Reprints 3100-1

3000.
Ion Necoara, Yurii Nesterov and François Glineur. Linear convergence of first order methods for non-strongly convex optimization. Mathematical Programming A, 175, 69, 107, 2019.

2999.
Paul Belleflamme and Dimitri Paolini. Strategic attractiveness and release decisions for cultural goods. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 28, 198-224, 2019.

2998.
Paul Belleflamme and Martin Peitz. Managing competition on a two-sided platform. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 28, 5-22, 2019.

2997.
Frederic Murphy, Axel Pierru and Yves Smeers. Measuring the effects of price controls using mixed complementarity models. European Journal of Operational Research, 275, 666-676, 2019.

2996.
Hélène Le Cadre, Ilyès Mezghani and Anthony Papavasiliou. A game-theoretic analysis of transmission-distribution system operator coordination. European Journal of Operational Research, 274, 317-339, 2019.

2995.
Axel Gautier et Julien Jacqmin. Une nouvelle tarification des réseaux pour favoriser la transition énergétique. Regards Economiques, 145, 2019.

2994.
André Capéau, Laurens Cherchye, Koen Decancq, André Decoster, Bram De Rock, François Maniquet, Annemie Nys, Guillaume Périlleux, Eve Ramaekers, Zoé Rongé, Erik Schokkaert et Frédéric Vermeulen. En faut-il peu pour être heureux ? Conditions de vie, bonheur et bien-être en Belgique. Regards Economiques, 144, 2019.

2993.
Kristof De Vos, Nicolas Stevens, Olivier Devolder, Anthony Papavasiliou,  Bob Hebb and James Matthys-Donnadieu. Dynamic dimensioning approach for operations reserves: Proof of concept in Belgium. Energy Policy, 124, 272-285, 2019.

2992.
Yurii Nesterov. Complexity bounds for primal-dual methods minimizing the model of objective function. Mathematical Programming Series A, 171, 311-330, 2018.

2991.
Axel Gautier, Brieuc Hoet, Julien Jacqmin and Sarah Van Driessche. Self-consumption choice of residential PV Owners under net-metering. Energy Policy, 128, 648-653, 2019.

2990.
Christophe Profeta and Frédéric Vrins. Piecewise constant martingales and lazy clocks. Probability, Uncertainty and Quantitative Risk, 4:2, 2019.

2989.
Biung-Ghi Ju, Juan D. Moreno-Ternero. Entitlement theory of justice and end-state fairness in the allocation of goods. Economics and Philosophy, 34, 317-341, 2018.

2988.
Vincenzo Carraieri, Leonardo Madio and Francesco Principe. Light cannabis and organized crime: Evidence from (unintended) liberalization in Italy. European Economic Review, 2019.

2987.
Clintin P. Davis-Stober, Jean-Paul Doignon, Samuel Fiorini, François Glineur and Michel Regenwetter.  Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 87, 1-10, 2018.

2986.
Frédéric Vrins. Bannissement des produits dérivés : la bonne affaire ? Regards Economiques, 142, 2018.

2985.
Yukai Yang and Luc Bauwens. State-space models on the Stiefel Manifold with a new approach to nonlinear filtering. Econometrics, 6(48), 2018.

2984.
Cheikh Mbaye and Frédéric Vrins. A surbordinated CIR intensity model with application to wrong-way risk CVA. International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Finance, 21(7), 2018.

2983.
Antonis Demos and Dimitra Kyriakopoulou. Finite-sample theory and bias correction of maximum likelihood estimators in the EGARCH model. Journal of Time Series Econometrics, 2018.

2982.
Arnaud Adam, Jean-Charles Delvenne and Isabelle Thomas. Detecting communities with the multi-scale method: Robustness test on the metropolitan area of Brussels. Journal of Geographical Systems, 2018.

2981.
Philippe Chevalier et Frédéric Vrins. Jeux de hasard en Belgique: la modélisation mathématique au service die la transparence. In G. Schamps and A. Strowel (eds.), Droit des jeux de hasard, Bruxelles, Larcier, 199-216, 2018.

2980.
Frédéric Vrins. Sampling the multivariate standard normal distribution under a weighted sum constraint. Risks, 6(64), 2018.

2979.
Marc Fleurbaey and François Maniquet. Optimal income taxation theory and principles of fairness. Journal of Economic Literature, 56(3), 1029-1079, 2018.

2978.
Fahmeh Shamsaei, Claudio Telha and Mathieu Van Vyve. On the on-line maintenance scheduling problem. Optimization Letters, 12, 287-397, 2018.

2977.
Mehdi Madani and Mathieu Van Vyve. Revisiting minimum profit conditions in uniform rice day-ahead electricity auctions. European Journal of Operational Research, 266, 1075-1085, 2018.

2976.
Andreu Arenas and Clément Malgouyres. Countercyclical school attainment and intergenerational mobility. Labour Economics, 53, 97-111, 2018.

2975.
Adrien B. Taylor, Julien M. Hendrickx and François Glineur. Exact worst-case convergence rates of the proximal gradient method for composite convex minimization. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, 178, 455-476, 2018.

2974.
Arnaud Vandaele, François Glineur and Nicolas Gillis. Algorithms for possible semidefinite factorization. Computational Optimization and Applications, 71, 193-219, 2018.

2973.
Yurii Nesterov and Vladimir Shikhman. Dual subgradient method with averaging for optimal resource allocation. European Journal of Operational Research, 270, 907-916, 2018.

2972.
Yurii Nesterov and Vladimir Shikhman. Computation of Fisher-Gale equilibrium by auction. Journal of Operations Research Society of China, 6, 349-389, 2018.

2971.
Olivier Finance. Trajectoires d'intégration des villes françaises dans les réseaux économiques et financiers des firmes transnationales étrangères. Annales de Géographie, 718, 754-781, 2017.

2970.
Pasquale Commendatore, Ingrid Kublin and Pascal Mossay. On the new economic geography of a multicone world . Review of International Economics, 26, 539-554, 2018.

2969.
Julio Davila. Internalizing fertility and education externalities on capital returns. Economic Theory, 66, 343-373, 2018.

2968.
Daniele Catanzaro, Steven Chaplick, Stefan Felsner, Bjarni V. Halldorsson, Magnus M. Halldorsson, Thomas, Hixon and Juraj Stacho. Max point-tolerance graphs. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 216, 84-97, 2017.

2967.
Jacques H. Drèze. Subjective expected utility with state-dependent but action/observation-independent preferences.Risks, 6(30), 2018.

2966.
Mikhail Iskakov, Alexey Iskakov and Claude d'Aspremont. Games for cautious players: The equilibrium in secure strategies. Games and Economic Behavior, 28(1), 110, 58-70, 2018.

2965.
Haihao Lu, Robert M. Freund and Yurii Nesterov. Relatively smooth convex optimization by first-order methods, and applications. SIAM Journal on Optimization, 28(1), 333-354, 2018.

2964.
Arnaud Adam, Julien Charlier, Marc Debuissson, Jean-Paul Duprez, Isabelle Reginster and Isabelle Thomas. Bassins résidentiels en Belgique: Deux méthodes, une réalité ? L'espace géographique, 47, 35-50, 2018.

2963.
Justina Klimaviciute and Pierre Pestieau. Long-term care social insurance: How to avoid big losses? International Tax and Public Finance, 25, 99-139, 2018.

2962.
Mathieu Lefèbvre, Pierre Pestieau and Gregory Ponthiere. FGT old-age poverty measures and the mortality paradox: Theory and evidence. Review of Income and Wealth, 64(2), 428-458, 2018.

2961.
Justina Klimaviciute and Pierre Pestieau. The public economics of long-term care. A survey of recent contributions. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 89(1), 49-64, 2018.

2960.
Erik Schokkaert and Tom Truyts. Preferences for redistribution and social structure. Social Choice and Welfare, 49, 545-576, 2017.

2959.
Ignacio Aravena, Anthony Papavasiliou and Alex Papalexopoulos. A distributed computing architecture for the large-scale integration of renewable enery and distributed resources in smart grids. Chapter 3 in W.-J. Hwang (ed.), Recent Progress in Parallel and Distributed Computing, Rjecha: IntechOpen, 21-43, 2017.

2958.
Christian M. Hafner, Hans Manner and Léopold Simar. The "wrong skewness" problem in stochastic frontier models: A new approach. Econometrics Reviews, 37(4), 380-400, 2018.

2657.
Anne-Laure Samson, Erik Schokkaert, Clémence Thébaut and Brigitte Dormont. Fairness in cost-benefit analysis: A methodology for health technology assessment. Health Economics, 27, 102-114, 2018.

2956.
Vladimir Shikhman, Yurii Nesterov and Victor Ginsburgh. Power method tâtonnements for Cobb-Douglas economies. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 75, 84-92, 2018.

2955.
Cristina Pardo-Garcia and Jose J. Sempere-Monerris. Mixed provision of health care services with double coverage. Journal of Economics, 123, 49-70, 2018.

2954.
Helmuth Cremer and Pierre Pestieau. Means-tested long-term care and family transfers. German Economic Review, 19(3), 351-364, 2018.

2953.
Erik Schokkaert, Pierre Devolder, Jean Hindriks and Frank Vandenbroucke. Towards an equitable and sustainable points sytem. A proposal for pension reform in Belgium. Journal of Pension Economics & Finance, 2018.

2952.
Pierre Devolder et Jean Hindriks. La pension à points : 5 principes pour plus d'équité dans les régimes de pension en Belgique. Regards Economiques, n° 139, 2018.

2951.
Mattéo Godin and Jean Hindriks. An international comparison of school systems based on social mobility. Economie et Statistique/Economics and Statistics, n° 499, 61-78, 2018.

2950.
Claude d'Aspremont and Rodolphe Dos Santos Ferreira. The Dixit-Stiglitz economy with a 'small group' of firms: A simple and robust equilibrium markup formula. Research in Economics, 71(4), 729-739, 2017.

2949.
Damiano Brigo and Frédéric Vrins. Disentangling wrong-way risk: Pricing credit valuation adjustment via change of measures. European Journal of Operations Research, 269, 1154-1164, 2018.

2948.
Guillaume Wunsch, Michel Mouchart and Federica Russo. Causal attribution in block-recursive social systems: A structural modeling perspective. Methodological Innovations, 11(1), 2018.

2947.
Joris Beckers, Isabelle Thomas, Thomas Vanoutrive and Ann Verhetsel. Logistics clusters, including inter-firm relations through community detection. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure, 18(2), 178-195, 2018.

2646.
Isabelle Thomas, Arnaud Adam and Ann Verhetsel. Migration and commuting interactions fields: A new geography with community detection algorithm? Belgeo, Revue belge de géographie, 4/2017.

2945.
Axel Gautier, Julien Jacqmin and Jean-Christophe Poudou. The prosumers and the grid. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 53(1), 100-126, 2018.

2944.
Axel Gautier and Nicolas Petit. Optimal enforcement of competition policy: The commitments procedure under uncertainty. European Journal of Law and Economics, 45(2), 195-224, 2018.

2943.
Anthony Papavasiliou, Yuting Mou, Léopold Cambier and Damien Scieur. Application of stochastic dual dynamic programming to the real-time dispatch of storage under renewable supply uncertainty. IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, 9(2), 547-558, 2018.

2942.
Monique Jeanblanc and Frédéric Vrins. Conic martingales from stochastic integrals. Mathematical Finance, 28, 516-535, 2018.

2941.
Marc Fleurbaey and François Maniquet. Inequality-averse well-being measurement. International Journal of Economic Theory, 14, 35-50, 2018.

2940
Claudia Hupkau and François Maniquet. Identity, non-take-up and welfare conditionality. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 147, 13-27, 2018.

2939.
Tanja Mlinar and Philippe Chevalier. Dynamic admission control for two customer classes with stochastic demands and strict due dates. International Journal of Production Research, 54(20), 6156–6173, 2016.

2938.
Alejandro Lamas and Philippe Chevalier. Joint dynamic pricing and lot-sizing under competition. European Journal of Operations Research, 266, 864-876, 2018.
 

2937.
Nicolas Debarsy, Cyrille Dossougoin, Cem Ertur, Jean-Yves Gnabo. Measuring sovereign risk spillovers and assessing the role of transmission channels: A spatial econometrics approach. Journal of Economic  Dynamics & Control, 87, 21-45, 2018.

2936.
Paul Belleflamme and Nicolas Neysen. The rise and fall of take eat easy, or why markets are not easy to take in the sharing economy. In A. Henten, D. Lesco, J.P. Simon and B. Soria, The Sharing Economy: Myths and Realities. DigiWorld Economic Journal 108(4), 59-76, 2017.

2935.
Ana Mauleon, Nils Roehl and Vincent Vannetelbosch. Constitutions and groups. Games and Economic Behavior, 107, 135-152, 2018.>

2934.
Nathan Lassance and Frédéric Vrins. A comparison of pricing and hedging performances of equity derivatives models. Applied Economics, 50(10), 1122-1137, 2018.

2933.
Arnaud Adam, Jean-Charles Delvenne and Isabelle Thomas. Cartography of interaction fields in and around Brussels: Commuting, moves and telephone calls. Brussels Studies [online], General Collection, n° 118, 2017.

2932.
Ignacio Aravena and Anthony Papavasiliou. Renewable energy integration in zonal markets. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 32(2), 1334-1349, 2017.

2931.
Per J. Agrell, Johan Lundin and Andreas Norrman. Supply chain management: Horizontal carrier coordination through cooperative governance structures. International Journal of Production Economics, 194, 59–72, 2017.

2930.
Martin Gueuning, Renaud Lambiotte and Jean-Charles Delvenne. Bactraking and mixing rate of diffusion on uncorrelated temporal networks. Entropy, 19, article 542, 2017.

2929.
Simone Martelli, Greet Janssens-Maenhout, Paolo Paruolo, Thierry Bréchet, Eric Strobl, Diego Guizzardi, Alessandro K. Cerutti and Andreea Iancu. Do voters support local commitments for climate change mitigation in Italy? Ecological Economics, 144, 27-35, 2017.

2928.
Justina Klimaviciute, Sergio Perelman, Pierre Pestieau and Jerome Schoenmaeckers. Caring for dependent parents: Altruism, exchange or family norm? Journal of Population Economics, 30, 835-873, 2017.

2927.
Antoine Dedry, Harun Onder and Pierre Pestieau. Aging, social security design and capital accumulation. The Journal of the Economics of Ageing, 9, 147-155, 2017.

2926.
Pierre Pestieau and Gregory Ponthiere. Optimal fertility under age-dependent labour productivity. Journal of Population Economics, 30, 621-646, 2017.

2925.
Helmuth Cremer, Firouz Gahvari and Pierre Pestieau. Uncertain altruism and the provision of long term care. Journal of Public Economics, 151, 12-24, 2017.

2924.
Luc Bauwens and Edoardo Otranto. Modeling the dependence of conditional correlations on market volatility. Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, 34(2), 254-268, 2016.

2923.
Luc Bauwens, Manuela Braione and Giuseppe Storti. Forecasting comparison of long term component dynamic models for realized covariance matrices. Annals of Economics and Statistics, 123/124, 103-154, 2016.

2922.
Frédéric Vrins. Wrong-way risk CVA models with analytical EPE profiles under Gaussian exposure dynamics. International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Finance, 20(7), 2017.

2921.
Bart Jourquin et Sabine Limbourg. De nouveaux terminaux à conteneurs en Belgique : hasard ou nécessité ? Reflets et Perspectives de la Vie Economique, 56, 89-99, 2017.

2920.
Sunil Chopra, Bartosz Filipecki, Kangbok Lee, Minseok Ryu, Sangho Shim and Mathieu Van Vyve. An extended formulation of the convex recoloring problem on a tree. Mathematical Programming Series A, 165, 529-548, 2017.

2919.
Mathieu Parenti, Alexander V. Sidorov, Jacques-François Thisse and Evgeny V. Zhelobodko. Cournot, Bertrand or Chamberlin: Toward a reconciliation. International Journal of Economic Theory, 13, 29-45, 2017.

2918.
Etienne de Klerk, François Glineur and Adrien B. Taylor. On the worst-case complexity of the gradient method with exact line search for smooth strongly convex functions. Optimization Letters, 11(7), 1185-1199, 2017.

2917.
Christian M. Hafner and Arie Preminger. On asymptotic theory for ARCH(∞) models. Journal of Time Series Analysis, 38, 85-879, 2017.

2916.
Juan D. Moreno-Ternero and Lars Peter Osterdal. A normative foundation for equity-sensitive health evaluation: The role of relative comparison of health gains. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 19, 1009-1025, 2017.

2915.
Haris Aziz, Jens Leth Hougaard, Juan D. Moreno-Ternero and Lars Peter Osterdal. Computational aspects of assigning agents to a line. Mathematical Social Sciences, 90, 93-99, 2017.

2914.
Juan D. Moreno-Ternero. A Talmudic approach to bankruptcy problems. In D. Mueller and R. Trost (eds.), Game Theory in Management Accounting. Springer, 2017, p. 267-285.

2913.
Biung-Ghi Ju and Juan D. Moreno Ternero. Fair allocation of disputed properties. International Economic Review, 58(4), 1279-1301, 2017.

2912.
Per J. Agrell and Peter Bogetoft. Regulatory benchmarking: Models, analyses and applications. Data Envelopment Analysis Journal, 3, 49-91, 2017.

2911.
Frederic Murphy, Axel Pierru and Yves Smeers. A tutorial on building policy models as mixed-complementarity problems. Interfaces, 46(6), 465-481, 2016.

2910.
Marc Fleurbaey and François Maniquet. Fairness and well-being measurement. Mathematical Social Sciences, 90, 119-126, 2017.

2909.
Ibrahim Abada, Gauthier de Maere d'Aertrycke and Yves Smeers. On the multiplicity of solutions in generation capacity investment models with incomplete markets: a risk-averse stochastic equilibrium approach. Mathematical Programming Series B, 165, 5-69, 2017.

2908.
Ibrahim Abada, Andreas Ehrenmann and Yves Smeers. Modeling gas markets with endogenous long-term contracts. Operations Research, 65(4), 856-877, 2017.

2907.
Isabelle Thomas, Jonathan Jones, Geoffrey Caruso and Philippe Gerber. City delineation in European applications of LUTI models: Review and tests. Transport Reviews, 38(1), 6-32, 2018.

2906.
Francis Bloch and Axel Gautier. Strategic bypass deterrence. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 52, 189-210, 2017.

2905.
Marion Collewet and Jan Sauermann. Working hours and productivity. Labour Economics, 47, 96-106, 2017.

2904.
Daniel De Wolf. Mathematical properties of formulations of the gas transmission problem. Tehnicki Glasnik/Technical Journal, 11(3), 133-137, 2017.

2903.
Julio Davila. Output externalities on total factor productivity. Macroeconomic Dynamics, 12(6), 1389-1452, 2017.

2902.
Pierre Dehez. On Harsanyi dividends and asymmetric values. International Game Theory Review, 19(3), 2017.

2901.
Masashige Hamano and Pierre M. Picard. Extensive and intensive margins and exchange rate regimes. Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'économique, 50(3), 804-837, 2017.

2900.
Anthony PAPAVASILIOU and Yves SMEERS. Remuneration of flexibility using operating reserve demand curves: a case study of Belgium. The Energy Journal, 38(6), 105-135, 2017.

2899.
Dimitri PAOLINI, Pasquale PISTONE, Giuseppe PULINA and Martin ZAGLER. European Journal of Law and Economics, 42(3), 383-404, 2016.

2898.
Mélanie BIRKE, Sébastien VAN BELLEGEM and Ingrid VAN KEILEGOM. Semi-parametric estimation in a single-index model with endogenous variables. Scandinavian Journal of Statistics. Theory and Applications, 44, 168-191, 2017.

2897.
Moïra MIKOLAJCZAK and Sébastien VAN BELLEGEM. Increasing emotional intelligence to decrease healthcare expenditure: how profitable would it be? Personality and individual differences, 116, 343-347, 2017.

2896.
Fahimeh SHAMSAEI and Mathieu VAN VYVE. Solving integrated production and condition-based maintenance planning problems by MIP modeling. Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal, 29, 184-202, 2017.

2895.
Abdelrahaman ALY and Mathieu VAN VYVE. Practically efficient secure single-commodity multi-market auctions.  In J. Grossklags and B. Preneel (eds.), Financial Criptography and Data Security: 20th International Conference, FC 2016, Christ Church, Barbados, February 22–26, 2016, Revised Selected Papers. Berlin: Springer, 110-129, 2017.

2894.
Yurii NESTEROV and Vladimir SHIKHMAN. Algorithmic principle of least revenue for finding market equilibria. In  B. Goldengorin (ed.), Optimization and its Applications in Control and Data Sciences,  Springer Optimization and its Applications 115, 381-435, 2016.

2893.
Martion COLLEWET, Andries de GRIP and Jaap de KONING. Conspicuous work: peer working time, labour supply, and happiness. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 68, 79-90, 2017.

2892.
Thierry MAYER, Florian MAYNERIS and Loriane LY. The impact of urban enterprise zones on establishment location decisions and labor market outcomes: evidence from France. Journal of Economic Geography, 17, 709-752, 2017.

2891.
Erik SCHOKKAERT. Putting inequality in context. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 17(3), 429-433, 2016.

2890.
Michael T. SCHAUB and Jean-Charles DELVENNE. The many facets of community detection in complex networks. Applied Network Science, 2:4, 2017.

2889.
Jean-Charles DELVENE and Henrik SANDBERG. Dissipative open systems theory as a foundation for the thermodynamics of linear systems. Philosophical Transactions A, 375:20160218, 2017.

2888.
Michael T. SCHAUB, Maguy TREFOIS, Paul VAN DOOREN and Jean-Charles DELVENNE. Sparse matrix factorizations for fast linear solvers with application to Laplacian systems. SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications, 38(2), 505-529, 2017.

2887.
Herbert MANGESIUS, Jean-Charles DELVENNE and Sanjoy K. MITTER. Gradient and passive circuit structure in a class of non-linear dynamics on a graph. Systems & Control Letters, 96, 30-36, 2016.

2886.
Michael T. SCHAUB, Neave O'CLERY, Yazan N. BILLEH, Jean-Charles DELVENNE, Renaud LAMBIOTTE and Mauricio BARAHONA. Graph partitions and cluster synchronization in networks of oscillators. Chaos, 26:094821, 2016.

2885.
Paul CASTANEDA DOWER, Victor GINSBURGH and Shlomo WEBER. Colonial legacy, polarization and linguistic disenfranchisement: the case of the Sri Lankan War. Journal of Development Economics, 127, 440-448, 2017.

2884.
Carl GAIGNE, Stéphane RIOU and Jacques-François THISSE. How to make the metropolitan area work? Neither big government, nor laissez-faire. Journal of Public Economics, 134, 100-113, 2016.

2883.
Jinil HAN and Anthony PAPAVASILIOU. The impacts of transmission topology control on the European electricity network. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 31(1), 496-507, 2016.

2882.
Christian M. HAFNER and Alexandre LAUWERS. An augmented Taylor rule for the Federal Reserve's response to asset prices. International Journal of Computational Economics and Econometrics.

2881.
Christian M. HAFNER and Oliver LINTON. An almost closed form estimator for the EGARCH model. Econometric Theory, 33, 1013-1038, 2017.

2880.
Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Per J. AGRELL, Madjid TAVANA and Pegah KHOSHNEVIS. A flexible cross-efficiency fuzzy data envelopment analysis model for sustainable sourcing. Journal of Cleaner Production, 142, 2761-2779, 2017.

2879.
Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Per J. AGRELL, Hirofumi FUKUYAMA, Kobra GHOLAMI and Pegah KHOSHNEVIS. The role of multiplier bounds in fuzzy data envelopment analysis. Annals of Operations Research, 250, 249-276, 2017.

2878.
Yuting MOU, Anthony PAPAVASILIOU and Philippe CHEVALIER. Application of priority service pricing for mobilizing residential demand response in Belgium. 2017 14th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM), 6-9 June 2017, Dresden, Germany.

2877.
Ignacio ARAVENA, Anthony PAPAVASILIOU and Alex PAPALEXOPOULOS. A distributed computing architecture for the large-scale integration of renewable energy and distributed resources in smart grids. In Wei-Jyi Hwang (ed.), Recent Progress in Parallel and Distributed Computing, InTech, 21-43, 2017.

2876.
Maurice Queyranne and Laurence A. Wolsey. Tight MIP formulations for bounded up/down times and interval-dependent start-ups. Mathematical Programming A, 164, 129-155, 2017.

2875.
Adrien B. Taylor, Julien M. Hendrickx and François Glineur. Exact worst-case performance of first-order methods for composite convex optimization. SIAM Journal on Optimization, 27(3), 1283-1313, 2017.

2874.     
Juan A. Mañez, Rafael Moner Colonques, Jose J. Sempere-Monerris and Amparo Urbano. Brand price differentials in retail distribution: product quality and service quality. Applied Economics, 48(59), 5749-5760, 2016.

2873.     
René van den Brink and Juan D.  Moreno-Ternero.  The reverse TAL-family of rules for bankruptcy problems.  Annals of Operations Research, 254, 449-465, 2017.

2872.     
Sébastien Broos, Axel Gautier, Jorge Marcos Ramos and Nicolas Petit. Analyse statistique des affaires d’ententes dans l’UE (2004-2014). Revue Economique, 67, 79-94, 2016.

2871.
Davild de la Croix and Paula E. Gobbi. Population density, fertility, and demographic convergence in developing countries. Journal of Development Economics, 127, 13-24, 2017.

2870.
Thierry Bréchet, Yann Ménière and Pierre M. Picard. The clean development mechanism in a world carbon market. Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue Canadienne d'Economique, 49(4), 1569-1598, 2016.

2869.
Mirjam Schindler, Geoffrey Caruso and Pierre Picard. Equilibrium and first-best city with endogenous exposure to pollution from traffic. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 62, 12-23, 2017.

2868.
Xavier Ramos and Dirk Van de Gaer. Approaches to inequality of opportunity: principles, measures and evidence. Journal of Economic Surveys, 30(5), 855-883, 2016.

2867.
François Maniquet. Opportunities, welfare, and social justice: a review of Fishkin's bottlenecks. Journal of Economic Literature, 55(2), 580-591, 2017.

2866.
Christian M. Hafner, Sébastien Laurent and Francesco Violante. Weak diffusion limits of dynamic conditional correlation models. Econometric Theory, 33, 691-716, 2017.

2865.
Jörg Breitung and Christian M. Hafner. A simple model for now-casting volatility series. International Journal of Forecasting, 32, 1247-1255, 2016.

2864.
Helmuth Cremer, Jean-Marie Lozachmeur and Pierre Pestieau. The design of long term care insurance contracts. Journal of Health Economics, 50, 330-339, 2016.

2863.
Per J. Agrell and Axel Gautier. A theory of soft capture. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 119(3), 571-596, 2017.

2862.
Manuel Herrera, Per J. Agrell, Casiano Manrique-de-Lara-Penate and Lourdes Trujillo. Vessel capacity restrictions in the fleet deployment problem: an application to the Panama Canal. Annals of Operations Research, 253(2), 845-869, 2017.

2861.
P. Jean-Jacques Herings, Ana Mauleon and Vincent Vannetelbsoch. Stable sets in matching problems with coalitional sovereignty path dominance. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 71, 14-19, 2017.

2860.
Thomas Demuynck, Bram de Rock and Victor Ginsburgh. The transfer paradox in welfare space. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 62, 1-4, 2016.

2859.
Axel Cleeremans, Victor Ginsburgh, Olivier Klein and Abdul Noury. What's in a name? The effect of an artist' s name on aesthetic judgments. Empirical Studies of the Arts, 34(1), 126-139, 2016.

2858.
Victor Ginsburgh, Jacques Melitz and Farid Toubal. Foreign language learning and trade. Review of International Economics, 25(2), 320-361, 2017.

2857.
Grégory Vandenbulcke, Luc Int Panis and Isabelle Thomas. On the location of reported and unreported cycling accidents: a spatial network analysis for Brussels. Cybergeo: European Journal of Geography. Systems, Modelling, Geostatistics. Document 818.

2856.
Naill Bond and Victor Ginsburgh. Language and emotion.  Chapter 8 in V. Ginsburgh and S. Weber (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Economics and Language. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 231-260, 2016.

2855.
Victor Ginsburgh and Shlomo Weber. Linguistic distances and ethnolinguistic fractionalization and disenfranchisement indices. Chapter 5 in V. Ginsburgh and S. Weber (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Economics and Language. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 137-173, 2016.

2854.
Victor Ginsburgh, Juan D. Moreno-Ternero and Shlomo Weber. Ranking languages in the European Union: before and after Brexit. European Economic Review, 93, 139-151, 2017.

2853.
Manuela Braione. A time-varying long run HEAVY model. Statistics and Probability Letters, 119, 36-44, 2016.

2852.
Dunia Lopez-Pintado. Influence networks and public goods. SERIEs: Journal of othe Spanish Economic Association, 8, 97-112, 2017.

2851.
Yurii Nesterov and Vladimir Spokoiny. Random gradient-free minimization of convex functions. Foundations of Computational Mathematics, 17, 527-566, 2017.

2850.
Jean J. Gabszewicz, Marco A. Marini and Ornella Tarola. Vertical differentiation and collusion: pruning or proliferation? Research in Economics, 71, 129-139, 2017.

2849.
Gauthier de Maere d'Aertrycke, Andreas Ehrenmann and Yves Smeers. Investment with incomplete markets for risk: the need for long-term contracts. Energy Policy, 105, 571-583, 2017.

2848.
Gustavo Angulo and Mathieu Van Vyve. Fixed-charge transportation on trees. Operations Research Letters, 45, 275-281, 2017.

2847.
Jean J. Gabszewicz, Marco A. Marini and Ornella Tarola. Core existence in vertically differentiated markets. Economics Letters, 149, 28-32, 2016.

2846.
Geovani N. Grapiglia and Yurii Nesterov. Regularized Newton methods for minimizing functions with Hölder continuous Hessians. SIAM Journal on Optimization, 27(1), 478-506, 2017.

2845.
Yurii Nesterov and Sebastian U. Stich. Efficiency of the accelerated coordinate descent method on structured optimization problems. SIAM Journal on Optimization, 27(1), 110-123, 2017.

2844.
Ion Necoara, Yurii Nesterov and François Glineur. Random block coordinate descent methods for linearly constrained optimization over networks. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, 173, 227-254, 2017.

2843.
Cheikh Mbaye, Gilles Pagès and Frédéric Vrins. An antithetic approach of multilevel Ricardson-Romberg extrapolation estimator for multidimensional SDES. In I. Dimov, I. Farago and L. Vulkov (eds.), Numerical Analysis and its Publications, LNCS 10187, 482-491, 2017.

2842.
Sébastien Broos and Axel Gautier. The exclusion of competing one-way essential complements: implications for net neutrality. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 52, 358-332, 2017.

2841.
Cyrille Médard de Chardon, Geoffrey Caruso and Isabelle Thomas. Bicycle sharing system 'success' determinants. Transportation Research Part A, 100, 202-214, 2017.

2840.
Gilles Grandjean, Ana Mauleon and Vincent Vannetelbosch. Strongly rational sets for normal-form games. Economic Theory Bulletin, 5, 35-46, 2017.

2839.
Koen Decancq, Marc Fleurbaey and Erik Schokkaert. Wellbeing inequality and preference heterogeneity. Economica, 84, 210-238, 2017.

2838.
Kristof Bosmans, Koen Decancq and Erwin Ooghe. What do normative indices of multidimensional inequality really measure? Journal of Public Economics, 130, 94-104, 2015.

2837.
Geoffrey Caruso, Mohamed Hilal and Isabelle Thomas. Measuring urban forms from inter-building distances: Combining MST graphs with a local index of spatial association. Landscape and Urban Planning, 163, 80-89, 2017.

2836.
Luc Bauwens, Jean-François Carpentier and Arnaud Dufays. Autoregressive moving average infinite hidden Markov-switching models. Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, 35(2), 162-182, 2017.

2835.
Laurence A. Wolsey. Erratum: a tight formulation for uncapacitated lot-sizing with stock upper bounds. Mathematical Programming A, 161, 603-609, 2017.

2834.
Per J. Agrell and Peter Bogetoft. Decentralization policies for supply chain investments under asymmetric information. Managerial and Decision Economics, 38, 394-408, 2017.

2833.
Gilles Grandjean, Marco Mantovani, Ana Mauleon and Vincent Vannetelbosch. Communication structure and coalition-proofness: experimental evidence. European Economic Review, 94, 90-102, 2017.

2832.
Yurii Nesterov and Vladimir Shikhman. Distributed price adjustment based on convex analysis. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, 172, 594-622, 2017.

2831.
Michal Kokvara, Yurii Nesterov and Yu Xia. A subgradient method for free material design. SIAM Journal on Optimization, 29(4), 2314-2354, 2016.

2830.
Nicolas Gillis, François Glineur and Arnaud Vandaele. On the linear extension complexity of regular n-gons. Linear Algebra and its Applications, 521, 217-239, 2017.

2829.
Christopher P. Chambers and Juan D. Moreno-Ternero. Taxation and poverty. Social Choice and Welfare, 48(1), 153-175, 2017.

2828.
Jens Leth Hougaard, Juan D. Moreno-Ternero, Mich Tvede and Lars Peter Osterdal. Sharing the proceeds from a hierarchical venture. Games and Economic Behavior, 102, 98-110, 2017.

2827.
Per J. Agrell and Humberto Bréa-Solis. Capturing heterogeneity in electricity distribution operations: a critical review of latent class modelling. Energy Policy, 105, 361-372, 2017.

2826.     
Jonathan Jones, Christophe Cloquet, Arnaud Adam, Adeline Decuyper and Isabelle Thomas. Belgium through the lens of rail travel requests: does geography still matter? Geo Information, 5(11), 216, 2016.

2825.
Gilles Grandjean, Daniela Tellone and Wouter Vergote. Endogenous network formation in a Tullock context. Mathematical Social Sciences, 85, 1-10, 2017.

2824.   
Jonathan Jones, Dominique Peeters and Isabelle Thomas. Scale effect in a LUTI model of Brussels: challenges for policy evaluation. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 17(1), 103-131, 2017.

2823.
François MANIQUET. De chacun selon ses capacités à chacun selon ses besoins, ou (même) plus, s'il le souhaite. Revue économique, 68, 119-129, 2017.

2822.
François MANIQUET. Les contributions de Marc Fleurbaey à l'économie et à la philosophie. Revue économique, 68, 5-12, 2017.

2821.
Philippe DE DONDER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Private, social, and self-insurance for long-term cara in the presence of family help. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 19(1), 18-37, 2017.

2820.
Xavier BRUSSET and Per J. AGRELL. Intrinsic impediments to category captainship collaboration. Journal of Industrial and Management Optimization, 13(1), 113-133, 2017.

2819.
Paul BELLEFLAMME. The economics of digital goods: a progress report. Review of Economic Research on Copyright Issues, 13(2), 1-24, 2016.

2818.
Per J. AGRELL and Peter BOGETOFT. Endogenous common weights as a collusive instrument in frontier-based regulation. Chapter 8 in J. Aparicio et al. (eds.), Advances in Efficiency and Productivity, International Series in Operations Research and Management Science 249, 181-194, 2016.

2817.
Pierre M. PICARD and Tim WORRALL. Is a policy of free movement of workers sustainable? Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 118(4), 718-754, 2016.

2816.
Jacques H. DREZE, Pierre PESTIEAU and Erik SCHOKKAERT. Arrow's theorem of the deductible and long-term care insurance. Economics Letters, 148, 103-105, 2016.

2815.
Jacques H. DREZE. When Borch's theorem does not apply: some key implications of market incompleteness, with relevance today. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 118(4), 755-784, 2016.

2814.
Jacques H. DREZE. Existence and multiplicity of temporary equilibria under nominal price rigidities. Economic Theory, 62(1), 279-298, 2016.

2813.
Adrien B. TAYLOR, Julien M. HENDRICKX and François GLINEUR. Smooth strongly convex interpolation and exact worst-case performance of first-order methods. Mathematical Programming Series A, 161, 307-345, 2017.

2812.
Luc BAUWENS, Manuela BRAIONE and Giuseppe STORTI. A dynamic component model for forecasting high-dimensional realized covariance matrices. Ecoometrics and Statistics, 1, 40-61, 2017.

2811.
Paul BELLEFLAMME and Eric TOULEMONDE. Who benefits from increased competition among sellers on B2C platforms? Research in Economics, 70, 741-751, 2016.

2810.
Paul BELLEFLAMME and Wouter VERGOTE. Monopoly price discrimination and privacy: the hidden cost of hiding. Economics Letters, 149, 141-144, 2016.

2809.
Flaviana PALMISANO and Dirk VAN DE GAER. History-dependent growth incidence: a characterization and an application to the economic crisis in Italy. Oxford Economic Papers, 68(2), 585-603, 2016.

2808.
Mehdi MADANI and Mathieu VAN VYVE. Computationally efficient MIP formulation and algorithms for European day-ahead electricity market auctions. European Journal of Operational Research, 242, 580-593, 2015.

2807.
Claudio TELHA and Mathieu VAN VYVE. Efficient aprpoximation schemes for economic lot-sizing in continuous time. Discrete Optimization, 20, 23-39, 2016.

2806.
Julio DAVILA. The rationality of expectations formation. The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics, 16(2), 515-543, 2016.

2805.
Adrien BLANCHET, Pascal MOSSAY and Filippo SANTAMBROGIO. Existence and uniqueness of equilibrium for a spatial model of social interactions. International Economic Review, 57(1), 31-59, 2016.

2804.
Frédéric VRINS. Characteristic funciton of time-inhomogeneous Lévy-Driven_Ornstein-Uhlenbeck processes. Statistics & Probability Letters, 116, 55-61, 2016.

2803.
Elias CARRONI, Berardino CESI and Dimitri PAOLINI. Local university supply and distance: a welfare analysis with centralized and decentralized tuition fees. Italian Economic Journal, 2(2), 239-252, 2016.

2802.
Miguel JARA, Dimitri PAOLINI and Juan de Dios TENA HORRILLO. Management efficiency in footbal: an empirical analysis of towo extreme cases. Managerial and Decision Economics, 36, 286-298, 2015.

2801.
Gianpiero MELONI, Dimitri PAOLINI and Manuela PULINA. The great beauty: public subsidies in the Italian movie industry. Italian Economic Journal, 1(3), 445-455, 2015.

2800.
Nicolas BOUCKAERT and Erik SCHOKKAERT. Differing types of medical prevention appeal to different individuals. European Journal of Health Economics, 17, 317-337, 2016.

2799.
Erwin OOGHE and Erik SCHOKKAERT. School accountability: can we reward schools and avoid pupil selection? Social Choice and Welfare, 46(2), 359-387, 2016.

2798.
Pilar GARCIA-GOMEZ, Erik SCHOKKAERT, Tom VAN OURTI and Teresa BAGO D'UVA. Inequity in the face of death. Health Economics, 24(10), 1348-1367, 2015.

2797.
Claude d'ASPREMONT and Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA. Oligopolistic vs. monopolistic competition: do intersectoral effects matter? Economic Theory, 62(1), 299-324, 2016.

2796.
Koen DE CANCQ, Marc FLEURBAEY and Erik SCHOKKAERT. Happiness, equivalent incomes and respect for individual preferences. Economica, 82, 1083-1106, 2015.

2795.
Koen DECANCQ and Erik SCHOKKAERT. Beyond GDP: Using equivalent incomes to measure well-being in Europe. Social Indicators Research, 126(1), 21-55, 2016.

2794.
Paul BELLEFLAMME and Julien JACQMIN. An economic appraisal of MOOC platforms: business models and impacts on higher education.  CESifo Economic Studies, 62, 148-169, 2016.

2793.
Paul BELLEFLAMME, Nessrine OMRANI and Martin PEITZ. The economics of crowdfunding platforms. Information Economics and Policy, 33, 11-2!, 2015.

2792.
Yurii NESTEROV and Levent TUNCEL. Local superlinear congergencne of polynomial-time interior-point methods for hyperbolicity cone optimization problems. SIAM Journal on Optimization, 26(1), 139-170, 2016.

2791.
Erik SCHOKKAERT. Equality of opportunity, a flexible framework. Health Economics, 24, 1250-1252, 2015.

2790.
Oscar ALVAREZ-SANJAIME, Pedro CANTOS-SANCHEZ, Rafael MONER-COONQUES and Jose J. SEMPERE-MONERRIS. The impact on port competition of the integration of port and inland transport services. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 80, 291-302, 2015.

2789.
Oscar ALVAREZ-SANJAIME, Pedro CANTOS-SANCHEZ, Rafael MONER-COONQUES and Jose J. SEMPERE-MONERRIS. A model of internal and external competition in a high speed rail line. Economics of Transportation, 4, 178-187, 2015.

2788.
Oscar ALVAREZ-SANJAIME, Pedro CANTOS-SANCHEZ, Rafael MONER-COONQUES and Jose J. SEMPERE-MONERRIS. Rail access charges and internal competition in high speed trains. Transport Policy, 49, 184-195, 2016.

2787.
Cristina PARDO-GARCIA and Jose J. SEMPERE-MONERRIS. Equilibrium mergers in a composite good industry with efficiencies. SERIEs: Journal of Spanish Economic Association, 6(1), 101-127, 2015.

2786.
Pedro MENDI, Rafael MONER-COLONQUES and José J. SEMPERE-MONERRIS. Optimal know-how transfers in licensing contracts. Journal of Economics, 118, 121-139, 2016.

2785.
Maguy TREFOIS and Jean-Charles DELVENNE. Zero forcing number, constrained matchings and strong structural controllability. Linear Algebra and its Applications, 484, 199-218, 2015.

2784.
Martin GUEUNING, Jean-Charles DELVENNE and Renaud LAMBIOTTE. Impertfect spreading on temporal networks. The European Physical Journal B, 88:282, 2015.

