DP 2003

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2003/1
Quentin LOUVEAUX and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Lifting, superadditivity, mixed integer rounding and single node flow sets revisited.

2003/2
Philippe DE DONDER and Jean HINDRIKS. Majority support for progressive income taxation with corner preferences.

2003/3
Christian HAFNER and Jeroen ROMBOUTS. Semiparametric multivariate GARCH models.

2003/4
Charles FIGUIERES and Magali VERDONCK. On the core of an economy with multilateral and multidimensional environment externalities.

2003/5
Salvador BARRIOS, Luisito BERTINELLI and Eric STROBL. Multinationals and local indigenous development.

2003/6
Gwenaël PIASER. Labor mobility and income tax competition.

2003/7
Mathieu VAN VYVE. Algorithms for single item constant capacity lotsizing problems.

2003/8
Philippe MICHEL. Public debt and limited altruism: is Ricardian equivalence possible if altruism is limited?

2003/9
Lajos HOVATH, Piotr KOKOSZKA and Gilles TEYSSIÈRE. Bootstrap misspecification tests for ARCH based on the empirical process of squared residuals.

2003/10
Claude D'ASPREMONT, Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA and Louis-André GÉRARD-VARET. Competition for market share or for market size: oligopolistic equilibria with varying competitive toughness.

2003/11
Luc BAUWENS, Fausto GALLI and Pierre GIOT. The moments of Log-ACD models.

2003/12
Yu. NESTEROV. Smooth minimization of non-smooth functions.

2003/13
Yu. NESTEROV. Characteristic functions of directed graphs and applications to stochastic equilibrium problems.

2003/14
Mathieu VAN VYVE and Francisco ORTEGA. Lot-sizing with fixed charges on stocks: the convex hull.

2003/15
Giordano MION. Spatial externalities and empirical analysis: the case of Italy.

2003/16
Gianmarco OTTAVIANO and Jacques-François THISSE. Agglomeration and economic geography.

2003/17
Salvador BARRIOS, Holger GORG and Eric STROBL. Multinationals' location choice, agglomeration economies and public incentives.

2003/18
Maurice MARCHAND, Pierre PESTIEAU and Maria del Mar RACIONERO. Optimal redistribution when different workers are indistinguishable.

2003/19
Maurice MARCHAND, Philippe MICHEL, Oliver PADDISON and Pierre PESTIEAU. Optimal education subsidy and taxes in an endogenous growth model with human capital.

2003/20
Steve DOBSON, Carlyn RAMLOGAN and Eric STROBL. Why do rates of convergence differ? A meta-regression analysis.

2003/21
Robin BOADWAY, Maurice MARCHAND and Motohiro SATO. An optimal contract approach to hospital financing.

2003/22
Pierre M. PICARD and Dao-Zhi ZENG. Agricultural sector and industrial agglomeration.

2003/23
Andrea MANTOVANI and Giordano MION. Advertising and endogenous exit in a differentiated duopoly.

2003/24
Luciano G. GRECO. Optimal grants under asymmetric information: federalism versus devolution.

2003/25
Andréas HEINEN and Erick RENGIFO. Multivariate modelling of time series count data: an autoregressive conditional poisson model.

2003/26
Gilles TEYSSIÈRE. Interaction models for common long-range dependence in asset price volatilities.

2003/27
Pierre GIOT. The information content of implied volatility indexes for forecasting volatility and market risk.

2003/28
Pierre GIOT and Sébastien LAURENT. Market risk in commodity markets: a VaR approach.

2003/29
Luc BAUWENS, Walid BEN OMRANE and Pierre GIOT. News announcements, market activity and volatility in the Euro/Dollar foreign exchange market.

2003/30
Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Intergenerational transfer of human capital and optimal education policy.

2003/31
Luc BAUWENS, Sébastien LAURENT and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. Multivariate GARCH models: a survey.

2003/32
Simon P. ANDERSON and André DE PALMA. Price dispersion.

2003/33
Olivier GOSSNER and Tristan TOMALA. Entropy and codification in repeated games with imperfect monitoring.

2003/34
Yvan HACHEZ and Yurii NESTEROV. Optimization problems over non-negative polynomials with interpolation constraints.

2003/35
Yurii NESTEROV. Excessive gap technique in non-smooth convex minimization.

