CORE Discussion Papers 2020

2020/28
Paul Belleflamme and Nicolas Neysen
A multisided value proposition canvas for digital platforms

2020/27
Paul Belleflamme, Martin Peitz and Eric Toulemonde
The tension between market shares and profit under platform competition

2020/26
Victor Ginsburgh, Sergio Perelman and Pierre Pestieau
Populism and social polarization in European democracies

2020/25
Yurii Nesterov
Online analysis of epidemics with variable infection rate

2020/24
Paul Belleflamme and Martin Peitz. Network goods, price discrimination, and two-sided platforms

2020/23
Nikita Doikov and Yurii Nesterov. Convex optimization based on global lower second-order models

2020/22
Yurii Nesterov
Online prediction of COVID19 dynamics. Belgian case study

2020/21
Simon Fan, Yu Pang and Pierre Pestieau
Nature versus nurture in social mobility under private and public education systems

2020/20
Julio Davila
Bequests or education

2020/19
Ana Mauleon, Simon Schopohl, Akylai Taalaibekova and Vincent Vannetelbosch
Coordination on networks with farsighted and myopic agents

2020/18
Chenghong Luo, Ana Mauleon and Vincent Vannetelbosch
Coalition-proof stable networks

2020/17
Chenghong Luo, Ana Mauleon and Vincent Vannetelbosch
Segregation versus assimilation in friendship networks with farsighted and myopic agents

2020/16
Antoine Germain et Jean Hindriks
L'inflation est-elle inégale en Belgique ?

2020/15
Sergey Kichko, Wen-Jung Liang, Chao-Chen Mai, Jacques-François Thisse and Ping Wang
The rise (and fall) of science parks

2020/14
Jean Hindriks and Mattéo Godin. Quelles sont les écoles de la chance : une analyse empirique internationale.

2020/13
Anton Rodomanov and Yurii Nesterov. New results on superlinear convergence of classical quasi-Newton methods.

2020/12
Jean Hindriks and Valerio Serse. The incidence of VAT reforms in electricity markets: Evidence from Belgium.

2020/11
Anton Rodomanov and Yurii Nesterov. Rates of superlinear convergence for classical quasi-Newton methods.

2020/10
Yurii Nesterov. Inexact high-order proximal-point methods with auxiliary search procedure.

2020/09
Claude d'Aspremont and Rodolphe Dos Santos Ferreira. Exploiting separability in a multisectoral model of oligopolistic competition.

2020/08
Yurii Nesterov. Inexact accelerated high-order proximal-point methods.

2020/07
Yurii Nesterov. Superfast second-order methods for unconstrained convex optimization.

2020/06
Anton Rodomanov and Yurii Nesterov. Greedy quasi-Newton methods with explicit superlinear convergence.

2020/05
Yuki Takayama, Kiyohiro Ikeda and Jacques-François Thisse. Stability and sustainability of urban systems under commuting and transportation costs.

2020/04
Arno Baurin and Jean Hindriks. Pension financing and individual retirement account.

2020/03
Michel Mouchart, Renzo Orsi and Guillaume Wunsch. Causality in econometric modeling. From theory to structural causal modeling.

2020/02
Nicolas Boccard and Axel Gautier. Solar rebound: The unintended consequences of subsidies.

2020/01
Axel Gautier and Joe Lamesch. Mergers in the digital economy.