2783.
Romain HOLLANDERS, Balazs GERENCSER, Jean-Charles DELVENNE and Raphaël M. JÜNGERS. Improved bound on the worst case complecity of policty iteration. Operations Research Letters, 44, 267-272, 2016

2782.
Thierry BRECHET and Henry TUKLENS. Climate policies: a burden, or a gain? The Energy Journal, 36(3), 155-170, 2015.

2781.
Thierry BRECHET, Natali HRITONENKO and Yuri YATSENKO. Domesmtic environmental policy and international cooperation for global commons. Resource and Energy Economics, 44, 183-205, 2016.

2780.
Paolo MAZZA and Mikael PETITJEAN. On the usefuleness of intraday price ranges to Gauge liquidity in cap-based portfolios. Economic Modelling, 54, 67-81, 2016.

2779.
Daniele CATANZARO and Céline ENGELBEEN. An integer linear programming formulation for the minimum cardinality segmentation problem. Algorithms, 8, 999-1020, 2015.

2778.
Daniele CATANZARO, Stanley E. SCHACKNEY, Alejandro A. SCHÄFFER and Russell SCHWARTZ. Classifying the progression of Ductal Carcinoma from single-cell sampled data via integer linear programming: a case study. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, 13(4), 643-655, 2016.

2777.
Paolo MAZZA and Mikael PETITJEAN. How integrated is the European carbon derivatives market? Finance Research Letters, 15, 18-30, 2015.

2776.
Benoit DECERF and Martin VAN der LINDEN. Fair social orderings with other-regarding preferences. Social Choice and Welfare, 46(3), 655-694, 2016.

2775.
Luc BAUWENS, Lyudmila GRIGORYEVA and Juan-Pablo ORTEGA. Estimation and Empirical Performance of Non-Scalar DCC Models. Computational Statisticcs and Data Analysis, 100, 17-36, 2016.

2774.
Daniele CATANZARO, Steven CHAPLICK, Stefan FELSNER, Bjarni V. HALLDORSSON, Magnus M. HALLDORSSON, Thomas HIXON and Juraj STACHO. Max point-tolerance graphs. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 216, 84-97, 2017.

2773.
Daniele CATANZARO, Luis GOUEIA and Martine LABBE. Improved integer linear programming formulations for the job. Sequencing and tool switching problem. European Journal of Operational Research, 244, 766-777, 2015.

2772.
Christian M. HAFNER and Arie PREMINGER. A note on the Tobit model in the presence of a duration variable. Economics Letters, 126, 47-50, 2015.

2771.
Fabian Y.R.P. BOCART and Christian M. HAFNER.  Volatility of Price Indices for Heterogeneous Goods with Applications to the Fine Art Market. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 30, 291-312, 2015.

2770.
Christian M. HAFNER and Arie PREMINGER. An ARCH Model Without Intercept. Economics Letters, 129, 13-17, 2015.

2769.
Nicolas BOCCARD et Axel GAUTIER. Le Coût de l'Energie Verte en Wallonie. Reflets et perspectives de la vie économique, Tome LIV, 71-85, 2015/1.

2768.
François MANIQUET and Philippe MONGIN. A theorem on aggregating classifications. Mathematical Social Sciences, 79, 6-10, 2016.

2767.
Daniele CATANZARO, Roberto ARINGHIERI, Mardo DI SUMMA and Raffaele PESENTI. A branch-price-and-cut algorithm for the minimum evolution problem. European Journal of Operaitonal Research, 244, 53-765, 2015.

2766.
Per Joachim AGRELL and Axel GAUTIER. A Theory of Soft Capture. The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 2015.

2765.
Axel GAUTIER and Jean-Christophe POUDOU. Reforming the Postal Universal Service. Review of Network Economics, 2015.

2764.
Mathieu PARENTI, Philip USHCHEV and Jacques-François THISSE.  Toward a Theory of Monopolistic Competition. Journal of Economic Theory, Volume 167, 86-115, 2017.

2763.
Andreu ARENAS. Sticky Votes.  Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Volume 132, 12-25, 2016.

2762.
Christian M. HAFNER and Arie PREMINGER. The Effect of Additive Outliers on Fractional Unit Root Tests. AStA Advances of Statistical Analysis, Volume 100, issue 4, 401-420, 2016.

2761.
Michel MOUCHART, Guillaume WUNSCH and Federica RUSSO. Controlling Variables in Social Syqtems - A Structural Modelling Approach.  Bulletin de Méthodologie Sociologique, Volume 132, 5-25, 2016.

2760.
Cyrille MÉDARD DE CHARDON, Geoffrey CARUSO and Isabelle THOMAS. Bike-share Rebalancing Strategies, Patterns, and Purpose. Journal of Transport Geography, 55, 22-39, 2016.

2759.
Henry TULKENS. COP 21 and Economic Theory: Taking Stock. Revue d'économie politique, Volume 126, 471-486, 2016/4.

2758.
Jean HINDRIKS and Yukihiro NISHIMURA. Equilibrium Leadership in Tax Competiton Models with Capital Ownership: A Rejoinder. International Tax and Public Finance, Journal 10797, 1-12, 2016.

2757.
Joniada MILLA, Ernesto SAN MARTIN and Sébastien VAN BELLEGEM. Higher Education Value Added Using Multiple Outcomes. Journal of Educational Measurement, 53, 368-400, 2016.  

2756.
Samuel FEREY and Pierre DEHEZ. Multiple Causation, Apportionment and the Shapley Value. Journal of Legal Studies, 45, 143-171, 2016.

2755.
Samuel FEREY and Pierre DEHEZ. Overdetermined Causation Cases, Contribution and the Shapley Value. Chicago-Kent Law Review, 91(2), 637-658, 2016.

2754.
Gaëtan DELPRAT, Marie-Louise LEROUX and Pierre-Carl MICHAUX. Evidence on Individual Preferences for Longevity Risks.  Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, 15(2), 160-179, 2016.

2753.
S.U. STICH, C.J. MULLER and B. GAERTNER.  Variable Metric Random Pursuit.  Mathematical Programming, 156(1), 549-579, 2016.

2752.
Dominik DORSCH, Walter GOMEZ and Vladimir SHIKHMAN.  Sufficient Optimality Conditions Hold for Almost All Nonlinear Semidefinite Programs.  Mathematical Programming, Series A, 158, 77-97, 2016

2751.
Hassene AISSI, A. Ridha MAHJOUB, S. Thomas McCORMICK and Maurice QUEYRANNE.  Strongly Polynomial Bounds for Multiobjective and Parametric Global minimum Cuts in Graphs and Hypergraphs.  Mathematical Programming, 154(1), 3-28, 2015

2750.
Helmuth CREMER, Pierre PESTIEAU and Kerstin ROEDER.  Social Long-term Care Insurance with Two-sided Altruism.  Research in Economics, 70, 101-109, 2016.

2749.
Yukihiro NISHIMURA and Pierre PESTIEAU.  Efficient Taxation with Differential Risks of Dependence and Mortality.  Economics Bulletin, 36(1),52-57, 2016.

2748.
Pierre PESTIEAU and Maria RACIONERO.  Harsh Occupations, Health Status and Social Security.  Journal of economics, 3(117), 239-257, 2016.

2747.
Pierre PESTIEAU and Maria RACIONERO.  Tagging with Leisure Needs.  Social Choice and Welfare, 45(4), 687-706, 2015.

2746.
Harun ONDER and Pierre PESTIEAU.  Aging and the Inherited Wealth of Nations.  CESifo DICE Report 1/2016 (March).

2745.
Pierre PESTIEAU and Maria RACIONERO.  Harsh Occupations, Life expectancy and Social Security. Economic Modelling, 58, 194-202, 2016

2744.
Tanja MLINAR and Philippe CHEVALIER. Pooling Heterogeneous Products for Manufacturing Environments. 4OR - A Quarterly Journal of Operations Research, 14(2), 173-200, 2016.

2743.
Stef PROOST and Jacques-François THISSE. Skilled Cities and Efficient Urban Transport. In R. Blundell e.a. (eds.), Economics Without Borders: Economic Research for European Policy Challenges, Cambridge University Press, 363-405, 2016.

2742.
Stef PROOST and Jacques-François THISSE. Regional Disparities and Efficient Transport Policies. In R. Blundell e.a. (eds.), Economics Without Borders: Economic Research for European Policy Challenges, Cambridge University Press, 322-362, 2016.

2741.
Georg KIRCHSTEIGER, Marco MANTOVANI, Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Limited Farsightedness in Network Formation. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 128, 97-120, 2016.

2740.
Manuel FORSTER, Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Trust and Manipulation in Social Networks. Network Science, 4(2), 216-243, 2016.

2739.
Ana MAULEON, Jose J. SEMPERE-MONERRIS and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Contractually Stable Alliances. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 18 (2), 212–225, 2016.

2738.
Mikel BEDAOY, Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Bargaining in endogenous trading networks. Mathematical Social Sciences, 80, 70-82, 2016.

2737.
Arnaud VANDAELE, Nicolas GILLIS, François GLINEUR and Daniel TUYTTENS. Heuristics for Exact Nonnegative Matrix Factorization. Journal of Global Optimization, 65(2), 369-400, 2016.

2736.
Xuansheng WANG, François GLINEUR, Linzhang LU and Paul VAN DOOREN. Extended Lanczos Bidiagonalization Algorithm for Low Rank Approximation and Its A pplications. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 301, 213–229, 2016.

2735.
Joshua IGNATIUS, M.-R. GHASEMI, Feng ZHANG, Ali EMROUZNEJAD and Adel HATAMI-MARBINI. Carbon Efficiency Evaluation: An Analytical Framework Using Fuzzy DEA. European Journal of Operational Research, 253, 428–440, 2016.

2734.
Michel MOUCHART and Renzo ORSI. Building a Structural Model: Parameterization and Structurality. Econometrics, 4, 23, 1-16, 2016.

2733.
Manuela BRAIONE and Nicolas K. SCHOLTES. Forecqasting Value-at-Risk under Different Distributional Assumptions. Econometrics, 4, 3, 1-27, 2016.

2732.
Chiara CANTA, Pierre PESTIEAU and Emmanuel THIBAULT. Long-term Care and Capital Accumulatn: the Impact of the State, the Market and the Family, Economic Theory, 61, 755-785, 2016.

2731.
Sanjeeb DASH, Oktay GÜNLÜK and Laurence A. WOLSEY. The Continuous Knapsack Set. Mathematical Programming Series A, 155, 471-496, 2016.

2730.
Laurence A. WOLSEY and Hande YAMAN. Continuous Knapsack Sets with Divisible Capacities. Mathematical Programming Series A, 156, 1-20, 2016.

2729.
Marc FLEURBAEY, Marie-Louise LEROUX, Pierre PESTIEAU and Gregory PONTHIÈRE. Fair Retirement Under Risky Lifetime. International Economic Review, 57(1), 117-210, 2016.

2728.
Julio DAVILA and Marie-Louise LEROUX. Efficiency in overlapping generations economies with longevity choices and fair annuities.  Journal of Macroeconomics, 45, 363-383, 2015.

2727.
Daniel RALPH and Yves SMEERS. Risk trading and endogenous probabilities in investment equilibria. SIAM Journal on Optimizaiton, 25(4), 2589-2611, 2015.

2726.
Chiara CANTA and Marie-Louise LEROUX. Public and Private Hospitals, Congestion, and Redistribution. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 18(1), 42-66, 2016.

2725.
Per J. AGRELL and Jonas TEUSCH. Making the Belgian Distribution System Fit for the Energy Transition. Reflets et perspectives de la vie économique, 2015/1, Tome LIV, 157-174, 2015.

2724.
Per J. AGRELL and Emili GRIFELL-TATJÉ. A Dynamic Model for Firm-Response to Non-Credible Incentive Regulation Regimes. Energy Policy, 90, 287–299, 2016.

2723.
Saber SAATI, Madjid TAVANA, Adel HATAMI-MARBINI and Elham HAJIAKHONDI. A Fuzzy Linear Programming Model with Fuzzy Parameters and Decision Variables. International Journal of Information and Decision Sciences, 7(4), 312-333, 2015.

2722.
Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Zahra GHELEJ BEIGI, Hirofumi FUKUYAMA and Kobra GHOLAMI. Modeling Centralized Resources Allocation and Target Setting in Imprecise Data Envelopment Analysis. International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making, 14(6), 1189-1213, 2015.

2721.
Gustavo BERGANTIÑOS and Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. A New Rule for the Problem of Sharing the Revenue from Museum Passes. Operations Research Letters, 44, 208–211, 2016.

2720.
Per J. AGRELL. Incentive Regulation of Networks. Concepts, Definitions and Models. Reflets et perspectives de la vie économique, 2015/1, Tome LIV, 103-132, 2015.

2719.
Ivar EKELAND and Maurice QUEYRANNE. Optimal Pits and Optimal Transportation. ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis, 49(6), 1659-1670, 2015.

2718.
Jean-François CAULIER, Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Allocation rules for coalitional network games. Mathematical Social Sciences, 78, 80-88, 2015.

2717.
Nicolas CARAYOL, Rémy DELILLE and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Allocating value among farsighted players in network formation. Economics Letters, 137, 50-53, 2015.

2716.
M. R. GHASEMI, J. IGNATIUS, S. LOZANO, A. EMROUZNEJAD and Adel HATAMI-MARBINI. A fuzzy expected value approach under generalized data envelopment analysis. Knowledge-Based Systems, 89, 148-159, 2015.

2715.
Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Mohsen ROSTAMY-MALKHALIFEH, Per J. AGRELL, Madjid TAVANA and Fatemeh MOHAMMADI. Extended symmetric and asymmetric weight assignment methods in data envelopment analysis. Computers & Industrial Engineering, 87, 621–631, 2015.

2714.
Abdollah HADI-VENCHECH, Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Zahra GHELEJ BEIGI and Kobra GHOLAMI. An inverse optimization for imprecise data envelopment analysis. Optimization, 64 (11), 2411-2454, 2015.

2713.
Stéphane AURAY, Daniel DE WOLF and Yves SMEERS. Using column generation to solve a coal blending problem. RAIRO Operations Research, 49, 15-27, 2015.

2712.
Julien MARTIN and Florian MAYNERIS. High-end variety exporters defying gravity: micro facts and aggregate implications. Journal of International Economics, 96(1), 55-71, 2015.

2711.
Florian MAYNERIS and Sandra PONCET. Chinese firms' entry on export markets: the role of foreign export spillovers. The World Bank Economic Review, 20(1), 150-179, 2015.

2710.
Nada Ben ELHADJ, Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Ornella TAROLA. Social awareness and price competition. International Journal of Economic Theory, 11(1), 75-88, 2015.

2709.
Pieter de JONG, Antony PAULRAJ and Constantin BLOME. The financial impact of ISO 14001 certification: Top-line, bottom-line, or both? Journal of Business Ethics, 119(1), 131-149, 2014.

2708.
Constantin BLOME, Antony PAULRAJ and Kai SCHUETZ. Supply chain collaboration and sustainability: A profile deviation analysis. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 34(5), 639-663, 2015.

2707.
Louis N. CHRISTOFIDES, Michael HOY and Joniada MILLA. Grades, aspirations, and postsecondary education outcomes. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 45(1), 48-82, 2015.

2706.
Srinivas K. REDDY, Antonie STAM and Per J. AGRELL. Brand equity, efficiency and valuation of professional sports franchises: the case of major league baseball. International Journal of Business and Social
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2705.
Erik SCHOKKAERT et Carine Van de VOORDE. Equité du système de santé belge. Revue française d’économie, 29(4), 129-172, 2014.

2704.
Mathieu LEFEBVRE, Pierre PESTIEAU and Gregory PONTHIERE. Le modèle social européen: performance et équité. Introduction. Revue Française d'Economie, 29(4), 3-14, 2014.

2703.
Mathieu LEFEBVRE, Sergio PERELMAN et Pierre PESTIEAU. La fraude fiscale en Belgique. Reflets et perspectives de la vie économique, 2014/1, Tome LIII, 113-122, 2014.

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Pavel DVURECHENSKY, Yurii NESTEROV and Vladimir SPOKOINY. Primal-dual methods for solving infinite-dimensional games. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, 166(1), 23-51, 2015.

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Daniele CATANZARO, Luis GOUVEIA and Martine LABBE. Improved integer linear programming formulations for the job Sequencing and tool Switching Problem. European Journal of Operational Research, 244(3), 766-777.

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Daniele CATANZARO, Roberto ARINGHIERI, Marco DI SUMMA and Raffaele PESENTI. A branch-price-and-cut algorithm for the minimum evolution problem. European Journal of Operational Research, 244(3), 753-765.

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Julio DAVILA and Marie-Louise LEROUX. Efficiency in overlapping generations economies with longevity choices and fair annuities. Journal of Macroeconomics, 45, 363-383, 2015.

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Véronique GILLE. Distribution of human capital and income : an empirical study on Indian states. Journal of Macroeconomics, 43, 239-256, 2015.

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Koen DECANCQ, Marc FLEURBAEY and Erik SCHOKKAERT. Inequality, income and well-being. In A.B. Atkingson and F. Bourguignon (eds), Handbook of Income Distribution 2A. New York: Elsevier, 67-140, 2015.

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Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Mohsen ROSTAMY-MALKHALIFEH, Per J. AGRELL, Madjid TAVANA and Fatemeh MOHAMMADI. Extended Symmetric and Asymmetric Weight Assignment Methods in Data Envelopment Analysis. Computers & Industrial Engineering, 87, 621-631, 2015.

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Geoffrey CARUSO, Jean CAVAILHÈS, Dominique PEETERS, Isabelle THOMAS, Pierre FRANKHAUSER and Gilles VUIDEL. Greener and larger neighbourhoods make cities more sustainable! A 2D urban economics perspective. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 54, 82-94, 2015.

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Marc HENRY, Romual MÉANGO and Maurice QUEYRANNE. Combinatorial approach to inference in partially identified incomplete structural models. Quantitative Economics, 6, 499–529, 2015.

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Per J. AGRELL, Peter BOGETOFT and Thor Erik GRAMMELTVEDT. The efficiency of the regulation for horizontal mergers among electricity distribution operators in Norway. In 2015 12th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM 2015), vol. 1, 1-5, 12015.

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Hélène LE CADRE, Anthony PAPAVASILIOU and Yves SMEERS. Wind farm portfolio optimization under network capacity constraints. European Journal of Operational Research, 247, 560-574, 2015.

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Jinil HAN and Anthony PAPAVASILIOU. Congestion management through topologial corrections: a case study of Central Western Europe. Energy Policy, 86, 470-482, 2015.

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Claude d'ASPREMONT, Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA et Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Investissement stratégique et fluctuations endogènes. Revue Economique, 66(2), 351-368, 2015.

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Laurence JACQUET et Dirk VAN de gaer. Politiques fiscales optimales pour les bas revenus et principe de compensation. Revue Economique, 66(3), 579-600, 2015.

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Olivier BARGAIN, Mathias DOLLS, Herwig IMMERVOLL, Dirk NEUMANN, Andreas PEICH, Nico PESTEL and Sebastian SIEGLOCH. Tax policy and income inequality in the United States, 1979-2007. Economic Inquiry, 53(2), 1061-1085, 2015.

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François MANIQUET et Dirk NEUMANN. Un concept d'échelles d'équivalence du temps de travail pour l'évaluation de l'impôt sur le revenu. Revue française d'économie, 4(XXIX), 197-234, 2014.

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Anthony PAPAVASILIOU, Shmuel OREN and Barry ROUNTREE. Applying high performance computing to transmissions-consstrained stochastic unit commitment for renewable energy integration. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 30(3), 1109-1120, 2015.

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Justin DELLOYE, Dominique PEETERS and Isabelle THOMAS. On the morphology of a growing city: a heuristic experiment merging static economics with dynamic geography. PLoS One, 10(8): e0135871, 2015.

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Jonathan JONES, Isabelle THOMAS and Dominique PEETERS. Forecasting employment location choices by discrete choice models: a sensitivity analysis to scale and implications for LUTI models. Region, 2(1), 67-93, 2015.

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Jonathan JONES, Dominique PEETERS and Isabelle THOMAS. Is cities delineation a pre requisite for urban modelling? The example of a land price determinants in Brussels. Cybergeo: European Journal of Geography, Article 716, 2015.

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Philip USHCHEV, Igor SLOEV and Jacques-François THISSE. Do we go shopping downtown or in the 'burbs? Journal of Urban Economics, 85, 1-15, 2015.

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Sophie HAUTPHENNE, Gautier KRINGS, Jean-Charles DELVENNE and Vincent BLONDEL. Sensitivity analysis of a branching procoess evolving on a network with application in epidemiology. Journal of Complex Networks, 10.1093/comnet/cnv001, 2015.

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Jean-Charles DELVENNE, Renaud LAMBIOTTE and Luis E.C. ROCHA. Diffusion on networked systems is a question of time or structure. Nature Communications, 6, Article Number 7366, 2015.

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Matthieu DUVINAGE, Paolo MAZZA and Mikael PETITJEAN. Testing the profitability of contrarian trading strategies based on the overreaction hypothesis. Bankers, Markets & Investors, 33, 4-10, 2014.

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Matthieu DUVINAGE, Paolo MAZZA and Mikael PETITJEAN. The intra-day performance of market timing strategies and trading systems based on Japanese candlesticks. Quantitative Finance, 13(7), 1059-1070, 2013.

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Yurii NESTEROV and Vladimir SHIKHMAN. Quasi-monotone subgradient methods for nonsmooth convex minimization. Journal of Optimization Theory, 165, 917-940, 2015.

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Thomas BAUDIN, David de la CROIX and Paula E. GOBBI. Fertility and childlessness in the United States. American Economic Review, 105(6), 1852-1882, 2015.

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David de la CROIX and Fabio MARIANI. From polygyny to serial monogamy : a unified theory of marriage institutions. Review of Ecoomic Studies, 82, 565-607, 2015.

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David de la CROIX and Omar LICANDRO. The longevity of famous people from Hammurabito Einstein. Journal of Economic Growth, 20,263-303, 2015.

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François MANIQUET and Massimo MORELLI. Approval quorums dominate participation quorums. Social Choice and Welfare, 45, 1-27, 2015.

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Toshihiro OKUBO, Pierre M. PICARD and Jacques-François THISSE. On the impact of competition on trade and firm location. Journal of Regional Science, 54(5), 731-574, 2014.

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Jacques-François THISSE. The new science of cities by Michael Batty –the opinion of an Economist. Journal of Economic Literature, 52 (3), 805-819, 2014.

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Koen DECANCQ. Copula-based measurement of dependence between dimensions of well-being. Oxford Economic Papers, 66, 681-701, 2014.

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Henrik SANDBERG, Jean-Charles DELVENNE, Nigel J. NEWTON and Sanjoy K. MITTER. Maximum work extraction and implementation costs for nonequilibrium Maxwell's demons. Physical Review E 90 (4), 042119, 2014.

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Daniel F. BERNARDES, Fabien TARISSAN, Romain HOLLANDERS, Bivas MITRA, Jean-Charles DELVENNE and Raphaël M. JUNGERS. Data-driven traffic and diffusion modeling in peer-to-peer networks: a real case study. Network Science 2(3), 341-366, 2014.

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Renaud LAMBIOTTE, Jean-Charles DELVENNE and Mauricio BARAHONA. Random walks, Markov processes and the multiscale modular organization of complex network. IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering, 1(2), 76-90, 2014.

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Paul BELLEFLAMME and Thomas LAMBERT. Crowdfunding: some empirical findings and microeconomic underpinnings. Forum Financier, Revue Bancaire et Financière 4, 288-296, 2014.

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Arnaud LATIERS, François GLINEUR and Emmanuel DE JAEGER. Energy limits in primary frequency control with short-term frequency-band allocation. In Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference Europe (ISGT Europe), 2014 IEEE PES, 1-6, 2014.

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David de la CROIX and Frédéric DOCQUIER. An incentive mechanism to break the low-skill immigration deadlock. Review of Economic Dynamics, 18, 593-618, 2014.

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Ana MAULEON, Jose J. SEMPERE-MONNERIS and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Farsighted R&D networks. Economics Letters, 125, 340-342, 2014.

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Oscar Alvarzez SAN JAIME, Pedro CANTOS SANCHEZ, Rafael MONER COLONQUES and Jose J. SEMPERE-MONERRIS. Es possible la competencia en el ferrocarril? Evidencia para Espanya. Revista Economica de Catalunya, 70, 110-120, 2014.

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Luc BAUWENS, Gary KOOP, Dimitris KOROBILIS and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. The Contribution of Structural Break Models to Forecating Macroeconomic Series. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 30, 596-620, 2015.

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Marijn VERSCHELDE, Jean HINDRIKS, Glenn RAYP and Koen SCHOORS. School Staff Autonomy and Educational Performance: Within-School-Type Evidence.Fiscal Studies, 00(0), 1-29, 2015.

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Jacques DREZE. The Bayesian approach to simultaneous equations estimation. Chapter 41 in The rise of econometrics: critical concepts in economics - Vol. 3: Consolidation and expansion / ed. by D. Qin. Routledge, 2013, p. 3-62.

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Mathieu LEFEBVRE, Pierre PESTIEAU, Arno RIEDL and Marie Claire VILLEVAL. Tax evasion and social information: an experiment in Belgium, France, and the Netherlands. International Tax and Public Finance, 22 (3), 2015.

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Christian HAEDO, Michel MOUCHART. Specialized agglomerations with Lattice data: Model and detection. Spatial Statistics, 11, 113-131, 2015.

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Gustavo BERGANTINOS and Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. The axiomatic approah to the problem of sharing the revenue from museum passes. Games and Economic Behavior, 89, 78-92, 2015.

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Pierre DEHEZ and Sophie POUKENS. The Shapley value as a guide to FRAND licensing agreements. Review of Law Economics, 10(3), 265-284, 2014.

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Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Madjid TAVANA, Kobra GHOLAMI and Zahra GHELEJ BEIGI. A bounded data envelopment analysis model in a fuzzy environment with an applicaiton to safery in the semiconductor industry. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, 164(2), 679-701, 2015.

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Xavier BRUSSET and Per J. AGRELL. Dynamic supply chain coordination games with repeated bargaining. Computers & Industrial Engineering, 80, 12-22, 2015.

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Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Madjid TAVANA, Per J. AGRELL, Farhad HOSSEINZADEH LOTFI and Zahra GHELEJ BEIGI. A common-weights DEA model for centralized resource reduction and target setting. Computers & Industrial Engineering, 79, 195-203, 2015.

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Luc BAUWENS, Bruno DE BACKER and Arnaud DUFAYS. A Bayesian method of change-point estimation with recurrent regimes: application to GARCH models. Journal of Empirical Finance, 29, 207-229, 2014.

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Jean HINDRIKS and Yukihiro NISHIMURA. A note on equilibrium leadership in tax competition models. Journal of Public Economics, 121, 66-68, 2015.

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Elena MATTANA and Ettore PANETTI. Bank liquidity, stock market participation, and economic growth. Journal of Banking & Finance, 48, 292-306, 2014.

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Ana MAULEON, Elena MOLIS, Vincent J. VANNETELBOSCH and Wouter VERGOTE. Dominance invariant one-to-one matching problems. International Journal of Game Theory, 43(4), 925-943, 2014.

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Madjid TAVANA, Rashed KHANJANI SHIRAZ and Adel HATAMI-MARBINI. A new chance-constrained DEA model with birandom input and output data. The Journal of the Operational Research Society, 65, 1824-1839, 2014.

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Thierry BRECHET and Guy MEUNIER. Are clean technology and environmental quality conflicting policy goals? Resource and Energy Economics, 38, 61-83, 2014.

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Helmuth CREMER, Pierre PESTIEAU and Kerstin ROEDER. United but (un)equal: human capital, probability of divorce, and the marriage contract. Journal of Population Economics, 28(1), 195-217, 2015.

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Pierre PESTIEAU and Gregory PONTHIERE. Optimal life-cycle fertility in a Barro-Becker economy. Journal of Population Economics, 28(1), 45-87, 2015.

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Ana MAULEON, Vincent VANNETELBOSCH and Cecilia VERGARI. Unions’ relative concerns and strikes in wage bargaining. Bulletin of Economic Research, 66(4), 374-383, 2014.

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Ana MAULEON, Jose J. SEMPERE-MONERRIS and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Farsighted R&D networks. Economics Letters, 125(3), 340-342, 2014.

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Jens Leth HOUGAARD, Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO and Lars Peter OSTERDAL. Assigning agents to a line. Games and Economic Behavior, 87, 539-553, 2014.

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Jorge MANZI, Ernesto SAN MARTIN and Sébastien VAN BELLEGEM. School system evaluation by value added analysis under endogeneity. Psychometrika, 79(1), 130-153, 2014.

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Alain PHOLO BALA, Dominique PEETERS and Isabelle THOMAS. Spatial issues on a hedonic estimation of rents in Brussels. Journa lof Housing Economics, 25, 104-123, 2014.

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Philippe CHEVALIER, Alejandro LAMAS, Lian LU and Tanja MLINAR. Revenue management for operations with urgent orders. European Journal of Operational Research, 240(2), 476-487, 2015.

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Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Social long-term care insurance and redistribution. International Tax and Public Finance, 21(6), 955-974, 2014.

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Bas de GEUS, Bart DEGRAEUWE, Grégory VANDENBULCKE, Luc INT PANIS, Isabelle THOMAS, Joris AERTSENS, Yves DE WEERDT, Rudi TORFS and Romain MEEUSEN. Utilitarian cycling in Belgium: a cross-sectional study in a ample of regular cyclists. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 11, 884-894, 2014.

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Jacques-François THISSE. The new science of cities by Michael Batty: the opinion of an economist. Journal of Economic Literature, 52(3), 805-819, 2014.

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Philippe MICHEL and Pierre PESTIEAU. Social security and early retirement in an overlapping-generations growth model. Annals of Economics and Finance, 14-2(B), 705-719, 2013.

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Mathieu VAN VYVE. Fixed-charge transportation on a path: optimization, LP formulations and separation.  Mathematical Programming Series A, 142(1-2), 371-395, 2013.

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Volker BRITZ, P. Jean-Jacques HERINGS and Arkadi PREDTETCHINSKI. On the convergence to the Nash bargaining solution for action-dependent bargaining protocols. Games and Economic Behavior, 86, 178-183, 2014.

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Volker BRITZ, P. Jean-Jacques HERINGS and Arkadi PREDTETCHINSKI. A bargaining theory of the firm. Economic Theory, 54(1), 45-75, 2013.

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Jean-Charles DELVENNE and Henrik SANDBERG. Finite-time theormodynamics of port-Hamiltonian systems. Physica D, 267, 123-132, 2014.

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Gautier M. KRINGS, Jean-François CARPANTIER and Jean-Charles DELVENNE. Trade integration and trade imbalances in the European Union: a network perspective. PLoS One, 9(1), e83448, 2014.

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Feng QIU, Shabbir AHMED, Santanu S. DEY and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Covering linear programming with violations. INFORMS Journal on Computing, 26(3), 531-546, 2014.

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Paul BELLEFLAMME, Thomas LAMBERT and Armin SCHWIENBACHER. Individual crowfunding practices. Venture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance, 15(4), 313-333, 2013.

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Jean HINDRIKS, Susana PERALTA and Shlomo WEBER. Local taxation of global corporation: a simple solution. Annals of Economics and Statistics (Special Issue on the Economics Taxation), 113-114, 37-65, 2014.

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Giuseppe DE FEO and Jean HINDRIKS. Harmful competition in insurance markets. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 106, 213-226, 2014.

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Thierry BRECHET, Carmen CAMACHO and Vladimir M. VELIOV. Model predictive control, the economy, and the issue of global warming.Annals of Operaitons Research, 220(1), 25-48, 2014.

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Johanna M.M. GOERTZ and François MANIQUET. Condorcet jury theorem: an example in which informative voting is rational but leads to inefficient information aggregation. Economics Letters, 125(1), 25-28, 2014.

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Monalisa SEN and Anil K. BERA. The improbable nature of the implied correlation matrix from spatial regresison models. Regional Statistics, 4(1), 3-15, 2014.

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Mathieu VAN VYVE, Laurence A. WOLSEY and Hande YAMAN. Relaxations for two-level multi-item lot-sizing problems. Mathematical Programming Series A, 146(1-2), 495-523, 2014.

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Dirk VAN DE GAER, Joost VANDENBOSSCHE and José Luis FIGUERORA. Children's health opportunities and project evaluation: Mexico's oportunidades program. The World Bank Economic Review, 28(2), 282-310, 2014.

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Dominik DORSCH, Hubertus Th. JONGEN, Jan-J. RÜCKMANN and Vladimir SCHIKHMAN. On the local representation of piecewisei smooth equations as a Lipschitz manifold. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 411(2), 916-930, 2014.

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Olivier BARGAIN, Mathias DOLLS, Clemens FUEST, Dirk NEUMANN, Andreas PEICHL, Nico PESTEL and Sebastian SIEGLOCH. Fiscal union in Europe? Redistributive and stabilizing effects of a European tax-benefit system and fiscal equalization mechanism. Economic Policy, 28(75), 375-422, 2013.

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Kristof BOSMANS, Koen DECANCQ and André DECOSTER. The relativity of decreasing inequality between countries. Economica, 81(322), 276-292, 2014.

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Koen DECANCQ. Copula-based measurement of dependence between dimensions of well-being. Oxford Economic Papers, 66(3), 681-701, 2014.

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Koen DECANCQ, Luc VAN OOTEGEM and Elsy VERHOFSTADT. What if we voted on teh weights of a multidimensional well-being index? An illustraiton with Flemish data. Fiscal Studies, 34(3), 315-332, 2013.

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Francesco DI COMITE, Jacques-François THISSE and Hylke VANDENBUSSCHE. Verti-zontal differentiation in export markets. Journal of International Economics, 93(1), 5066, 2014.

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Constantin BLOME, Tobias SCHOENHERR and Dominik ECKSTEIN. The impact of knowledge transfer and complexity on supply chain flexibility: a knowledge-based view. International Journal of Production Economics, 147(2), 307-316, 2014.

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Constantin BLOME, Tobias SCHOENHERR and Matthias KAESSER. Ambidextrous governance in supply chains: the impact on innovation and cost performance. Journal of Supply Chain Management, 49(4), 59-80, 2013.

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David A. WUTTKE, Constantin BLOME and Michael HENKE. Focusing the financial flow of supply chains: an empirical investigation of financial supply chain management. International Journal of Production Economics, 145(3), 773-789, 2013.

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Kristian BEHRENS, Susana PERALTA and Pierre M. PICARD. Transfer pricing rules, OECD guidelines, and market distortions. Journal of Public Theory, 16(4), 650-680, 2014.

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Nguyen Thang DAO and Julio DAVILA. Implementing steady state efficiency in overlapping generations economies with environmental extranalities. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 16(4), 620-649, 2014.

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Johanna M.M. GOERTZ. Inefficient committees: small elections with three alternatives. Social Choice and Welfare, 43(2), 357-375, 2014.

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Claude d'ASPREMONT and Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA. Household behavior and individual autonomy: an extended Lindahl mechanism. Economic Theory, 55(3), 643-664, 2014.

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Pierre PESTIEAU and Gregory PONTHIERE. Optimal fertility along the life cycle. Economic Theory, 55(1), 185-224, 2014.

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Mathieu LEFEBVRE, Pierre PESTIEAU and Gregory PONTHIERE. Measuring poverty without the mortality paradox. Social Choice and Welfare, 40(1), 285-316, 2013.

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Olivier DEVOLDER, François GLINEUR and Yurii NESTEROV. First-order methods of smooth convex optimization with inexact oracle. Mathematical Programming Series A, 146(1-2), 37-75, 2014.

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Yurii NESTEROV. Subgradient methods for huge-scale optimization problems. Mathematical Programming Series A, 146(1-2), 275-297, 2014.

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Florian MAYNERIS and Loriane PY. The efficiency of enterprise zone programs. Some conflicting results? Région et Développement, 38, 209-224, 2013.

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Kris BOUDT and Mikael PETITJEAN. Intraday liquidity dynamics and news releases around price jumps: evidence from the DJIA stocks. Journal of Financial Markets, 17, 121-149, 2014.

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Jacques H. DREZE and Alain DURRE. Fiscal integration and growth stimulation in Europe (with an appendix by Jacques Drèze and Jean-François Carpentier). Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 80, 5-45, 2014.

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Marc FLEURBAEY, Marie-Louise LEROUX and Gregory PONTHIERE. Compensating the dead. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 51, 28-41, 2014.

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Davic CRAINICH, Louis EECKDHOUDT and Olivier LE COURTOIS. Decreasing downside risk aversion and background risk. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 53, 59-63, 2014.

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Yurii NESTEROV and Vladimir Y. PROTASOV. Optimizing the spectral radius. SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applicaitons, 34(3), 999-1013, 2013.

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David de la CROIX and Clara DELAVALLADE. Why corrupt governments may receive more foreign aid. Oxford Economic Papers, 66(1), 51-66, 2014.

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Pierre GIOT, Ulrich HEGE and Armin SCHWIENBACHER. Are novice private equity funds risk-takers? Evidence from a comparison with established funds. Journal of Corporate Finance, 27, 55-71, 2014.

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Agostinho AGRA, Henrik ANDERSSON, Marielle CHRISTIANSEN and Laurence A. WOLSEY. A maritime inventory routing problem: discrete time formulations and valid inequalities. Networks, 62, 297-313, 2013.

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Dunia LOPEZ-PINTADO and Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. On discrimination in the optimal management of teams. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 51, 154-162, 2014.

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Augustin LEFEVRE, François GLINEUR and Pierre-Antoine ABSIL. A convex formulation for informed source separation in the signle channel setting. Neurocomputing, 141, 26-36, 2014.

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Filippo POMPILI, Nicolas GILLIS, Pierre-Antoine ABSIL and François GLINEUR. Two algorithms for orthogonal nonnegative matrix factorization with application to clustering. Neurocomputing, 141, 15-25, 2014.

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Santanu S. DEY, Andrea LODI, Andrea TRAMONTANI and Laurence A. WOLSEY. On the practical strength of two-row tableau cuts. INFORMS Journal on Computing, 26(2), 227-237, 2014.

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Guillaume WUNSCH, Michel MOUCHART and Federica RUSSO. Funcitons and mechanisms in structural-modelling explanations. Journal for General Philosophy of Science, 45(1), 187-208, 2014.

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Paschalis TSIAFLAKIS, François GLINEUR and Marc MOONEN. Iterative convex approximation bases real-time dynamic spectrum management in multi-user multi-carrier communication systems. IEEE Signal Processing Letters, 21(5), 535-539, 2014.

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Paschalis TSIAFLAKIS, François GLINEUR and Marc MOONEN. Real-time dynamic spectrum management for multi-user multi-carrier communication systems. IEEE Transations on Communications, 62(3), 1124-1137, 2014.

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Thibault CLAVIER, Nima RAZAVI-CHODS, François GLINEUR, David GONZALEZ-OVEJERO, Eloy de LERA ACEDO, Christophe CRAEYE and Paul ALEXANDER. A global-local synthesis approach for large non-regular arrays. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 62(4), 1596-1606, 2014.

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Thierry BRECHET and Sylvette LY. The many traps of green technology promotion. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 15(1), 73-91, 2013.

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Cindy Shin-Huei WANG, Luc BAUWENS and Cheng HSIAO. Forecasting a long memory process subject to structural breaks. Journal of Econometrics, 177(2), 171-184, 2013.

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Victor GINSBURGH and Juan PRIETO-RODRIGUEZ. Is there a gender bias in the use of foreign languages in Europe? Kyklos, 66(4), 552-566, 2013.

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Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Xavier Y. WAUTHY. Vertical product differentiation and two-sided markets. Economics Letters, 123(1), 58-61, 2014.

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Helmuth CREMER, Firouz GAHVARI and Pierre PESTIEAU. Endogenous altruism, redistribution, and long-term care. The B.E. Journal of Ecoomic Analysis & Policy, 14(2), 499-524, 2014.

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Lionel ARTIGE, Antoine DEDRY and Pierre PESTIEAU. Social security and ecoomic integration. Economics Letters, 123(3), 318-322, 2014.

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Jean-Christophe VAN den SCHRIECK, Zeynep AKSIN and Philippe CHEVALIER. Peakedness-based staffing for call center outsourcing. Production and Operations Management, 23(3), 504-524, 2014.

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Thibaut CALIMAN, Catherine D'HONDT and Mikael PETITJEAN. Determining an optimal multiplier in dynamic core-satellite strategies. Journal of Asset Management, 14(4), 210-227, 2013.

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Nicolas GILLIS and François GLINEUR. A continuous characterization of the maximum-edge biclique problem. Journal of Global Optimization, 58(3), 439-464, 2014.

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Tao WANG, François GLINEUR, Jérôme LOUVEAUX and Luc VANDENDORPE. Weighted sum rate maximization for downlink OFDMA with subcarrier-pair basded opportunistic DF relaying. IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, 61(10), 2512-2524, 2013.

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Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Ali EMROUZNEJAD and Per J. AGRELL. Interval data without sign restrictions in DEA. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 37(7-8), 2028-2036, 2014.

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Dunia LOPEZ-PINTADO. Public goods in directed networks. Economics Letters, 121(2), 160-162, 2013.

2561.
Matthew O. JACKSON and Dunia LOPEZ-PINTADO. Diffusion and contagion in networks with heterogeneous agents and homophily. Network Science, 1(1), 49-67, 2013

2560.
Vladyslav NORA and Hiroshi UNO. Saddle functions and robust sets of equilibria. Journal of Economic Theory, 150, 866-877, 2014.

2559.
Pierre M. PICARD and Takatoshi TABUCHI. On microfoundations of the city. Journal of Economic Theory, 148, 2561-2582, 2013.

2558.
Claire DUJARDIN, Vincent LORANT and Isabelle THOMAS. Self-assessed health of elderly people in Brussels: does the built environment matter? Health & Place, 27, 59-67, 2014.

2557.
Per J. AGRELL and Pooria NIKNAZAR. Structural and behavioral robustness in applied best practice regulation. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 48(1), 89-103, 2014.