2003/36
Salvador BARRIOS, Luisito BERTINELLI and Eric STROBL. Geographic concentration and establishment scale: can panel data tell us more ?

2003/37
Axel GAUTIER and Minipushpak MITRA. Financing infrastructure under budget constraints.

2003/38
Rabah AMIR, Effrosyni DIAMANTOUDI and Licun XUE. Merger performance under uncertain efficiency gains.

2003/39
Sylvie CHARLOT, Carl GAIGNÉ, Frédéric ROBERT-NICOUD and Jacques-François THISSE. Agglomeration and welfare: the core-periphery model in the light of Bentham, Kaldor, and Rawls.

2003/40
Luisito BERTINELLI. Does urbanization always foster human capital accumulation?

2003/41
Yurii NESTEROV and Boris POLYAK. Cubic regularization of a Newton scheme and its global performance.

2003/42
Daniel DE WOLF. Using column generation to solve an industrial mixing problem.

2003/43
Salvador BARRIOS and Eric STROBL. Industry mobility and geographic concentration in the European Union.

2003/44
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Didier LAUSSEL. Increasing returns, entrepreneurship and imperfect competition.

2003/45
Claude D'ASPREMONT, Jacques CRÉMER and Louis-André GÉRARD-VARET. Correlation, independence, and Bayesian incentives.

2003/46
Parkash CHANDER. The g-core and coalition formation.

2003/47
Aviad HEIFETZ, Chris SHANNON and Yossi SPIEGEL. What to maximize if you must.

2003/48
Aviad HEIFETZ and Elle SEGEV. Escalation and delay in protracted international conflicts.

2003/49
Anindya BHATTACHARYA and Abderrahmane ZIAD. On conservative stable standard of behaviour in situations with perfect foresight.

2003/50
Luc BAUWENS, Alan KIRMAN, Michel LUBRANO and Camelia PROTOPOPESCU. Ranking economics departments in Europe: a statistical approach.

2003/51
Yu. NESTEROV and Arkadi NEMIROVSKI. Central path and Riemannian distances.

2003/52
Aviad HEIFETZ. The positive foundation of the common prior assumption.

2003/53
Helena BELTRAN LOPEZ and Alain DURRÉ. The determinants of consumer confidence: the case of the United States and Belgium.

2003/54
Lionel ARTIGE, Carmen CAMACHO and David DE LA CROIX. Wealth breeds decline: reversals of leadership and consumption habits.

2003/55
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Cagri SAGLAM and Thomas VALLÉE. Technology adoption under embodiment: a two-stage optimal control approach.

2003/56
Geoffroy DE CLIPPEL. Invariance with respect to re-evaluations of coalitional power.

2003/57
Matthias DAHM and Nicolas PORTEIRO. The political economy of interest groups: pressure and information.

2003/58
David DE LA CROIX and Frédéric DOCQUIER. Diverging patterns of education premium and school attendance in France and the US: a Walrasian view.

2003/59
Etienne LOUTE. Gaussian elimination as a computational paradigm.

2003/60
Takatoshi TABUCHI and Jacques-François THISSE. Regional specialization, urban hierarchy, and commuting costs.

2003/61
Salvador BARRIOS, Luisito BERTINELLI and Eric STROBL. Dry times in Africa: Rainfall and Africa's growth performance.

2003/62
Andréas HEINEN. Modelling time series count data: an Autoregressive Conditional Poisson model.

2003/63
Alain JOUSTEN, Barbara LIPSZYC, Maurice MARCHAND and Pierre PESTIEAU. Long-term care insurance and optimal taxation for altruistic children.

2003/64
Philippe DE DONDER and Jean HINDRIKS. Policy-oriented parties and the choice between social and private insurance.

2003/65
Rabah AMIR. Market structure, scale economies and industry performance.

2003/66
Rabah AMIR and Val LAMBSON. Entry, exit, and imperfect competition in the long run.

2003/67
Salvador BARRIOS, Luisito BERTINELLI, Eric STROBL and Antinio TEIXEIRA. Agglomeration economies and the location of industries: a comparison of three small European countries.

2003/68
Yu. NESTEROV. Dual extrapolation and its applications for solving variational inequalities and related problems.

2003/69
Andréa ATTAR. Financial contracting along the business cycle.

