenance Vs technology adoption under embodied technical progress.

2006/59
Paul BELLEFLAMME and Francis BLOCH. Sustainable collusion on separate markets.

2006/60
Pierre M. PICARD and David E. WILDASIN. Labor market pooling, outsourcing and contracts in Chamberlinian regions.

2006/61
Massimo DEL GATTO, Giordano MION and Gianmarco I.P. OTTAVIANO. Trade integration, firm selection and the costs of non-Europe.

2006/62
Carmen HERRERO, Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO and Giovanni PONTI. On the adjudication of conflicting claims: an experimental study.

2006/63
Jakub GROWIEC and Ingmar SCHUMACHER. On technical change in the elasticities of resource inputs.

2006/64
David DE LA CROIX, Thomas LINDH and Bo MALMBERG. Growth and longevity from the industrial revolution to the future of an aging society.

2006/65
Francis BLOCH and Axel GAUTIER. Access pricing and entry in the postal sector.

2006/66
Carmen HERRERO and Ricardo MARTINEZ. Balanced allocation methods for claims problems with indivisibilities.

2006/67
Antonio COSMA and Fausto GALLI. A nonparametric ACD model.

2006/68
Arie PREMINGER and Giuseppe STORTI. A GARCH (1,1) estimator with (almost) no moment conditions on the error term.

2006/69
Simone MORICONI and Yasuhiro SATO. International commodity taxation in the presence of unemployment.

2006/70
Helmuth CREMER, Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR and Pierre PESTIEAU. Desirable misuse of unemployment benefits: the economics of ``Canada Dry" retirement.

2006/71
Christian M. HAFNER and Arie PREMINGER. Asymptotic theory for a factor GARCH model.

2006/72
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Carmen CAMACHO and Benteng ZOU. Bridging the gap between growth theory and the new economic geography: the spatial Ramsey model.

2006/73
Pierre PESTIEAU and Uri POSSEN. Prodigality and myopia. Two rationales for social security.

2006/74
Pierre PESTIEAU and Motohiro SATO. Limiting the number of charities.

2006/75
Biung-Ghi JU and Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. Progressivity, inequality reduction and merging-proofness in taxation.

2006/76
Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. The proportional rule for multi-issue brankruptcy problems.

2006/77
Laura CORONEO and David VEREDAS. Intradaily seasonality of returns distribution. A quantile regression approach and intradaily VaR estimation.

2006/78
Mika MEITZ and Pentti SAIKKONEN. Stability of nonlinear AR-GARCH models.

2006/79
Helmuth CREMER, Philippe DE DONDER, Dario MALDONADO and Pierre PESTIEAU. Voting over type and generosity of a pension system when some individuals are myopic.

2006/80
Luc BAUWENS and Nikolaus HAUTSCH. Modelling financial high frequency data using point processes.

2006/81
David DE LA CROIX and Axel GOSSERIES. Population policy through tradable procreation entitlements.

2006/82
Genaro SUCARRAT. The first stage in Hendry's reduction theory revisited.

2006/83
Guillaume R. FRECHETTE, François MANIQUET and Massimo MORELLI. Incumbents' interests, voters' bias and gender quotas.  

2006/84
Olivier BOCHET and François MANIQUET. Virtual Nash implementation with admissible support.  

2006/85
Taoufik BOUEZMARNI and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. Nonparametric density estimation for positive time series.  

2006/86
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Didier LAUSSEL and Nathalie SONNAC. Advertising and competitive access pricing to internet services or pay-TV.  

2006/87
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Didier LAUSSEL and Nathalie SONNAC. Advertising and the rise of the free daily newspapers.  

2006/88
Pierre GIOT and Mikael PETITJEAN. International stock return predictability: statistical evidence and economic significance.  

2006/89
Pierre GIOT and Mikael PETITJEAN. The information content of the Bond-Equity Yield Ratio: better than a random walk?  

2006/90
Pierre GIOT and Mikael PETITJEAN. Short-term market timing using the Bond-Equity Yield Ratio.

2006/91
Jean-François MERTENS and Anna RUBINCHIK. Intergenerational equity and the discount rate for cost-benefit analysis.  

2006/92
Jean-Jacques HERINGS, Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Farsightedly stable networks.  

2006/93
Antonio TESORIERE. Endogenous timing with free entry.  

2006/94
Paul BELLEFLAMME and Martin PEITZ. Intermediation and investment incentives.  

2006/95
Klaus DESMET, Michel LE BRETON, Ignacio ORTUNO-ORTIN and Shlomo WEBER. Nation formation and genetic diversity.  

2006/96
Luca PANACCIONE. Inefficiency of competitive equilibrium with hidden action and financial markets.  

2006/97
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Skerdilajda ZANAJ. Competition in successive markets: entry and mergers.  

2006/98
David DE LA CROIX and Axel GOSSERIES. Procreation, migration and tradable quotas.  

2006/99
Giordano MION and Paolo NATICCHIONI. The spatial sorting and matching of skills and firms.  

2006/100
Maria Eugenia SANIN. Market design in wholesale electricity markets.  

2006/101
David DE LA CROIX and Clara DELAVALLADE. Growth, public investment and corruption with failing institutions.

2006/102
Renaud BEAUPAIN, Pierre GIOT and Mikael PETITJEAN. Market-wide liquidity co-movements, volatility regimes and market cap sizes.  

2006/103
Ingmar SCHUMACHER. On optimality, endogenous discounting and wealth accumulation.  

2006/104
Ingmar SCHUMACHER. Endegeneous discounting via wealth, twin-peaks and the role of technology.  

2006/105
Thierry BRECHET and Henry TULKENS. From BAT (best available technique) to BCAT (best combination of available techniques).

2006/106
David DE LA CROIX, Gregory DE WALQUE and Rafael WOUTERS. Dynamics and monetary policy in a fair wage model of the business cycle.  

2006/107
Yu. NESTEROV and Laura SCRIMALI. Solving strongly monotone variational and quasi-variational inequalities.  

2006/108
Laura SCRIMALI. A quasi-variational inequality approach to the financial equilibrium problem.  

2006/109
Jean HINDRIKS, Susana PERALTA and Shlomo WEBER. Competing in taxes and investment under fiscal equalization.  

2006/110
Roberto PASCUAL and David VEREDAS. Does the open limit order book matter in explaining long run volatility?  

2006/111
Jacques H. DREZE, Charles FIGUIERES and Jean HINDRIKS. Voluntary matching grants can forestall social dumping.  

2006/112
René GARCIA, Eric RENAULT and David VEREDAS. Estimation of stable distributions by indirect inference.  

2006/113
Bruno DE BORGER, Fay DUNKERLEY and Stef PROOST. The interaction between tolls and capacity investment in serial and parallel transport networks.  

2006/114
Kristian BEHRENS and Alain PHOLO BALA. Do rent-seeking and interregional transfers contribute to urban primacy in sub-Saharan Africa?  

2006/115
Pierre DEHEZ. Fixed costs and the axiomatization of Shapley's sharing rule.  

2006/116
Sarah PARLANE and Yann MENIERE. Licensing a standard: fixed fee versus royalty.  

2006/117
Michele CONFORTI, Marco DI SUMMA, Fritz EISENBRAND and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Network formulations of mixed-integer programs.  

2006/118
Taoufik BOUEZMARNI and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. Density and hazard rate estimation for censored and a-mixing data using gamma kernels.

 


 

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