2556.
Amir H. SHOKOUHI, Hamid SHAHIRIARI, Per J. AGRELL and Adel HATAMI-MARBINI. Consistent and robust ranking in imprecise data envelopment analysis under perturbations of random subsets of data. OR Spectrum, 36(1), 133-160, 2014.

2555.
Per J. AGRELL and Adel HATAMI-MARBINI. Frontier-based performance analysis models for supply chain management: state of the art and research directions. Computers & Industrial Engineering, 66(3), 567-583, 2013.

2554.
Giorgia OGGIONI, Frederic H. MURPHY and Yves SMEERS. Evaluating the impacts of priority dispatch in the European electricity market. Energy Economics, 42, 183-200, 2014.

2553.
Giorgia OGGIONI and Yves SMEERS. Market failures of market coupling and counter-trading in Europe: an illustrative model based discussion. Energy Economics, 35, 74-87, 2013.

2552.
Gauthier de MAERE d'AERTRYCKE, Alexander SHAPIRO and Yves SMEERS. Risk exposure and Lagrange multipliers of nonanticipativity constraints in multistage stochastic problems. Mathematical Methods of Operations Research, 77(3), 393-405, 2013.

2551.
Gauthier de MAERE d'AERTRYCKE and Yves SMEERS. Liquidity risks on power exchanges: a generalized Nash equilibrium model. Mathematical Programming Series B, 140(2), 381-414, 2013.

2550.
Andreas EHRENMANN and Yves SMEERS. Risk adjusted discounted cash flows in capacity expansion models. Mathematical Programming Series B, 140(2), 267-293, 2013.

2549.
Jean-François MERTENS and Anna RUBINCHIK. Essential properties of Lp,q  spaces (the amalgams) and the implicit function theorem for equilibrium analysis in continuous time. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 50, 187-196, 2014.

2548.
Sudipto BHATTACHARYA, Claude d'ASPREMONT, Sergei GURIEV, Debapriya SEN and Yair TAUMANN. Cooperation in R&D: patenting, licensing, and contracting. Chapter 10 in K. Chatterjee and W. Samuelson (eds.), Game Theory and Business Applications, International Series in Operations Research & Management Science, 194, 265-286, 2014.

2547.
Alexander OSHARIN, Jacques-François THISSE, Philip USHCHEV and Valery VERBUS. Monopolistic competition and income dispersion. Economics Letters, 122(2), 348-352, 2014.

2546.
Paul BELLEFLAMME and Martin PEITZ. Asymmetric information and overinvestment in quality. European Economic Review, 66, 127-143, 2014.

2545.
Marie-Louise LEROUX and Pierre PESTIEAU. Social security and family support. Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'Economique, 47(1), 115-143, 2014.

2544.
Marie-Louise LEROUX and Grégory PONTHIERE. Utilitarianism and unequal longevities: a remedy? Economic Modelling, 30, 888-899, 2013.

2543.
Ali EMROUZNEJAD, Madjid TAVANA and Adel HATAMI-MARBINI. The state of the art in fuzzy data envelopment analysis. Chapter 1 in Performance Measurement with Fuzzy Data Development Anaysis, Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing, 309, Springer-Verlag, 1-45, 2014.

2542.
Jens Leth HOUGAARD, Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO and Lars Peter OSTERDAL. On the measurement of the (multidimensional) inequality of health distributions. In Health and Inequality, Research on Economic Inequality, Vol. 21, 111-129, 2013.

2541.
Jens Leth HOUGAARD, Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO and Lars Peter OSTERDAL. Rationing wiht baselines the composition extension operator. Annals of Operations Research, 211(1), 179-191, 2013.

2540.
Michel LE BRETON, Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO, Alexei SAVVATEEV and Shlomo WEBER. Stability and fairness in models with a multiple membership. International Journal of Game Theory, 42(3), 673-694, 2013.

2539.
Jean-François CAULIER, Ana MAULEON, Jose J. SEMPERE MONERRIS and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Stable and efficient coalitional networks. Review of Economic Design, 17(4), 249-271, 2013.

2538.
Mikael PETITJEAN. Bank failures and regulation: a critical review. Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, 21(1), 16-38, 2013.

2537.
Ana MAULEON, Vincent VANNETELBOSCH and Cecilia VERGARI. Bargaining and delay in patent licensing. International Journal of Economic Theory, 9(4), 279-302, 2013.

2536.
Laurent VAN MALDEREN, Bart JOURQUIN, Claude PECHEUX, Isabelle THOMAS, Elien VAN DE VIJVER, Thomas VANOUTRIVE, Ann VERHETSEL and Frank WITLOX. Exploring the profession of mobility manager in Belgium and their impact on commuting. Transport Research A, 55, 46-55, 2013.

2535.
Grégory VANDENBULCKE, Isabelle THOMAS and Luc INT PANIS. Predicting cycling accident risk in Brussels: a spatial case-control approach. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 62 341-357, 2014.

2534.
Manuel FÖRSTER, Michel GRABISCH and Agniesza RUSINOWSKA. Anonymous social influence. Games and Economic Behavior, 82, 621-635, 2013.

2533.
Luc BAUWENS, Arnaud DUFAYS and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. Marginal likelihood for Markov-switching and change-point GARCH models. Journal of Econometrics, 178 (Part 3), 508-522, 2014.

2532.
Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Madjid TAVANA, Vahid HAJIPOUR, Fatemeh KANGI and Abolfazl KAZEMI. An extended compromise ratio method for fuzzy group multi-attribute decision making with SWOT analysis. Applied Soft Computing, 13(8), 3459-3472, 2013.

2531.
Madjid TAVANA, Rashed Khanjani SHIRAZ, Adel HATAMI-Marbini, Per J. AGRELL and Khalil PARYAB. Chance-constrained DEA models with random fuzzy inputs and outputs. Knowledge-based systems, 52, 32-52, 2013.

2530.
Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Madjid TAVANA, Saber SAATI and Fatemeh KANGI. A fuzzy group linear programming technique for multidmensional analysis of preference. Journal of Intelligent & Fuzzy Systems, 25(3), 723-735, 2013.

2529.
Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Per J. AGRELL, Madjid TAVANA and Ali EMROUZNEJAD. A stepwise fuzzy linear programming model with possibility and necessity relations. Journal of Intelligent & Fuzzy Systems, 2(51), 81-93, 2013

2528.
Elena DEL REY and Miguel-Angel LOPEZ-GARCIA. On welfare criteria and optimality in an endogenous growth model. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 14(6), 927-943, 2012.

2527.
Jean-François CARPANTIER and Besik SAMKHARADZE. The asymmetric commodity inventory effect on the optimal hedge ratio. The Journal of Futures Markets, 33(9), 868-888, 2013.

2526.
Luc BAUWENS, Christian M. HAFNER and Diane PIERRET. Multivariate volatility modeling of electricity futures. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 28(5), 743-761, 2013.

2525.
Dominik DORSCH, Hubertus Th. JONGEN and Vladimir SHIKHMAN. On structure and computation of generalized Nash equilibria. SIAM Journal on Optimization, 23(1), 452-474, 2013.

2524.
Emmanuelle AURIOL and Pierre M. PICARD. A theory of BOT concession contracts. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 89 187-209, 2013.

2523.
Pierre M. PICARD and Bruno van POTTELSBERGHE de la POTTERIE. Patent office governance and patent examination quality. Journal of Public Economics, 104, 14-25, 2013.

2522.
Jacques H. DREZE and Erik SCHOKKAERT. Arrow's theorem of the deductible: moral hazard and stop-loss in health insurance. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 47(2), 147-163, 2013.

2521.
Cécile TANNIER and Isabelle THOMAS. Defining and characterizing urban boundaries: a fractal analysis of theoretical cities and Belgian cities. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 41, 234-248, 2013.

2520.
Sebastian POKUTTA and Mathieu VAN VYVE. A note on the extension complexity of the knapsack polytope. Operations Research Letters, 41(4), 347-374, 2013.

2519.
Sandra PONCET and Florian MAYNERIS. French firms penetrating Asian markets: role of export spillovers. Journal of Economic Integration, 28(2), 354-374, 2013.

2518.
Carg GAIGNE and Jacques-François THISSE. New economic geography: past and future. In M.M. Fischer and P. Nijkamp (eds.), Handbook of Regional Science, Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 539-568, 2014.

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Fabien PRIEUR and Thierry BRECHET. Can education be good for both growth and the environment? Macroeconomic Dynamics, 17(5), 1135-1157, 2013.

2516.
Jean GABSZEWICZ, Didier LAUSSEL, Tanguy van YPERSELE and Skerlilajda ZANAJ. Market games in successive oligopolies. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 15(3), 397-410, 2013.

2515.
Michel M. DENUIT and Louis EECKHOUDT. Improving your chances: a new result. Economics Letters, 118(3), 475-477, 2013.

2514.
Louis EECKHOUDT. Beyond risk aversion: why, how and what's next? The Geneva Risk and Insurance Review, 37(2), 141-155, 2012.

2513.
Christophe COURBAGE and Louis EECKHOUDT. On insuring and caring for parents' long-term care needs. Journal of Health Economics, 31(6), 842-850, 2012.

2512.
Jean CAVAILHES and Isabelle THOMAS. Are agricultural and developable land prices governed by the same spatial rules? The case of Belgium. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 61(3), 439-463, 2013.

2511.
Yurii NESTEROV. Efficiency of coordinate descent methods on huge-scale optimization problems. SIAM Journal of Optimization, 22(2), 341-362, 2012.

2510.
Yurii NESTEROV. Gradient methods for minimizing composite functions. Mathematical Programming, Series B, 140(1), 125-161, 2013.

2509.
Victor GINSBURGH and Israël ZANG. Shapley ranking of wines. Journal of Wine Economics, 7(2), 169-180, 2012.

2508.
Balazs Cs. CSAJI, Arnaud BROWET, V.A. TRAAG, Jean-Charles DELVENNE, Etienne HUENS, Paul VAN DOOREN, Zbigniew SMOREDA and Vincent D. BLONDEL. Exploring the mobility of mobile phone users. Physica, 392(6), 1459-1473, 2013.

2507.
Jean-Charles DELVENNE. Characterising solution sets of LTI differential equations. Automatica, 48(8), 1645-1649, 2012.

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Rafael A. MELO and Laurence A. WOLSEY. MIP formulations and heuristics for two-level production-transportation problems. Computers & Operations Research, 39(11), 2776-2786, 2012.

2505.
Thomas DEMYUNCK and Dirk VAN DE GAER. Inequality adjusted income growth. Economica, 79(316), 747-765, 2012.

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Oscar ALVAREZ-SANJAIME, Pedro CANTOS-SANCHEZ, Rafael MONER-COLONQUES and José J. SEMPERE-MONERRIS. Competition and horizontal integration in maritime freight transport. Transportation Research Part E, 51(1), 67-81, 2013.

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Oscar ALVAREZ-SANJAIME, Pedro CANTOS-SANCHEZ, Rafael MONER-COLONQUES and José J. SEMPERE-MONERRIS. Vertical integration and exclusivities in maritime freight transport. Transportation Research Part E, 51(1), 50-61, 2013.

2502.
Dimitri PAOLINI and Juan de Dios TENA. Short or long-term contract? Firm's optimal choice. Empirica, 39(1), 1-18, 2012.

2501.
Concetta MENDOLICCHIO, Dimitri PAOLINI and Tito PIETRA. Investments in education and welfare in a two-sector, random matching economy. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 48(6), 367-385, 2012.

2500.
Anthony PAPAVASILIOU and Shmuel S. OREN. Multiarea stochastic unit commitment for high wind penetration in a transmission constrained network. Operations Research, 61(3), 578-592, 2013.

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Pascal MOSSAY. A theory of rational spatial agglomerations. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 43(2), 385-394, 2013.

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Olivier GERGAUD, Victor GINSBURGH and Florine LIVAT. Success of celebrities: talent, intelligence or beauty? Economics Bulletin, 32(4), 3120-3127, 2012.

2497.
Patrick LEGROS and Victor GINSBURGH. The economics of copyright levies on hardware. Review of Economic Research on Copyright Issues, 10(1), 20-35, 2013.

2496.
Michel M. DENUIT, Louis EECKHOUDT and Harris SCHLESINGER. When Ross meets Bell: the linex utility function. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 49(2), 177-182, 2013.

2495.
David de la CROIX, Olivier PIERRARD and Henri R. SNEESSENS. Aging and pensions in general equilibrium: labor market imperfections matter. Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, 37(1), 104-124, 2013.

2494.
Loïc BERGER, Han BLEICHRODT and Louis EECKHOUDT. Treatment decisions under ambiguity. Journal of Health Economics, 32(3), 559-569, 2013.

2493.
Koen DECANCQ and Maria Ana LUGO. Weights in multidimensional indices of wellbeing: an overview. Econometric Reviews, 32(1), 7-34, 2013.

2492.
Julio DAVILA. Implementing the best steady state with savings in unbacked risky assets. Macroeconomic Dynamics, 17(4), 779-801, 2013.

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Nguyen Thang DAO and Julio DAVILA. Can geography lock a society in stagnation? Economics Letters, 120(3), 442-446, 2013.

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Volker M. GROTSCH, Constantin BLOME and Martin C. SCHLEPER. Antecedents of proactive supply chain risk management - a contingency theory perspective. International Journal of Production Research, 51(10), 2482-2867, 2013.

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Abdelrahaman ALY, Edouard CUVELIER, Sophie MAWET, Olivier PEREIRA and Mathieu VAN VYVE. Securely solving simple combinatorial graph problems. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 7859, 239-257, 2013.

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Evgeny ZHELOBODKO, Sergey KOKOVIN, Mathieu PARENTI and Jacques-François THISSE. Monopolistic competition beyond the constant elasticity of substitution. Econometrica, 80(6), 2765-2784, 2012.

2487.
Marc FLEURBAEY, Stéphane LUCHINI, Erik SCHOKKAERT et Carine VAN de VOORDE. Evaluation des politiques de santé: pour une prise en compte équitable des intérêts des populations. Economie et Statistique, 455-456, 11-36, 2012.

2486.
Marc FLEURBAEY, Stéphane LUCHINI, Christophe MULLER and Erik SCHOKKAERT. Equivalent income and fair evaluation of health care. Health Economics, 22(6), 711-729, 2013.

2485.
Marc FLEURBAEY and Erik SCHOKKAERT. Behavioral welfare economics and redistribution. American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 5(3), 180-205, 2013.

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Paula GONZALEZ, Jean HINDRIKS and Nicolas PORTEIRO. Fiscal decentralization and political budget. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 15(6), 884-911, 2013.

2483.
Eve RAMAEKERS. Fair allocation of indivisible goods: the two-agent case. Social Choice and Welfare, 41(2), 359-380, 2013.

2482.
Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Relative concerns and delays in bargaining with private information. Games, 4(3), 329-338, 2013.

2481.
Pierre DEHEZ and Daniela TELLONE. Data games: sharing public goods with exclusion. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 15(4), 654-673, 2013.

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Mathieu VAN VYVE and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Strong and compact relaxations in the original space using a compact extended formulation. EURO Journal on Computational Optimization, 1(1), 71-80, 2013.

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Thierry BRECHET, Natali HRITONENKO and Yuri YATSENKO. Adaptation and mitigation in long-term climate policy. Environmental & Resource Economics, 55(2), 217-243, 2013.

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Thierry BRECHET, Pierre-André JOUVET and Gilles ROTILLON. Tradable pollution permits in dynamic general equilibrium: can optimality and acceptability be reconciled? Ecological Economics, 91, 89-97, 2013.

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Jean-François CAULIER, Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Contractually stable networks. International Journal of Game Theory, 42(2), 483-499, 2013.

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Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Filomena GARCIA, Joana PAIS and Joana RESENDE. On Gale and Shapley "college admissions and the stability of marriage". Theoretical Economics Letters, 2012(2), 291-293, 2012.

2475.
Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Madjid TAVANA, Saber SAATI and Per J. AGRELL. Positive and normative use of fuzzy DEA-BCC models: a critical view on NATO enlargement. International Transactions in Operational Research, 20(3), 411-433, 2013.

2474.
Farhad Hosseinzadeh LOTFI, Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Per J. AGRELL, Nazila AGHAYI and Kobra GHOLAMI. Allocating fixed resources and setting targets using a common-weights DEA approach. Computers & Industrial Engineering, 64(2), 631-640, 2013.

2473.
Pierre DEHEZ and Samuel FEREY. How to share joint liability: a cooperative game approach. Mathematical Social Sciences, 66(1), 44-50, 2013.

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Jens Leth HOUGAARD, Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO and Lars Peter OSTERDAL. A new axiomatic approach to the evaluation of population health. Journal of Health Economics, 32(3), 515-523, 2013.

2471.
Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. A new analysis of a simple model of fair allocation. Economics Letters, 118(2), 393-395, 2013.

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Jens Leth HOUGAARD, Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO and Lars Peter OSTERDAL. Rationing in the presence of baselines. Social Choice and Welfare, 40(4), 1047-1066, 2013.

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Luc BAUWENS and Giuseppe STORTI. Computationally efficient inference procedures for vast dimensional realized covariance models. In M. Grigoletto et al. (eds.), Complex Models and Computational Methods in Statistics, 37-49, 2013.

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Isabelle THOMAS and Pierre FRANKHAUSER. Fractal dimensions of the built-up footprint: buildings versus roads. Fractal evidence from Antwerp (Belgium). Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 40(2), 310-329, 2013.

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Catherine KRIER, Michel MOUCHART and Abderrahim OULHAJ. Neural modelling of ranking data with an application to stated preference data. Statistica, LXXXII(3), 255-269, 2012.

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Helmuth CREMER, Pierre PESTIEAU and Grégory PONTHIERE. The economics of long-term care: a survey. Nordic Economic Policy Review, 2/2012, 107-148, 2012.

2465.
Saber SAATI, Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Madjid TAVANA and Per AGRELL. A fuzzy data envelopment analysis for clustering operating units with imprecise data. International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge-Based Systems, 21(1), 29-54, 2013.

2464.
Pierre PESTIEAU and Grégory PONTHIERE. The public economics of increasing longevity. Hacienda Publica Espanola/Review of Public Economics, 200(1), 41-74, 2012.

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Julio DAVILA, Jay H. HONG, Per KRUSSEL and José-Victor RIOS-RULL. Constrained efficiency in the neoclassical growth model with uninsurable idiosyncratic shocks. Econometrica, 80(6), 2431-2467, 2012.

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Helmuth CREMER, Firouz GAHVARI and Pierre PESTIEAU. Accidental bequests: a curse for the rich and a boon for the poor. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 114(4), 1437-1459, 2012.

2461.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Joana RESENDE. Differentiated credence goods and price competition. Information Economics and Policy, 24(3-4), 277-287, 2012.

2460.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Xavier Y. WAUTHY. Nesting horizontal and vertical differentiation. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 42(6), 998-1002, 2012.

2459.
Pierre M. PICARD and Toshihiro OKUBO. Firms' locations under demand heterogeneity. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 42(6), 961-974, 2012.

2458.
Camille COTTEELS, Dominique PEETERS, Philippe A. COUCKE et Isabelle THOMAS. Localisation des centres de radiothérapie: une analyse géographique exploratoire pour la Belgique. Cancer-Radiothérapie, 16(7), 604-612, 2012.

2457.
Per . AGRELL, Peter BOGETOFT and Misja MIKKERS. Smart-grid investments, regulation and organization. Energy Policy, 52, 656-666, 2013.

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Jean-Pierre FLORENS, Jan JOHANNES and Sébastien VAN BELLEGEM. Instrumental regression in partially linear models. Econometrics Journal, 15(2), 304-324, 2012.

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Axel GAUTIER and Xavier WAUTHY. Competitively neutral universal service obligations. Information Economics and Policy, 24(3-4), 254-261, 2012.

2454.
Pierre DEHEZ. Cooperative provision of indivisible public goods. Theory and Decision, 74(1), 13-29, 2013.

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Samih ZEIN, Benoît COLSON and François GLINEUR. An efficient sampling method for regression-based polynomial chaos expansion. Communication in Computation Physics, 13(4), 1173-1188, 2013.

2452.
Pierre PESTIEAU and Gregory PONTHIERE. Myopia, regrets, and risky behaviors. International Tax and Public Finance, 19(2), 288-317, 2012.

2451.
Jean HINDRIKS. Political failures and intergovernmental competition. Economics Research International. Article ID409135, 2012.

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Raouf BOUCEKKINE and Patrick A. PINTUS. Histor's a cruse: leapfrogging, growth breaks and growth reversals under international borrowing without commitment. Journal of Economic Growth, 17(1), 27-47, 2012.

2449.
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Giorgio FABBRI and Patric PINTUS. On the optimal control of a linear neutral differential equation arising in economics. Optimal Control Applications and Methods, 33(5), 511-530, 2012.

2448.
Florence GOFETTE-NAGOT, Isabelle REGINSTER and Isabelle THOMAS. Spatial analysis of residential land prices in Belgium: accessibility, linguistic border, and environmental amenities. Regional Studies, 45(9), 1253-1268, 2011.

2447.
Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Madjid TAVANA, Masoumeh MORADI and Fatemeh KANGI. A fuzzy group Electre method for safety and health assessment in hazardous waste recycling facilities. Safety Science, 51(1), 414-426, 2013.

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Ali EMROUZNEJAD, Mohsen ROSTAMY-MALKHALIFEH, Adel HATAMI-MARBINI and Majid TAVANA. General and multiplicative non-parametric corporate performance models with interval ratio data. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 36(11), 5506-5514, 2012.

2445.
Marion LETURCQ. Will you civil union me? Taxation and civil unions in France. Journal of Public Economics, 96(5-6), 541-552, 2012.

2444.
Marie-Louise LEROUX and Pierre PESTIEAU. The political economy of derived pension rights. International Tax and Public Finance, 19(5), 753-776, 2012.

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Kris BOUDT, Christophe CROUX and Sébastien LAURENT. Outlyingness weighted covariation. Journal of Financial Econometrics, 9(4), 657-684, 2011.

2442.
Jan JOHANNES, Sébastien VAN BELLEGEM and Anne VANHEMS. Iterative regularisation in nonparametric instrumental regression. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 143(1), 24-39, 2013.

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David BARDEY, Chiara CANTA and Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR. The regulation of health care providers' payments when horizontal and vertical differentiation matter. Journal of Health Economics, 31(5), 691-704, 2012.

2440.
Clothilde LESPLINGART, Christophe MAJOIS and Mikael PETITJEAN. Liquidity and CDS premiums on European companies around the Subprime crisis. Review of Derivatives Research, 15(3), 257-281, 2012.

2439.
Nicolas GILLIS and François GLINEUR. On the geometric interpretation of the nonnegative rank. Linear Algebra and its Applications, 437(11), 2686-2712, 2012.

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Jean-François MERTENS and Anna RUBINCHIK. Intergenerational equity and the discount rate for policy analysis. Macroeconomics Dynamics, 16(1), 61-93, 2012.

2437.
Frederic MURPHY and Yves SMEERS. Withholding investments in energy only markets: can contracts make a difference? Journal of Regulatory Economics, 42(2), 159-179, 2012.

2436.
Pascal MOSSAY and Pierre M. PICARD. On spatial equilibria in a social interaction model. Journal of Economic Theory, 146(6), 2455-2477, 2011.

2435.
Thierry BRECHET , Julien THENIE, Thibaut ZEIMES and Stéphane ZUBER. The benefits of cooperation under uncertainty: the case of climate change. Environmental Modeling Assessment, 17(1-2), 149-162, 2012.

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Thierry BRECHET and Stéphane LAMBRECHT. Renewable resource and capital with a joy-of-giving resource bequest motive. Resource and Energy Economics, 33(4), 981-994, 2011.

2433.
Jean-Sébastien TANCREZ, Philippe CHEVALIER and Pierre SEMAL. Probability masses fitting in the analysis of manufacturing flow lines. Annals of Operations Research, 182(1), 163-191, 2011.

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Pierre GIOT and Mikael PETITJEAN. On the statistical and economic performance of stock return predictive regression models: an international perspective. Quantitative Finance, 11(2),175-193, 2011.

2431.
W.Henry CHIU, Louis EECKHOUDT and Béatrice REY. On relative and partial risk attitudes: theory and implications.  Economic Theory, 50(1), 151-167, 2012.

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J. Peter NEARY and Joe THARAKAN. International trade with endogenous mode of competition in general equilibrium. Journal of International Economics, 86(1), 118-132, 2012.

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Pedro CANTOS-SANCHEZ, Rafael MONER-COLONQUES, José J SEMPERE-MONERRIS and Oscar ALVAREZ-SANJAIME. Viability of new road infrastructure with heterogenous users. Transportation Research Part A, 45(5), 435)450, 2011.

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Rafael MONER-COLONQUES, José J. SEMPERE-MONERRIS and Amparo URBANO. Product line choice in retail duopoly. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 20(3), 777-802, 2011.

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Thierry BRECHET and Pierre M. PICARD. The economics of airport noise: how to manage markets for noise licences. Transport Research Part D, 17(2), 169-178, 2012.

2426.
Dunia LOPEZ-PINTADO. Influence networks. Games and Economic Behavior, 75(2), 776-787, 2012.

2425.
Koen DECANCQ. Elementary multivariate rearrangements and stochastic dominance on a Fréchet class. Journal of Economic Theory, 147(4), 1450-1459, 2012.

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Saber SAATI, Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Madjid TAVAVA and Elham HAJIAHKONDI. A two-fold linear programming model with fuzzy data. International Journal of Fuzzy System Applications, 2(3), 1-12, 2012.

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Olivier DEVOLDER, François GLINEUR and Yurii NESTEROV. Double smoothing technique for large-scale linearly constrained convex optimization. SIAM Journal on Optimimzaiton, 22(2), 702-727, 2012.

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Hippolyte d'ALBIS and David de la CROIX. Missing daughters, missing brides? Economics Letters, 116(3), 358-360, 2012.

2421.
Laurence JACQUET and Dirk VAN de GAER. A comparison of optimal tax policies when compensation or responsibility matter. Journal of Public Economics, 95(11-12), 1248-1262, 2011.

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David de la CROIX, Pierre PESTIEAU and Grégory PONTHIERE. How powerful is demography? The Serendipity Theorem revisited. Journal of Population Economics, 25(3), 899-922, 2012.

2419.
Laurent VAN MALDEREN, Bart JOURQUIN, Isabelle THOMAS, Thomas VANOUTRIVE, Ann VERHETSEL and Frank WITLOX. On the mobility policies of companies: what are the good practices? The Belgian case. Transport Policy, 21, 10-19, 2012.

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Thomas VANOUTRIVE, Elien VAN DE VIJVER, Laurent VAN MALDEREN, Bart JOURQUIN, Isabelle THOMAS, Ann VERHETSEL and Frank WITLOX. What determines carpooling to workplaces in Belgium: location, organisation, or promotion? Journal of Transport Geography, 22, 77-86, 2012.

2417.
Claire DUJARDIN, Maria-Isabel FARFAN-PORTET, Richard MITCHELL, Frank POPHAM, Isabelle THOMAS and Vincent LORANT. Does country infuence the health burden of informal care? An international comparison between Belgium and Great Britain. Social Science & Medicine, 73(8), 1123-1132, 2012.

2416.
Bas de GEUS, Grégory VANDENBULCKE, Luc INT PANIS, Isabelle THOMAS, Bart DEGRAEUWE, Elke CUMPS, Joris AERTSENS, Rudi TORFS and Romain MEEUSEN. A prospective cohort sutdy on minor accidents involving commuter cyclists in Belgium. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 25, 683-693, 2012.

2415.
Richard MITCHELL, Claire DUJARDIN, Frank POPHAM, Maria-Isabel FARFAN PORTET, Isabelle THOMAS and Vincent LORANT. Using matched areas to explore international differences in population health. Social Science & Medicine, 73(8), 1113-1122, 2011.

2414.
Sébatien LAURENT and Francesco VIOLANTE. Volatility forecasts evaluation and comparison. WIREs Computational Statistics, 4(1), 1-12, 2012.

2413.
Jérôme LAHAYE, Sébastien LAURENT and Christopher J. NEELY. Jumps, cojumps and macro announcements. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 26(6), 893-921, 2011.

2412.
Madjid TAVANA, Rashed Khanjani SHIRAZ, Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Per J. AGRELL and Khalik PARYAB. Fuzzy stochastic data envelopment analysis with application to base realignement and closure (BRAC). Expert Systems with Applications, 39(15), 12247-12259, 2012.

2411.
Kris BOUDT, Christophe CROUX and Sébastien LAURENT. Robust estimation of intraweek periodicity in volatility and jum detection. Journal of Empirical Finance, 18(2), 353-367, 2011.

2410.
Mahmood REZAEI, Fahimeh SHAMSAEI, Iman MOHAMMADIAN and Mathieu VAN VYVE. A heuristic method to schedule training programs for small and medium enterprises. European Journal of Operational Research, 217(3), 600-608, 2012.

2409.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Ornella TAROLA. Product innovation and firms' ownership. Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 21(4), 323-343, 2012.

2408.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Ornella TAROLA. When "made in Italy" meets global competition: a theoretical appraisal. Journal of Industrial and Business Economics, 38(3), 31-52, 2011.

2407.
Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Madjid TAVANA and Ali EMROUZNEJAD. Productivity growth and efficiency measurement in fuzzy environments with an application to health care. International Journal of Fuzzy System Applications, 2(2), 1-35, 2012.

2406.
Saber SAATI, Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Per J. AGRELL and Madjid TAVANA. A common set of weight approach using an ideal decision making unit in data envelopment analysis. Journal of Industrial and Managment Optimization, 8(3), 623-637, 2012.

2405.
Pierre DEHEZ. Allocation of fixed costs: characterization of the (dual) weighted Shapley value. International Game Theory Review, 13(2), 141-157, 2011.

2404.
Carl GAIGNE, Stéphane RIOU and Jacques-François THISSE. Are compact cities environmentally friendly? Journal of Urban Economics, 72(2-3), 123-136, 2012.

2403.
Luc BAUWENS and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. On marginal likelihood computation in change-point models. Computationa Statistics and Data Analysis, 56(11), 3415-3429, 2012.

2402.
Isabelle THOMAS, Pierre FRANKHAUSER and Dominique BADARIOTTI. Comparing the fractality of European urban neighbourhoods: do national contexts matter? Journal of Geographical Systems, 14(2), 189-208, 2012.

2401.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Didier LAUSSEL and Nathalie SONNAC. Advertising and the rise of free daily newspapers. Economica, 34(2), 137-151, 2012.

2400.
Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO and John E. ROEMER.A common ground for resource and welfare egalitarianism. Games and Economic Behavior, 75(2), 832-841, 2012.

2399.
Jens Leth HOUGAARD, Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO and Lars Peter OSTERDAL.A unifying framework for the problem of adjudicating conflicting claims. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 48(2), 107-114, 2012.

2398.
Maik SCHWARZ, Sébastien VAN BELLEGEM and Jean-Pierre FLORENS. Nonparametric frontier estimation from noisy data. Chapter 3 in I. Van Keilegom and P.W. Wilson (eds), Exploring Research Frontiers in Contemporary Statistics and Econometrics. Berlin Heidelberg, Springer-Verlag, 45-64, 2011.

2397.
Julio DAVILA.The taxation of capital returns in overlapping generations models. Journal of Macroeconomics, 34(2), 441-453, 2012.

2396.
Pierre PESTIEAU and Emmanuel THIBAULT. Love thy children or money. Reflections on debt neutrality and estate taxation. Economic Theory, 50(1), 31-57, 2012.

2395.
Carlos RUIZ, Antonio J. CONEJO and Yves SMEERS. Equilibria in an ologopolistic electricity pool with stepwise offer curves. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 27(2), 752-761, 2012.

2394.
Marco di SUMMA and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Mixing sets linked by bidirected paths. SIAM Journal on Optimization, 21(4), 1594-1613, 2011.

2393.
Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Madjid TAVANA, Ali EMROUZNEJAD and Saber SAATI. Efficiency measurement in fuzzy additive data envelopment analysis. International Journal of Industrial and Systems Engineering, 10(1), 1-20, 2012.

2392.
Thierry BRECHET, Tsvetomir TSACHEV and Vladimir M. VELIOV. Markets for emission permits with free endowment: a vintage capital analysis. Optimal Control Applications and Methods, 33, 214-231, 2012.

2391.
Victor GINSBURGH. Où il est question d'Italo Calvino, de tulipes, de mariages et de quelques autres. Revue Economique, 62(4), 765-772, 2011.

2390.
Philippe CHEVALIER, Isabelle THOMAS, David GERAETS, Els GOETGHEBEUR, Olivier JANSSENS, Dominique PEETERS and Frank PLASTRIA. Locating fire stations: an integrated approach for Belgium. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 46(2), 173-182, 2012.

2389.
Nicolas GILLIS and François GLINEUR. Accelerated multiplicative updates and hierarchical ALS algorithms for nonnegative matrix factorization. Neural Computation, 24, 1085-1105, 2012.

2388.
Laurence A. WOLSEY. Using extended MIP formulations for a production/sequencing and a production/distribution problem. Chapter 19 in A.R. Mahjoub (ed.), Progress in Combinatorial Optimization, West-Sussex, Wiley, 545-557, 2011.

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David de la CROIX and Frédéric DOCQUIER. Do brain drain and poverty result from coordination failures? Journal of Economic Growth, 17(1), 1-26, 2012.

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Céline GICQUEL, Laurence WOLSEY and Michel MINOU. On discrete lot-sizing and scheduling on identical parallel machines. Optimization Letters, 6(3), 545-557, 2012.

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David de la CROIX and Axel GOSSERIES. The natalist bias of pollution control. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 63(2), 271-287, 2012.

2384.
Marco MARINUCCI and Wouter VERGOTE. Endogenous network formation in patent contests and its role as a barrier to entry. The Journal of Industrial Economics, LIX(4), 529-551, 2011.

2383.
LUC BAUWENS, Giordano MION and Jacques-François THISSE. The resistible decline of European Science. Recherches Economiques de Louvain - Louvain Economic Review, 77(4), 5-31, 2011.

2382.
Nicolas GILLIS and François GLINEUR. Low-rank matrix approximation with weights or missing data is NP-hard. SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications, 32(4), 1149-1165, 2011.

2381.
Nicolas GILLIS and François GLINEUR. A multilevel approach for nonnegative matrix factorization. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 236(7), 1708-1723, 2011.

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Georges CASAMATTA, Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Charities and the political support for estable taxation. Economics Letters, 115(3), 423-426, 2012.

2379.
Andreas EHRENMANN and Yves SMEERS. Generation capacity expansion in a risky environment: a stochastic equilibrium analysis. Operations Research, 59(6), 1332-1346, 2011.

2378.
Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Wealth and wealth transfer taxation: a survey. In E. Albi and J. Martinez-Vazquez (eds.), The Elgar Guide to Tax Systems. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 183-217, 2011.

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Pierre-André JOUVET, Pierrie PESTIEAU and Grégory PONTHIERE. Longevity and environmental quality in an OLG model. Journal of Economics, 100(3), 191-216, 2010.

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Per J. AGRELL and Peter BOGETOFT. Harmonizing the Nordic regulation of electricity distribution. In E. Bjorndal, M. Bjorndal, P.M. Pardalos and M. Rönnqvist (eds.), Energy, Natural Resources and Environmental Economics, 100(3), Berlin-Heidelberg, Springer-Verlag, 293-316, 2010.

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Ali EMROUZNEJAD, Mohsen ROSTAMY-MALKHALIFEH, Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Madjid TAVANA and Nazila AGHAYI. An overall profit Malmquist productivity index with fuzzy and interval data. Mathematical and Computer Modelling, 54(11-12), 2827-2838, 2011.

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Erik SCHOKKAERT, Luc VAN OOTEGEM and Elsy VERHOFSTADT. Preferences and subjective satisfaction measuring well-being on the job for policy evaluation. CESifo Economic Studies, 57(4), 683-714, 2011.

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Marc FLEURBAEY and Erik SCHOKKAERT. Equity in health and health care. In Mark V. Pauly,THomas G. Mcguire and Pedro P. Barros (eds.), Handbook of Health Economics, Vol. 2, New York, Elsevier, 1003-1092, 2012.

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Helmuth CREMER, Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR and Pierre PESTIEAU. Income taxation of couples and the tax unit choice. Journal of Population Economics, 25(2), 763-778 2012.

2371.
Tom TRUYTS. Signaling and indirect taxation. Journal of Public Economics, 96(3-4), 331-340, 2012.

2370.
Jacques H. DREZE. Nested identification of subjective probabilities. SERIEs: Journal of the Spanish Economic Association, 3(1-2), 259-271, 2012.

2369.
Helmuth CREMER, Pierre PESTIEAU and Mario RACIONERO. Unequal wages for equal utilities. International Tax and Public Finance, 18(4), 383-398, 2011.

2368.
Miren LAFOURCADE and Jacques-François THISSE. New economic geography: the role of transport costs. In A. de Palma, R. Lindsey, E. Quinet and R. Vickerman (eds.), A Handbook of Transport Economics, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 67-96, 2011.

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Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Ali EMROUZNEJAD and Madjid TAVANA. A taxonomy and review of the fuzzy data envelopment analysis literature: two decades in the making. European Journal of Operational Research, 214(2), 457-472, 2011.

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Helmuth CREMER, Firouz GAHVARI and Pierre PESTIEAU. Fertility, human capital accumulation, and the pension system. Journal of Public Economics, 95(11-12), 1272-1279, 2011.

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Gilles GRANDJEAN, Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Connections among farsighted agents. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 13(6), 935-955, 2011.

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Erik SCHOKKAERT. Philosophers and taboo trade-offs in health care. In A. Gosseries and Y. Vanderborght (eds.), Arguing about Justice. Essays for Philippe Van Parijs, Presses Universitaires die Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, 303-310, 2011.

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Jacques DREZE. Translations: economic efficiency and linguistic justice. In A. Gosseries and Y. Vanderborght (eds.), Arguing about Justice. Essays for Philippe Van Parijs, Presses Universitaires die Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, 207-218, 2011.

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Madjid TAVANA and Adel HATAMI-MARBINI. A group AHP-TOPSIS framework for human spaceflight mission planning at NASA. Expert Systems with Applications, 13588-13603, 2011.

2361.
Michel DENUIT and Louis EECKHOUDT. Bivariate stochastic dominance and substitute risk-(in)dependent utilities. Decision Analysis, 7(3), 302-312, 2010.

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Jacqueline BOUCHER and Yves SMEERS. Energy security and long-term arrangements. In J.-M. Glachant, D. Finon and A. de Hautecloque (eds.), Competition, Contracts and Electricity Markets. A New Perspective. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 13-37, 2011.

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Yurii NESTEROV. Barrier subgradiend method. Mathematical Programming B, 127(1), 31-56, 2011.

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Louis EECKHOUDT, Alban THOMAS and Nicolas TREICH. Correlated risks and the value of inforamtion. Journal of Economics, 102(1), 77-87, 2011.

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Yurii NESTEROV and Laura SCRIMALI. Solving strongly monotone variational and quasi-variational inequalities. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems, 31(4), 1383-1396, 2011.

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Jean GABSZEWICZ, Ornella TAROLA and Skerdilajda ZANAJ. On uncertainty when it affects successive markets. Economics Letters, 106(2), 133-136, 2010.

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Hylke VANDENBUSSCHE and Maurizio ZANARDI. The chilling trade effects of antidumping proliferation. European Economic Review, 54(6), 760-777, 2010.

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Pierre M. PICARD and David E. WILDASIN. Outsourcing, labor market pooling, and labor contracts. Journal of Urban Economics, 70(1), 47-60, 2011.

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Michel M. DENUIT and Louis EECKHOUDT. Stronger measures of higher-order risk attitudes. Journal of Economic Theory, 145(5), 2027, 2036, 2010.

2352.
Koen DECANCQ and Erwin OOGHE. Has the world moved forward? Economics Letters, 107(2), 266-269, 2010.

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Jacques-François THISSE. Geographical economics: a historical perspective. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 77(2-3), 141-168, 2011.

2350.
Sandra PONCET, Walter STEINGRESS and Hylke VANDENBUSSCHE. Financial constraints in China: firm-level evidence. China Economic Review, 21(3), 411-422, 2010.

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Geoffrey CARUSO, Gilles VUIDEL, Jean CAVAILHES, Pierre FRANKHAUSER, Dominique PEETERS and Isabelle THOMAS. Morphological similarities between DBM and a microeconomic model of sprawl. Journal of Geographical Analysis, 13(1), 31-48, 2011.

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Louis EECKHOUDT and Béatrice REY. Risk vulnerability: a graphical interpretation. Theory and Decision, 71(2), 227-234, 2011.

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David de la CROIX and Clara DELAVALLADE. Democracy, rule of law, corruption incentives, and growth. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 13(2), 155-187, 2011.

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Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Didier LAUSSEL and Nathalie SONNAC. The TV news scheduling game: when the face of the newscaster matters. Journal of Media Economics, 23(1), 17-23, 2010.

2345.
Stéphane ZUBER. The aggregation of preferences: can we ignore the past? Theory and Decision, 70(1), 367-384, 2011.

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Tanguy ISAAC. A new equilibrium in the one-sided asymmetric information market with pairwise meetings. Mathematical Social Sciences, 61(3), 152-156, 2011.

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Pierre M. PICARD and Patrice PIERETTI. Bank secrecy, illicit money and offshore financial centers. Journal of Public Economics, 95(7-8), 942-955, 2011.

2342.
Daisuke OYAMA, Yasuhiro SATO, Takatoshi TABUCHI and Jacques-François THISSE. On the impact of trade on the industrial structures of nations. International Journal of Economic Theory, 7(1), 93-109, 2011.

2341.
Thomas BAUDIN. Family policies: What does the standard endogenous fertility model tell us? Journal of Public Economic Theory, 13(4), 555-593, 2011.

2340.
Gianmarco I.P. OTTAVIANO and Jacques-François THISSE. Monopolistic competition, multiproduct firms and product diversity. The Manchester School, 79(5), 938-951, 2011.