2003/70
Walid BEN OMRANE and Andréas HEINEN. The response of individual FX dealers' quoting activity to macroeconomic news announcements.

2003/71
Yu. NESTEROV. Random walk in a simplex and quadratic optimization over convex polytopes.

2003/72
Susana PERALTA, Xavier WAUTHY and Tanguy VAN YPERSELE. Should countries control international profit shifting ?

2003/73
Christian M. HAFNER and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. Estimation of temporally aggregated multivariate GARCH models.

2003/74
Masahisa FUJITA and Jacques-François THISSE. Globalization and the evolution of the supply chain: who gains and who loses?

2003/75
Eric STROBL and Frank WALSH. Estimating the shirking model with variable effort.

2003/76
Luisito BERTINELLI and Eric STROBL. Urbanization, urban concentration and economic growth in developing countries.

2003/77
Vincenzo GALASSO and Paola PROFETA. Lessons for an aging society: the political sustainability of social security systems.

2003/78
Pierre GIOT. The Asian financial crisis: the start of a regime switch in volatility.

2003/79
Eric STROBL and Frank WALSH. Dealing with monopsony power: the case for using employment subsidies.

2003/80
Raouf BOUCEKKINE and Patricia CRIFO. Human capital accumulation and the transition from specialization to multi-tasking.

2003/81
Ruslan SADYKOV and Laurence WOLSEY. Integer programming and constraint programming in solving a multi-machine assignment scheduling problem with deadlines and release dates.

2003/82
David DE LA CROIX and Matthias DOEPKE. To segregate or to integrate: education politics and democracy.

2003/83
Cuong LE VAN and Cagri SAGLAM. Optimal growth models and the Lagrange Multipliers.

2003/84
Axel GAUTIER and Manipushpak MITRA. Regulation of an open access essential facility.

2003/85
Jacques H. DRÈZE and P. Jean-Jacques HERINGS. Sequentially complete markets remain incomplete.

2003/86
Yu. NESTEROV. Modified Gauss-Newton scheme with worst-case guarantees for its global performance.

2003/87
Luc BAUWENS and Jeroen ROMBOUTS. Bayesian clustering of many GARCH models.

2003/88
Johan EYCKMANS and Michael FINUS. Coalition formation in a global warming game: how the design of protocols affects the success of environmental treaty-making.

2003/89
Paula GONZALEZ. The "gatekeeping" role of General Practitioners. Does patients' information matter ?

2003/90
Michel MOUCHART and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. Clustered panel data models: an efficient approach for nowcasting from poor data.

2003/91
Miren LAFOURCADE and Giordano MION. Concentration, spatial clustering and the size of plants: disentangling the sources of co-location externalities.

2003/92
Michel MOUCHART and Marie VANDRESSE. A measure of market imperfection by frontier analysis.

2003/93
Enrico MINELLI and Salvatore MODICA. Credit market failures and policy.

2003/94
Jesus T. PASTOR, Knox LOVELL and Henry TULKENS. Evaluating the financial performance of bank branches.

2003/95
Masahisa FUJITA and Shlomo WEBER. Strategic immigration policies and welfare in heterogeneous countries.

2003/96
Yu. NESTEROV. Unconstrained convex minimization in relative scale.

2003/97
Vincent D. BLONDEL and Yu. NESTEROV. Fast and precise approximations of the joint spectral radius.

2003/98
Vincent VAN STEENBERGHE. CO2 abatement costs and permits price: exploring the impact of banking and the role of future commitments.

2003/99
Rabah AMIR, Igor V. EVSTIGNEEV, Thorsten HENS and Klaus Reiner SCHENK-HOPPÉ. Market selection and survival of investment strategies.

2003/100
André DE PALMA and Karim KILANI. (Un)conditional distribution of compensating variation in discrete choice models.

2003/101
Pierre M. PICARD and Takatoshi TABUCHI. Natural agglomeration.

2003/102
Andrea ATTAR, Dipjiyoti MAJUMDAR, Gwenaël PIASER and Nicolàs PORTEIRO. Common agency games with separable preferences.

2003/103
Luc BAUWENS and Nikolaus HAUTSCH. Dynamic latent factor models for intensity processes.

2003/104
Rabah AMIR. Supermodularity and complementarity in economics: an elementary survey.

 


 

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