2339.
Paul BELLEFAMME and Martin PEITZ. Platform competition and seller investment incentives. European Economic Review, 54(8), 1059-1076, 2010.

2338.
Huasheng SONG, Jacques-François THISSE and Xiwei ZHU. Urbanization and/or rural industrialization in China. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 42(1-2), 126-134, 2011.

2337.
Ana MAULEON, Vincent J. VANNETELBOSCH and Wouter VERGOTE. Von Neumann-Morgenstern farsightedly stable sets in two-sided matching. Theoretical Economics, 6(3), 499-521, 2011.

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Axel GAUTIER and Dimitri PAOLINI. Universital service financing in competitive postal markets: one size does not fill all. Review of Network Economics, 10(3), Article 6, 2011.

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Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Jacek B KRAWCZYK and Thomas VALLEE. Environmental quality versus economic performance: a dynamic game approach. Optimal Control Applications and Methods, 32(1), 29-46, 2011.

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Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Natali HRITONENKO and Yurii NESTEROV. Scarcity, regulation and endogenous technical progress. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 47(2), 186-199, 2011.

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Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Giorgio FABRI and Fausto GOZZI. Maintenance and investment: complements or substitutes? A reappraisal. Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, 34(12), 2420-2439, 2010.

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Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Jacek B. KRAWCZYK and Thomas VALLEE. Towards an understanding of tradeoffs between regional wealth, tightness of a common environmental constraint and the sharing rules. Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, 34(9), 1813-1835, 2010.

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Jorge ALCADE-UNZU and Elena MOLIS. Exchange of indivisible goods and indifferences: the top trading absorbing set mechanisms. Games and Economic Behavior, 73(1), 1-16, 2011.

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Jan JOHANNES, Sébastien VAN BELLEGEM and Anne VANHEMS. Convergence rates for ill-posed inverse problems with an unknown operator. Econometric Theory, 27(3), 522-545, 2011.

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Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Saber SAATI and Madjid TAVANA. Data envelopment analysis with fuzzy parameters: an interactive approach. International Journal of Operations Research and Information Systems, 2(3), 39-53, 2011.

2328.
Renaud BEAUPAIN, Pierre GIOT and Mikael PETITJEAN. Volatility regimes and liquidity co-movements in cap-based portfolios. Finance, 31(1), 55-79, 2010.

2327.
Pierre GIOT and Mikael PETITJEAN. On the statistical and economic performance of stock return predictive regression models: an international perspective. Quantitative Finance, 11(2), 175-193, 2011.

2326.
Johanna M.M. GOERTZ and François MANIQUET. On the informational efficiency of simple scoring rules. Journal of Economic Theory, 146(4), 1464-1480, 2011.

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Paul  BELEFLAMME and Cecilia VERGARI. Incentive to innovate in oligopolies. The Manchester School, 79(1), 6-28, 2011.

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Helmuth CREMER, Firouz GAHVARI and Pierre PESTIEAU. Stochastic fertility, moral hazard, and the design of pay-as-you-go pension plans. CESifo Economic Studies, 57(2), 332-348, 2011.

2323.
David CRAINICH, Hervé LELEU and Ana MAULEON. Hospital's activity-based financing system and manager: physician interaction. The European Journal of Health Economics, 12(5), 417-427, 2011.

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Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Madjid TAVANA and Alireza EBRAHIMI. A full fuzzified data envelopment analysis model. International Journal of Information and Decision Sciences, 3(3), 252-264, 2011.

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Olivier BOS. How lotteries outperform auctions. Economics Letters, 110(3), 262-264, 2011.

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Jean-Pierre FLORENS, Jan JOHANNES and Sébastien VAN BELLEGEM. Identification and estimation by penalization in nonparamatric instrumental regression. Econometric Theory, 27(3), 472-496, 2011.

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Victor A. GINSBURGH, Shlomo WEBER and Sheila WEYERS. The economics of literary translation: some theory and evidence. Poeticis, 39(3), 228-246, 2011.

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Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Victor A. GINSBURGH, Didier LAUSSEL and Shlomo WEBER. Foreign languages acquisition: self-learning and language schools. Review of Network Economics, 10(1), Article 1, 2011.

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Cédric CEULEMANS, Victor GINSBURGH and Patrick LEGROS. Rock and roll bands, (in)complete contracts, and creativity. American Economic Review: Papers & Proceedings, 101(3), 217-221, 2011.

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Victor A. GINSBURGH and Juan PRIETO-RODRIGUEZ. Returns to foreign languages of native workers in the European Union. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 64(3), 599-618, 2011.

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Santanu S. DEY and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Composite lifting of group inequalities and an application to two-row mixing inequalities. Discrete Optimization, 7(4), 256-268, 2010.

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Santanu S. DEY and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Constrained infinite group relaxations of MIPS.  Siam Journal on Optimization, 20(6), 2890-2912, 2010.

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Grégory VANDENBULCKE, Claire DUJARDIN, Isabelle THOMAS, Bas de GEUS, Bart DEGRAEUWE, Romain MEEUSEN and Luc INT PANIS. Cycle commuting in Belgium: spatial determinants and 're-cycling' strategies. Transportation Research Part A, 45(2), 118-137, 2011.

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Saber SAATI, Adel HATAMI-MARBINI and Madjid TAVANA. A data envelopment analysis model with discretionary and non-discretionary factor in fuzzy environments. International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management, 8(1), 45-63, 2011.

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Marc FLEURBAEY and François MANIQUET. Kolm's tax, tax credit, and the flat tax. In M. Fleurbaey, M. Salles and J.A. Weymark (eds.), Social Ethics and Normative Economics. Essays in Honour of Serge-Cristophe KOLM, Studies in Choice and Welfare, Heidelberg, Springer, 217-239, 2011.

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Cédric BAZET-SIMONI, Thierry BRECHET, Pierre OBSOMER, Fiorella QUADU et Véronique ROUSSEAUX. Face à l'éqpuisement du pétrole, quel rôle pour l'aménagement du territoire en Wallonie?. Regards Economiques,  87, avril 2011.

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Marie-Louise LEROUX, Pierre PESTIEAU and Grégory PONTHIERE. Longevity, genes and efforts: an optimal taxation approach to prevention. Journal of Health Economics, 30, 62-76, 2011.

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Marie-Louise LEROUX, Pierre PESTIEAU and Maria RACIONERO. Voting on pensions: sex and marriage. European Journal of Political Economy, 27(2), 281-296, 2011.

2307.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Skerdilajda ZANAJ. Free entry in successive oligopolies. International Journal of Economic Theory, 7(2), 179-188, 2011.

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Pierre-Philippe COMBES, Miren LAFOURCADE, Jacques-François THISSE and Jean-Claude TOUTAIN.  The rise and fall of spatial inequalities in France: A long-run perspective. Explorations in Economic History, 48(2), 243-271, 2011.

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Joe THARAKAN and Jacques-François THISSE. Market integration: trade versus economic geography. In M.N. Jovanovic (ed.), International Handbook on the Economics of Integration, Volume II. Competition, Spatial Location of Economic Activity and Financial Issues. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 119-147, 2011.

2304. Fred SCHROYEN and Adekola OYENUGA. Optimal pricing and capacity choice for a public service under risk of interruption. Journal of Regulatory Economics, 39(3), 252-282, 2011.

2303.
Luc BAUWENS, Arie PREMINGER and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. Theory and inference for a Markov switching Garch model. Econometrics Journal, 13(2), 218-244, 2010.

2302.
by Taoufik BOUEZMARNI, Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS and Abderrahim TAAMOUTI. Asymptotic properties of the Bernstein density copula estimator for alpha-maxing data. Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 101(1), 1-10, 2010.

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Taoufik BOUEZMARNI and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. Nonparametric density estimation for multivariate bounded data. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 140(1), 139-152, 2010.

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Taoufik BOUEZMARNI and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. Semiparametric multivariate density estimation for positive data using copulas. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 53(6), 2040-2054, 2009.

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Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS and Marno VERBEEK. Evaluating portfolio value-at-risk using semi-parametric GARCH models. Quantitative Finance, 9(6), 737-745, 2009

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Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. Voting over piece-wise linear tax methods. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 47(1), 29-36, 2011.

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Cécile TANNIER, Isabelle THOMAS, Gilles VUIDEL and Pierre FRANKHAUSER. A fractal approach to identifying urban boundaries. Geographical Analysis, 43(2), 211-227, 2011.

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Roland Iwan LUTTENS. Minimal rights based solidarity. Social Schoice and Welfare, 34(1), 47-64, 2010.

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Arastou KHATIBI and Wouter VERGOTE. Trade policy in the face of price and non-price strategies. Portuguese Economic Journal, 10(1), 3-21, 2011.

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Wouter VERGOTE. Collusion in repreated auctions: a simple dynamic mechanism. Economics Bulletin, 31(1), 714-721, 2011

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Christian SCHLUTER and Dirk VAN DE GAER. Upward structural mobility, exchange mobility, and subgroup consistent mobility measurement: U.S.-German mobility rankings revisited. Review of Income and Wealth, 57(1), 1-22, 2011

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Arne SCHOLLAERT and Dirk VAN DE GAER. Natural resources and internal conflict. Environmental and Resource Economics, 44(2), 145-165, 2009.

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Ana MAULEON, Jose J. SEMPERE MONERRIS and Vincent J. VANNETELBOSCH. Networks of manufacturers and retailers. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 77(3), 351-367, 2011.

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David de la CROIX and Marie VANDER DONCKT. Would empowering women initiate the demographic transition in least developed countries? Journal of Human Capital, 4(2), 85-129, 2010

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Marc FLEURBAEY. Assessing risky social situations. Journal of Political Economy, 118(4), 649-680, 2010.

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Pamina KOENING, Florian MAYNERIS et Sandra PONCET. Economies d'agglomération à l'exportation et difficulté d'accès aux marchés. Economie et Statistique, 435-436, 85-103, 2010.

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Philippe MARTIN, Thierry MAYER and Florian MAYNERIS
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Marie-Louise LEROUX. Endogenous differential mortality, non-contractible effort and non-linear taxation. International Tax and Public Finance, 18(1), 56-73, 2011.

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Antoine BOMMIER, Marie-Louise LEROUX and Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR. Differential mortality and social security. Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue Canadienne d'Economique, 44(1), 273-289, 2011.

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Marc FLEURBAEY and François MANIQUET. Compensation and responsibility. Chapter 22 in K.J. Arrow, A. Sen and K. Suzumura (eds.), Handbook of Social Choice and Welfare, Vol. 2, Amsterdam, North-Holland, 507-604, 2011.

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Jean-François LASLIER and François MANIQUET. Classical electoral competition under approval voting. Chapter 17 in J.-F. Laslier and M.R. Sanver (eds.), Handbook on Approval Voting, Studies in Choice and Welfare, Heidelberg, Springer, 415-429, 2010.

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Erwin OOGHE and Erik SCHOKKAERT. Is ELIE a wasteful minimum income scheme? Chapter 8 in C. Gamel and M. Lubrano (eds.), On Kolm's Theory of Macrojsutice. A Pluridisciplinary Forum of Exchange. Heidelberg, Springer, 235-255, 2010.

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François MANIQUET. An axiomatic study of the ELIE allocation rule. Chapter 6 in C. Gamel and M. Lubrano (eds.), On Kolm's Theory of Macrojsutice. A Pluridisciplinary Forum of Exchange. Heidelberg, Springer, 189-206, 2010.

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Biung-Ghi JU and Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. Progressive and merging-proof taxation. International Journal of Game Theory, 40(1), 43-62, 2011.

2279.
Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. A coalitional procedure leading to a family of bankruptcy rules. Operations Research Letters, 39(1), 1-3, 2011.

2278.
Adel HATAMI-MARBINI and Madjid TAVANA. An extension of the Electre I method for group decesion-making under a fuzzy environment. Omega, 39(4), 373-386, 2011.

2277.
Eric DRUENNE, Andreas EHRENMANN, Gauthier de MAERE d'AERTRYCKE and Yves SMEERS. Good-deal investment valuation in stochastic generation capacity expansion problems. Proceedings of the 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-44), IEEE Computer Society, 2011.

2276.
Thierry BRECHET, François GERARD and Henry TULKENS. Efficiency vs. stability in climate coalitions: a conceptual and computational appraisal.  The Energy Journal, 32(1), 49-75, 2011.

2275.
Olivier DURAND-LASSERVE, Axel PIERRU and Yves SMEERS. Uncertain long-run emission targets, CO2 price and global energy transition: a general equilibrium approach. Energy Policy, 38(9), 5108-5122, 2010.

2274.
Nicolas GILLIS and Robert J. PLEMMONS. Dismensionality reduction, classification, and spectral mixture analysis using non-negative underapproximation. Optical Engineering, article 027001, 50(2), 2011.

2273.
Philippe MARTIN, Thierry MAYER and Florian MAYNERIS. Spatial concentration and plant-level productivity in France. Journal of Urban Economics, 69(2), 182-195, 2011.

2272.
Michel M. DENUIT, Louis EECKHOUDT and Mario MENEGATTI. Correlated risks, bivariate utility and optimal choices. Economic Theory, 46(1), 39-54, 2011.

2271.
David de la CROIX and Michel LUBRANO. The tradeoff between growth and redistribution: ELIE in an overlapping generations model. Chapter 11 in C. Gamel and M. Lubrano (eds.), Macrojustice. A Pluridisciplinary Appraisal of Kolm's Theory, Heidelberg, Springer, 307-339, 2010.

2270.
Thierry BRECHET and Pierre M. PICARD. The price of silence: markets for noise licenses and airports. International Economic Review, 51(4), 1097-1125, 2010.

2269.
Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Myopia, redistribution and pensions. European Economic Review, 55(2), 165-175, 2011.

2268.
Marie-Louise LEROUX, Pierre PESTIEAU and Grégory PONTHIERE. Optimal linear taxation under endogenous longevity. Journal of Population Economics, 24(1), 213-237, 2011.

2267.
Takatoshi TABUCHI and Jacques-François THISSE. A new economic geography model of central places. Journal of Urban Economics, 69, 240-252, 2011.

2266.
Jean CAVAILHES, Pierre FRANKHAUSER, Dominique PEETERS and Isabelle THOMAS. Residential equilibrium in a multifractal metropolitan area. The Annals of Regional Science, 681-704, 45(3), 2010.

2265.
Maarten VAN DIJCK and Tom TRUYTS. Ideas, interests, and politics in the case of Belgian corn law repeal, 1834-1873. The Journal of Economic History, 7(1), 173-198, 2011.

2264.
Carmen HERRERO, Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO and Giovanni PONTI. On the adjudication of conflicting claims: an experimental study. Social Choice and Welfare, 34(1), 145-179, 2010.

2263.
Saber SAATI, Adel HATAMI-MARBINI and Madjid TAVANA. Data envelopment analysis: an efficient duo linear programming approach. International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management, 7(1), 90-103, 2011.

2262.
Claire DUJARDIN and Florence GOFFETTE-NAGOT. Neighborhood effects on unemployment? A test à la Altonji. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 40(4), 380-396, 2010.

2261.
Jacques-François THISSE. How transport costs shape the spatial pattern of economic activity. The Future for Interurban Passenger Transport. Bringer Citizens Closer Together. 18th International Symposium on Transport Economics and Policy, 16-18 November 2009, Madrid. OECD Publishing, Paris, 25-51, 2010.

2260.
Gautier de MAERE d'AERTRYCKE and Yves SMEERS. The valuation of power futures based on optimal dispatch. The Journal of Energy Markets, 3(3), 27-50, 2010.

2259.
Nicolas BOCCARD and Xavier Y. WAUTHY. Ensuring quality provision through capacity regulation under price competition. The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics, 10(1) (Topics), Article 47.

2258.
Adel HATAMI-MARBINI and Madjid TAVANA. An extension of the linear programming method with fuzzy parameters. International Journal of Mathematics in Operational Research, 3(1), 44-55, 2011.

2257.
Toshihiro OKUBO, Pierre M. PICARD and Jacques-François THISSE. The spatial selection of heterogeneous firms. Journal of International Economics, 82(2), 230-237, 2010.

2256.
Michele CONFORTI, Laurence A. WOLSEY and Giacomo ZAMBELLI. Projecting an extended formulation for mixed-integer covers on bipartite graphs. Mathematics of Operations Research, 35(3), 603-623, 2010.

2255.
Marco DI SUMMA and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Lot-sizing with stock upper bounds and fixed charges. SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics, 24(3), 853-875, 2010.

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Santanu S. DEY and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Two row mixed-integer cuts via lifting. Mathematical Programming Series B, 124(1-2), 143-174, 2010.

2253.
Victor GINSBURGH, Patrick LEGROS and Nicolas SAHUGUET. On the incidence of commissions in auction markets. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 28(6), 639-644, 2010.

2252.
Thomas BAUDIN. A role for cultural transmission in fertility transitions. Macroeconomic Dynamics, 14(4), 454-481, 2010.

2251.
Isabelle THOMAS, Pierre FRANKHAUSER, Benoît FRENAY and Michel VERLEYSEN. Clustering patterns of urban-built-up areas with curves of fractal scaling behaviour. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 37(5), 942-954, 2010.

2250.
P. Jean-Jacques HERINGS, Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Coalition formation among farsighted agents. Games, 1(3), 286-298, 2010.

2249.
Gilles GRANDJEAN, Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. A characterization of farsightedly stable networks. Games, 1(3), 226-241, 2010.

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Helmuth CREMER, Philippe DE DONDER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Education and social mobility. International Tax and Public Finance, 17(4), 357-377, 2010.

2247.
Jean HINDRIKS and Marijn VERSCHELDE. L'école de la chance.  Regards Economiques, 77, février 2010.

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Nicolas BOCCARD and Xavier Y. WAUTHY. Equilibrium vertical differentiation in a Bertrand model with capacity precommitment. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 28(3), 288-297, 2010.

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Ying WEI, Frank Y. CHEN, Mark LEE, Houmin YAN, Kenneth KONG and Chi Ho NG. Divide and conquer: from MTO to ATO/MTO. A case study of an electronics manufacturer. In T.C. Edwin Cheng and T.-M. Choi (eds.), Innovative Quick Response Programs in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, International Handbooks on Information Systems, Heidelberg, Springer, 331-354, 2010.

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Helmuth CREMER, Philippe DE DONDER, Dario MALDONADO and Pierre PESTIEAU. Commodity taxation under habit formation and myopia. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 10(1) (Contributions), Article 89, 2010.

2243.
Géraldine BOUS, Philippe FORTEMPS, François GLINEUR and Marc PIRLOT. ACUTA: a novel method for eliciting additive value functions on the basis of holistic preference statements. European Journal of Operational Journal, 206(2), 435-444, 2010.

2242.
Jonathan DENIES, Bruno DEHEZ, François GLINEUR and Hamid BEN AHMED. Impact of the material distribution formalism on the efficiency of evolutionary methods for topology optimization.  In M. Diehl, F. Glineur, E. Jarlebring and W. Michiels (eds.), Recent Advances in Optimization and its Applications in Engineering, Heidelberg, Springer, 489-498, 2010.

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Olivier DEVOLDER, François GLINEUR and Yurii NESTEROV. Solving infinite-dimensional optimizaiton problems by polynomial approximation. In M. Diehl, F. Glineur, E. Jarlebring and W. Michiels (eds.), Recent Advances in Optimization and its Applications in ENgineering, Heidelberg, Springer, 37-46, 2010.

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Claude d'ASPREMONT, Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Strategic R&D investment, competitive toughness and growth. International Journal of Economic Theory, 6(3), 273-295, 2010.

2239.
Geir B. ASHEIM, Claude d'ASPREMONT and  Kuntal BANERJEE. Generalized time-invariant overtaking. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 46(4), 519-533, 2010.

2238.
Claude d'ASPREMONT and Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA. Oligopolistic competition as a common agency game. Games and Economic Behavior, 70(1), 21-33, 2010.

2237.
Thérèse STEENBERGHEN, Koen AERTS and Isabelle THOMAS. Spatial clustering of events on a network. Journal of Transport Geography, 18(3), 411-418, 2010.

2236.
Nicola ACOCELLA, Giovanni DI BARTOLOMEO and Paolo G. PIACQUADIO. Conflict of interests, (implicit) coalitions and Nash policy games. Economics Letters, 105(3), 303-305, 2009.

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Rafael A. MELO and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Uncapacitated two-level lot-sizing. Operations Research Letters, 38(4), 241-245, 2010.

2234.
Luc BAUWENS and Genaro SUCARRAT. General-to-specific modeling of exchange rate volatility: a forecast evaluation. International Journal of Forecasting, 26(4), 885-907, 2010.

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Vincent D. BLONDEL and Yurii NESTEROV. Polynomial-time computation of the joint spectral radius for some sets of nonnegative matrices. Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications, 31(3), 865-876, 2009.

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Michel JOURNEE, Yurii NESTEROV, Peter RICHTARIK and Rodolphe SEPULCHRE. Generalized ower method for sparse principal component analysis. Journal of Machine Learning Research, 11, 517-553, 2010.

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Joris AERTSENS, Bas de GEUS,  Grégory VANDENBULCKE, Bart DeGRAEUWE, Steven BROEKX, Leo DE NOCKER, Inge LIEKENS, Inge MAYERES, Romain MEEUSEN, Isabelle THOMAS, Rudi TORFS, Hanny WILLEMS and Luc INT PANIS. Commuting by bike in Belgium, the costs of minor accidents. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 42(6), 2140-2157, 2010.

2230.
Jacques-François THISSE and Isabelle THOMAS. Bruxelles au sein de l'économie belge: un bilan. Regards Economiques, 80, juin 2010.

2229.
Thomas VANOUTRIVE, Laurent VAN MALDEREN, Bart JOURQUIN, Isabelle THOMAS, Ann VERHETSEL and Frank WITLOX. Mobility management measures by employers:overview and exploratory analysis for Belgium. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure, 10(2), 121-141, 2010.

2228.
Olivier BOCHET and François MANIQUET. Virtual Nash implementation with admissible support. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 46(1), 99-108, 2010.

2227.
Marie-Louise LEROUX. The political economy of social security under differential longevity and voluntary retirement. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 12(1), 151-170, 2010.

2226.
Tanguy ISAAC. Information revelation in markets with pairwise meetings: complete revelation in dynamic analysis. The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics, 10(1) (Topics), Article 2, 2010.

2225.
Pamina KOENIG, Florian MAYNERIS and Sandra PONCET. Local export spillovers in France. European Economic Review, 54(4), 622-641, 2010.

2224.
Pierre GIOT and Mikael PETITJEAN. Short-term market timing using the bond-equity yield ratio. The European Journal of Finance, 15(4), 365-384, 2009.

2223.
Pierre GIOT, Sébastien LAURENT and Mikael PETITJEAN. Trading activity, realized volatility and jumps. Journal of Empirical Finance, 17(1), 168-175, 2010.

2222.
Jean CAVAILHES, Pierre FRANKHAUSER, Geoffrey CARUSO, Dominique PEETERS, Isabelle THOMAS and Gilles VUIDEL. Morphological similarities between DBM and an economic geography model of city growth. Complex Sciences. Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, 4(1), 417-428, 2009.

2221.
Tom COUPE, Victor GINSBURGH and Abdul NOURY. Are leading papers of better quality? Evidence from a natural experiment.Oxford Economic Papers, 62(1), 1-11, 2010.

2220.
Andrea SILVESTRINI. Testing fiscal sustainability in Poland: a Bayesian analysis of cointegration. Empirical Economics, 39(1), 241-274,2010.

2219.
Axel GAUTIER and Xavier WAUTHY. Price competition under universal service obligations. International Journal of Economic Theory, 6(3), 311-326, 2010.

2218.
Marc GERMAIN, Henry TULKENS and Alphonse MAGNUS. Dynamic core-theoretic cooperation in a two-dimensional international environmental model. Mathematical Social Sciences, 59(2), 208-226, 2010.

2217.
Thierry BRECHET, Johan EYCKMANS, François GERARD, Philippe MARBAIX, Henry TULKENS and Jean-Pascal VAN YPERSELE. The impact of the unilateral EU commitment on the stability of international climage agreements. Climate Policy, 10(2), 148-166, 2010.

2216.
Frédéric MURPHY and Yves SMEERS. On the impact of forward markets on investments in oligopolistic markets with reference to electricity. Operations Research, 58(3), 515-528, 2010.

2215.
Amir H. SHOKOUHI, Adel HATAMI-MARBINI, Madjid TAVANA and Saber SAATI. A robust optimization approach for imprecise data envelopment analysis. Computers & Industrial Engineering, 59(3), 387-397, 2010.

2214.
Mathieu LEFEBVRE, Tim COELLI and Pierre PESTIEAU. On the convergence of social protection performance in the European Union. CESifo Economic Studies, 56(2), 300-322, 2010.

2213.
Thierry BRECHET et Henry TULKENS. Mieux répartir les coûts de la politique climatique. La vie des idées.fr, Décembre 2009.

2212.
Xavier Y. WAUTHY. Market coverage and the nature of product differentiation: a note. Economics Bulletin, 30(2), 1129-1136, 2010.

2211.
Luc INT PANIS, BAS DE GEUS, Grégory VANDENBULCKE, Hanny WILLEMS, Bart DEGRAEUWE, Nico BLEUX, Vinit MISHRA, Isabelle THOMAS and Romain MEEUSEN. Exposure to particulate matter in traffic: A comparison of cyclists and car passengers. Atmospheric Environment, 44(19), 2263-2270, 2010.

2210.
Michel M. DENUIT and Louis EECKHOUDT. A general index of absolute risk attitude. Management Science, 56(4), 712-715, 2010.

2209.
Miguel CONSTANTINO, Andrew J. MILLER and Mathieu VAN VYVE. Mixing MIR inequalities with two divisible coefficients. Mathematical Programming Series A, 123(2), 451-483, 2010.

2208.
W. Henry CHIU and Louis EECKHOUDT. The effects of stochastic wages and non-labor income on labor supply: update and extensions. Journal of Economics, 100(1), 69-83, 2010.

2207.
Michel DENUIT, Louis EECKHOUDT and Béatrice REY. Some consequences of correlation aversion in decision science. Annals of Operations Research, 176(1), 259-269, 2010.

2206.
Louis EECKHOUDT and Harris SCHLESINGER. On the utility premium of Friedman and Savage. Economics Letters, 105, 46-48, 2009.

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Yuri YATSENKO, Raouf BOUCEKKINE and Natali HRITONENKO. On explosive dynamics in R&D-based models of endogenous growth. Nonlinear Analysis, 71(12), e693-e700, 2009.

2204.
Raouf BOUCEKKINE and Jean-Pierre LAFFARGE. On the distributional consequences of epidemics. Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, 34(2), 231-245, 2010.

2203.
Oscar AMERIGHI. Transfer pricing and enforcement policy in oligopolistic markets. In S. Brakman and H. Garretsen (eds.), Foreign Direct and the Multinational Enterprise. Cambridge (MA), MIT PRess, 117-153, 2008.

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Oscar AMERIGHI and Susana PERALTA. The proximity-concentration trade-off with profit shifting.. Journal of Urban Economics, 68(1), 90-101, 2010.

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Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Market integration and strike activity. Journal of International Economics, 81(1), 154-161, 2010.

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Ana MAULEON, Huasheng SONG and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Networks of free tarde agreements among heterogeneous countries. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 12(3), 471-500, 2010.

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Alain JOUSTEN, Mathieu LEFEBVRE, Sergio PERELMAN and Pierre PESTIEAU. The effects of early retirement on youth unemployment: the case of Belgium. In J. Gruber and D.A. Wise (eds.), Social Security Programs and Retirement Around the World. The Relationship to Youth Employment. Chicago and London, The University of Chicago Press, 47-76, 2010.

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Axel GAUTIER and Florian HEIDER. The benefit and cost of winner-picking: redistribution versus incentives. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 165(4), 622-649, 2010.

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Erik SCHOKKAERT, Tom VAN OURTI, Diana DE GRAEVE, Ann LECLUYSE and Carine VAN DE VOORDE. Supplemental health insurance and equality of access in Belgium.  Health Economics, 19(4), 377-395, 2010.

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Ilke VAN BEVEREN and Hylke VANDENBUSSCHE.  Product and process innovation and firms' decision to export. Journal of Economic Policy Reform, 13(1), 3-24, 2010.

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Héléna BELTRAN-LOPEZ, Pierre GIOT and Joachim GRAMMIG. Commonalities in the order book. Financial Markets and Portfolio Management, 23(3), 209-242, 2009.

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Jacques-François THISSE. Toward a unified theory of economic geography and urban economics. Journal of Regional Science, 50(1), 281-296, 2010.

2193.
Rafael A. MELO and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Optimizing production and transportation in a commit-to-delivery business mode. European Journal of Operational Research, 203(3), 614-618, 2010.

2192.
Karen AARDAL and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Lattice based extended formulations for integer linear equality systems. Mathematical Programming Series A, 121(2), 337-352, 2010.

2191.
Nadjib BRAHIMI, Stéphane DAUZERE-PERES and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Polyhedral and Lagrangian approaches for lot sizing with production time windows and setup times.  Computer & Operations Research, 37(1), 182-188, 2010.

2190.
Kent ANDERSEN and Yves POCHET. Coefficient strengthening: a tool for reformulating mixed-integer programs. Mathematical Programming Series A, 122(1), 121-154, 2010.

2189.
Ann VERHETSEL, Isabelle THOMAS and Marjan BEELEN. Commuting in Belgian metropolitan areas. The power of the Alonso-Muth model. Journal of Transport and Land Use, 2(3/4), 109-131, 2010.

2188.
François VANDERBECK and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Reformulation and decomposition of integer programs.  In M. Jünger et al. (eds.), 50 Years of Integer Programming 1958-2008, Berlin-Heidelberg, Springer Verlag, 431-502, 2010.

2187.
Nicolas GILLIS and François GLINEUR. Using underapproximations for sparse nonnegative matrix factorization.  Pattern Recognition, 43, 1676-1687, 2010.

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Ying WEI and Tsan-MIng CHOI.  Mean-variance analysis of supply chains under wholesale pricing and profit sharing schemes.  European Journal of Operational Research, 204, 255-262, 2010.

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Julio DAVILA, Jan EECKHOUT and César MARTINELLI.  Bargaining over public goods. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 11(6),927-945, 2009.

2184.
François MANIQUET and Yves SPRUMONT. Sharing the cost of a public good: An incentive-constrained axiomatic approach. Games and Economic Behavior, 68, 275-302, 2010.

2183.
Ronan CONGAR and François MANIQUET. A trichotomy of attitudes for decision-making under complete ignorance. Mathematical Social Sciences, 59, 15-25, 2010.

2182.
Pierre M. PICARD and Takatoshi TABUCHI. Self-organized agglomerations and transport costs. Economic Theory, 42(3), 565-589, 2010.

2181.
Elena DEL REY and Maria RACIONERO. Financing schemes for higher education. European Journal of Political Economy, 26(1), 104-113, 2010.

2180.
Emmanuelle AURIOL and Pierre M. PICARD. Infrastructure and public utilities privatization in developing countries. The World Bank Economic Review, 23(1), 77-100, 2009.

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Cagatay KAYI and Eve RAMAEKERS. Characterizations of Pareto-efficient, fair, and strategy-proof allocation rules in queueing problems. Games and Economic Behavior, 68, 220-232, 2010.

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Yves SMEERS. Regulation of the restructured electricity sector: some comments.  In CIFoP (eds.), Quel Etat pour quelles performances économiques.  18ème Congrès des Economistes de Langue française, Bruxelles, 26 novembre 2009. Charleroi, CIFoP, 365-393, 2009.

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Henry TULKENS. Institutional design for the Brussels area and values for the Belgian community. Brussel Studies, 26, 1-11, 2009.

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Kristian BEHRENS and Pierre M. PICARD. Bidding for horizontal multinationals. Journal of the European Economic Association, 6(6), 1244-1278, 2008.

2175.
Pierre M. PICARD and Eric TOULEMONDE. On monopolistic competition and optimal product diversity: workers' rents also matter. Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'Economique, 42(4), 1347-1360, 2009.

2174.
Emmanuelle AURIOL and Pierre M. PICARD. Government outsourcing: public contracting with private monopoly. The Economic Journal, 119, 1464-1493, 2009.

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Claire DUJARDIN, Dominique PEETERS and Isabelle THOMAS. Neighbourhood effects and endogeneity issues.  In F. Bavaud & C. Mager (eds.), Handbook of Theoretical and Quantitative Geography.Unil, FGSE Workshop Series n° 2, Université de Lausanne, 29-71, 2009.

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F. BABONNEAU and Jean-Philippe VIAL. A partitioning algorithm for the network loading problem. European Journal of Operational Research, 204(1), 173-179, 2009.

2171
P. Jean-Jacques HERINGS, Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Farsightedly stable networks. Games and Economic Behavior, 67(2), 526-541, 2009.

2170.
Carl GAIGNE and Jacques-François THISSE. Aging nations and the future of cities. Journal of Regional Science, 49(4), 663-688, 2009.

2169.
François MANIQUET. Social orderings for the assignment of indivisible objects. Journal of Economic Theory, 143, 199-215, 2008.

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Dominique PEETERS and Isabelle THOMAS. Network autocorrelation. Geographical Analysis, 41, 436-443, 2009.

2167.
Geoffrey CARUSO, Dominique PEETERS, Jean CAVAILHES and Mark ROUNSEVELL. Space-time patterns of urban sprawl, a 1D cellular automata and microeconomic approach. Environmental and Planning B: Planning and Design, 36, 968-988, 2009.

2166.
Kristof BOSMANS and Erik SCHOKKAERT. Equality preference in the claims problem: a questionnaire study of cuts in earnings and pensions. Social Choice and Welfare, 33, 533-557, 2009.

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Guillaume R. FRECHETTE, François MANIQUET and Massimo MORELLI. Incumbents' interests and gender quotas. American Journal of Political Science, 52(4), 891-907, 2008.

2164.
Claire DUJARDIN and Florence GOFFETTE-NAGOT. Does public housing occupancy increase unemployment? Journal of Economic Geography, 9, 823-851, 2009.

2163.
Jean-Sébastien TRANCREZ, Pierre SEMAL and Philippe CHEVALIER. Histogram based bounds and approximations for production lines. European Journal of Operational Research, 197, 1133-1141, 2009.

2162.
Louis EECKHOUDT, Johanna ETNER and Fred SCHROYEN. The values of relative risk aversion and prudence: A context-free interpretation. Mathematical Social Sciences, 58, 1-7, 2009.

2161.
Carole DEMBOUR and Xavier WAUTHY. Investment in public infrastructure with spillovers and tax competition between contiguous regions. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 39, 679-687, 2009.

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Raouf Boucekkine, Rodolphe DESBORDES and Hélène LATZER. How do epidemics induce behavioral changes? Journal of Economic Growth, 14, 233-264, 2009.

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David ENCAOUA and Yassine LEFOUILI.  Licensing 'weak' patents. The Journal of Industrial Economics, LVII(3), 492-525, 2009.

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Marie-Louise LEROUX and Grégory PONTHIERE. Optimal tax policy and expected longevity: a mean and variance utility approach. International Tax and Public Finance, 16, 514-537, 2009.

2157.
Pierre PESTIEAU and Mario RACIONERO. Optimal redistribution with unobservable disability: welfarist versus non-welfarist social objectives. European Economic Review, 53, 636-644, 2009.

2156.
Philippe CHEVALIER and Jean-Christophe VAN den SCHRIECK. Optimizing the staffing and routing of small-size hierarchical call centers. Production and Operations Management, 17(2), 306-319, 2008.

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P. Jean-Jacques HERINGS, Gerard van der LAAN and Dolf TALMAN. The average tree solution for cycle-free graph games. Games and Economic Behavior, 62, 77-92, 2008.

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P. Jean-Jacques HERINGS, Gerard van der LAAN, Dolf TALMAN and Zaifu YANG. A fixed point theorem for discontinuous functions. Operations Research Letters, 36, 89-93, 2008.

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P. Jean-Jacques HERINGS and Kirsten I.M. ROHDE. On the completeness of complete markets. Economic Theory, 37, 171-201, 2008.

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P. Jean-Jacques HERINGS and Arnald J. KANNING. Harmonization of private law on a global level. International Review of Law and Economics, 28, 256-262, 2008.

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Joe THARAKAN and Jean-Philippe TROPEANO. On the impact of labor market matching on regional disparities. Journal of Regional Science, 49(1), 57-80, 2009.

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Pierre PESTIEAU and Motohiro SATO. Long-term care: the state, the market and the family. Economica, 75, 435-454, 2008.

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Natali HHRITONENKO and Yuri YATSENKO. Integral equation of optimal replacement: analysis and algorithms. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 33, 2737-2747, 2009.

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Natali HHRITONENKO and Yuri YATSENKO. From linear to nonlinear utility in vintage capital models. Mathematical Population Studies, 15, 230-248, 2008.

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Helmuth CREMER, Philippe De DONDER, Dario MALDONADO and Pierre PESTIEAU.  Forced saving, redistribution, and nonlinear social security schemes.  Southern Economic Journal, 76(1), 86-98, 2009.

2146.
Michele CONFORTI, Marco DI SUMMA, Friedrich EISENBRAND and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Network formulations of mixed-integer programs. Mathematics of Operations Research, 34(1), 194-209, 2009.

2145.
Yves POCHET and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Single item lot-sizing with non-decreasing capacities. Mathematical Programming Ser. A, 121, 123-143, 2010.

2144.
Giacomo VALLETTA. A fair solution to the compensation problem. Social Choice and Welfare, 32, 455- 478, 2009.

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Dominique VANNESTE, Isabelle THOMAS and Lieve VANDERSTRAETEN. The spatial structure(s) of the Belgian housing stock. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 23, 173-198, 2008.

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V. EKSLER, S. LASSARRE and I. THOMAS. Regional analysis of road mortality in Europe. Public Health, 122, 826-837, 2008.

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Marc FLEURBAEY and Erik SCHOKKAERT. Unfair inequalities in health and health care. Journal of Health Economics, 28, 73-90, 2009.

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Koen DECANCQ, André DECOSTER and Erik SCHOKKAERT. The evolution of world inequality in well- being. World Development, 37(1), 11-25, 2009.

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Erik SCHOKKAERT and Carine VAN DE VOORDE. Direct versus indirect standardization in risk adjustment. Journal of Health Economics, 28, 361-374, 2009.

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Erik SCHOKKAERT. Critical notice: Macrojustice as a research programme. Economics and Philosophy, 25, 69-84, 2009.

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Marco MARINUCCI. Optimal ownership in joint ventures with contributions of asymmetric partners. Journal of Economics, 97, 141-163, 2009.

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Jean-Yves GNABO, Sébastien LAURENT and Christelle LECOURT. Does transparency in central bank intervention policy bring noise to the FX market? The case of the Bank of Japan. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, 19, 94-111, 2009.

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Michel BEINE, Sébastien LAURENT and Franz C. PALM. Central bank FOREX interventions assessed using realized moments. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, 19, 112-127, 2009.

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Kirill BORISSOV and Stéphane LAMBRECHT. Growth and distribution in an AK-model with endogenous impatience. Economic Theory, 39, 93-112, 2009.

2133.
Pierre GIOT. L'irrésistible ascension de la finance comportementale. Bank- en Financiewezen/Revue bancaire et financière, 156-158, 2009.

2132.
Helena BELTRAN, Alain DURRE' and Pierre GIOT. Volatility regimes and order book liquidity: Evidence from the Belgian segment of Euronext. Global Finance Journal, 20, 80-97, 2009.

2131.
Jan FIDRMUC, Victor GINSBURGH and Shlomo WEBER. Voting on the choice of core languages in the European Union. European Journal of Political Economy, 25, 56-62, 2009.

2130.
Luc CHAMPARNAUD, Victor GINSBURGH and Philippe MICHEL. Can public arts education replace arts subsidization? Journal of Cultural Economics, 32(2), 109-126, 2008.

2129.
Louis EECKHOUDT and Pierre PESTIEAU. A note on longevity enhancing investment. Economic Letters, 101, 57-59, 2008.

2128.
Filippo L. CALCIANO and Mario TIRELLI. Public versus private old-age pensions in Europe. European View, 7, 277-286, 2008.

2127.
Filippo L. CALCIANO. Reforming European competition policy. European View, 8, 125-131, 2009.

2126.
Thierry BRECHET, Stéphane LAMBRECHT and Fabien PRIEUR. Intertemporal transfers of emission quotas in climate policies. Economic Modelling, 26, 126-134, 2009.

2125.
Luc BAUWENS and Giuseppe STORTI. A component GARCH model with time varying weights. Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics & Econometrics, 13(2), 1-31, 2009.

2124.
Per J. AGRELL and Jerome POUYET. Regulatory competition in network interconnection pricing. Review of Network Economics, 7(1), 111-135, 2008.

2123.
Luc BAUWENS and Nikolaus HAUTSCH. Modelling financial high frequency data using point processes. In T.G. Andersen, R.A. Davis, J.-P. Kreiss, and T. Mikosch (eds.), Handbook of Financial Time Series. Springer-Verlag Heidelberg, 953-979, 2009.

2122.
Paul BELLEFLAMME. How efficient is the Patent System? A general appraisal and an application to the pharmaceutical sector. In A. Gosseries, A. Marciano and A. Strowel (eds.), Intellectual Property and Theories of Justice. Palgrave Macmillan, 210-229, 2008.

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Yuri YATSENKO and Natali HRITONENKO. Technological breakthroughs and asset replacement. The Engineering Economist, 54, 81-100, 2009.

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Thierry BRECHET and Henry TULKENS. Beyond BAT: Selecting optimal combinations of available techniques, with an example from the limestone industry. Journal of Environmental Management, 90, 1790- 1801, 2009.

2119.
Paul BELLEFLAMME and Eric TOULEMONDE. Negative intra-group externalities in two-sided markets. International Economic Review, 50(1), 245-272, 2009.

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Giorgia OGGIONI and Yves SMEERS. Evaluating the impact of average cost based contracts on the industrial sector in the European emission trading scheme. Central European Journal of Operations Research, 17, 181-217, 2009.

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Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Didier LAUSSEL and Michel LE BRETON. The mixed strategy Nash equilibrium of the television news scheduling game. The Journal of Industrial Economics (JIE) Notes and Comments page (http://www.essex.ac.uk/jindec/notes.htm).

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Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Fernando DEL RIO and Blanca MARTINEZ. Technological progress, obsolescence, and depreciation. Oxford Economic Papers, 61, 440-466, 2009.

2115.
Théophile T. AZOMAHOU, Raouf BOUCEKKINE and Bity DIENE. A closer look at the relationship between life expectancy and economic growth. International Journal of Economic Theory, 5, 201-244, 2009.

2114.
Raouf BOUCEKKINE and Marc GERMAIN. The burden sharing of pollution abatement costs in multi- regional open economies. The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics, 9(1), 1-32, 2009.

2113.
Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. The proportional rule for multi-issue bankruptcy problems. Economics Bulletin, 29(1), 483-490, 2009.

2112.
Jozef KONINGS and Hylke VANDENBUSSCHE. Heterogeneous responses of firms to trade protection. Journal of International Economics, 76, 371-383, 2008.

2111.
Carmen HERRERO and Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. Estimating production costs in the economic evaluation of health-care programs. Health Economics, 18, 21-35, 2009.

2110.
Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. Interdependent preferences in the design of equal-opportunity policies. In Emerald Group Publishing Limited (eds.), Inequality and Opportunity: Papers from the Second ECINEQ Society Meeting, Research on Economic Inequality, 16, 49-65, 2008.

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Carmen HERRERO and Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. Opportunity analysis of newborn screening programs. Review of Economic Design, 12, 259-277, 2008.

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David DE LA CROIX. Adult longevity and economic take-off from Malthus to Ben-Porath. In Neri Salvadori (eds.), Institutional and Social Dynamics of Growth and Distribution. Edward Elgard, 172-190, 2009.

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David DE LA CROIX and Clara DELAVALLADE. Growth, public investment and corruption with failing institutions. Economics of Governance, 10, 187-219, 2009.

2106.
David DE LA CROIX and Axel GOSSERIES. Population policy through tradable procreation entitlements. International Economic Review, 50(2), 507-542, 2009.

2105.
David DE LA CROIX and Matthias DOEPKE. To segregate or to integrate: Education politics and democracy. Review of Economic Studies, 76, 597-628, 2009.

2104.
David DE LA CROIX, Thomas LINDH and Bo MALMBERG. Demographic change and economic growth in Sweden: 1750-2050. Journal of Macroeconomics, 31, 132-148, 2009.

2103.
David DE LA CROIX and Alessandro SOMMACAL. A theory of medical effectiveness, differential mortality, income inequality and growth for pre-industrial England. Mathematical Population Studies, 16, 2-35, 2009.

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Kurt M. ANSTREICHER and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Two "well known" properties of subgradient optimization. Mathematical Programming, Ser. B, 120, 213-220, 2009.

2101.
Kristian BEHRENS, Jonathan H. HAMILTON, Gianmarco I.P. OTTAVIANO and Jacques-François THISSE. Commodity tax competition and industry location under the destination and the origin principle. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 39, 422-433, 2009.

2100.
Louis EECKHOUDT and Harris SCHLESINGER. Changes in risk and the demand for saving. Journal of Monetary Economics, 55, 1329-1336, 2008.

2099.
Han BLEICHRODT, David CRAINICH and Louis EECKHOUDT. Aversion to health inequalities and priority setting in health care. Journal of Health Economics, 27, 1594-1604, 2008.

2098.
Masahisa FUJITA and Jacques-François THISSE. New economic geography: An appraisal on the occasion of Paul Krugman's 2008 Nobel Prize in economic sciences. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 39, 109-119, 2009.

2097.
Grégory VANDENBULCKE, Isabelle THOMAS, Bas de GEUS, Bart DEGRAEUWE, Rudi TORFS, Romain MEEUSEN and Luc INT PANIS. Mapping bicycle use and the risk of accidents for commuters who cycle to work in Belgium. Transport Policy, 16, 77-87, 2009.

2096.
Louis EECKHODT, Harris SCHLESINGER and Ilia TSETLIN. Apportioning of risks via stochastic dominance. Journal of Economic Theory, 144, 994-1003, 2009.

2095.
David CRAINICH, Hervé LELEU et Ana MAULEON. Impact du passage à la tarification à l'activité. Une modélisation pour l'hôpital public. Revue économique, 60(2), 471-488, 2009.

2094.
Thierry BRECHET and Stéphane LAMBRECHT. Family altruism with renewable resource and population growth. Mathematical Population Studies, 16, 60-78, 2009.

2093.
Pierre-André JOUVET, Philippe MICHEL and Pierre PESTIEAU. Public and private environmental spending: a political economy approach. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 9, 177-191, 2008.

2092.
Parkash CHANDER and Henry TULKENS. Cooperation, stability, and self-enforcement in international environmental agreements: a conceptual discussion. In R.Guesnerie and H.Tulkens (eds.), The design of climate policy. The MIT Press Cambridge, Massachusetts, London, England, 166-186-2009.

2091.
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Blanca MARTINEZ and José Ramon RUIZ-TAMARIT. Note on global dynamics and imbalance effects in the Lucas-Uzawa model. International Journal of Economic Theory, 4(4), 503-518, 2008.

2090.
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Carmen CAMACHO and Benteng ZOU. Bridging the gap between growth theory and the new economic geography: The spatial Ramsey model. Macroeconomic Dynamics, 13(1) 20-45, 2009.

2089.
R.J. AUMANN and J.H. DREZE. Assessing strategic risk. American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 1(1), 1-16, 2009.

2088.
L. BAUWENS and F. GALLI. Efficient importance sampling for ML estimation of SCD models. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 53(6), 1974-1992, 2009.

2087.
Xavier WAUTHY. Concurrence et régulation sur les marchés de plate-forme: une introduction. Reflets et Perspectives, XLVII(1), 37-52, 2008.

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Pierre PESTIEAU. Assessing the performance of the public sector. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 80(1), 133-161, 2009.

2085.
Claude d'ASPREMONT and Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA. Price-quantity competition with varying toughness. Games and Economic Behavior, 65(1), 62-82, 2009.

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Isabel GRILO and Jean-François MERTENS. Cournot equilibrium without apology: Existence and the Cournot inverse demand function. Games and Economic Behavior, 65(1), 142-175, 2009.

2083.
Leonidas C.KOUTSOUGERAS. Convergence of strategic behavior to price taking. Games and Economic Behavior, 65(1), 234-241, 2009.

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Emanuele BACCHIEGA and Antonio MINNITI. The Quality-Income effect and the selection of location. Journal of Urban Economics, 65(2), 209-215, 2009.

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Shoshana ANILY, Michal TZUR and Laurence A.WOLSEY. Multi-item lot-sizing with joint set-up costs. Mathematical Programming, 119(1), Serie A, 79-94, 2009.

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Gaetano BLOISE and Filippo L.CALCIANO. A characterization of inefficiency in stochastic overlapping generations economies. Journal of Economic Theory, 143(1), 442-468, 2008.

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Grégory VANDENBULCKE, Thérèse STEENBERGHEN and Isabelle THOMAS. Mapping accessibility in Belgium: a tool for land-use and transport planning? Journal of Transport Geography, 17(1), 39-53, 2009.

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Robert CHARES and François GLINEUR. An interior-point method for the single-facility location problem with mixed norms using a conic formulation. Mathematical Methods of Operations Research, 68, 383-405, 2008.

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Yu NESTEROV. Parabolic target space and primal-dual interior-point methods. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 156, 2079-2100, 2008.

2076
Thierry BRECHET and Pierre PICARD. Can economic instruments regulate noise pollution in locations near airports? Brussels Studies, 12, 1-12, 2007.

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Paul BELLEFLAMME. Apprécier les effets unilatéraux des fusions en utilisant la théorie des jeux. Tijdschrift voor Belgische Mededinging/Revue de la Concurrence Belge, 4, 3-8, 2007.

2074.
François MANIQUET. Social orderings and the evaluation of public policy. Revue d'économie politique, 117(1), 37-60, 2007.

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Yves POCHET, Mathieu VAN VYVE and Laurence A.WOLSEY. LS-LIB: A library of tools for solving production planning problems. In W.J. Cook, L. Lovász and J.Vygen (eds.), Research Trends in Combinatorial Optimization. Berlin Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 317-346, 2009.

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David CRAINICH, Hervé LELEU, Ana MAULEON. The Optimality of hospital financing system: the role of physician-manager interactions. International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics, 8(4), 245-256, 2008.

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Ana MAULEON, Vincent VANNETELBOSCH and Cecilia VERGARI. Market integration in network industries. Economics Bulletin, 12(25), 1-7, 2008.

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Paul BELLEFLAMME and Francis BLOCH. Sustainable collusion on separate markets. Economics Letters, 99, 384-386, 2008.

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J. DAVILA and J. EECKHOUT. Competitive bargaining equilibrium. Journal of Economic Theory, 139, 269-294, 2008.

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Thierry BRECHET et Patrick VAN BRUSSELEN. Le pic pétrolier: un regard d'économiste. Reflets et Perspectives, XLVI(4), 63-81, 2007.

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Thierry BRECHET. L'énergie: mutations passées et mutations en cours. Reflets et Perspectives, XLVI(4), 5-81, 2007.

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Jacques H. DREZE, Charles FIGUIERES and Jean HINDRIKS. Can federal grants mitigate social competition? CESifo Economic Studies, 53(4), 596-617, 2007.

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Santanu S. DEY and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Lifting integer variables in minimal inequalities corresponding to lattice-free triangles. In A. Lodi, A. Panconesi and G. Rinaldi (eds.), Integer Programming and Combinatiorial Optimization. Berlin Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 463-475, 2008.

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Santanu S. DEY and Jean-Philippe P. RICHARD. Facets of two-dimensional infinite group problems. Mathematics of Operations Research, 33(1), 140-166, 2008.

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David DE LA CROIX, Thomas LINDH and Bo MALMBERG. Swedish economic growth and education since 1800. Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'Economique, 41(1), 166-185, 2008.

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David DE LA CROIX and Davide DOTTORI. Easter Island's collapse: a tale of a population race. Journal of Economic Growth, 13, 27-55, 2008.

2061.
David CRAINICH and Louis EECKHOUDT. On the intensity of downside risk aversion. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 36, 267-276, 2008

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Pierre-André JOUVET, Philippe MICHEL and Pierre PESTIEAU. Public and private environmental spending: a political economy approach. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 9(3), 177-191, 2008.

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Francis BLOCH and Axel GAUTIER. Access pricing and entry in the postal sector. Review of Network Economics, 7(2), 207-230, 2008.

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F. PASTOR, Ph. THORE', E. LOUTE, J. PASTOR and M. TRILLAT. Convex optimization and limit analysis: Application to Gurson and porous Drucker-Prager materials. Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 75, 1367-1383, 2008.

2057.
Leonidas KOUTSOUGERAS and Nicholas ZIROS. A three way equivalence. Journal of Economic Theory, 139, 380-391, 2008.

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Thierry BRECHET and Philippe MICHEL. Environmental performance and equilibrium. Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'Economique, 40(4), 1078-1099, 2007.

2055.
Ana MAULEON, Jose J. SEMPERE-MONERRIS and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Networks of knowledge among unionized firms. Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'Economique, 41(3), 971-997, 2008.

2054.
Pierre PESTIEAU and Motohiro SATO. Estate taxation with both accidental and planned bequests. Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics, 15(3), 223-240, 2008.

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Axel GAUTIER and Manipushpak MITRA. Regulation of an open access essential facility. Economica, 75, 662-682, 2008.

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Hylke VANDENBUSSCHE and Maurizio ZANARDI. What explains the proliferation of antidumping laws? Economic Policy, 23(53), 93-138, 2008.

2051.
Helmuth CREMER, Philippe DE DONDER, Dario MALDONADO and Pierre PESTIEAU. Voting over type and generosity of a pension system when some individuals are myopic. Journal of Public Economics, 91, 2041-2061, 2007.

2050.
Biung-Ghi JU and Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. On the equivalence between progressive taxation and inequality reduction. Social Choice and Welfare, 30, 561-569, 2008.

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Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. On the design of equal-opportunity policies. Investigaciones Económicas, XXXI(3), 351-374, 2007.

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Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO and John E. ROEMER. The veil of ignorance violates priority. Economics and Philosophy, 24, 233-257, 2008.

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Claude d’ASPREMONT. Formal welfarism and intergenerational equity. In J. Roemer and K. Suzumura (eds.), Intergenerational Equity and Sustainability. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 113-130, 2007.

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Juan D. MORENO TERNERO. Erratum. Bankruptcy rules and coalitional manipulation [IGTR, 9(1), 105-118, 2007]. International Game Theory Review, 9(2), 411-424, 2007.

2045.
Kristian BEHRENS and Pierre M. PICARD. Welfare, home market effects, and horizontal foreign direct investment. Canadian Journal of Economics, 40(4), 1118-1148, 2007.

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Eric TOULEMONDE. Multinationals: Too many or too few? The proximity-concentration trade-off. Open Economies Review, 19, 203-219, 2008.

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Arne SCHOLLAERT and Dirk VAN DE GAER. Boycotts, power politics, or trust building: How to prevent conflict? Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 164, 356-379, 2008.

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Huasheng SONG and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. International R&D collaboration networks. The Manchester School, 75(6), 742-766, 2007.

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Pierre PESTIEAU and Uri POSSEN. Prodigality and myopia – Two rationales for social security. The Manchester School, 76 (6), 629-652, 2008.

2040.
Helmuth CREMER, Philippe DE DONDER, Dario MALDONADO and Pierre PESTIEAU. Designing a linear pension scheme with forced savings and wage heterogeneity. International Tax Public Finance, 15, 547-562, 2008.

2039.
Jesùs T. PASTOR, C.A. KNOX LOVELL and Henry TULKENS. Evaluating the financial performance of bank branches. Annals for Operations Research, 145, 321-337, 2006.

2038.
Henry TULKENS. Le fédéralisme, la démocratie et la Belgique. Met nederlandse versie: Het federalisme, de democratie en België. Reflets et perspectives de la vie économique, 1, 65-73, 2007.

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Alberto MARTIN and Wouter VERGOTE. On the role of retaliation in trade agreements. Journal of International Economics, 76, 61-77, 2008.

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Marco DI SUMMA and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Lot-sizing on a tree. Operations Research Letters, 36, 7-13, 2008.

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Jacques H. DREZE and P. Jean-Jacques HERINGS. Kinky perceived demand curves and Keynes-Negishi equilibria. International Journal of Economic Theory, 4, 207-246, 2008.

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Jacques H. DREZE and P. Jean-Jacques HERINGS. Sequentially complete markets remain incomplete. Economics Letters, 100, 445-447, 2008.

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Claude D'ASPREMONT and Philippe MONGIN. A welfarist version of Harsanyi's aggregation theorem. In M. Fleurbaey, M. Salles and J.A. Weymark (eds.), Justice, Political Liberalism, and Utilitarianism. New York, Cambridge University Press, 184-197, 2008.

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Michele CONFORTI and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Compact formulations as a union of polyhedra. Mathematical Programming, Ser. A 114, 277-289, 2008.

2031.
Vincent LORANT, Herman VAN OYEN and Isabelle THOMAS. Contextual factors and immigrants' health status: Double jeopardy. Health & Place, 14, 678-692, 2008.

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Marie-Hélène VANDERSMISSEN, Isabelle THOMAS et Ann VERHETSEL. Navette et genre: deux villes, une réalité? In M.Thériault and F. Des Rosiers (eds.), Information géographique et dynamiques urbaines 1. Paris, Lavoisier, 59-90, 2008.

2029.
Pierre PESTIEAU, Gregory PONTHIERE and Motohiro SATO. Longevity, health spending, and pay-as-you-go pensions. FinanzArchiv/Public Finance Analysis, 64(1), 1-18, 2008.

2028.
Jan FIDRMUC and Victor GINSBURGH. Languages in the European Union: The quest for equality and its cost. European Economic Review, 51, 1351-1369, 2007.

2027.
Victor GINSBURGH, Ignacio ORTUÑO-ORTÍN and Shlomo WEBER. Learning foreign languages: Theoretical and empirical implications of the Selten and Pool model. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 64, 337-347, 2007.

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Victor GINSBURGH and Israel ZANG. Bundling by competitors and the sharing of profits. Economics Bulletin, 12(16), 1-9, 2007.

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Oliver GERGAUD and Victor GINSBURGH. Natural endowments, production technologies and the quality of wines in Bordeaux. Does terroir matter? The Economic Journal, 118, 142-157, 2008.

2024.
Victor GINSBURGH and Abdul G. NOURY. The Eurovision song contest. Is voting political or cultural? European Journal of Political Economy, 24, 41-52, 2008.

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Luc BAUWENS, Fausto GALLI and Pierre GIOT. The moments of Log-ACD models. Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis in Social Sciences, 2(1), 1-28, 2008.

2022.
Frédéric DOCQUIER, Ousmane FAYE and Pierre PESTIEAU. Is migration a good substitute for education subsidies? Journal of Development Economics, 86, 263-276, 2008.

2021.
Frédéric DOCQUIER, Oliver PADDISON and Pierre PESTIEAU. Optimal accumulation in an endogenous growth setting with human capital. Journal of Economic Theory, 1-18, 2008.

2020.
Thierry BRECHET, Pierre-André JOUVET. Environmental innovation and the cost of pollution abatement revisited. Ecological Economics, 65, 262-265, 2008.

2019.
Andrea SILVESTRINI, Matteo SALTO, Laurent MOULIN and David VEREDAS. Monitoring and forecasting annual public deficit every month: the case of France. Empirical Economics, 3(3), 493-524, 2008.

2018.
Axel GAUTIER and Dimitri PAOLINI. Delegation and information revelation. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 163(4), 574-597, 2007.

2017.
Pierre PESTIEAU and Uri M.POSSEN. Interaction of defined benefit pension plans and social security. Pensions. An International Journal, 13(1-2), 101-117, 2008.

2016.
Raouf BOUCEKKINE and Patricia CRIFO. Human capital accumulation and the transition from specialization to multitasking. Macroeconomic Dynamics, 12, 320-344, 2008.

2015.
Hakim HAMMADOU, Isabelle THOMAS, Ann VERHETSEL and Frank WITLOX. How to incorporate the spatial dimension in destination choice models: The case of Antwerp. Transportation Planning and Technology, 31(2), 153-181, 2008.

2014.
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, David DE LA CROIX, Dominique PEETERS. Demographic, economic and institutional factors in the transition to modern growth in England: 1530-1860. In A.Prskawetz, D.Bloom and W.Lutz (eds.), Population and Development Review, Supplement on Population Aging, Human Capital Accumulation and Productivity Growth, 35, 126-148, 2008.

2013.
Andrea SILVESTRINI and David VEREDAS. Temporal aggregation of univariate and multivariate time series models: A survey. Journal of Economic Surveys, 1-40, 2008.

2012.
Helmuth CREMER, Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR and Pierre PESTIEAU. Social desirability of earnings tests. German Economic Review, 9(2), 114-134, 2008.

2011.
Robert J. AUMANN and Jacques H. DREZE. Rational expectations in games. American Economic Review, 98(1), 72-86, 2008.

2010.
Claire DUJARDIN, Harris SELOD and Isabelle THOMAS. Residential segregation and unemployment: The case of Brussels. Urban Studies, 45(1), 89-113, 2008.

2009.
Jean J.GABSZEWICZ and Skerdilajda ZANAJ. A note on successive oligopolies and vertical mergers. Communications & Strategies, 68, 1-10, 2007.

2008.
Jean J.GABSZEWICZ and Skerdilajda ZANAJ. Upstream market foreclosure. Bullettin of Economic Research, 60(1), 13-26, 2008.

2007.
Louis EECKHOUDT, Maurice MARCHAND, Pierre PESTIEAU, Gwenaël PIASER. Vaccination versus «wait and treat»: how to subsidize them? The European Journal of Health Economics, 9(1), 33-39, 2008.

2006.
Gonzales D'ALCANTARA and Axel GAUTIER. National postal strategies after a full postal market opening. In Michael A. Crew and Paul R. Kleindorfer (eds.), Competition and Regulation in the Postal and Delivery Sector. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar Publishing, 167-186, 2008.

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Francis BLOCH and Axel GAUTIER. Access, bypass and productivity gains in competitive postal markets. In Michael A. Crew and Paul R. Kleindorfer (eds.), Competition and Regulation in the Postal and Delivery Sector. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar Publishing, 125-135, 2008.

2004.
Raouf BOUCCEKINE, Bity DIENE, Théophile AZOMAHOU. Growth economics of epidemics: A review of the theory. Mathematical Population Studies, 15, 1-26, 2008.

2003.
R. BOUCCEKINE, J.R. RUIZ-TAMARIT. Special functions for the study of economic dynamics: The case of the Lucas-Uzawa model. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 44, 33-54, 2008.

2002.
Henry TULKENS. Le fédéralisme, la démocratie et la Belgique. In Michael Castanheira et Jean Hindriks (eds.). Réformer sans tabous. 10 questions pour la Belgique de demain. Numéro spécial élections 2007. Reflets perspectives de la vie économique, XLVI(1), 65-73, 2007.

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Jacques-François THISSE. Equité, efficacité et acceptabilité dans la localisation des équipements collectifs. In Joël Maurice et Yves Crozet (eds.), Le calcul économique dans le processus de choix collectif des investissements de transport. Paris Economica, 361-401, 2007.

2000.
Emanuele BACCHIEGA, Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Ornella TAROLLA. Time-to-market in vertically differentiated industries. International Journal of Economic Theory, 3(4), 278-298, 2007.
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Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Filomena GARCIA. Intrinsic quality improvements and network externalities. International Journal of Economic Theory, 3(4), 261-278, 2007.

1998.
David DE LA CROIX and Frédéric DOCQUIER. School attendance and skill premiums in France and the US: a general equilibrium approach. Fiscal Studies, 28(4), 383-416, 2007.

1997.
Isabelle THOMAS, Pierre FRANKHAUSER, Christophe BIERNACKI. The morphology of built-up landscapes in Wallonia (Belgium): A classification using fractal indices. Landscape and Urban Planning, 84, 99-115, 2008.

1996.
Yves SMEERS. Description and assessment of EU CO2 regulations. In J. Lesourne and J.H. Keppler (eds.), Abatement of CO2 emissions in the European Union. Bruxelles, IFRI, 27-93, 2007.

1995.
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1994.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Filomena GARCIA. A note on expanding networks and monopoly pricing. Economics Letters, 98, 9-15, 2008.

1993.
Parkash CHANDER. The gamma-core and coalition formation. International Journal of Game Theory, 35, 539-556, 2007.

1992.
Yasuhiro SATO, Jacques-François THISSE. Competing for capital when labor is heterogeneous. European Economic Review, 51, 2054-2079, 2007.

1991.
David DE LA CROIX, Philippe MICHEL. Education and growth with endogenous debt constraints. Economic Theory, 33, 509-530, 2007.

1990.
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1989.
David DE LA CROIX, Frédéric DOCQUIER, Philippe LIEGEOIS. Income growth in the 21st century: Forecasts with an overlapping generations model. International Journal of Forecasting, 23, 621-635, 2007.

1988.
Philippe MICHEL, Pierre PESTIEAU. Fiscal policy in an overlapping generations model with bequest-as-consumption. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 6(3), 397-407, 2004.

1987.
Paul A.BEKKER, Steve LAWFORD. Symmetry-based inference in an instrumental variable setting. Journal of Econometrics, 142(28-49), 2008.

1986.
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Sarah FRAIPONT et Pierre GIOT. Les oeuvres d'art comme placements financiers: le cas de l'art moderne classique et de ses différents courants. Forum Financier, Revue Bancaire et Financière, 8, 2006.

1984.
Alain DURRE and Pierre GIOT. An international analysis of earnings, stock prices and Bond yields. Journal of Business Finance & Accounting, 34 (3-4), 613-641, 2007.

1983.
Pierre GIOT, Armin SCHWIENBACHER. IPOs, trade sales and liquidations: Modelling venture capital exits using survival analysis. Journal of Banking & Finance, 31, 679-702, 2007.

1982.
Pierre GIOT, Mikael PETITJEAN. The information content of the Bond-Equity Yield Ratio: Better than a random walk? International Journal of Forecasting, 23, 289-305, 2007.

1981.
François LEVEQUE and Yann MENIERE. Copyright versus patents: the open source software legal battle. Review of Economic Research on Copyright Issues, 4(1), 27-46, 2007.

1980.
Michel BEINE, Charles S. BOS, Sébastien LAURENT. The impact of Central Bank FX interventions on currency components. Journal of Financial Econometrics, 5(1), 2006.

1979.
J.J. GABSZEWICZ, P.G. GARELLA, N. SONNAC. Newspapers' market shares and the theory of the circulation spiral. Information Economics and Policy, 19, 405-413, 2007.

1978.
João TEIXEIRA, António ANTUNES and Dominique PEETERS. An optimization-based study on the redeployment of a secondary school network. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 34, 296-315, 2007.

1977.
Claude d'ASPREMONT, Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA. Meet-or-release and most-favored-customer clauses with price-quantity competition yield Cournot outcomes. Economie Publique, 17, 105-114, 2005.

1976.
Michel LE BRETON, Shlomo WEBER and Jacques DREZE. Secession-proofness in large heterogeneous societies. Economie Publique, 17, 81-104, 2005.

1975.
Claude d'ASPREMONT. "Strategic interactions in collective organizations" a symposium in memory of Louis-André GERARD-VARET.Economie Publique, 17, 5-7, 2005.

1974.
Claude d'ASPREMONT, Jacques CREMER and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Unique implementation in auctions and in public goods problems. Economie Publique, 17, 125-139, 2005.

1973.
Claude d'ASPREMONT, Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Competition for market share or for market size: oligopolistic equilibria with varying competitive toughness. International Economic Review, 48(3), 2007.

1972.
Claire DUJARDIN, Isabelle THOMAS et Henry TULKENS. Quelles frontières pour Bruxelles? Une mise à jour. Reflets et Perspectives de la vie économique, XLVI(2-3), 2007.

1971.
 Susana PERALTA and Tanguy VAN YPERSELE. Coordination of capital taxation among asymmetric countries. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 36, 708-726, 2006.

1970.
Marc FLEURBAEY and François MANIQUET. Help the low skilled or let the hardworking thrive? A study of fairness in optimal income taxation. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 9(3), 467-500, 2007.

1969.
Yu XIA. Constrained clustering via concavity cuts. Integration of Al and Or Techniques in Constraint Programming for Combinatorial Optimization Problems, ed. by P. Van Hentenryck and L. Wolsey. Berlin,Springer, 318-331, 2007.

1968.
Masahisa FUJITA and Jacques-François THISSE. Globalisation and the evolution of the supply chain: who gains and who loses? International Economic Review, 47(3), 811-836, 2006.

1967.
Takahoshi TABUCHI and Jacques-François THISSE. Regional specialization, urban hierarchy, and commuting costs. International Economic Review, 47(4), 1295-1317, 2006.

1966.
Nihat AKTAS, Eric DE BODT and Jean-Gabriel COUSIN. Event studies with a contaminated estimation period. Journal of Corporate Finance, 13, 129-145, 2007.

1965.
Nihat AKTAS, Eric DE BODT, Fany DECLERCK and Hervé VAN OPPENS. The PIN anomaly around M&A announcements. Journal of Financial Markets, 10, 169-191, 2007.

1964.
Nihat AKTAS, Eric DE BODT and Richard ROLL. Is European M&A regulation protectionist? The Economic Journal, 117, 1096-1121, 2007.

1963.
Miren LAFOURCADE and Giordano MION. Concentration, agglomeration and the size of plants. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 37, 46-48, 2007.

1962.
Donal O'NEILL, Olive SWEETMAN and Dirk VAN DE GAER. The effects of measurement error and omitted variables when using transition matrices to measure intergenerational mobility. Journal of Economic Inequal, 5, 159-178, 2007.

1961.
Jesus T. PASTOR, C.A. Knox LOVELL and Henry TULKENS. Evaluating the financial performance of bank branches. Annals of Operations Research, 145, 321-337, 2006.

1960.
Erwin OOGHE, Erik SCHOKKAERT and Dirk VAN DE GAER. Equality of opportunity versus equality of opportunity sets. Social Choice Welfare, 28, 209-230, 2007.

1959.
Walid BEN OMRANE and Eric DE BODT. Using self-organizing maps to adjust for intra-day seasonality. Journal of Banking & Finance, 31, 1817-1838, 2007.

1958.
Victor GINSBURGH and Jan C. VAN OURS. On organizing a sequential auction: results from a natural experiment by Christie's. Oxford Economic Papers, 59, 1-15, 2007.

1957.
Mathias DEWATRIPONT, Victor GINSBURGH, Patrick LEGROS and Alexis WALCKIERS. Pricing of scientific journals and market power. Journal of the European Economic Association, 5(2-3), 400-410, 2007.

1956.
Cuong LE VAN, Raouf BOUCEKKINE and Cagri SAGLAM. Optimal control in infinite horizon problems: A Sobolev space approach. Economic Theory, 32, 497-509, 2007.

1955.
Yu XIA. A Newton's method for perturbed second-order cone programs. Computational Optimization and Applications, 37, 371-408, 2007.

1954.
Yurii NESTEROV. Characteristic functions of directed graphs and applications to stochastic equilibrium problems. Optimization and Engineering, 8, 193-214, 2007.

1953.
Jean-Fançois RICHARD, Henry TULKENS and Magali VERDONCK. Tax interaction dynamics among Belgian municipalities 1984-1997. In P. Chander, J. Drèze, K. Lovell and J. Mintz (eds.), Public Goods, Environmental Externalities and Fiscal Competition. New York, Springer, 533-556. 2006.

1952.
Yurii NESTEROV. Gauss-Newton scheme with worst case guarantees for global performance. Optimization Methods and Software, 22(3), 469-483, 2007.

1951.
Yurii NESTEROV. Smoothing technique and its applications in semidefinite optimization. Mathematical Programming, Serie A, 110, 245-259, 2007.

1950.
Roland Iwan LUTTENS and Dirk VAN DE GAER. Lorenz dominance and non-welfaristic redistribution. Social Choice Welfare, 28, 281-302, 2007.

1949.
Kristian BEHRENS. Do changes in transport costs and tariffs shape the space-economy in the same way? Papers in Regional Science, 85(3), 379-399, 2006.

1948.
Kristian BEHRENS. On the location and lock-in of cities: geography vs transportation technology. Regional Science & Urban Economics, 37, 22-45, 2007.

1947.
Kristian BEHRENS and Jacques-François THISSE. Agglomeration versus product variety: implications for regional inequalities. Journal of Regional Science, 46(5), 867-880, 2006.

1946.
Kristian BEHRENS and Jacques -François THISSE. Regional economics: a new economic geography perspective. Regional Science & Urban Economics, 37, 457-465, 2007.

1945.
Kristian BEHRENS, Jonathan H. HAMILTON, Gianmarco I.P. OTTAVIANO and Jacques-François THISSE. Commodity tax harmonization and the location of industry. Journal of International Economics, 72, 271-291, 2007.

1944.
Kristian BEHRENS and Carl GAIGNE. Density (dis)economies in transportation: revisiting the core-periphery model. Economics Bulletin, 18(4), 1-7. 2006.

1943.
Paul BELLEFLAMME. Patents and incentives to innovate: some theoretical and empirical economic evidence. Journal of the European Ethics Network, 13(2), 267-288, 2006.

1942.
Jacques CREMER, Claude d'ASPREMONT, Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA, Jacques DREZE, Louis-André GERARD-VARET5(+), Michel LE BRETON and Shlomo WEBER. A tribute to Louis-André Gérard-Varet. Economie Publique/Public Economics, 17(2005/2), 2006.

1941.
Jacques H. DREZE and Fernanda ESTEVAN. Research and higher education in economics: can we deliver the Lisbon objectives. Journal of the European Economic Association, 5(2-3), 271-304, 2007.

1940.
Michele CONFORTI, Marco DI SUMMA and Laurence A. WOLSEY. The mixing set with flows. SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics, 21(2), 296-307, 2007.

1939.
Isabelle THOMAS, Pierre FRANKHAUSER and Marie-Laurence DE KEERSMAECKER. Fractal dimension versus density of built-up surfaces in the periphery of Brussels. Regional Science, 86(2), 287-308, 2007.

1938.
Carmen HERRERO and Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. A new outcome measure for cost-utility analyses of screening programs. Economics Bulletin, 9(7), 1-8, 2005.

1937.
Luc BAUWENS and Nikolaus HAUTSCH. Stochastic conditional intensity processes. Journal of Financial Econometrics, 4(3), 450-493, 2006.

1936.
Kristian BEHRENS, Carl GAIGNE, Gianmarco I.P. OTTAVIANO and Jacques-François THISSE. Countries, regions and trade: on the welfare impacts of economic integration. European Economic Review, 51, 1277-1301, 2007.

1935.
Jean GABSZEWICZ and Filomena GARCIA. Optimal monopoly price paths with expanding networks. Review of Network Economics, 6(1), 1-8, 2007.

1934.
Helmuth CREMER, Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR and Pierre PESTIEAU. Retirement age and health expenditures. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 83-84(2), 167-186, 2006.

1933.
Pierre PESTIEAU and Motohiro SATO. Long term care: the state and the family. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 83-84(2), 151-166, 2006.

1932.
Robin BOADWAY and Pierre PESTIEAU. Tagging and redistributive taxation. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 83-84, 123-147, 2006.

1931.
Luc BAUWENS and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. Bayesian inference for the mixed conditional heteroskedasticity model. Econometrics Journal, 10, 408-425, 2007.

1930.
Ori HAIMANKO, Michel LE BRETON and Shlomo WEBER. The stability threshold and two facets of polarization. Economic Theory, 30, 415-430, 2007.

1929.
Anna BOGOMOLNAIA, Michel LE BRETON, Alexei SAVVATEEV and Shlomo WEBER. Stability under unanimous consent, free mobility and core. International Journal of Game Theory, 35, 185-204, 2007.

1928.
Helmuth CREMER, Firouz GAHVARI and Pierre PESTIEAU. Pensions with endogenous and stochastic fertility. Journal of Public Economics, 90, 2303-2321, 2006.

1927.
Yurii NESTEROV and B. T. POLYAK. Cubic regularization of Newton method and its global performance. Mathematical Programming, Ser. A 108, 177-205, 2006.

1926.
Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO and Antonio VILLAR. New characterizations of a classical bankruptcy rule. Review of Economic Design, 10, 73-84, 2006.

1925.
Antonio MINNITI. Growth, R&D and welfare: the role of public policy. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 53(4), 447-460, 2006.

1924.
Antonio MINNITI. Multi-product firms, R&D, and growth. The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics, 6(3), 1-44, 2006.

1923.
Eric TOULEMONDE. Acquisition of skills, labor subsidies, and agglomeration of firms. Journal of Urban Economics, 59, 420-439, 2006.

1922.
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. Journal of Econometrics, 139, 154-180, 2007.

1921.
Alain ERALY et Jean HINDRIKS. Le principe de responsabilité dans la gestion publique. Reflets et Perspectives, XLVI(1), 195-208, 2007.

1920.
Paul BELLEFLAMME et Tanguy van YPERSELE. Comment favoriser l’innovation dans le secteur pharmaceutique: brevets et/ou récompenses ? Reflets et Perspectives, XLV(4), 23-35, 2006.

1919.
Paul BELLEFLAMME and Pierre M. PICARD. Piracy and competition. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 16(2), 351-383, 2007.

1918.
Luc BAUWENS and Michel LUBRANO. Bayesian inference in dynamic disequilibrium models: an application to the Polish credit market. Econometric Reviews, 26(2-4), 469-486, 2007.

1917.
Arie PREMINGER and Raphael FRANCK. Forecasting exchange rates: a robust regression approach. International Journal of Forecasting, 23, 71-84, 2007.

1916.
Luc BAUWENS and Jeroen V. K. ROMBOUTS. Bayesian clustering of many GARCH models. Econometric Reviews, 26(2-4), 365-386, 2007.

1915.
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Blanca MARTINEZ and Cagri SAGLAM. Capital maintenance versus technology adoption under embodied technical progress, Contributions to Macroeconomics, 6(1), 1-33, 2006.

1914.
Axel GAUTIER. Dynamics of downstream entry in postal markets. In M. A. Crew and P. R. Kleindorfer (eds.), Liberalization of the Postal and Delivery Sector. Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar, 73-90, 2006.

1913.
Stéphane LAMBRECHT, Philippe MICHEL and Emmanuel THIBAULT. Capital accumulation and fiscal policy in an OLG model with family altruism. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 8(3), 465-486, 2006.

1912.
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Bity DIENE and Théophile AZOMAHOU. On the relationship between longevity and development. International Journal of Ecology & Development, 6, 31-50, 2007.

1911.
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Dominique PEETERS and David de la CROIX. Early literacy achievements, population density and the transition to modern growth. Journal of the European Economic Association, 5(1), 183-226, 2007.
1910.
Kristian BEHRENS and Yasuhiro SATO. ‘Brain drain’ without migration: capital market integration and capital-skill complementarities. Economics Bulletin, 18(1), 1-9, 2006.

1909.
Pierre PESTIEAU, Helmuth CREMER and Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR. Recent work on the theory of early retirement. Hacienda Publica Espanola, Revista de Economia Publica, 179(4), 9-24, 2006.

1908.
François RIGUELLE, Isabelle THOMAS and Ann VERHETSEL. Measuring urban polycentrism: a European case study and its implications. Journal of Economic Geography, 7,193-215, 2007.

1907.
David R. COLLIE and Hylke VANDENBUSSCHE. Can import tariffs deter outward FDI? Open Economies Review, 16, 341-362, 2005.

1906. Luc BAUWENS, Christian M. HAFNER and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. Multivariate mixed normal conditional heteroskedasticity. Computational Statistics & Data, 51, 3551-3566, 2007.
1905.
Kristian BEHRENS, Carl GAIGNE, Gianmarco I.P. OTTAVIANO and Jacques-François THISSE. Is remoteness a locational disadvantage?. Journal of Economic Geography, 6, 347-368, 2006.
1904.
Helmuth CREMER, Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR and Pierre PESTIEAU. Disability testing and retirement. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 7(1), 1-32, 2007.

1903.
Kaniska DAM and David PEREZ-CASTRILLO. The principal-agent matching market. Frontiers of Theoretical Economics, 2(1), 1-32, 2006.

1902.
Thierry BRECHET. L’environnement dans tous ses états. Regards Economiques, 50, 26-31, 2007.

1901.
Axel GAUTIER and Xavier WAUTHY. Teaching versus research: a multi-tasking approach to multi-department universities. European Economic Review, 51, 273-295, 2007.

1900.
Louis EECKHOUDT, Béatrice REY and Harris SCHLESINGER. A good sign for multivariate risk taking. Management Science, 53(1), 117-124, 2007.

1899.
Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO and Antonio VILLAR. On the relative equitability of a family of taxation rules. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 8(2), 283-291, 2006

1898.
Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. Proportionality and non-manipulability in bankruptcy problems. International Game Theory Review, 8(1), 127-139, 2006.

1897.
Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO and Antonio VILLAR. The TAL-family or rules for bankruptcy problems. Social Choice Welfare, 27, 231-249, 2006.

1896.
Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO and John E. ROEMER. Impartiality, priority, and solidarity in the theory of justice.  Econometrica, 74(5), 1419-1427, 2006.

1895.
Juan D. MORENO-TERNERO. Composition, securement, and concede-and-divide. Spanish Economic Review,8, 227-237, 2006.
1894.
Mathieu LEFEBVRE and Pierre PESTIEAU. The generosity of the welfare state towards the elderly. Empirica, 33, 351-360, 2006.

1893.
Pierre M. PICARD and Dao-Zhi ZENG. Agricultural sector and industrial agglomeration. Journal of Development Economics. Elsevier, 77, 75-106, 2005.

1892.
Pierre M. PICARD and Eric TOULEMONDE. Firms agglomeration and unions. European Economic Review. Elsevier, 50, 669-694, 2006.

1891.
Hylke VANDENBUSSCHE, Karen CRABBE and Boudewijn JANSSEN. Is there regional tax competition? De Economist, 153, 257-276, 2005.

1890.
David R. COLLIE and Hylke VANDENBUSSCHE. Tariffs and the Byrd amendment. European Journal of Political Economy, 22, 750-758, 2006.
1889.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Didier LAUSSEL. Increasing returns, entrepreneurship and imperfect competition. Economic Theory, 30, 1-19, 2007.

1888.
Simon P. ANDERSON and Jean J. GABSZEWICZ. The media and advertising: a tale of two-sidedmarkets. In V. Ginsburgh and D. Thorsby (eds.), Handbook of the Economics of Art and Culture, 1. Elsevier, 568-614, 2006.

1887.
Carl GAIGNE et Jacques-François THISSE. Mondialisation, concurrence et métropoles. Revue d’Economie Financière. 86, 47-64, 2006.

1886.
Thierry BRECHET and Benoît LUSSIS. The contribution of the clean development mechanism to national climate policies. Journal of Policy Modeling, 28, 981-994, 2006.

1885.
Axel GAUTIER. Network financing with two-part and single tariffs. In R. Dewenter and J. Haucap (eds.), Access Pricing: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam, Elsevier, 65-89, 2007.

1884.
André DE PALMA, Fay DUNKERLEY and Stef PROOST. Imperfect competition and congestion in a city with asymmetric subcentres. In A. Reggiani and P. Nijkamp (eds.), Spatial Dynamics, Networks and Modelling. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 421-444, 2006.

1883.
Stef PROOST, Saskia VAN DER LOO, André DE PALMA and Robin LINDSEY. A cost-benefit analysis of tunnel investment and tolling alternatives in Antwerp. European Transport/Trasporti Europei, 31, 83-100, 2005.

1882.
Stef PROOST and Ahksaya SEN. Urban transport pricing reform with two levels of government: A case of study of Brussels. Transport Policy, 13, 127-139, 2006.

1881.
André DE PALMA, Robin LINDSEY and Esko NISKANEN. Policy insights from the urban road pricing case sudies. Transport Policy, 13, 149-161, 2006.

1880.
André DE PALMA, Robin LINDSEY and Stef PROOST. Research challenges in modelling urban road pricing: An overview. Transport Policy, 13, 97-105, 2006.

1879.
André DE PALMA and Stef PROOST. Imperfect competition and congestion in the city. Journal of Urban Economics, 60, 185-209, 2006.

1878.
Shin-Kun PENG, Jacques-Franois THISSE and Ping WANG. Economic integration and agglomeration in a middle product economy. Journal of Economic Theory, 131, 1-25, 2006.

1877.
Olivier TERCIEUX and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. A characterization of stochastically stable networks. International Journal of Game Theory, 34, 351-369, 2006.

1876.
Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Intergenerational transfer of human capital and optimal education policy. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 8(4), 529-545, 2006.

1875.
Agustin PEREZ-BARAHONA and Benteng ZOU. Energy-saving technological progress in a vintage capital model. In C. de Miguel, X. Labandeira and B. Manzano (eds.), Economic Modelling of Climate Change and Energy Policies. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 166-179, 2006.1876.

1874.
Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Wealth transfer taxation: a survey of the theoretical literature. In S.-C. Kolm and J. Mercier Ythier (eds.), Handbook of the Economics of Giving, Altruism and Reciprocity, volume 2. Amsterdam, Elsevier, 1107-1134, 2006.

1873.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Didier LAUSSEL and Nathalie SONNAC. Programming and advertising competition in the broadcasting industry. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 13(4), 657-669, 2004.

1872.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Didier LAUSSEL and Nathalie SONNAC. Competition in the media and advertising markets. The Manchester School, 74(1), 1-22, 2006.

1871.
Louis EECKHOUDT and Harris SCHLESINGER. Putting risk in its proper place. American Economic Review, 96(1), 280-289, 2006.

1870.
Kristian BEHRENS, Carl GAIGNE, Gianmarco I.P. OTTAVIANO and Jacques-François THISSE. How density economies in international transportation link the internal geography of trading partners. Journal of Urban Economics, 60, 248-263, 2006.

1869.
Pierre PESTIEAU, Gwanaël PIASER and Motohiro SATO. PAYG pension systems with capital mobility. International Tax and Public Finance, 13, 587-599, 2006.

1868.
Elena DEL REY and Xavier WAUTHY. Mencion de Calidad: Reducing inefficiencies in higher education markets when there are network externalities. Investigaciones Economicas, 30(1), 89-115, 2006.

1867.
Nicolas BOCCARD and Xavier WAUTHY. Equilibrium payoffs in a Bertrand-Edgeworth model with product differentiation. Economics Bulletin, 12(11), 1-8, 2005.

1866.
Nicolas BOCCARD and Xavier WAUTHY. Quality choice, sales restriction and the mode of competition. The Manchester School, 74(1), 64-84, 2006.

1865.
Georges CASAMATTA, Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Is there a political support for the double burden on prolonged activity? Economics of Governance, 7, 143-154, 2006.

1864.
Jacques DREZE. Fifty years of econometric institute. Statistica Neerlandica, 60(2), 80-84, 2006.

1863.
Andrea MANTOVANI and Giordano MION. Advertising and endogenous exit in a differentiated duopoly. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 72(1), 19-47, 2006.

1862.
Luc BAUWENS. Econometric analysis of intra-daily trading activity on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Monetary and Economic Studies, March, 1-23, 2006.

1861.
Paul-Marie BOULANGER and Thierry BRECHET. Models for policy-making in sustainable development: the state of the art and perspectives for research. Ecological Economics, 55, 337-350, 2005.

1860.
Jean HINDRIKS, Etienne LEHMANN and Alexis PARMENTIER. Optimal income taxation and the shape of average tax rates. Economics Bulletin, 8(2), 1-6, 2006.

1859.
Thierry BRECHET and Benoît LUSSIS. The clean development mechanism in Belgian climate policy. In B. Willems, J. Eyckmans and S. Proost (eds.), Economic Aspects of Climate Change Policy. A European and Belgian Perspective. Leuven, Acco, 68-75, 2005.

1858.
Paul-Marie BOULANGER, Thierry BRECHET et Benoît LUSSIS. Le mécanisme pour un développement propre tiendra-t-il ses promesses? Reflets et Perspectives, XLIV, 5-27, 2005/3.

1857.
Sylvie CHARLOT, Carl GAIGNE, FrŽdŽric ROBERT-NICOUD and Jacques-Franois THISSE. Agglomeration and welfare: the core-periphery model in the light of Bentham, Kaldor, and Rawls. Journal of Public Economics, 90, 325-347, 2006.

1856.
Johan EYCKMANS and Henry TULKENS. Optimal and stable international climate agreements. In B. Willems, J. Eyckmans and S. Proost (eds.), Economic Aspects of Climate Change Policy. A European and Belgian Perspective. Leuven, Acco, 21-34, 2005.

1855.
Mathieu VAN VYVE. Linear-programming extended formulations for the single-item lot-sizing problem with backlogging and constant capacity. Mathematical Programming, series A, 108, 53-77, 2006.

1854.
Ruslan SADYKOV and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Integer programming and constraint programming in solving a multimachine assignment scheduling problem with deadlines and release dates. INFORMS Journal on Computing, 18(2), 209-217, 2006.

1853.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ. Oligopoly equilibrium in pure exchange economies. Game Theory and Mathematical Economics, 71, 125-135, 2006.

1852.
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Blanca MARTINEZ and Cagri SAGLAM. The Development problem under embodiment. Review of Development Economics, 10(1), 42-58, 2006.

1851.
Marc GERMAIN, Philippe MONFORT and Thierry BRECHET. Allocation des efforts de dépollution dans des économies avec spécialisation internationale. Revue Economique, 57(2), 219-240, 2006.

1850.
Pierre GIOT. Market risk models for intraday data. The European Journal of Finance, 11(4), 309-324, 2005.

1849.
Moshe JUSTMAN, Jacques-François THISSE and Tanguy VAN YPERSELE. Fiscal competition and regional differentiation. Regional Science & Urban Economics, 35, 848-861, 2005.

1848.
Pierre GIOT. Relationships between implied volatility indexes and stock index return. Are implied volatility indexes leading indicators? The Journal of Portfolio Management, 31(3), 92-100, 2005.

1847.
Luc BAUWENS, Sébastien LAURENT and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. Multivariate GARCH models: a survey. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 21, 79-109, 2006.

1846.
Pierre GIOT and Joachim GRAMMIG. How large is liquidity risk in an automated auction market? Empirical Economics, 30, 867-887, 2006.

1845.
Marc FLEURBAEY and François MANIQUET. Fair income tax. Review of Economic Studies, 73, 55-83, 2006.

1844.
Laurence A. WOLSEY. Lot-sizing with production and delivery time windows. Mathematical Programming, Series A, 107, 471-489, 2006.

1843.
Axel GAUTIER and Munipushpak MITRA. Regulating a monopolist with limited funds. Economic Theory, 27, 705-718, 2006.

1842.
Axel GAUTIER and Malika HAMADI. Internal capital market efficiency of Belgian holding companies. Revue de l'association française de finance, 26(2), 11-34, 2005.

1841.
Agustin PEREZ-BARAHONA and Benteng ZOU. A comparative study of energy saving technical progress in a vintage capital model. Resource and Energy Economics, 28, 181-191, 2006.

1840.
Pierre GIOT. Implied volatility indexes and daily Value at Risk models. The Journal of Derivatives, 12(4), 54-64, 2005.

1839.
Giordano MION. Spatial externalities and empirical analysis: the case of Italy. Journal of Urban Economics, 56, 97-118, 2004.

1838.
Per J. AGRELL and Peter BOGETOFT. Economic and environment efficiency of district heating plants. Energy Policy, 33, 1351-1362, 2005.1839.

1837.
Per J. AGRELL, Peter BOGETOFT and Jorgen TIND. DEA and dynamic yardstick competition in Scandinavian electricity distribution. Journal of Productivity Analysis, 23, 173-201, 2005.

1836.
Helmuth CREMER, Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR and Pierre PESTIEAU. Optimal retirements and disability benefits with audit. FinanzArchiv, 60(3), 278-295, 2004.

1835.
Kaïs DACHRAOUI, Georges DIONNE, Louis EECKHOUDT and Philippe GODFROID. Comparative mixed risk aversion: definition and application to self-protection and willingness to pay. The Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 29(3), 261-276, 2004

1834.
Louis EECKHOUDT and Béatrice REY. Coût du risque et risques interactifs. Revue d'Economie Politique, 114(6), 779-791, 2004.

1833.
Pierre PESTIEAU. Contrevérités sur le départ à la retraite. Revue d'Economie Politique, 115(2), 163-172, 2005.

1832.
Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Assurance privée et protection sociale. Revue d'Economie Politique, 114(5), 577-586, 2004.

1831.
Victor GINSBURGH and Shlomo WEBER. Language disenfranchisement in the European Union. Journal of Common Market Studies, 43(2), 273-286, 2005.

1830.
Helmuth CREMER, Pierre PESTIEAU, Emmanuel THIBAULT and Jean-Pierre VIDAL. Optimal tax and education policy when agents differ in altruism and productivity. Annals of Economics and Finance, 6, 209-228, 2005.

1829.
Ana MAULEON and Vincent J. VANNTELBOSCH. Strategic union delegaion and inventives for merger. Applied Economics Letters, 13, 1-5, 2006.

1828.
Per J. AGRELL, Peter BOGETOFT, Michael BROCK and Jorgen TIND. Efficiency evaluation with convex pairs. Advanced Modeling and Optimization, 7(2), 211-237, 2005.

1827.
Vincent VAN STEENBERGHE. Carbon dioxide abatement costs and permit price: exploring the impact of banking and the role of future commitments. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 7, 75-107, 2005.

1826.
François MANIQUET and Yves SPRUMONT. Welfare egalitarianism in non-rival environments. Journal of Economic Theory, 120, 155-174, 2005.

1825.
Philippe MICHEL et Pierre PESTIEAU. Fiscal policy with agents differing in altruism and ability. Economica, 72, 121-135, 2005.

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Aurélie COPPE et Axel GAUTIER. Regulation et concurrence dans le transport collectif urbain. Reflets et Perspectives, XLIII, 65-75, 2004/4.

1823.
Rabah AMIR. Supermodularity and complementarity in economics: an elementary survey. Southern Economic Journal, 71(3), 636-660, 2005.

1822.
Helmuth CREMER, Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR and Pierre PESTIEAU. Départ à la retraite et taxation optimale. Revue d'Economie Politique, 115(2), 197-211, 2005.

1821.
Claire DUJARDIN, Harris SELOD et Isabelle THOMAS. Le chômage dans l'agglomération bruxelloise: une explication par la structure urbaine. Revue d'Economie Régionale et Urbaine, 1, 3-28, 2004.

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Gust BLAUWENS, Nico VANDAELE, Eddy VAN DE VOORDE, Bert VERNIMMEN and Frank WITLOX. Towards a modal shift in freight transport? A business logistics analysis of some policy measures. Transport Review, 26(2), 239-251, 2006.

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Marc FLEURBAEY and François MANIQUET. Fair social orderings when agents have unequal production skills. Social Choice and Welfare, 24, 93-127, 2005.

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1800.
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Jean-Charles DELVENNE and Vincent D. BLONDEL. Quasi-periodic configurations and undecidable dynamics for tilings, infinite words and Turing machines. Theoretical Computer Science, 319, 127-143, 2004.

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1794.
Pierre GIOT. Stocks, bonds and the equity risk premium: Some recent academic perspectives. Bank- en Financiewezen/Revue bancaire et financière, 3, 184-190, 2005.

1793.
Luc BAUWENS and Sébastien LAURENT. A new class of multivariate skew densities, with application to generalized autoregressive conditional heteroscedasticity models. Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, 23(3), 346-353, 2005.

1792.
Louis EECKHOUDT, Christian GOLLIER and Nicolas TREICH. Optimal consumption and the timing of the resolution of uncertainty. European Economic Review, 49, 761-773, 2005.

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Vander LUCAS. Cross-border shopping in a federal economy. Regional Science & Urban Economics, 34, 365-385, 2004.

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Cecilia VERGARI. Herd behavior in adoption of network technologies. Journal of Economics, 86(2), 161-182, 2005.

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Luc BAUWENS, Dagfinn RIME and Genaro SUCARRAT. Exchange rate volatility and the mixture of distribution hypothesis. Empirical Economics, 30, 889-911, 2006

1787.
Luc BAUWENS, Walid BEN OMRANE and Pierre GIOT. News announcements, market activity and volatility in the euro/dollar foreign exchange market. Journal of International Money and Finance, 24, 1108-1125, 2005.

1786.
El-Houssaine AGHEZZAF, Birger RAA and Hendrik VAN LANDEGHEM. Modeling inventory routing problems in supply chains of high consumption products. European Journal of Operational Research, 169, 1048-1063, 2006.

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Frank VAN DEN BROECKE, Hendrik VAN LANDEGHEM and El-Houssaine AGHEZZAF. An application of cyclical master production scheduling in a multi-stage, multi-product environment. Production Planning & Control, 16(8), 796-809, 2005.

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Christian H. HAFNER. Durations, volume and the prediction of financial returns in transaction time. Quantitative Finance, 5(2), 145-152, 2005.

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1782.
Jean-Marie BALAND and Patrick FRANCOIS. Commons as insurance and the welfare impact of privatization. Journal of Public Economics, 89, 211-231, 2005.

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Philippe JEHIEL and Jacques-François THISSE. How to win a decision in a confederation. Journal of Public Economics, 89, 1191-1210, 2005.

1780.
Mohamed JELLAL, Jacques-François THISSE and Yves ZENOU. Demand uncertainty, mismatch and (un)employment. Economics Letters, 88, 33-39, 2005.

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Kristian BEHRENS. Market size and industry location: Traded vs non-traded goods. Journal of Urban Economics, 58, 24-44, 2005.

1778.
Kristian BEHRENS. How endogenous asymmetries in interregional market access trigger regional divergence. Regional Science & Urban Economics, 35, 471-492, 2005.

1777.
Paul BELLEFLAMME. Versioning in the information economy: Theory and applications. CESinfo Economic Studies, 51(2-3), 329-358, 2005.

1776.
Pierre TYCHON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. A model of corporate bond pricing with liquidity and marketability risk. Journal of Credit Risk, 1(3), 3-35, 2005.

1775.
Anna BOGOMOLNAIA, Michel LE BRETON, Alexei SAVVATEEV and Shlomo WEBER. The egalitarian sharing rule in provision of public goods. Economics Bulletin, 8(11), 1-5, 2005.

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Ori HAIMANKO, Michel LE BRETON and Shlomo WEBER. Transfers in a polarized country: bridging the gap between efficiency and stability. Journal of Public Economics, 89, 1277-1303, 2005.

1773.
Victor GINSBURGH, Ignatio ORTUNO-ORTIN and Shlomo WEBER. Disenfranchisement in linguistically diverse societies: the case of the European Union. Journal of the European Economic Association, 3(4), 946-965, 2005.

1772.
David CRAINICH and Louis EECKHOUDT. La notion économique de prudence. Origine et développements récents. Revue Economique, 56(5), 1021-1032, 2005.

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Shlomo WEBER and Hans WIESMETH. Ukraine, the enlargement of the European Union and consequences for higher education. Magisterium, 18, 13-18, 2005.

1770.
Pierre DEHEZ, Jacques DREZE and Omar LICANDRO. From uncertainty to macroeconomics and back: An interview with Jacques Drèze. Macroeconomic Dynamics, 9, 429-461, 2005.

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Jan FIDRMUC, Victor GINSBURGH and Shlomo WEBER. Le français, deuxième langue de l'Union européenne ? Economie Publique/Public Economics, 15 (2004/2), 43-63, 2005.

1768.
Robin BOADWAY, Claude D'ASPREMONT, François MANIQUET, Pierre PESTIEAU and Henry TULKENS. Economie Publique. En souvenir de Dieter Bös, David Bradford, Louis-André Gérard-Varet, Louis Gevers and Maurice Marchand. Economie Publique/Public Economics, 15 (2004/2), 2005.

1767.
Sylvain LASSARRE and Isabelle THOMAS. Exploring road mortality ratios in Europe: national versus regional realities. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A, 168(1), 127-144, 2005.

1766.
Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Strategic union delegation and strike activity. Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d'Economique, 38(1), 149-173, 2005.

1765.
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1763.
Geoffroy DE CLIPPEL and Enrico MINELLI. Two remarks on the inner core. Games and Economic Behavior, 50, 143-154, 2005.

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Cuong LE VAN and Yiannis VAILAKIS. Existence of a competitive equilibrium in a one sector growth model with heterogeneous agents and irreversible investment. Economic Theory, 22, 743-771, 2003.

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Andrea MANTOVANI and Gianpaolo ROSSINI. Innovating the transport technology or the production process? The answer to an R&D dilemna. International Journal of Transport Economics, 32(1), 41-56, 2005.

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Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Didier LAUSSEL and Nathalie SONNAC. Does advertising lower the price of newspapers to consumers? A theoretical appraisal. Economics Letters, 87, 127-134, 2005.
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Han BLEICHRODT and Louis EECKHOUDT. Saving under rank-dependent utility. Economic Theory, 25, 505-511, 2005.

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1746.
Luc BAUWENS, Pierre GIOT, Joachim GRAMMIG and David VEREDAS. A comparison of financial duration models via density forecasts. International Journal of Forecasting, 20, 589-609, 2004.

1745.
Michel LE BRETON and Shlomo WEBER. Secession-proof cost allocations and stable group structures in models of horizontal differentiation. In G. Demange and M. Wooders (eds.), Group Formation in Economics. Networks, Clubs, and Coalitions. New York, Cambridge University Press, 266-285, 2005.

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Marc GERMAIN, Stefano LOVO and Vincent VAN STEENBERGHE. De l'impact de la microstructure d'un marché de permis de polluer sur la politique environnementale. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 74, 177-208, 2004.

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Pascal GOURDEL, Liem Hoang NGOC, Cuong LE VAN and Tédié MAZAMBA. Equilibrium and competitive equilibrium in a discrete-time Lucas model. Journal of Difference Equations and Applications, 10(5), 501-514, 2004.

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David DE LA CROIX, Géraldine MAHIEU and Alexandra RILLAERS. How should the allocation of resources adjust to the baby bust? Journal of Public Economic Theory, 6(4), 607-636, 2004.

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Jean-François MERTENS. Localization of the degree on lower-dimensional sets. International Journal of Game Theory, 32, 379-386, 2003.

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Jean-François MERTENS and Abraham NEYMAN. A value on 'AN. International Journal of Game Theory, 32, 109-120, 2003.

1738.
Jean-François MERTENS. Ordinality in non cooperative games. International Journal of Game Theory, 32, 387-430, 2003.

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Jean CAVAILHES, Dominique PEETERS, Evangelos SEKERIS and Jacques-François THISSE. The periurban city: why to live between the suburbs and the countryside. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 34, 681-703, 2004.

1735.
François MANIQUET and Yves SPRUMONT. Fair production and allocation of an excludable nonrival good. Econometrica, 72(2), 627-640, 2004.

1734.
François MANIQUET. Implementation of allocation rules under perfect information. Social Choice and Welfare, 21, 323-346, 2003.

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Geoffroy DE CLIPPEL and Enrico MINELLI. Two-person bargaining with verifiable information. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 40, 799-813, 2004.

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Marc GERMAIN, Vincent VAN STEENBERGHE and Alphonse MAGNUS. Optimal policy with tradable and bankable pollution permits: taking the market microstructure into account. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 6(5), 737-757, 2004.

1731.
Luc BAUWENS, Charles S. BOS, Herman K. VAN DIJK and Rutger D. VAN OEST. Adaptive radial-based direction sampling: some flexible and robust Monte Carlo integration methods. Journal of Econometrics, 123, 201-225, 2004.

1730.
Hans HALLER and Anthony PAVLOPOULOS. Technological failure, economic success. International Game Theory Review, 4(4), 415-434, 2002.

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Ana MAULEON and Vincent VANNETELBOSCH. Farsightedness and cautiousness in coalition formation games with positive spillovers. Theory and Decision, 56, 291-324, 2004.

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Matthias KOEPPE, Quentin LOUVEAUX, Robert WEISMANTEL and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Extended formulations for Gomory corner polyhedra. Discrete Optimization, 1, 141-165, 2004.

1727.
David DE LA CROIX and Matthias DOEPKE. Public versus private education when differential fertility matters. Journal of Development Economics, 73, 607-629, 2004.

1726.
François GLINEUR and Tamas TERLAKY. Conic formulation for lp-norm optimization. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, 122(2), 285-307, 2004.

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Gianmarco OTTAVIANO and Jacques-François THISSE. Agglomeration and economic geography. In V. Henderson and J.-F. Thisse (eds.), Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics. Volume 4: Cities and Geography. Amsterdam, Elsevier North Holland, 2563-2608, 2004.

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Luisito BERTINELLI and Duncan BLACK. Urbanization and growth. Journal of Urban Economics, 56, 80-96, 2004.

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Luisito BERTINELLI. Innovation et externalités spatiales: une approche par la fonction de production de connaissance. Innovation and spatial spillovers: a knowledge production function approach. Revue d'Economie Régionale et Urbaine, 2, 283-310, 2004.

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Helmuth CREMER, Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR and Pierre PESTIEAU. Social security, retirement age and optimal income taxation. Journal of Public Economics, 88, 2259-2281, 2004.

1721.
Jean CAVAILHES, Pierre FRANKHAUSER, Dominique PEETERS and Isabelle THOMAS. Where Alonso meets Sierpinski: an urban economic model of a fractal metropolitan area. Environmental and Planning A, 36, 1471-1498, 2004.

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Paul BELLEFLAMME and Eric TOULEMONDE. Product differentiation in successive vertical oligopolies. Canadian Journal of Economic/Revue canadienne d'Economique, 36(3), 523-545, 2003.

1719.
Ana MAULEON and Vincent J. VANNETELBOSCH. Bargaining with endogenous deadlines. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 54, 321-335, 2004.

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Luc BAUWENS and Jeroen V.K. ROMBOUTS. Econometrics. In J.E. Gentle, W. Härdle and Y. Mori (eds.), Handbook of Computational Statistics. Concepts and Methods. Berlin, Springer, 951-979, 2004.

1712.
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Paul BELLEFLAMME and Francis BLOCH. Market sharing agreements and collusive networks. International Economic Review, 45(2), 387-411, 2004.

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Pierre PESTIEAU, Uri M. POSSEN and Steven M. SLUTSKY. Jointly optimal taxes and enforcement policies in response to tax evasion. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 6(2), 337-374, 2004.

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1708.
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Pierre GIOT and Sébastien LAURENT. Value-at-Risk for long and short trading positions. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 18, 641-664, 2003.

1706.
Michel BEINE and Sébastien LAURENT. Central bank interventions and jumps in double long memory models of daily exchange rates. Journal of Empirical Finance, 10, 641-660, 2003.

1705.
Michel BEINE, Sébastien LAURENT and Christelle LECOURT. Official central bank interventions and exchange rate volatility: Evidence from a regime-switching analysis. European Economic Review, 47, 891-911, 2003.

1704.
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1703.
Raouf BOUCEKKINE and Aude POMMERET. Energy saving technical progress and optimal capital stock: the role of embodiment. Economic Modelling, 21, 429-444, 2004.

1702.
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Cagri SAGLAM and Thomas VALLEE. Technology adoption under embodiment: a two-stage optimal control approach. Macroeconomics Dynamics, 8, 250-271, 2004.

1701.
Maurice MARCHAND, Pierre PESTIEAU and Maria RACIONERO. Optimal redistribution when different workers are indistinguishable. Canadian Journal of Economics, 36(4), 911-922, 2003.

1700.
Helmuth CREMER, Pierre PESTIEAU and Jean-Charles ROCHET. Capital income taxation when inherited wealth is not observable. Journal of Public Economics, 87, 2475-2490, 2003.

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Han BLEICHRODT, David CRAINICH and Louis EECKHOUDT. Comorbidities and the willingness to pay for health improvements. Journal of Public Economics, 87, 2399-2406, 2003.

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Louis EECKHOUDT and James HAMMITT. Does risk aversion increase the value of mortality risk? Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 47, 13-29, 2004.

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Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Social insurance competition between Bismarck and Beveridge. Journal of Urban Economics, 54, 181-196, 2003.

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Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. The double dividend of postponing retirement. International Tax and Public Finance, 10, 419-434, 2003.

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Pierre ARNOLD, Dominique PEETERS and Isabelle THOMAS. Modelling a rail/road intermodal transportation system. Transportation Research Part E, 40, 255-270, 2004.

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Luc BAUWENS, Alan KIRMAN, Michel LUBRANO and Camelia PROTOPOPESCU. Ranking economics departments in Europe: a statistical approach. Journal of the European Economic Association, 1(6), 1367-1401, 2003.

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Robin BOADWAY, Maurice MARCHAND and Motohiro SATO. An optimal contract approach to hospital financing. Journal of Health Economics, 23, 85-110, 2004.

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Philippe DE DONDER and Jean HINDRIKS. Majority support for progressive income taxation with corner preferences. Public Choice, 118, 437-449, 2004.

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Claude D'ASPREMONT, Jacques CREMER and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Balanced Bayesian mechanisms. Journal of Economic Theory, 115, 385-396, 2004.

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Elena DEL REY. Funding schools for greater equity. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 34, 203-224, 2004.

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Luc BAUWENS, and David VEREDAS. The stochastic conditional duration model: a latent variable model for the analysis of financial durations. Journal of Econometrics, 119, 381-412, 2004.

1687.
Charles FIGUIÈRES, Mabel TIDBALL and Alain JEAN-MARIE. On the effects of conjectures in a symmetric strategic setting. Research in Economics, 58, 75-102, 2004.

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Nicolas BOCCARD and Xavier WAUTHY. Optimal quotas, price competition and products' attributes. The Japanese Economic Review, 54(4), 395-408, 2003.

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Charles FIGUIÈRES, Jean HINDRIKS and Gareth D. MYLES. Revenue sharing versus expenditure sharing in a federal system. International Tax and Public Finance, 11, 155-174, 2004.

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Pierre GIOT and Sébastien LAURENT. Market risk in commodity markets: a VaR approach. Energy Economics, 25, 435-457, 2003.

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Raouf BOUCEKKINE, David DE LA CROIX and Omar LICANDRO. Early mortality declines at the dawn of modern growth. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 105(3), 401-418, 2003.

1680.
Yurii NESTEROV and André DE PALMA. Stationary dynamic solutions in congested transportation networks: summary and perspectives. Networks and Spatial Economics, 3, 371-395, 2003.

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Marc GERMAIN and Vincent VAN STEENBERGHE. Constraining equitable allocations of tradable CO2 emission quotas by acceptability. Environmental and Resource Economics, 26, 469-492, 2003.

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Robin BOADWAY, Maurice MARCHAND and Jean-François TREMBLAY. Simultaneous public and private provision of services, asymmetric information and innovation. International Tax and Public Finance, 10, 317-339, 2003.

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Johan EYCKMANS and Henry TULKENS. Simulating coalitionally stable burden sharing agreements for the climate change problem. Resource and Energy Economics, 25, 299-327, 2003.

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David DE LA CROIX and Matthias DOEPKE. Inequality and growth: why differential fertility matters. The American Economic Review, 93(4), 1091-1113, 2003.

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Ana MAULEON and Vincent J. VANNETELBOSCH. Efficiency wages and union-firm bargaining with private information. Spanish Economic Review, 5, 307-316, 2003.

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Philippe DE DONDER and Jean HINDRIKS. The politics of redistributive social insurance. Journal of Public Economics, 87, 2639-2660, 2003.

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Philippe DE DONDER and Jean HINDRIKS. The politics of progressive income taxation with incentive effects. Journal of Public Economics, 87, 2491-2505, 2003.

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Isabelle THOMAS, Henry TULKENS and Pierre BERQUIN. Quelles frontières pour Bruxelles? In T. Eggerickx, C. Gourbin, B. Schoumaker, C. Vandeschrick and E. Vilquin (eds.), Populations et Défis Urbains - Chaire Quetelet 1999. Louvain-la-Neuve, Academia-Bruylant/L'Harmattan, 79-97, 2003.

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Jean HINDRIKS, Michael KEEN and Abhinay MUTHOO. Corruption, extortion and evasion. In G. Abed and S. Gupta (eds.), Governance, Corruption, & Economic Performance. Washington, International Monetary Fund, 396-436, 2002.

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Luc BAUWENS and Pierre GIOT. Asymmetric ACD models: Introducing price information in ACD models. Empirical Economics, 28, 709-731, 2003.

1669.
Mohamed BOUZAHZAH, David DE LA CROIX and Frédéric DOCQUIER. Policy reforms and growth in computable OLG economies. Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, 26, 2093-2113, 2002.

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Han BLEICHRODT, David CRAINICH and Louis EECKHOUDT. The effect of comorbidities on treatment decisions. Journal of Health Economics, 22, 805-820, 2003.

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Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Xavier Y. WAUTHY. The option of joint purchase in vertically differentiated markets. Economic Theory, 22, 817-829, 2003.

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Jean-François MERTENS and T. PARTHASARATHY. Equilibria for discounted stochastic games. In A. Neyman and S. Sorin (eds.), Stochastic Games and Applications. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 131-172, 2003.

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Jean-François MERTENS. A measurable "measurable choice" theorem. In A. Neyman and S. Sorin (eds.), Stochastic Games and Applications. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 107-130, 2003.

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Rabah AMIR. Stochastic games in economics and related fields: an overview. In A. Neyman and S. Sorin (eds.), Stochastic Games and Applications. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 455-470, 2003.

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Rabah AMIR. Stochastic games in economics: the lattice-theoretic approach. In A. Neyman and S. Sorin (eds.), Stochastic Games and Applications. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 443-453, 2003.

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François MANIQUET. A characterization of the Shapley value in queueing problems. Journal of Economic Theory, 109, 90-103, 2003.

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François MANIQUET. A study of proportionality and robustness in economies with a commonly owned technology. Review of Economic Design, 7, 1-15, 2002.

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Lodewijk BERLAGE, Danny CASSIMON, Jacques DRÈZE and Paul REDING. Prospective aid and indebtedness relief: a proposal. World Development, 31(10), 1635-1654, 2003.

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Quentin LOUVEAUX and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Lifting, superadditivity, mixed integer rounding and single node flow sets revisited. Quarterly Journal of the Belgian, French and Italian Operations Research Societies, 1(3), 173-207, 2003.

1658.
Ana MAULEON and Vincent J. VANNETELBOSCH. Market competition and strike activity. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 21, 737-758, 2003.

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Raouf BOUCEKKINE and Blanca MARTINEZ. Replacement, adoption and economic dynamics: lessons from a canonical creative destruction model. Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 14, 339-359, 2003.

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Philippe CHEVALIER and Nathalie TABORDON. Overflow analysis and cross-trained servers. International Journal of Production Economics, 85, 47-60, 2003.

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Salvador BARRIOS and Juan José DE LUCIO. Economic integration and regional business cycles: evidence from the Iberian regions. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 65(4), 497-515, 2003.

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Salvador BARRIOS, Holger GÖRG and Eric STROBL. Explaining firms' export behaviour: R&D, spillovers and the destination market. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 65(4), 475-496, 2003.

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Andrew J. MILLER and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Tight formulations for some simple mixed integer programs and convex objective integer programs. Mathematical Programming, Serie B, 98, 73-88, 2003.

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Rabah AMIR and Isabel GRILO. On strategic complementarity conditions in Bertrand oligopoly. Economic Theory, 22, 227-232, 2003.

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Rabah AMIR and Val E. LAMBSON. Entry, exit, and imperfect competition in the long run. Journal of Economic Theory, 110, 191-203, 2003.

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Rabah AMIR, Igor EVSTIGNEEV and John WOODERS. Noncooperative versus cooperative R&D with endogenous spillover rates. Games and Economic Behavior, 42, 183-207, 2003.

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Jon HAMILTON, Jean-Marie LOZACHMEUR and Pierre PESTIEAU. Rawlsian governments and the race to the bottom. Economics Bulletin, 8(2), 1-6, 2002.

1648.
Maurice MARCHAND, Pierre PESTIEAU and Motohiro SATO. Can partial fiscal coordination be welfare worsening? A model of tax competition. Journal of Urban Economics, 54, 451-458, 2003.

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Robin BOADWAY and Pierre PESTIEAU. Indirect taxation and redistribution: the scope of the Atkinson-Stiglitz theorem. In R. Arnott, B. Greenwald, R. Kanbur and B. Nalebuff (eds.), Economics for an Imperfect World. Essays in Honor of Joseph E. Stiglitz. Cambridge, The MIT Press, 387-403, 2003.

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Raouf BOUCEKKINE, David DE LA CROIX and Yiannis VAILAKIS. Technological shocks and IT revolutions. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 68(1-2), 75-89, 2002.

1645.
François GLINEUR. Les méthodes de point intérieur. In J. Teghem (ed.), Programmation Linéaire. Bruxelles, Editions de l'Université de Bruxelles, 263-285, 2003.

1644.
Henry TULKENS. On cooperation in Musgravian models of externalities within a federation. In S. Cnossen and H.-W. Sinn (eds.), Public Finance and Public Policy in the New Century. Cambridge, The MIT Press, 451-463, 2003.

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Robin BOADWAY, Manuel LEITE-MONTEIR, Maurice MARCHAND and Pierre PESTIEAU. Social insurance and redistribution. In S. Cnossen and H.-W. Sinn (eds.), Public Finance and Public Policy in the New Century. Cambridge, The MIT Press, 333-358, 2003.

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Pierre PESTIEAU. Social insurance and redistribution. In T. Andersen and P. Molander (eds.), Alternative for Welfare Policy. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 238-254, 2003.

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Robin BOADWAY and Pierre PESTIEAU. Optimal redistribution and needs. In M. Ahlheim, H.-D. Wenzel and W. Wiegard (eds.), Steuerpolitik - Von der Theorie zur Praxis, Heidelberg, Springer-Verlag, 1-14,, 2003.

1640.
Pierre PESTIEAU. Raising the age of retirement to ensure a better retirement. The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance, 28(4), 686-695, 2003.

1639.
Andrew J. MILLER and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Tight MIP formulations for multi-item discrete lot-sizing problems. Operations Research, 51(4), 557-565, 2003.

1638.
Liudas GIRAITIS, Piotr KOKOSZKA, Remigijus LEIPUS and Gilles TEYSSIÈRE. On the power of R/S-type tests under contiguous and semi-long memory alternatives. Acta Applicandae Mathematicae,78, 285-299, 2003.

1637.
Marc GERMAIN, Philippe TOINT, Henry TULKENS and Aart DE ZEEUW. Transfers to sustain dynamic core-theoretic cooperation in international stock pollutant control. Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, 28, 79-99, 2003.

1636.
Laurence BROZE, Mathilde STEINAUER and Isabelle THOMAS. Discrimination spatiale des femmes et ségrégation sur le marché du travail: l'exemple de Bruxelles. Espace, Populations, Sociétés, 323-345, 2002-2003.

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Charles FIGUIÈRES and Magali VERDONCK. On the core of an economy with multilateral and multidimensional environmental externalities. Economics Bulletin, 3(3), 1-10, 2003.

1634.
Ismael R. DE FARIAS and Georges L. NEMHAUSER.A polyhedral study of the cardinality constrained knapsack problem. Mathematical Programming Serie A, 96, 439-467, 2003.

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Yves SMEERS. Market incompleteness in regional electricity transmission. Part II: the forward and real time markets. Networks and Spatial Economics, 3, 175-196, 2003.

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Yves SMEERS. Market incompleteness in regional electricity transmission. Part I: the forward market. Networks and Spatial Economics, 3, 151-174, 2003.

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Raouf BOUCEKKINE, and David DE LA CROIX. Information technologies, embodiment and growth. Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, 27, 2007-2034, 2003.

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Raouf BOUCEKKINE and Ramon RUIZ-TAMARIT. Capital maintenance and investment: complements or substitutes? Journal of Economics, 78(1), 1-28, 2003.

1629.
Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Fernando DEL RIO and Omar LICANDRO. Embodied technological change, learning-by-doint and the productivity slowdown. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 105(1), 87-97, 2003.

1628.
Philippe MICHEL, Oliver PADDISON and Pierre PESTIEAU. Old age consumption and pension policy in a two-tier developing economy. Finnish Economic Papers , 16(1), 3-14, 2003.

1627.
Laurence A. WOLSEY. Strong formulations for mixed integer programs: valid inequalities and extended formulations. Mathematical Programming, Serie B, 97, 423-447, 2003.

1626.
Henry TULKENS. Pourquoi le fédéralisme? Revue Economique, 54(3), 469-476, 2003.

1625.
Jacques H. DRÈZE. La globalisation des risques, principes et application à l'Union Monétaire, à la dette du Tiers-Monde et aux pensions. Forum Financier/Revue Bancaire et Financière, 2-3, 192-201, 2002.

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Luisito BERTINELLI et Rosella NICOLINI. La R&D au niveau des entreprises belges: une approche spatiale. Brussels Economic Review - Cahiers Economiques de Bruxelles, 45(4), 187-216, 2002.

1623.
Pierre DEHEZ, Jacques H. DRÈZE and Takashi SUZUKI. Imperfect competition à la Negishi, also with fixed costs. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 39, 219-237, 2003.

1622.
Yves GENIN, Yvan HACHEZ, Yu. NESTEROV and Paul VAN DOOREN. Optimizat problems over positive pseudopolynomial matrices. SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications, 25(1), 57-79, 2003.

1621.
François GLINEUR. Improving complexity of structured convex optimization problems usiion ng self-concordant barriers. European Journal of Operational Research, 143, 291-310, 2002.

1620.
Marc BOURGEOIS, Géraldine VAN DER STICHELE, et Magali VERDONCK. Le refinancement des communautés et l'extension de l'autonomie fiscale des régions: aspects juridiques et économiques./ Henry TULKENS. Refinancement, autonomie et loyauté fiscales ou du bon usage des mots en politique institutionnelle. Quelques réflexions sur les articles de G. Rosoux et M. Bourgeois, G. Van der Stichele et M. Verdonck. Administration Publique. Revue du droit public et des sciences administratives, T 2-3-4, 235-253/265-267, 2002.

1619.
Louis EECKHOUDT, Olivier MAHUL and John MORAN. Fixed-reimbursement insurance: basic properties and comparative statics. The Journal of Risk and Insurance, 70(2), 207-218, 2003.

1618.
Louis EECKHOUDT and Nicolas TREICH. Adjustment costs, uncertainty, and the level of activity. Southern Economic Journal, 69(4), 990-999, 2003.

1617.
Victor GINSBURGH and Jan C. VAN OURS. Expert opinion and compensation: evidence from a musical competition. The American Economic Review, 93(1), 289-296, 2003.

1616.
Victor GINSBURGH. Awards, success and aesthetic quality in the arts. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 17(2), 99-111, 2003.

1615.
Victor GINSBURGH and Israel ZANG. The museum pass game and its value. Games and Economic Behavior, 43, 322-325, 2003.

1614.
Philippe MICHEL and Pierre PESTIEAU. Optimal taxation of capital and labor income with social security and variable retirement age. FinanzArchiv, 59(2), 163-176, 2003.

1613.
Jean-François RICHARD, Henry TULKENS et Magali VERDONCK. Dynamique des interactions fiscales entre les communes belges 1984-1997. Economie et Prévision, 156, 1-14, 2002.

1612.
Pierre GIOT. The information content of implied volatility in agricultural commodity markets. The Journal of Futures Markets, 23(5), 441-454, 2003.

1611.
Francisco ORTEGA and Laurence A. WOLSEY. A branch-and-cut algorithm for the single-commodity, uncapacitated, fixed-charge network flow problem. NETWORKS, 41(3), 143-158, 2003.

1610.
Robin BOADWAY, Katherine CUFF and Maurice MARCHAND. Equalization and the decentralization of revenue-raising in a federation. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 5(2), 201-228, 2003.

1609.
Manuel LEITE-MONTEIRO, Maurice MARCHAND and Pierre PESTIEAU. Employment subsidy with capital mobility. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 5(2), 327-344, 2003.

1608.
Jacques-François THISSE, Etienne WASMER et Yves ZENOU. Ségrégation urbaine, logement et marchés du travail. Revue française d'économie, 4(17), 85-129, 2003.

1607.
Masahisa FUJITA and Jacques-François THISSE. Agglomeration and market interaction. In M. Dewatripont, L.P. Hansen and S. Turnovsky (eds.), Advances in Economics and Econometrics. Theory and Applications, Eighth World Congress, Volume 1. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 302-338, 2003.

1606.
Pierre PESTIEAU. The role of gift and estate transfers in the United States and in Europe. In A. Munnell and A. Sundén (eds.), Death and Dollars. The Role of Gifts and Bequests in America. Washington, Brookings Institution Press, 64-90, 2003.

1605.
Laurence A. WOLSEY. Solving multi-item lot-sizing problems with an MIP solver using classification and reformulation. Management Science, 48(12), 1587-1602, 2002.

1604.
Henry TULKENS. Refinancement, autonomie et loyauté fiscales ou du bon usage des mots en politique institutionnelle. Administration Publique, T 2-3-4, 265-267, 2002.
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Helmuth CREMER, Arnaud DELLIS and Pierre PESTIEAU. Family size and optimal income taxation. Journal of Population Economics, 16, 37-54, 2003.

1602.
Ernesto SAVAGLIO. A note on inequality criteria. Mathematical Inequalities & Applications, 6(1), 81-86, 2003.

1601.
Jean CAVAILHÈS, Dominique PEETERS, Evangelos SÉKERIS and Jacques-François THISSE. La ville périurbaine. Revue Economique, 54(1), 5-24, 2003.

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Marko LOPARIC, Hugues MARCHAND and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Dynamic knapsack sets and capacitated lot-sizing. Mathematical Programming, Serie B, 95, 53-69, 2003.

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Jean HINDRIKS and Gareth D. MYLES. Strategic inter-regional transfers. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 5(2), 229-248, 2003.

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Moshe JUSTMAN, Jacques-François THISSE and Tanguy VAN YPERSELE. Taking the bite out of fiscal competition. Journal of Urban Economics, 52, 294-315, 2002.

1597.
Steven SHAVELL and Tanguy VAN YPERSELE. Rewards versus intellectual property rights. Journal of Law and Economics, 44(2), 525-547, 2001.

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Dirk ALBOTH, Anat LERNER and Jonathan SHALEV. Profit maximizing in auctions of public goods. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 3(4), 501-525, 2001.

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Yu. NESTEROV and Mike TODD. On the Riemannian geometry defined by self-concordant barriers and interior-point methods. Foundations of Computational Mathematics, 2, 333-361, 2002.

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Liudas GIRAITIS, Piotr KOKOSZKA, Remigijus LEIPUS and Gilles TEYSSIÈRE. Rescaled variance and related tests for long memory in volatility and levels. Journal of Econometrics, 112, 265-294, 2003.

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Alan KIRMAN and Gilles TEYSSIÈRE. Microeconomic models for long memory in the volatility of financial time series. Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics, 5(4), 281-302, 2002.

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Claude D'ASPREMONT and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Collective choice mechanisms and individual incentives. In C. Schmidt (ed.), Game Theory and Economic Analysis. A quiet revolution in economics. London, Routledge, 151-171, 2002.

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Parkash CHANDER. International treaties on global pollution: a dynamic time-path analysis. In G. Ranis and L.K. Raut (eds.), Trade, Growth and Development. Essays in Honor of Professor T.N. Srinivasan. Amsterdam, Elsevier Science, 353-361, 1999.

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Parkash CHANDER, Henry TULKENS, Jean-Pascal VAN YPERSELE and Stephane WILLEMS. The Kyoto Protocol: an economic and game-theoretic interpretation. In B. Kriström, P. Dasgupta and K-G. Löfgren (eds.), Economic Theory for the Environment. Essays in Honour of Karl-Göran Mäler. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 98-117, 2002.

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Jean HINDRIKS. La formalisation et la prévision en économie. Reflets et Perspectives, XLI(4), 21-31, 2002.

1588.
Francisco CABALLERO-SANZ, Rafael MONER-COLONQUES and José J. SEMPERE-MONERRIS. Optimal licensing in a spatial model. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 66, 257-279, 2002.

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Jean-François MERTENS. Stochastic games. In R.J. Aumann and S. Hart (eds.), Handbook of Game Theory, Volume 3. Amsterdam, Elsevier Science, 1810-1832, 2002.

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Jean-François MERTENS. Some other economic applications of the value. In R.J. Aumann and S. Hart (eds.), Handbook of Game Theory, Volume 3. Amsterdam, Elsevier Science, 2186-2201, 2002.

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Hamish WATERER, Ellis JOHNSON, Paolo NOBILI and Martin SAVELSBERGH. The relation of time indexed formulations of single machine scheduling problems to the node packing problem. Mathematical Programming, Serie A, 93, 477-494, 2002.

1584.
Luca LAMBERTINI and Andrea MANTOVANI. Price vs quantity in a duopoly with technological spillovers: a welfare re-appraisal. Keio Economic Studies , 38(2), 41-52, 2001.

1583.
Louis EECKHOUDT and Christian GOLLIER. Which shape for the cost curve of risk? The Journal of Risk and Insurance, 68(3), 387-402, 2001.

1582.
Elena DEL REY and Maria del Mar RACIONERO. Optimal educational choice and redistribution when parental education matters. Oxford Economic Papers, 54, 435-448, 2002.

1581.
Claire DUJARDIN. Effet de frontière et interaction spatiale. Les migrations alternantes et la frontière linguistique en Belgique. L'Espace Géographique, 4, 307-320, 2001.

1580.
Laurence BROZE, Christian FRANCQ and Jean-Michel ZAKOIAN. Efficient use of higher-lag autocorrelations for estimating autoregressive processes. Journal of Time Series Analysis, 23(3), 287-312, 2002.

1579.
Gaetano BLOISE, Sergio CURRARINI and Nicholas KIKIDIS. Inflation, welfare, and public goods. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 4(3), 369-386, 2002.

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Jacqueline BOUCHER and Yves SMEERS. Towards a common European electricity market. Journal of Network Industries, 3, 375-424, 2002.

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Gaetano BLOISE. A geometric approach to sunspot equilibria. Journal of Economic Theory, 101, 519-539, 2001.

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Laurence BROZE, Christian FRANCQ and Jean-Michel ZAKOIAN. Non-redundancy of high order moment conditions for efficient GMM estimation of weak AR processes. Economics Letters, 71, 317-322, 2001.

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Rabah AMIR, Niels NANNERUP, Anna STEPANOVA and Eline EGUIAZAROVA. Monopoly versus R&D-integrated duopoly. The Manchester School, 70(1), 88-100, 2002.

1574.
Pierre PESTIEAU, Uri POSSEN and Steven SLUTSKY. Randomization, revelation, and redistribution in a Lerner world. Economic Theory, 20(3), 539-553, 2002

1573.
Jean GABSZEWICZ and Xavier WAUTHY. Quality underprovision by a monopolist when quality is not costly. Economics Letters,77, 65-72, 2002.

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Helena BELTRAN-LOPEZ and Alain DURRÉ. La consommation est-elle à l'abri des crises boursières? Regards Economiques, 4, 1-8, 2002.

1571.
Quentin LOUVEAUX and Laurence WOLSEY. Combining problem structure with basis reduction to solve a class of hard integer programs. Mathematics of Operations Research, 27(3), 470-484, 2002.

1570.
Takatoshi TABUCHI and Jacques-François THISSE. Taste heterogeneity, labor mobility and economic geography. Journal of Development Economics, 69, 155-177, 2002.

1569.
Luc BAUWENS and Michel LUBRANO. Bayesian option pricing using asymmetric GARCH models. Journal of Empirical Finance, 9, 321-342, 2002.

1568.
Karen AARDAL, Robert WEISMANTEL and Laurence WOLSEY. Non-standard approaches to integer programming. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 123, 5-74, 2002.

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Hugues MARCHAND, Alexander MARTIN, Robert WEISMANTEL and Laurence WOLSEY. Cutting planes in integer and mixed integer programming. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 123, 397-446, 2002.

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Robin BOADWAY, Maurice MARCHAND, Pierre PESTIEAU and Maria del mar RACIONERO. Optimal redistribution with heterogeneous preferences for leisure. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 4(4), 475-498, 2002.

1565.
François MAIRESSE and Philippe VANDEN EECKAUT. Museum assessment and FDH technology: towards a global approach. Journal of Cultural Economics, 26, 261-286, 2002.

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Claude D'ASPREMONT and Louis GEVERS. Social welfare functionals and interpersonal comparability. In K. Arrow, A. Sen and K. Suzumura (eds.), Handbook of Social Choice and Welfare, Volume 1. Amsterdam, Elsevier Science, 459-541, 2002.

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Amrita DHILLON and Susana PERALTA. Economic theories of voter turnout. The Economic Journal, 112, 332-352, 2002.

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Francesco DE SINOPOLI and Alessandro TURRINI. A remark on voters' rationality in a model of representative democracy. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 4(2), 163-170, 2002.

1561.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Didier LAUSSEL and Nathalie SONNAC. Press advertising and the political differentiation of newspapers. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 4(3), 317-334, 2002.

1560.
Jean HINDRIKS and Romans PANCS. Free riding on altruism and group size. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 4(3), 335-346, 2002.

1559.
Charles FIGUIÈRES and Jean HINDRIKS. Matching grants and Ricardian equivalence. Journal of Urban Economics, 52, 177-191, 2002.

1558.
Xavier WAUTHY and Yves ZENOU. How does imperfect competition in the labor market affect unemployment policies. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 4(3), 417-436, 2002.

1557.
Francis BLOCH and Hélène FERRER. Strategic complements and substitutes in bilateral oligopolies. Economics Letters, 70, 83-87, 2001.

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Gian Luigi ALBANO, Fabrizio GERMANO and Stefano LOVO. A comparison of standard multi-unit auctions with synergies. Economics Letters, 71, 55-60, 2001.

1555.
Françoise FORGES, Aviad HEIFETZ and Enrico MINELLI. Incentive compatible core and competitive equilibria in differential information economies. Economic Theory, 18, 349-365, 2001.

1554.
Henry TULKENS. Coopération versus "free-riding" dans le domaine des affaires internationales sur l'environnement: deux approches. Régulation environmentale. Jeux, coalitions, contrats, sous la direction de Gilles Rotillon. Paris, Economica, 47-61, 2002.

1553.
Gianmarco OTTAVIANO, Takatoshi TABUCHI and Jacques-François THISSE. Agglomeration and trade revisited. International Economic Review, 43(2), 409-435, 2002.

 1552.
Jean HINDRIKS. Public versus private insurance with dual theory: a political economy argument. The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance Theory, 26, 225-241, 2001.

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Joachim GRAMMIG, Reinhard HUJER and Stefan KOKOT. Tackling boundary effects in nonparametric estimation of intra-day liquidity measures. Computational Statistics, 17, 233-249, 2002.

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Pierre PESTIEAU. Are we retiring too early? Zeitschrift für empirische Wirtschaftsforschung, ifo Studien, 3/2001(47), 263-281, 2001.

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Jack MINTZ et Henry TULKENS. Coopération et design des institutions: une perspective économique. Autonomie, solidarité et coopération. Quelques enjeux du fédéralisme belge au 21e siècle, sous la direction de Philippe Cattoir, Philippe de Bruycker, Hugues Dumont, Henry Tulkens et Els Witte. Bruxelles, De Boeck & Larcier, 467-487, 2002.

1548.
Fatima BARROS and Isabel GRILO. Delegation in a vertically differentiated duopoly. The Manchester School, 70(1), 164-184, 2002.

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Victor GINSBURGH and Shlomo WEBER. Product lines and price discrimination in the European car market. The Manchester School, 70(1), 101-114, 2002.

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Özgür KIBRIS. Misrepresentation of utilities in bargaining: pure exchange and public good economies. Games and Economics Behavior, 39, 91-110, 2002.

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Jan K. BRUECKNER, Jacques-François THISSE and Yves ZENOU. Local labor markets, job matching, and urban location. International Economic Review, 43(1), 155-171, 2002.

1544.
Jacques H. DRÈZE. Economic and social security: the role of the EU. De Economist, 150, 1-18, 2002.

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Jacques-François THISSE. Dispersion, agglomeration et re-dispersion? Revue d'Economie Régionale et Urbaine, 1, 13-34, 2002.

1542.
Joe THARAKAN and Jacques-François THISSE. The importance of being small. Or when countries are areas and not points. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 32, 381-408, 2002

1541.
Gianmarco OTTAVIANO and Jacques-François THISSE. Integration, agglomeration and the political economics of factor mobility. Journal of Public Economics, 83, 429-456, 2002

1540.
Lode BERLAGE, Danny CASSIMON, Jacques DREZE et Paul REDING. PAIR: une proposition pour la relance de l'aide au développement et pour une solution globale au problème de la dette des pays les plus pauvres. Les défis de la globalisation. Babel ou Pentecôte? sous la direction de Jacques Delcourt et Philippe de Woot. Louvain-la-Neuve, UCL Presses universitaires de Louvain, 121-168, 2001.

1539.
Stefano DEMICHELIS and Fabrizio GERMANO. Some consequences of the unknottedness of the Walras correspondence. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 34, 537-545, 2000.

1538.
Jacqueline BOUCHER and Yves SMEERS. Alternative models of restructured electricity systems, part 1: no market power. Operations Research, 49(6), 821-838, 2001.

1537.
Xavier WAUTHY. A note on research and development and voluntary export restrictions. Economics Bulletin, 6, 1-6, 2002.

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Jean HINDRIKS. Mobility and redistributive politics. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 3(1), 95-120, 2001.

1535.
Jean HINDRIKS. Is there a demand for income tax progressivity? Economics Letters, 73, 43-50, 2001.

1534.
Joachim GRAMMIG and Marc WELLNER. Modeling the interdependence of volatility and inter-transaction duration processes. Journal of Econometrics, 106, 369-400, 2002.

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Géraldine VAN DER STICHELE et Magali VERDONCK. Les modifications de la loi spéciale de financement dans l'accord du Lambermont. CRISP, Courrier Hebdomadaire, 1733, 1-52, 2001.

1531.
Stefano DEMICHELIS and Fabrizio GERMANO. On the indices of zeros of Nash fields. Journal of Economic Theory, 94, 192-217, 2000.

1530.
Maria DEL MAR RACIONERO. Optimal tax mix with merit goods. Oxford Economic Papers, 53, 628-641, 2001.

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Vincent VAN STEENBERGHE. La conception d'un marché domestique de droits d'émission de gaz à effet de serre: aspects économiques. Institut de Recherches Economiques et Sociales, Analyses Economiques et Prévisions, Juin, 71-115, 2000.

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Helmuth CREMER, Pierre PESTIEAU and Jean-Charles ROCHET. Direct versus indirect taxation: the design of the tax structure revisited. International Economic Review, 42(3), 781-799, 2001.

1527.
Jean HINDRIKS, Sandrine PIERLOZ, Arnaud PINXTEREN and Olivier ROMIJN. Taxation équitable: évaluation du projet de réforme fiscale par la méthode Young. Institut de Recherches Economiques et Sociales, Analyses Economiques et Prévisions, Septembre, 79-89, 2001.

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Antonio ANTUNES and Dominique PEETERS. On solving complex multi-period location models using simulated annealing. European Journal of Operational Research, 130, 190-201, 2001.

1525.
Jacques H. DREZE and Heracles POLEMARCHAKIS. Monetary equilibria. In G. Debreu, W. Neuefeind and W. Trockel (eds.), Economics Essays: A Festschrift for Werner Hildenbrand. Heidelberg, Springer-Verlag, 83-108, 2001.

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Jacques H. DREZE and Heracles POLEMARCHAKIS. Intertemporal general equilibrium monetary and theory. In A. Leijonhufvud (ed.), Monetary Theory as a Basis for Monetary Policy. Hampshire, Palgrave, 33-59, 2001.

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Françoise FORGES and Enrico MINELLI. A note on the incentive compatible core. Journal of Economic Theory, 98, 179-188, 2001.

1522.
Massimo BORDIGNON and Enrico MINELLI. Rules transparency and political accountability. Journal of Public Economics, 80, 73-98, 2001.

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Harris SELOD and Yves ZENOU. Location and education in South African cities under and after Apartheid. Journal of Urban Economics, 49, 168-198, 2001.

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C.C.B. CAVALCANTE, C. CARVALHO DE SOUZA, M.W.P. SAVELSBERGH, Y. WANG and L.A. WOLSEY. Scheduling projects with labor constraints. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 112, 27-52, 2001.

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Didier LAUSSEL and Michel LE BRETON. Conflict and cooperation. The structure of equilibrium payoffs in common agency. Journal of Economic Theory, 100, 93-128, 2001.

1518.
Isabel GRILO, Oz SHY and Jacques-François THISSE. Price competition when consumer behavior is characterized by conformity or vanity. Journal of Public Economics, 80, 385-408, 2001.

1517.
Olivier PEREIRA and Laurence A. WOLSEY. On the Wagner-Whitin lot-sizing polyhedron. Mathematics of Operations Research, 26(3), 591-600, 2001.

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Gaetan BELVAUX and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Modelling practical lot-sizing problems as mixed-integer programs. Management Science, 47(7), 993-1007, 2001.

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Audrey BOSSUYT, Laurence BROZE and Victor GINSBURGH. On invisible trade relations between Mesopotamian cities during the Third Millennium B.C. The Professional Geographer, 53(3), 374-383, 2001.

1514.
Parkash CHANDER and Henry TULKENS. Strategically stable cost sharing in an economic-ecological negotiation process. In A. Ulph (ed.), Environmental policy, international agreements, and international trade. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 66-80, 2001.

1513.
Hugues MARCHAND and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Aggregation and mixed integer rounding to solve mips. Operations Research, 49(3), 363-371, 2001.

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Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Didier LAUSSEL and Nathalie SONNAC. Press advertising and the ascent of the `Pensée Unique'. European Economic Review, 45, 641-651, 2001.

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Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Lisa GRAZZINI. Strategic multilateral exchange and taxes. In G. Debreu, W. Neuefeind and W. Trockel (eds.), Economics Essays. Heidelberg, Springer-Verlag, 109-126, 2001.

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Jacques H. DRÈZE. On the macroeconomics of uncertainty and incomplete markets. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 67(1), 5-30, 2001.

1509.
Isabel GRILO and Xavier WAUTHY. Price competition when product quality is uncertain. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 66(4), 415-438, 2000.

1508.
Hylke VANDENBUSSCHE and Xavier WAUTHY. Inflicting injury through product quality: how European antidumping policy disadvantages European producers. European Journal of Political Economy, 17, 101-116, 2001.
 
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Olivier DAXHELET and Yves SMEERS. Variational inequality models of restructured electricity systems. In M.C. Ferris et al (eds.), Complementarity: Applications, Algorithms and Extensions. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Press, 85-120, 2001.

1506.
Gianmarco I.P. OTTAVIANO and Jacques-François THISSE. On economic geography in economic theory: increasing returns and pecuniary externalities. Journal of Economic Geography, 1, 153-179, 2001.

1505.
Jean GABZEWICZ, Nathlie SONNAC and Xavier WAUTHY. On price competition with complementary goods. Economics Letters, 70, 431-437, 2001.

1504.
Oktay GÜNLÜK and Yves POCHET. Mixing mixed-integer inequalities. Mathematical Programming, Serie A: 90, 429-457, 2001.

1503.
Vander LUCAS. Tax harmonisation and the origin principle. Economics Letters, 71, 111-115, 2001.

1502.
J. Vernon HENDERSON and Jacques-François THISSE. On strategic community development. Journal of Political Economy, 109(3), 546-569, 2001.

1501.
Elena DEL REY. Teaching versus research: a model of state university competition. Journal of Urban Economics, 49, 356-373, 2001.

1500.
Pierre GIOT. Time transformations, intraday data, and volatility models. Journal of Computational Finance, 4(2), 31-62, 2001.

1499.
Francesco DE SINOPOLI. On the generic finiteness of equilibrium outcomes in plurality games. Games and Economic Behavior, 34, 270-286, 2001.
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Marko LOPARIC, Yves POCHET and Laurence A. WOLSEY. The uncapacitated lot-sizing problem with sales and safety stocks. Mathematical Programming, Serie A 89, 487-504, 2001.

1497.
Luc BAUWENS and Pierre GIOT. The logarithmic ACD model: an application to the bid-ask quote process of three NYSE stocks. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 60, 117-149, 2000.

1496.
John DUGGAN and Michel LE BRETON. Mixed refinements of Shapley's saddles and weak tournaments. Social Choice Welfare, 18, 65-78, 2001.

1495.
Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Non-linear taxation of bequests, equal sharing rules and the tradeoff between intra- and inter-family inequalities. Journal of Public Economics, 79, 35-53, 2001.

1494.
Kurt M. ANSTREICHER, Marcia FAMPA, Jon LEE and Joy WILLIAMS. Maximum-entropy remote sampling. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 108, 211-226, 2001.

1493.
Jon LEE and Dan WILSON. Polyhedral methods for piecewise-linear functions I: the lambda method. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 108, 269-285, 2001.

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Isabelle THOMAS, Henry TULKENS et Pierre BERQUIN. Quelles frontières pour Bruxelles? La réponse d'un exercice statistique, géographique et économique. Tiré à part de Quatorzième Congrès des Economistes Belges de Langue Française, Les Conditions de la Croissance Régionale, Liège, 23 & 24 novembre 2000, 73-88, 2000.

1491.
Benoît GAILLY, Michel INSTALLE and Yves SMEERS. A new resolution method for the parametric linear complementarity problem. European Journal of Operational Research, 128, 639-646, 2001.

1490.
David PINES and Jacques-François THISSE. Urban systems: market and efficiency. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 3(1), 7-14, 2001.
1489.
Daniel DE WOLF and Yves SMEERS. The gas transmission problem solved by an extension of the simplex algorithm. Management Science, 46(11), 1454-1465, 2000.

1488.
Dominique PEETERS, Jacques-François THISSE and Isabelle THOMAS. On high-speed connections and the location of activities. Environment and Planning, 32, 2097-2112, 2000.

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Philippe MICHEL and Pierre PESTIEAU. Tax-transfer policy with altruists and non-altruists. In L.-A. Gérard-Varet, S.-C. Kolm and J. Mercier Ythier (eds.), The Economics of Reciprocity, Giving and Altruism. London, MacMillan Press, 275-284, 2000.

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Claude D'ASPREMONT, Louis-André GERARD-VARET and Philippe MICHEL. Intergenerational equity in a model of endogenous growth. In L.-A. Gérard-Varet, S.-C. Kolm and J. Mercier Ythier (eds.), The Economics of Reciprocity, Giving and Altruism. London, MacMillan Press, 248-259, 2000.

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Luc BAUWENS and Victor GINSBURGH. Art experts and auctions are pre-sale estimates unbiased and fully informative? Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 66(2) special issue, 131-144, 2000.

1484.
Pierre-André JOUVET, Philippe MICHEL and Pierre PESTIEAU. Altruism, voluntary contributions and neutrality: the case of environmental quality. Economica, 67, 465-475, 2000.

1483.
Jacques H. DREZE, Alain DURRE and Henri R. SNEESSENS. Investment stimulation, with some reference to housing. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 66(1), 33-53, 2000.

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Jacques H. DREZE. Economic and social security in the twenty-first century, with attention to Europe. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 102(3), 327-348, 2000.

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Jacques H. DREZE. William S. Vickrey. Biographical Memoirs, 75. Published 1998 by the National Academy press, Washington, D.C.

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Jacques-François THISSE and Yves ZENOU. Skill mismatch and unemployment. Economics Letters, 69, 415-420, 2000.

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Heracles M. POLEMARCHAKIS and Giulio SECCIA. A role for monetary policy when prices reveal information: an example. Journal of Economic Theory, 95, 107-115, 2000

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Jacques H. DREZE. On the dynamics of supply-constrained equilibria. In P.J.J. Herings, G. van der Laan and A.J.J. Talman (eds.), The Theory of Markets. Amsterdam, North-Holland, 7-25, 1999.

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Frédéric JOUNEAU-SION. Econométrie structurelle et comportements stratégiques. Revue Française d'Economie, XV(2), 195-217, 2000.

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Claude d'ASPREMONT and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Decentralized public decision making: the moral hazard problem. In David E. Wildasin (ed.), Fiscal Aspects of Evolving Federations. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 82-101, 1997.

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Georges CASAMATTA, Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. The political economy of social security. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 102(3), 503-522, 2000.

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Nicolas BOCCARD and Xavier WAUTHY. Bertrand competition and Cournot outcomes: futher results. Economics Letters, 68, 279-285, 2000.

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Maria del Mar RACIONERO. Optimal redistribution with unobservable preferences for an observable merit good. International Tax and Public Finance, 7, 479-501, 2000.

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Yu. NESTEROV. Squared functional systems and optimization problems. In H. Frenk, K. Roos, T. Terlaky and S. Zhang (eds.), High Performance Optimization. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Press, 405-440, 2000.

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Yu. NESTEROV, Henry WOLKOWICZ and Yinyu YE. Semidefinite programming relaxations of nonconvex quadratic optimization. In H. Wolkowicz, R. Saigal and L. Vandenberghe (eds.), Handbook of Semidefinite Programming: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Press, 361-419, 2000.

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Yu. NESTEROV. Stable traffic equilibria: properties and applications. Optimization and Engineering, 3, 29-50, 2000.

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Pierre PESTIEAU. Gifts, wills and inheritance law. In B. Bouckaert and G. De Geest (eds.), Encyclopedia of Law and Economics. Volume III: The Regulation of Contracts. Chelthenham, Edward Elgar, 888-906, 2000.

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Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Reforming our pension system: is it a demographic, financial or political problem? European Economic Review, 44, 974-983, 2000.

1467.
Francesco DE SINOPOLI. Sophisticated voting and equilibrium refinements under plurality rule. Social Choice and Welfare, 17, 655-672, 2000.

1466.
Robin BOADWAY, Katherine CUFF and Maurice MARCHAND. Optimal income taxation with quasi-linear preferences revisited. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 2(4), 435-460, 2000.

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Claude D'ASPREMONT, Sudipto BHATTACHARYA and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Bargaining and sharing innovative knowledge. Review of Economic Studies, 67(2), 255-271, 2000.

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Paul BELLEFLAMME, Pierre PICARD and Jacques-François THISSE. An economic theory of regional clusters. Journal of Urban Economics, 48, 158-184, 2000

1463.
Jonathan HAMILTON, Jacques-François THISSE and Yves ZENOU. Wage competition with heterogeneous workers and firms. Journal of Labor Economics, 18(3), 453-472, 2000.

1462.
Dominique PEETERS and Jacques-François THISSE. The production-location problem revisited. Papers in Regional Science, 79, 221-231, 2000.

1461.
Giulio CODOGNATO and Sayantan GHOSAL. Cournot-Nash equilibria in limit exchange economies with complete markets and consistent prices. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 34, 39-53, 2000.

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Moshe JUSTMAN and Jacques-François THISSE. Local public funding of higher education when skilled labor is imperfectly mobile. International Tax and Public Finance, 7, 247-258, 2000.

1459.
Jean-Paul LAMBERT, Henry TULKENS, Philippe CATTOIR, Michèle TAYMANS, Géraldine VAN DER STICHELE and Magali VERDONCK. Le financement de Bruxelles: enjeux et voies possibles. Reflets et Perspectives de la Vie Economique, XXXIX (2-3), 197-212, 2000.

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Dominique PEETERS and Isabelle THOMAS. Distance predicting functions and applied location-allocation models. Journal of Geographical Systems, 2, 167-184, 2000.

1457.
Robin BOADWAY, Maurice MARCHAND and Pierre PESTIEAU. Redistribution with unobservable bequests: a case for taxing capital income. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 102(2), 253-267, 2000.

1456.
Jonathan SHALEV. Loss aversion equilibrium. International Journal of Game Theory, 29, 269-287, 2000.

1455.
Gaëtan BELVAUX and Laurence A. WOLSEY. bc-prod: A specialized branch-and-cut system for lot-sizing problems. Management Science, 46(5), 724-738, 2000.

1454.
Jing-Yuan WEI and Yves SMEERS. Spatial oligopolistic electricity models with Cournot generators and regulated transmission prices. Operations Research, 47(1), 102-112, 1999.

1453.
Marc GERMAIN, Philippe TOINT and Henry TULKENS. Transferts financiers et optimum coopératif international en matière de pollutions-stocks. L'Actualité Economique. Revue d'Analyse Economique, 75(1-2-3), 427-446, 1999.

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Claude d'ASPREMONT, Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Contestability and the indeterminacy of free-entry equilibria. The Japanese Economic Review, 51(1), 72-83, 2000.

1451.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Alessandro TURRINI. Workers' skills, product quality and industry equilibrium. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 18, 575-593, 2000.

1450.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Nathalie SONNAC. Subscription as a price discrimination device. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 65(4), 421-433, 1999.

1449.
Georges CASAMATTA, Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Political sustainability and the design of social insurance. Journal of Public Economics, 75, 341-364, 2000.

1448.
Jacques H. DREZE. Sur la macroéconomie de l'incertitude et des marchés incomplets. Revue de l'OFCE, 72, 7-37, 2000.

1447.
Paolo GHIRARDATO and Michel LE BRETON. Choquet rationality. Journal of Economic Theory, 90, 277-285, 2000.

1446.
Kevin D. GLAZEBROOK and José NINO-MORA. A linear programming approach to stability, optimisation and perfomance analysis for Markovian multiclass queueing networks. Annals of Operations Research, 92, 1-18, 1999.

1445.
Giulio CODOGNATO. Cournot-Nash equilibria in limit exchange economies with complete markets: A comparison between two models. Games and Economic Behavior, 31, 136-146, 2000.

1444.
Pierre PESTIEAU and Uri M. POSSEN. Investing social security in the equity market. Does it make a difference? National Tax Journal, LIII(1), 41-57, 2000.

1443.
Kurt M. ANSTREICHER. Linear programming in $O ({n^3 \over \ln n} L)$ operations. SIAM Journal on Optimization, 9(4), 803-812, 1999.

1442.
Luc BAUWENS and Pierre GIOT. Modeling and predicting intra-day price movements in stock markets with autoregressive conditional duration models. Bulletin EU & US Inflation and Macroeconomic Analysis, Instituto Flores de Lemus de Estudios Avanzados en Economía, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 65, 49-56, 2000.

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Philippe MICHEL and Pierre PESTIEAU. Retraite par répartition et âge de la retraite. Revue Economique, 51, 15-30, 2000.

1440.
Antonio ANTUNES and Dominique PEETERS. A dynamic optimization model for school network planning. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 34, 101-120, 2000.

1439.
Wolfgang HARDLE and Christian M. HAFNER. Discrete time option pricing with flexible volatility estimation. Finance and Stochastics, 4, 189-207, 2000.

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Massimo MOTTA and Jacques-François THISSE. Minimum quality standard as an environmental policy: domestic and international effects. In E. Petrakis, E. Sartzetakis and A. Xepapadeas (eds.), Environmental Regulation and Market Power: Competition, Time Consistency and International Trade. Chelthenham, Edward Elgar, 27-46, 1999.

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Marc GERMAIN and Philippe TOINT. An iterative process for international negotiations on acid rain in Northern Europe using a general convex formulation. Environmental and Resource Economics, 15, 199-216, 2000.

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Alessandro TURRINI. Liberalization, quality and welfare: removing the Italian VER on Japanese car exports. Applied Economics, 31, 1183-1194, 1999.

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Maureen KILKENNY and Jacques-François THISSE. Economics of location: A selective survey. Computers & Operations Research, 26, 1369-1394, 1999.

1434.
Antoine BILLOT and Jacques-François THISSE. A discrete choice model when context matters. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 43, 518-538, 1999.

1433.
Yefim DINITZ, Naveen GARG and Michel X. GOEMANS. On the single-source unsplittable flow problem. Combinatorica, 19(1), 17-41, 1999.

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Vincent J. VANNETELBOSCH. Alternating-offer bargaining and common knowledge of rationality. Theory and Decision, 47, 111-137, 1999.

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Cécile CORDIER, Hugues MARCHAND, Richard LAUNDY and Laurence A. WOLSEY. bc-opt: a branch-and-cut code for mixed integer programs. Mathematical Programming, Series A, 86, 335-353, 1999.

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Leonidas C. KOUTSOUGERAS. On an Edgeworth characterization of rational expectations equilibria in atomless asset market economies. In A. Alkan, C.D. Aliprantis and N.C. Yannelis (eds.), Current Trends in Economics: Theory and Applications. Berlin, Springer-Verlage, 255-264, 1999.

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Leonidas C. KOUTSOUGERAS and Nicholas C. YANNELIS. Bounded rational learning in differential information economies: core and value. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 31, 373-391, 1999.

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Leonidas C. KOUTSOUGERAS. A two-stage core with applications to asset market and differential information economies. Economic Theory, 11, 563-584, 1998.

1427.
Claudine GOUYETTE and Pierre PESTIEAU. Efficiency of the welfare state. KYKLOS, 52 (4), 537-553, 1999.

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Jacques-François THISSE and Tanguy VAN YPERSELE. The challenge raised by metropolisation and fiscal competition in economic development. The World Economy, 22 (9), 1201-1220, 1999.

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Jacques-François THISSE and Tanguy VAN YPERSELE. Métropoles et concurrence territoriale. Economie et Statistique, no 326-327 (6/7), 19-30, 1999.

1424.
Henry TULKENS. Fiscal autonomie: stand van zaken en een voorstel voor België. In Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie van België voor Wetenschappen en Kunsten (ed.), Colloquium Belgium: Quo Vadis? Brussels, 167-180, 17, 24 and 31 March 1999.

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Philippe MONGIN and Claude d'ASPREMONT. Utility theory and ethics. In S. Barbera, P.J. Hammond and C. Seidl (eds.), Handbook of Utility Theory. Volume 1: Principles. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 371-481, 1998.

1422.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Lisa GRAZZINI. Taxing market power. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 1(4), 475-497, 1999.

1421.
Vincent J. VANNETELBOSCH. Rationalizability and equilibrium in N-person sequential bargaining. Economic Theory, 14, 353-371, 1999.

1420.
Luc BAUWENS and Michel LUBRANO. Trends and breaking points in the Bayesian econometric literature. In A. Kirman and L.-A. Gérard-Varet (eds.), Economics Beyond the Millennium. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 273-299, 1999.

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Suzanne SCOTCHMER and Jacques-François THISSE. Space and value. In A. Kirman and L.-A. Gérard-Varet (eds.), Economics Beyond the Millennium. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 152-168, 1999.

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Claude d'ASPREMONT, Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Imperfect competition and general equilibrium: a new approach. In A. Kirman and L.-A. Gérard-Varet (eds.), Economics Beyond the Millennium. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 125-151, 1999.

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Jean J. GABSZEWICZ. GeneRal EQuilibrium Economics: allowing for imperfect competition. In A. Kirman and L.-A. Gérard-Varet (eds.), Economics Beyond the Millennium. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 114-124, 1999.

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Jacques DREZE and Heracles POLEMARCHAKIS. Money and monetary policy in general equilibrium. In A. Kirman and L.-A. Gérard-Varet (eds.), Economics Beyond the Millennium. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 55-77, 1999.

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Philippe CATTOIR and Magali VERDONCK. La péréquation financière. Analyse de quatre pays. In F. Docquier (ed.), La solidarité entre les régions. Bilan et perspectives. Bruxelles, DeBoeck Université, (Economie, Société, Région), 51-98, 1999.

1414.
George NORMAN and Jacques-François THISSE. Technology choice and market structure: strategic aspects of flexible manufacturing. The Journal of Industrial Economics, 47(3), 345-372, 1999.

1413.
Oz SHY and Jacques-François THISSE. A strategic approach to software protection. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 8(2), 163-190, 1999.

1412.
Kurt M. ANSTREICHER, Marcia FAMPA, Jon LEE and Joy WILLIAMS. Using continuous nonlinear relaxations to solve constrained maximum-entropy sampling problems. Mathematical Programming, 85(2), 221-240, 1999.

1411.
Salvador LOPEZ, Maurice MARCHAND and Pierre PESTIEAU. A simple two-country model of redistributive capital income taxation. Finanzarchiv, 55(4), 445-460, 1998.

1410.
Pierre ARNOLD, Dominique PEETERS and Isabelle THOMAS. Network configuration and p-median results. The case of the hexagonal spatial structure. Urban Systems, 1-2-3, 69-90, 1995
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Jacques-François THISSE. Economics matters for geography ... and vice versa. Urban Systems, 1-2-3, 5-29, 1995.

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Philippe MICHEL and Pierre PESTIEAU. Optimal population without repugnant aspects. GENUS, vol. LIV, n.3-4, 25-34, 1998.

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Pascal BELAN and Pierre PESTIEAU. Privatizing social security: A critical assessment. The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance. Issues and Practice, 24(1), 114-130, 1999.

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Peter J. COUGHLAN and Michel LE BRETON. A social choice function implementable via backward induction with values in the ultimate uncovered set. Review of Economic Design, 4(2), 153-160, 1999.

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Henry TULKENS and Philippe VANDEN EECKAUT. Mesurer l'efficacité: avec ou sans frontières? In P.-Y. Badillo et J.C. Paradi (eds.), La méthode DEA: analyse des performances. Hermes Science Publications, 75-100, 1999.

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Jeroen P. VAN DEN BERG, Gunter P. SHARP, A.J.R.M. (Noud) GADEMANN and Yves POCHET. Forward-reserve allocation in a warehouse with unit-load replenishments. European Journal of Operational Research, 111, 98-113, 1998.

1403.
Luc BAUWENS. Recent developments in the econometrics of financial markets using intra-day data. EU & US Inflation and Macroeconomic Analysis Bulletin, 57, 60-70, 1999.

1402.
Heracles M. POLEMARCHAKIS and Jean-Pierre VIDAL. Macroeconomic equilibrium in a monetary economy. In P.J.J. Herings, G. van der Laan and A.J.J. Talman (eds.), The Theory of Markets. Amsterdam, North-Holland, 247-260, 1999.

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Philippe CATTOIR et Henry TULKENS. Fiscalité, solidarité et fédéralisme. Comparaison de six pays. In Groupe Avenir, Université catholique de Louvain (ed.), Des idées et des hommes. Pour construire l'avenir de la Wallonie et de Bruxelles. Louvain-la-Neuve, Academia Bruylant, 171-216, 1999.

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Henry TULKENS. L'autonomie fiscale: état de la question et une proposition pour la Belgique. In Groupe Avenir, Université catholique de Louvain (ed.), Des idées et des hommes. Pour construire l'avenir de la Wallonie et de Bruxelles. Louvain-la-Neuve, Academia Bruylant, 159-169, 1999.
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Michel LE BRETON and Arunava SEN. Separable preferences, strategyproofness, and decomposability. Econometrica, 67(3), 605-628, 1999.

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Isabel GRILO et Jacques-François THISSE. Engouement collectif et concurrence. Revue économique, 50(3), Développements récents de l'analyse économique. XLVIIème congrès annuel de l'Association française de science économique 1998, 593-600, 1999.

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Gaël GIRAUD. Incomplétude stratégique dans les jeux de marchés compétitifs. Revue économique, 50(3), Développements récents de l'analyse économique. XLVIIème congrès annuel de l'Association française de science économique 1998, 583-592, 1999.

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Georges CASAMATTA et Pierre PESTIEAU. Retraites par répartition et droits acquis. Revue économique, 50(3), Développements récents de l'analyse économique. XLVIIème congrès annuel de l'Association française de science économique 1998, 479-487, 1999.

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Jean GABSZEWICZ and Alessandro TURRINI. Workers'skills and product selection. Revue économique, 50(3), Développements récents de l'analyse économique. XLVIIème congrès annuel de l'Association française de science économique 1998, 383-391, 1999.

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Kurt M. ANSTREICHER. Ellipsoidal approximations of convex sets based on the volumetric barrier. Mathematics of Operations Research, 24(1), 193-203, 1999.

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Irène GIJBELS, Enno MAMMEN, Byeong U. PARK and Léopold SIMAR. On estimation of monotone and concave frontier functions. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 94(445), 220-228, 1999.

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Daniel BIENSTOCK, Sunil CHOPRA, Oktay GÜNLÜK and Chih-Yang TSAI. Minimum cost capacity installation for multicommodity network flows. Mathematical Programming, 81, 177-199, 1998.

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Hugues MARCHAND and Laurence A. WOLSEY. The 0-1 Knapsack problem with a single continuous variable. Mathematical Programming, 85, 15-33, 1999.

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M. GERMAIN, P. TOINT et H. TULKENS. International negotiations on acid rains in Northern Europe: a discrete time iterative process. In A. Xepapadeas (ed.). Economic Policy for the Environment and Natural Resources, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 217-236, 1996.

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H. CREMER and P. PESTIEAU. Distributive implications of European integration. European Economic Review, 40, 747-757, 1996.

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C. E. FERREIRA, A. MARTIN, C. C. de SOUZA, R. WEISMANTEL and L.A. WOLSEY. Formulations and valid inequalities for the node capacitated graph partitioning problem. Mathematical Programming, 74, 247-266, 1996.

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H. CREMER and P. PESTIEAU. Redistributive taxation and social insurance. International Tax and Public Finance, 3, 281-295, 1996.

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V. J. VANNETELBOSCH. Testing between alternative wage-employment bargaining models using Belgian aggregate data. Labour Economics, 3, 43-64, 1996.

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L. BAUWENS, W. POLASEK and H. K. van DIJK. Editors' introduction. First Riverboat conference on Bayesian econometrics and statistics. Journal of Econometrics, 75, 1-5, 1996.

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M. NAVA, F. SCHROYEN and M. MARCHAND. Optimal fiscal and public expenditure policy in a two-class economy. Journal of Public Economics, 61, 119-137, 1996.

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J. J. GABSZEWICZ and T. van YPERSELE. Social protection and political competition. Journal of Public Economics, 61, 193-208, 1996.

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M. MARCHAND, P. MICHEL and P. PESTIEAU. Intergenerational transfers in an endogenous growth model with fertility changes. European Journal of Political Economy, 12, 33-48, 1996.

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R. AMIR. Cournot oligopoly and theory of supermodular games. Games and Economic Behavior, 15, 132-148, 1996.

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R. AMIR. Continuous stochastic games of capital accumulation with convex transitions. Games and Economic Behavior, 15, 111-131, 1996.

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L. SIMAR. Aspects of statistical analysis in DEA-type frontier models. The Journal of Productivity Analysis, 7, 177-185, 1996.

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R. BOADWAY, N. MARCEAU and M. MARCHAND. Issues in decentralizing the provision of education. International Tax and Public Finance, 3, 311-327, 1996.

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A. KNEIP and L. SIMAR. A general framework for frontier estimation with panel data. The Journal of Productivity Analysis, 7, 187-212, 1996.

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A. DI VITTORIO et V. GINSBURGH. Des enchères comme révélateurs du classement des vins. Les Grands Crus du Haut-Médoc. Journal de la Société de Statistique de Paris, 137 (2), 19-49, 1996.

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B. BENSAID and R. J. GARY-BOBO. An exact formula for the lion's share: a model of preplay negotiation. Games and Economic Behavior, 14, 44-89, 1996.

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R. BOADWAY, N. MARCEAU and M. MARCHAND. Time-consistent subsidies to unlucky firms. European Journal of Political Economy, 11, 619-634, 1995.

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R. BOADWAY, N. MARCEAU and M. MARCHAND. Investment in education and the time inconsistency of redistributive tax policy. Economica, 63, 171-189, 1996.

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H. CREMER, M. MARCHAND and P. PESTIEAU. Interregional redistribution through tax surcharge. International Tax and Public Finance, 3, 157-173, 1996.

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M. GERMAIN, P. TOINT et H. TULKENS. Calcul économique itératif et stratégique pour les négociations internationales sur les pluies acides entre la Finlande, la Russie et l'Estonie. Annales d'économie et de statistique, 43, 101-127, 1996.

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R. DOS SANTOS FERREIRA and J.-F. THISSE. Horizontal and vertical differentiation: The Launhardt model. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 14, 485-506, 1996.

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W. K. KLEIN HANEVELD, L. STOUGIE and M. H. van der VLERK. An algorithm for the construction of convex hulls in simple integer recourse programming. Annals of Operations Research, 64, 67-81, 1996.

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J. BOUCHER and Y. SMEERS. Optimal development planning of gas reserves. Energy Economics, 18, 25-47, 1996.

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J.-P. FLORENS, D. FOUGÈRE and M. MOUCHART. Duration models. In Matyas and Sevestre (eds.) Econometrics of Panel Data, 2nd ed., Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 491-536, 1995.

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J. MINTZ and H. TULKENS. Optimality properties of alternative systems of taxation of foreign capital income. Journal of Public Economics, 60 (3), 373-399, 1996.

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C. d'ASPREMONT, R. DOS SANTOS FERREIRA and L.-A. GÉRARD-VARET. On the Dixit-Stiglitz model of monopolistic competition. The American Economic Review, 86 (3), 623-629, 1996.

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B. DE MEYER. Repeated games, duality and the central limit theorem. Mathematics of Operations Research, 21 (1), 237-251, 1996.

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B. DE MEYER. Repeated games and partial differential equations. Mathematics of Operations Research, 21 (1), 209-236, 1996.

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Y. ZENOU. Différences de salaires et de taux de chômage entre régions. Revue économique, 47 (3), 643-654, 1996.

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P. CAPROS, P. GEORGAKOPOULOS, S. ZOGRAFAKIS, S. PROOST, D. VAN REGEMORTER, K. CONRAD, T. SCHMIDT, Y. SMEERS and E. MICHIELS. Double dividend analysis: first results of a general equilibrium mode (GEM-E3) linking the EU countries. In C. Carraro and D. Siniscalco (eds.) Environmental fiscal reform and unemployment. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 193-227, 1996.

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L. BAUWENS and M. LUBRANO. Identification restrictions and posterior densities in cointegrated Gaussian VAR system. Advances in Econometrics, 11 (B), 3-28, 1996.

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R. GRETLEIN, J. HAMILTON and S. SLUTSKY. To fight or no to fight? That is the question. Mathematical Social Sciences, 31, 85-114, 1996.

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J. H. DRÈZE. L'emploi en Europe. Recherches économiques de Louvain, 61 (2), 159-180, 1995.

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G. DURANTON and J.-F. THISSE. La politique foncière dans une économie spatiale. Revue économique, 47 (2), 227-261, 1996.

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D. PEETERS and J.-F. THISSE. Zone pricing. Journal of Regional Science, 36, (2), 291-301, 1996.

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G. NORMAN and J.-F. THISSE. Product variety and welfare under tough and soft pricing regimes. The Economic Journal, 106, 76-91, 1996.

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H. JAYET, J.-P. PUIG and J.-F. THISSE. Enjeux économiques de l'organisation du territoire. Revue d'Économie Politique, 106 (1), 128-158, 1996.

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R. AMIR. Sensitivity analysis of multisector optimal economic dynamics. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 25, 123-141, 1996.

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F. S. RAMOS and H. TULKENS. Política ambiental: a utilização de taxas pigouvianas no caso dinâmico. Revista de Econometria, 15 (2), 87-105, 1996.

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D. COCCHI and M. MOUCHART. Quasi-linear Bayes estimation in stratified finite populations. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 58 (1), 293-300, 1996

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H. TULKENS and A. MALNERO. Nonparametric approaches to the assessment of the relative efficiency of bank branches. In D.G. Mayes (ed.). Sources of productivity growth. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 223-244, 1996.

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P. HANSEN, D. PEETERS and J.-F. THISSE. The profit-maximizing Weber problem. Location Science, 3, (2), 67-85, 1995.

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H. TULKENS. L'environnement peut-il être appréhendé comme un bien économique? In C. Stoffaës et J.-M. Richard (eds.). Environnement et choix économiques d'entreprise. Paris, InterEditions, (Cahiers de Prospective), 22-31, 1995.

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V. GINSBURGH. Price discrimination in the EC car market. Cahiers du CERO, 36, 153-180, 1994.

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M. LABBÉ, D. PEETERS and J.-F. THISSE. Location on Network. Network Routing. Handbooks in OR & MS, 8, 551-624, 1995.

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H. POLEMARCHAKIS and P. SICONOLFI. Generic existence of competitive equilibria when the asset market is incomplete: a symmetric argument. Economic Theory, 6 (3), 495-510, 1995.

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L. BAUWENS and M. LUBRANO. Bayesian and classical econometric modeling of time series. Journal of Econometrics, 69, 1-4, 1995.

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P. MONGIN. Consistent Bayesian aggregation. Journal of Economic Theory, 6 (2), 313-351, 1995.

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V. BARHAM, R. BOADWAY, M. MARCHAND and P. PESTIEAU. Education and the poverty trap. European Economic Review, 39, 1257-1275, 1995.

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J.-F. THISSE and D. E. WILDASIN. Optimal transportation policy with strategic locational choice. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 25, 395-410, 1995.

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Y. ZENOU and T. E. SMITH. Efficiency wages, involuntary unemployment and urban spatial structure. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 25, 547-573, 1995.

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J. S. BORONICO, M. A. CREW and P. R. KLEINDORFER. Postal service in the nineties. In P.T. Harker (ed.). The Service Productivity and Quality Challenge. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers. 471-492, 1995.

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H. O. FRIED, C.A. KNOX LOVELL and P. VANDEN EECKAUT. Service productivity in U.S. credit unions. In P.T. Harker (ed.). The Service Productivity and Quality Challenge. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers. 365-390, 1995.

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Y. NESTEROV and A. NEMIROVSKII. An interior-point method for generalized linear-fractional programming. Mathematical Programming, 69, 177-204, 1995.

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Y. NESTEROV. Complexity estimates of some cutting plane methods based on the analytic barrier. Mathematical Programming, 69, 149-176, 1995.

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C. LEMARÉCHAL, A. NEMIROVSKII and Y. NESTEROV. New variants of bundle methods. Mathematical Programming, 69, 111-147, 1995.

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C. d'ASPREMONT, R. DOS SANTOS FERREIRA and L.-A. GÉRARD-VARET. Fondements stratégiques de l'équilibre en économie: coordination, rationalité individuelle et anticipations. In Le modèle et l'enquête. Les usages du principe de rationalité dans les sciences sociales., Paris, Editions de l'École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, 447-468, 1995.

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J. W. FRIEDMAN, P. JÉHIEL and J.- F. THISSE. Collusion and antitrust detection. The Japanese Economic Review, 46 (3), 226-246, 1995.

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P. PESTIEAU, U. M. POSSEN and S. M. SLUTSKY. Optimal differential taxes and penalties. In W. W. Pommerehne (ed.). Public Finance and Irregular Activities, 15-27, 1994. Public Finance/Finances Publiques, Supplement to Volume. 49, Proceedings of the 49th Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance/Institut International de Finances Publiques, Berlin 1993.

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L. BROZE, C. GOURIEROUX and A. SZAFARZ. Solutions of multivariate rational expectations models. Econometric Theory, 11, 229-257, 1995.

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Y. POCHET and L. A. WOLSEY. Algorithms and reformulations for lot sizing problems. DIMACS Series in Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, 20, 245-293, 1995.

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H. TULKENS and P. VANDEN EECKAUT. Non-frontier measures of efficiency, progress and regress for time series data. International Journal of Production Economics, 39, 83-97, 1995.

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P. CHANDER and H. TULKENS. A core-theoretic solution for the design of cooperative agreements on transfrontier pollution. International Tax and Public Finance, 2 (2), 279-293, 1995.

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J. DETEMPLE, P. GOTTARDI and H.M. POLEMARCHAKIS. The relevance of financial policy. European Economic Review, 39, 1133-1154, 1995.

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G. D. FERRIER, K. KERSTENS and P. VANDEN EECKAUT. Radial and nonradial technical efficiency measures on a DEA reference technology: a comparison using US banking data. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 60 (4), 449-479, 1994. (Special issue on Efficiency Analysis in Financial Institutions / Analyse d'efficacité appliquée aux institutions financières.)

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H. O. FRIED and C. A. KNOX LOVELL. Enhancing the performance of credit unions: the evolution of a methodology. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 60 (4), 431-447, 1994. (Special issue on Efficiency Analysis in Financial Institutions / Analyse d'efficacité appliquée aux institutions financières.)

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J. H. DRÈZE. Forty years of public economics: a personal perspective. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 9 (2), 111-130, 1995.

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P. MONGIN. Harsanyi's aggregation theorem: multi-profile version and unsettled questions. Social Choice and Welfare, 11, 331-354, 1994.

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J. AMAYA. On the symmetric affine scaling algorithm for linear programming. Optimization, 32, 147-158, 1995.

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T. TABUCHI and J.-F. THISSE. Asymetric equilibria in spatial competition. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 13, 213-227, 1995.

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V. KAITALA, K.-G. MÄLER and H. TULKENS. The acid rain game as a resource allocation process with an application to the international cooperation among Finland, Russia and Estonia. The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 97 (2), 325-343, 1995.

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Y. POCHET and L. A. WOLSEY. Integer knapsack and flow covers with divisible coefficients: polyhedra, optimization and separation. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 59, 57-74, 1995.

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T. L. MAGNANTI and L. A. WOLSEY. Optimal trees. In M. O. Ball et al (eds.). Network Models. Handbook in Operations Research and Management Science, 7. Amsterdam, North-Holland. 503-615, 1995.

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V. GINSBURGH and P. JEANFILS. Long-term comovements in international markets for paintings. European Economic Review, 39, 538-548, 1995.

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S. P. ANDERSON, N. SCHMITT and J.-F. THISSE. Who benefits from antidumping legislation? Journal of International Economics, 38, 321-337, 1995.

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P. HALL, W. HÄRDLE and L. SIMAR. Iterated bootstrap with applications to frontier models. The Journal of Productivity Analysis, 6, 63-76, 1995.

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C. d'ASPREMONT, R. DOS SANTOS FERREIRA, and L.- A. GÉRARD-VARET. Imperfect competition in an overlapping generations model: a case for fiscal policy. Annales d'économie et de statistique, 37/38, 531-555, 1995.

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J.- F. THISSE and Y. ZENOU. Appariement et concurrence spatiale sur le marché du travail. Revue économique, 46, 3, 615-624, 1995.

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H. R. SNEESSENS and F. SHADMAN-MEHTA. Real wages, skill mismatch and unemployment persistence France, 1962-1989. Annales d'économie et de statistique, 37/38, 255-292, 1995.

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B. DELHAUSSE, F. FECHER, S. PERELMAN and P. PESTIEAU. Measuring productive performance in the non-life insurance industry: the case of French and Belgian markets. Tijdschrift voor Economie en Management, XL, 1, 47-69, 1995.

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F. FORGES and J. PECK. Correlated equilibrium and sunspot equilibrium. Economic Theory, 5, 33-50, 1995.

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A.P. KOROSTELEV, L. SIMAR and A.B. TSYBAKOV. On estimation of monotone and convex boundaries. Publications de l'Institut de Statistique de l'Université de Paris, XXXIX (1), 3-18, 1995.

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J.-P. FLORENS, D. FOUGÈRE, T. KAMIONKA and M. MOUCHART. La modélisation économétrique des transitions individuelles sur le marché du travail. Economie et Prévision, 116, 181-217, 1994-5.

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J.-F. MERTENS. Two examples of strategic equilibrium. Games and Economic Behavior, 8, 378-388, 1995.

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B. DE MEYER and P. MONGIN. A note on affine aggregation. Economics Letters, 47, 177-183, 1995.

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P. PESTIEAU. Social protection and private insurance: reassessing the role of public sector versus private sector in insurance. The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance Theory, 19, 81-92, 1994.

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G. CODOGNATO. Cournot-Walras and Cournot equilibria in mixed markets: A comparison. Economic Theory, 5, 361-370, 1995.

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H.-J. GATHON and P. PESTIEAU. Decomposing efficiency into its managerial and its regulatory components: The case of European railways. European Journal of Operational Research, 80, 500-507, 1995.

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H. TULKENS and P. VANDEN EECKAUT. Non-parametric efficiency, progress and regress measures for panel data: Methodological aspects. European Journal of Operational Research, 80, 474-499, 1995.

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R. BOADWAY and M. MARCHAND. The use of public expenditures for redistributive purposes. Oxford Economic Papers, 47, 45-59, 1995.

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S. P. ANDERSON, A. KATS and J.-F. THISSE. Probabilistic voting and platform selection in multi-party elections. Social Choice and Welfare, 11 305-322, 1994.

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H. TULKENS et P. WUNSCH. Les performances économiques de la STIB au mois le mois. Revue suisse de l'Économie et de la Statistique, 130 (4), 627-646, 1994.

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E. CAHUZAC, M. MOUCHART and B. VAN DER LINDEN. Examining the econom(etr)ic relevance of discretizing panel data: an application to the Belgian labour market. Labour, 8 (*3), 455-488, 1994.

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P. MONGIN. Épistémologie de l'économie. Nouvelles de la Science et des Technologies, 1, (12) 11-15, 1994.

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H. TULKENS. Financement des communautés et régions, coordination des politiques budgétaires et fédéralisme fiscal: à propos des communications de MM. Savage et Deschamps. In R. Deschamps, J. Ch. Jacquemin et M. Mignolet (eds). Finances publiques régionales et fédéralisme fiscal. Journées d'études du 11 mars 1994, Namur, Presses Universitaires de Namur. 1994.

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P. MONGIN. L'optimisation est-elle un critère de rationalité individuelle? Dialogue, XXXIII, 191-222, 1994.

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J.-P. FLORENS, S. LARRIBEAU and M. MOUCHART. Bayesian encompassing tests of a unit root hypothesis. Econometric Theory, 10, 747-763, 1994.

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L. LISMONT and P. MONGIN. Research note. A non-minimal but very weak axiomatization of common belief. Artificial Intelligence, 70, 363-374, 1994.

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G. d'ALCANTARA et H. TULKENS. Economie et fédéralisme. In Centre d'Etude du Fédéralisme (ed.). Le fédéralisme. Approches politique, économique et juridique, Bruxelles, De Boeck Université, 75-104, 1994.

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L. ARRONDEL, S. PERELMAN and P. PESTIEAU. The effect of bequest motives on the composition and distribution of assests in France. In T. Tachibanski (ed.). Savings and Bequests, Ann Arbor, The University of Michigan Press, 229-244, 1994.

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P. PESTIEAU. The current state and future directions of public finance. International Tax and Public Finance, 1, 169-174, 1994.

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F. DOCQUIER. Transferts publics et transition démographique en Belgique. Une approche par l'équilibre général. Cahiers économiques de Bruxelles, 141, 89-115, 1994.

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P. MONGIN. The logic of belief change and nonadditive probability. in D. Prawitz and D. Westerståhl, (eds). Logic and philosophy of science in Uppsala. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 49-68, 1994.

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L. BAUWENS, D. G. FIEBIG and M. F. J. STEEL. Estimating End-use Demand: a Bayesian Approach. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 12, (2) 221-231, 1994.

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C. d'ASPREMONT. Welfarism and interpersonal comparisons. Investigaciones Economicas, XVIII, 3-17, 1994.

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E.H. AGHEZZAF and L.A. WOLSEY. Modelling piecewise linear concave costs in a tree partitioning problem. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 50, 101-109, 1994.

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J. LEE and J. RYAN. Local bipartite Turàn graphs and graph partitioning. Networks, 24 (3), 131-145, 1994.

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Y. ASAMI, M. FUJITA and J.-F. THISSE. A land capitalization approach to the efficient provision of urban facilities. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 23, 487-522, 1993.

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J.W. FRIEDMAN and J.-F. THISSE. Sustainable collusion in oligopoly with free entry. European Economic Review, 38, 271-283, 1994.

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S. PERELMAN and J. PESTIEAU. A comparative performance study of postal services: a productive efficiency approach. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 33, 187-202, 1994.

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J. H. DREZE and E. MALINVAUD. Growth and employment: the scope for a European initiative. European Economy (Reports and Studies), 1, 75-106, 1994.

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A. DE PALMA, Q. LIU and J.-F. THISSE. Optimal locations on line with random utilities. Transportation Science, 28, (1), 63-69, 1994.

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K.M. ANSTREICHER. Strict monotonicity and improved complexity in the standard form projective algorithm for linear programming. Mathematical Programming, 62, 517-535, 1993.

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Victor A. GINSBURGH. In the Cournot-Walras general equilibrium model, there may be ``more to gain'' by changing the numéraire than by eliminating imperfections: a two-good economy example. In J. Mercenier and T.N. Srinivasan (eds). Applied general equilibrium and economic development. Present achievements and future trends. The University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 217-224, 1994.

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Simon P. ANDERSON and Victor A. GINSBURGH. Price discrimination via second-hand markets. European Economic Review, 38, 23-44, 1994.

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Françoise FORGES. Posterior efficiency. Games and Economic Behavior, 6, 238-261, 1994.

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Cid C. DE SOUZA, Roland KEUNINGS, Laurence A. WOLSEY and Olivier ZONE. A new approach to minimising the frontwidth in finite element calculations. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 111, 323-334, 1994.

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Jacques DREZE. Europe's unemployment problem. European Review, 2, (1), 73-82, 1994.

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Michel MOUCHART and Eliana SCHEIHING. Fisher test and inference in 2x2 contingency tables: a Bayesian evaluation. American Statistical Association, 1993 Proceedings of the Section on Bayesian Statistical Science, San Francisco, 1457-1482, 1993.

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Jacques DREZE and Christian GOLLIER. Risk sharing on the labour market and second-best wage rigidities. European Economic Review, 37, 1457-1482, 1993.

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Philippe MICHEL and Pierre PESTIEAU. Population growth and optimality. When does serendipity hold? Journal of Population Economics, 6, 353-362, 1993.

1071.
Françoise FORGES. Five legitimate definitions of correlated equilibrium in games with incomplete informations. Theory and Decision, 35, 277-310, 1993.

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James W. FRIEDMAN and Jacques-François THISSE. Partial collusion fosters minimum product differentiation. RAND Journal of Economics, 24 (4), 631-645, 1993.

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Pierre PESTIEAU and Henry TULKENS. Assessing and explaining the performance of public enterprises (some recent evidence from the productive efficiency viewpoint). Finanz Archiv, 50 (3), 293-323, 1993.

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Jacques DREZE. Regions of Europe. Economic Policy, 17, 265-307, 1993.

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Yves POCHET and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Lot-sizing with constant batches: formulation and valid inequalities. Mathematics of Operations Research, 18 (4), 767-785, 1993.

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Jean-Pierre FLORENS and Michel MOUCHART. Bayesian testing and testing Bayesians. In G.S. Maddala, C.R. Rao and H.D. Vinod (eds.). Econometrics, Handbook of Statistics, 11, Econometrics, North-Holland, Amsterdam, 303-334, 1993.

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Peter HALL, Wolfgang HÄRDLE and Léopold SIMAR. On the inconsistency of bootstrap distribution estimators. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 16, 11-18, 1993.

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Heracles POLEMARCHAKIS and Paolo SICONOLFI. Asset markets and the information revealed by prices. Economic Theory, 3 (4), 645-661, 1993.

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Masahisa FUJITA and Jacques-François THISSE. Technological linkages and efficient location of indivisible activities: Koopmans -Beckmann and Von Thünen unified. Journal of Urban Economies, 34, 118-141, 1993.

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Henry TULKENS. Un coup de pouce au financement des académies de musique. Reflets et Perspectives de la Vie Economique, XXXII (2), 143-152, 1993.

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Sergio PERELMAN and Pierre PESTIEAU. The determinants of the Ricardian equivalence in the OECD countries. In H.A.A. Verbon and F.A.A.M. van Winden (eds) The Political Economy Government Debt. Elsevier Science Publishers B.V, 181-195, 1993.

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Fabienne FECHER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Efficiency and competition in OECD financial services. In The Measurement of Productive Efficiency. Techniques and Applications. Harold O. Fried, C.A. Knox Lovell and Shelton S. Schmidt (eds.). Oxford, Oxford University Press, 374-385, 1993.

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Amoz KATZ and Jacques-François THISSE. Spatial oligopolies with uniform delivered pricing. In Hiroshi Ohta and Jacques-François Thisse (eds.) Does Economic Space Matter? Essays in honour of Melvin L. Greenhut, St. Martin's Press, New York, 274-302, 1993.

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Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Isabel GRILO. Price competition when consumers are uncertain about which firm sells which quality. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 1 (4), 629-650, 1992.

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Kurt M. ANSTREICHER and Patrick WATTEYNE. A family of search directions for Karmarkar's algorithm. Operations Research, 41 (4), 759-767, 1993.

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Luc BAUWENS and Aline RASQUERO. Approximate HPD regions for testing residual autocorrelation using augmented regressions. Physica-Verlag, 47-61, 1993.

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Byong-Duk RHEE, André DE PALMA, Claes FORNELL and Jacques-François THISSE. Restoring the principle of minimum differentiation in product positioning. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 3 (1), 475-505, 1992.

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Jacques H. DREZE. Can varying social insurance contributions improve labour market efficiency? International Economic Association Conference, 106, 161-200, 1993.

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Tito PIETRA. Sunspot equilibria and efficiency in economies with incomplete financial markets: a remark. Journal of Economic Theory, 60 (1), 181-190, 1993.

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Tito CORDELLA. Trade liberalization and oligopolistic industries: a welfare appraisal. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 59 (3), 355-363, 1993.

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J.-P. FLORENS, M. MOUCHART and J.-M. ROLIN. Noncausality and marginalization of Markov processes. Econometric Theory, 9, 241-262, 1993.

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Jacek OSIEWALSKI. Robust Bayesian inference in elliptical regression models. Journal of Econometrica, 57, 345-363, 1993.

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Henry TULKENS. On FDH efficiency analysis: some methodological issues and applications to retail banking, courts, and urban transit. The Journal of Productivity Analysis, 4, 179-206, 1993.

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Denis KESSLER, Sergio PERELMAN and Pierre PESTIEAU. Savings behavior in 17 OECD countries. Review of Income and Wealth, 39 (1), 37-49, 1993.

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Gerard A. PFANN and Franz C. PALM. Asymmetric adjustment costs in non-linear labour demand models for the Netherlands and U.K. manufacturing sectors. Review of Economic Studies, 60, 397-412, 1993.

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F. FECHER, D. KESSLER, S. PERELMAN and P. PESTIEAU. Productive performance of the French insurance industry. The Journal of Productivity Analysis, 4, 77-93, 1993.

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Jacques-François THISSE. Oligopoly and the polarization of space. European Economic Review, 37, 299-307, 1993.

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Giulio CODOGNATO and Jean J. GABSZEWICZ. Cournot-Walras equilibria in markets with a continuum of traders. Economic Theory, 3, 453-464, 1993.

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Harold O. FRIED, C.A. Knox LOVELL and Philippe VANDEN EECKAUT. Evoluating the performance of the US credit unions. Journal of Banking and Finance, 17, 251-265, 1993.

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A. KATS and J.-F. THISSE. Unilaterally competitive games. International Journal of Game Theory, 21, 291-299, 1992.

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Philippe MICHEL and Pierre PESTIEAU. Croissance Optimale avec Population Fluctuante. Revue Economique, 46, 3, 615-624, 1993.

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Collette R. COULLARD, Abdur RAIS, Ronald L. RARDIN and Donald K. WAGNER. Linear-Time Algorithms for the 2-Connected Steiner Subgraph Problem on Special Classes of Graphs. Networks, 23, 195-206, 1993.

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H.A. EISELT, Gilbert LAPORTE and Jacques-François THISSE. Competitive Location Models: A Framework and Bibliography. Transportation Science, 27, 1, 44-54, February 1993.

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Jonathan H. HAMILTON. Competitive Spatial Price Discrimination with Capacity Constraints. Transportation science, 27, 1, 55-61, February 1993.

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Nicholas SCHMITT. Equilibria and entry in two interdependent spatial markets. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 23, 1-27, 1993.

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Philippe VANDEN EECKAUT, Henry TULKENS and Marie-Astrid JAMAR, Cost efficiency in Belgian municipalities. In Harold O. Fried, C.A. Knox Lovell and Shelton S. Schmidt (eds). The Measurement of Productive Efficiency. Techniques and Applications. Oxford University Press, New York, Oxford, 300-334, 1993.

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Christophe CHAMLEY. The last shall be first: efficient constraints on foreign borrowing in a model of endogenous growth. Journal of Economic Theory, 58, 2, december 1992.

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Alex ANAS, André DE PALMA and Jacques-François THISSE. Variety and size regulation in discrete choice oligopoly. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 11, 21-34, 1993.

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Heraklis POLEMARCHAKIS and Pierre SICONOLFI. Competition equilibria without free disposal or nonsatiation. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 22, 85-99, 1993.

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Robert A. BOSCH and Kurt M. ANSTREICHER. On Partial Updating in a Potential Reduction Linear Programming Algorithm of Kojima, Mizuno, and Yoshise. Algorithmica, 9, 184-197, 1993.

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Kurt M. ANSTREICHER. On Monotonicity in the Scaled Potential Algorithm for Linear Programming. Linear Algebra and its Applications, 152, 223-232, 1991.

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Franz C. PALM and Arnold ZELLNER. To Combine or not to Combine? Issues of Combining Forecasts. Journal of Forecasting, 11, 687-701, 1992.

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Sergio PERELMAN and Pierre PESTIEAU. Inheritance and Wealth Composition. Journal of Population Economics, Springer-Verlag, 5, 305-317, 1992.

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Jack M. MINTZ and Henry TULKENS. The OECD Convention: A ``Model" for Corporate Tax Harmonization? Public Finance with Several Levels of Government/Finances Publiques avec Plusieurs Niveaux de Gouvernement, edited by Rémy Prud'homme. Proceedings of the 46th Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance, Brussels, 298-314, 1990.

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Christian GOLLIER and Serge WIBAUT, Portfolio selection by mutual insurance companies and optimal participating insurance policies. Insurance: Mathematics and Economies 11, 237-245, 1992.

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Tito CORDELLA and Luigi VENTURA, A note on redistribution and gains from trade. Economics Letters, 39, 449-453, 1992.

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W.B. MACLEOD, G. NORMAN and Jacques-François THISSE, Price discrimination and equilibrium in monopolistic competition. Market Strategy and Structure, edited by J.M. Alec Gee and George Norman, New York, Harvester, 184-200, 1992.
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Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Paolo GARELLA and Charles NOLLET, Spatial price competition with uninformed buyers. Market Strategy and Structure, edited by J.M. Alec Gee and George Norman, New York, Harvester, 168-183, 1992.

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Jean DERMINE, Damien NEVEN and Jacques-François THISSE, Portfolio selection by mutual funds: An equilibrium model. Market Strategy and Structure, edited by J.M. Alec Gee anf George Norman, New York, Harvester, 70-83, 1992.

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Jean J. GABSZEWICZ, Lynne PEPALL and Jacques-François THISSE, Sequential entry with brand loyalty caused by consumer learning-by-using. The Journal of Industrial Economies, 40(4), 397-416, 1992.

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Simon P. ANDERSON, André de PALMA and Jacques-François THISSE, Interpretations of the logit discrete choice models and the theory of product differentiation. In Market Strategy and Structure, edited by J.M. Alec Gee and George Norman, New York, Harverster, 15-32, 1992.

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Henry TULKENS, Economics and the performance of the public sector. Annales de l'Economie Publique, Sociale et Coopérative, 63(3), 373-389, 1992.

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Jean-François MERTENS, The small worlds axiom for stable equilibria. Games and Economic Behavior, 4, 553-564, 1992.

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Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Jacques-François THISSE, Location. Handbook of Game Theory, Vol.1, edited by R.J. Aumann and S. Hart, Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, 281-304, 1992.

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Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Benjamin SHITOVITZ, The core in imperfectly competitive economies. Handbook of Game Theory, Vol.1, edited by R.J. Aumann and S. Hart, Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, 459-483, 1992.

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Françoise FORGES, Repeated games of incomplete information: Non-zero sum. Handbook of Game Theory, Vol.1, edited by R. Aumann and S. Hart, Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, 155-177, 1992.

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Jacques-François THISSE and David WILDASIN. Public facility location and urban spatial structure. Equilibrium and welfare analysis. Journal of Public Economics, 48, 83-118, 1992.

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Jacques H. DRÈZE. From the ``value of life" to the economics and ethics of population: The path is purely methodological. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 58(2), 147-166, 1992.

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Simon P. ANDERSON, André de PALMA and Jacques-François THISSE. Social surplus and profitability under different spatial pricing policies. Southern Economic Review, 58, 934-949, 1992.

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Beth ALLEN and Jacques-François THISSE. Price equilibria in pure strategies for homogeneous oligopoly. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 1(1), 63-81, 1992.

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Pierre PESTIEAU and Uri POSSEN. How do taxes affect occupational choice? Public Finance/Finances Publiques, 47(1), 108-119, 1992.

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Suzanne SCOTCHMER and Jacques-François THISSE. Space and competition. A puzzle. The Annals of Regional Science, 26, 269-286, 1992.

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Jean-Pierre FLORENS, Michel MOUCHART and Jean-Marie ROLIN. Bayesian analysis of mixtures: Some results on exact estimability and identification. Bayesian Statistics 4. Proceedings of the Fourth Valencia International Meeting, dedicated to the memory of Morris H. De Groot, 1931-1989, edited by J.M. Bernardo, J.O. Berger, A.P. Dawid and A.F.M. Smith. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 127-145, 1992.

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François VANDERBECK and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Valid inequalities for the Lasdon-Terjung production model. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 43(5), 435-441, 1992.

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Jacques-François THISSE and Xavier VIVES. Basing point pricing: Competition versus collusion. The Journal of Industrial Economics, 40(3), 249-260, 1992.

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Jacques DRÈZE. La capitale de l'Europe, le marché et les pouvoirs publics locaux: murmures d'analyse et d'anticipation économiques. Société Royale d'Economie Politique de Belgique, 470, 3-55, 1992.

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Byeong U. PARK and Berwin A. TURLACH. Practical performance of several data driven bandwidth selectors. Computational Statistics, 7, 251-270, 1992.

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Jean-François MERTENS. Essential maps and manifolds. Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 115(2), 513-525, 1992.

999.
Wolfgang HÄRDLE and Jeffrey D. HART. A bootstrap test for positive definiteness of income effect matrices. Economic Theory, 8, 276-290, 1992.

998.
Jonathan HAMILTON and Jacques-François THISSE. Duopoly with spatial and quantity-dependent price discrimination. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 22, 175-185, 1992.

997.
Tito PIETRA. The structure of the set of sunspot equilibria in economies with incomplete financial markets. Economic Theory, 2, 321-340, 1992.

996.
W.K. HÄRDLE and D.W. SCOTT. Smoothing by weighted averaging of rounded points. Computational Statistics, 7, 97-128, 1992.

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Léopold SIMAR. Estimating efficiencies from frontier models with panel data: a comparison of parametric, non-parametric and semi-parametric metods with bootstrapping. The Journal of Productivity Analysis, 3, 171-203, 1992.
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Bernard THIRY and Henry TULKENS. Allowing for inefficiency in parametric estimation of production fucntions for urban transit firms. The Journal of Productivity Analysis, 3, 45-65, 1992.

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Claude d'ASPREMONT, Jacques CREMER and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Mécanismes bayésiens incitatifs: un survol informel de quelques résultats récents. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 25/26, 151-164, 1992.

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Parkash CHANDER and Henry TULKENS. Aspects stratégiques des négociations internationales sur les pollutions transfrontières et du partage des coûts de l'épuration. Revue Economique, 43(4), 755-768, 1992.

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Wolfgang HÄRDLE and Michael JERISON. Cross section Engel curves over time. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 57(4), 391-431, 1991.

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Jacques-François THISSE. Espace et concurrence. Une cohabitation difficile? Dans P.H. Derycke (ed.), Espace et Dynamiques Territoriales. Paris, Economica, 113-135, 1992.

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Jacques H. DREZE. Stability of a Keynesian adjustment process. In William A. Barnett et al. (eds.), Equilibrium Theory and Applications: Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium in Economic Theory and Econometrics. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 197-231, 1991.

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Bruno VAN der LINDEN. Diminution des cotisations patronales à la sécurité sociale et création d'emplois en Belgique. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 57(1), 33-60, 1991.
949.
Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Bequests, filial attention and fertility. Economica, 58, 359-375, 1991.

948.
Damien NEVEN, George NORMAN and Jacques François THISSE. Attitudes towards foreign products and international price competition. Canadian Journal of Economics. Revue canadienne d'économique, 24(1), 1-11, 1991.

947.
Jean DERMINE, Damien NEVEN and Jacques-François THISSE. Towards an equilibrium model of the mutual funds industry. Journal of Banking and Finance, 15, 485-499, 1991.

946.
John D. GEANAKOPLOS and Heraklis M. POLEMARCHAKIS. Overlapping generations. In W. Hildenbrand and H. Sonnenschein (eds.), Handbook of Mathematical Economic, Volume IV. Amsterdam, North-Holland, 1899-1960, 1991.

945.
W. HARDLE, J.S. MARRON and MP. WAND. Bandwith choice for density derivatives. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 52(1), 223-232, 1990.

944.
Victor GINSBURGH, Philippe MICHEL and Philippe MOËS. Quantity adjustment costs and price stickiness. Economics Letters, 36, 121-125, 1991.

943.
Claude d'ASPREMONT, Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Pricing schemes and Cournotian equilibria. The American Economic Review, 81(3), 666-673, 1991.

942.
Masahisa FUJITA and Jacques-François THISSE. Spatial duopoly and residential structure. Journal of Urban Economics, 30, 27-47, 1991.

941.
Jean-Marc BONNISSEAU and Bernard CORNET. Existence of marginal cost pricing equilibria in economies with several nonconvex firms. Econometrica, 58(3), 661-682, 1990.

940.
Robert J. GARY-BOBO and Philippe MICHEL. Informative advertising and competition: a noncooperative approach. International Economic Review, 32(2), 321-339, 1991.

939.
Jean-Paul LAMBERT. Discussion on "Labour market policies and unemployment in the OECD" by Richard Jackman, Christopher Pisarides and Sarwas Savouri. Economic Policy. A European Forum, 11, 449-490, 1990.

938.
Maurice MARCHAND, Pierre PESTIEAU. Public pensions: choices for the future. European Economic Review, 35, 441-453, 1991.

937.
Pierre HANSEN, Martine LABBE and Jacques-François THISSE. From the median to the generalized center. Recherche Opérationnelle/Operations Research, 25(1), 73-86, 1991.

936.
Wolfgang HÄRDLE and Raymond J. CARROLL. Biased crossvalidation for a kernel regression estimator and its derivatives. Osterreichische Zeitschrift für Statistik und Informatik, 20(1-2), 53-64, 1991.

935.
Frédéric GAGEY, Jean-Paul LAMBERT and Benoît OTTENWAELTER. Structural mismatch, demand and capacity constraints in the rise of French unemployment. In Jacques H. Drèze and Charles R. Bean (eds.), Europe's Unemployment Problem. Cambridge (MA), MIT Press, 202-238, 1990.

934.
W. HÄRDLE and E. MAMMEN. Bootstrap methods in nonparametric regression. In G. Roussas (ed.), Nonparametric Functional Estimation and Related Topics. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 111-123, 1991.

933.
Françoise FORGES. Repeated games with incomplete information. In T. Ichiishi, A. Neyman and Y. Tauman (eds.), Game Theory and Applications. London, Academic Press, 1990.

932.
Frédéric GAGEY, Jean-Paul LAMBERT and Benoît OTTENWAELTER. Disequilibrium on the labor market: an estimation relying on survey data. In P. Champsaur et al. (eds.), Essays in Honor of Edmond Malinvaud. Volume 3: Empirical Economics. Cambridge (MA), MIT Press, 50-70, 1990.

931.
Helmuth CREMER and Jacques-François THISSE. Location models of horizontal differentiation: a special case of vertical differentiation models. The Journal of Industrial Economics, 39(4), 383-390, 1991.

930.
Helmuth CREMER, Maurice MARCHAND and Jacques-François THISSE. Mixed oligopoly with differentiated products. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 9, 43-53, 1991.

929.
Frans SPINNEWYN and Jan SVEJNAR. Optimal membership, employment, and income distribution in unionized and labor-managed firms. Journal of Labor Economics, 8(3), 317-340, 1990.

928.
J. DUTTA and H.L. LEON. Testing for heterogeneous parameters in least-squares approximations. Review of Economic Studies, 58, 299-320, 1991.

927.
Kurt M. ANSTREICHER. On the performance of Karmarkar's algorithm over a sequence of iterations. SIAM Journal on Optimization, 1(1), 22-29, 1991.

926.
Jacek OSIEWALSKI. A note on Bayesian inference in a regression model with elliptical errors. Journal of Econometrics, 48, 183-193, 1991.

925.
Jean JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ. The stability of collusive agreements: some recent theoretical developments. In Giacomo Bonanno and Dario Brandolini (eds.), Industrial Structure in the New Industrial Economics. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 68-94, 1990.

924.
Claude d'ASPREMONT et Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Mécanismes de marchés, concurrence et contraintes d'incitation. In La Formation des Grandeurs Economiques, sous la direction de J. Cartelier. Paris, Presses Universitaires de France, 83-126, 1990.

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Jean JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ. Comportements stratégiques et formation des prix. In La Formation des Grandeurs Economiques, sous la direction de J. Cartelier. Paris, Presses Universitaires de France, 57-82, 1990.

922.
Marie ALLARD, Camille BRONSARD and Yves RICHELLE. Roy-consistent expectations. Review of Economic Studies, 57, 661-675, 1990.

921.
Jean JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ et Jacques-François THISSE. Marchés et concurrence imparfaite. In X. Greffe, J. Mairesse and J.L. Reiffers (eds.), Encyclopédie Economique. Paris, Economica, 753-776, 1990.

920.
Claude d'ASPREMONT, Jacques CREMER et Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Contrats et marchés. In X. Greffe, J. Mairesse and J.L. Reiffers (eds.), Encyclopédie Economique. Paris, Economica, 717-751, 1990.

919.
C. OLECH, T. PARTHASARATHY and G. RAVINDRAN. Almost N-matrices and linear complementarity. Linear Algebra and its Applications, 145, 107-125, 1991.

918.
Jean-Louis GOFFIN and Jean-Philippe VIAL. Cutting planes and column generation techniques with the projective algorithm. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, 65(3), 409-429, 1990.

917.
Martin E. DYER and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Formulating the single machine sequencing problem with release dates as a mixed integer program. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 26, 255-270, 1990.

916.
J. GEANAKOPLOS, M. MAGILL, M. QUINZII and J. DREZE. Generic inefficiency of stock market equilibrium when markets are incomplete. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 19, 113-151, 1990.

915.
Laurence A. WOLSEY. Valid inequalities for 0-1 knapsacks and maps with generalised upper bound constraints. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 29, 251-261, 1990.

914.
Françoise FORGES. Universal mechanisms. Econometrica, 58(6), 1341-1364, 1990.

913.
D. CASS and H.M. POLEMARCHAKIS. Convexity and sunspots: a remark. Journal of Economic Theory, 52, 433-439, 1990.

912.
J.-F. MERTENS and T. PARTHASARATHY. Nonzero-sum stochastic games. In T.E.S. Raghavan et al. (eds.), Stochastic Games and Related Topics. Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 145-148, 1991.

911.
Helmuth CREMER, Maurice MARCHAND and Pierre PESTIEAU. Evading, auditing and taxing. The equity-compliance tradeoff. Journal of Public Economics, 43, 67-92, 1990.

910.
Jean-Paul LAMBERT. The French unemployment problem. Lessons from a rationing model relying on business survey information. European Economic Review, 34, 423-433, 1990.

909.
Claude d'ASPREMONT, Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. On monopolistic competition and involuntary unemployment. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 105(4), 895-919, 1990.

908.
Daniela COCCHI and Michel MOUCHART. Linear Bayes estimation in finite populations with a categorical auxiliary variable. Statistics, 21(3), 437-454, 1990.

907.
Martine QUINZII and Jacques-François THISSE. On the optimality of central places. Econometrica, 58(5), 1101-1109, 1990.

906.
Jean-Marc BONNISSEAU. Equilibrium with quantity targets. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 151(2), 532-549, 1990.

905.
Robert J. GARY-BOBO. On the existence of equilibrium points in a class of asymmetric market entry games. Games and Economic Behavior, 2, 239-246, 1990.

904.
John D. GEANAKOPLOS and Heraklis POLEMARCHAKIS. Observability and optimality. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 19, 153-165, 1990.

903.
Tatsuro ICHIISHI. Comparative cooperative game theory. International Journal of Game Theory, 19, 139-152, 1990.

902.
Claude d'ASPREMONT, Jacques CREMER and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Incentives and the existence of Pareto-optimal revelation mechanisms. Journal of Econmic Theory, 51(2), 233-254, 1990.

901.
Robin BOADWAY, Maurice MARCHAND and Pierre PESTIEAU. Optimal path for social security in a changing environment. In Gerold Krause-Junk (ed.), Public Finance and Steady Economic Growth (Proceedings of the 45th Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance, Buenos Aires 1989), 96-108, 1990.

900.
Heraklis M. POLEMARCHAKIS. The economic implications of an incomplete asset market. American Economic Review, 80(2), 280-283, 1990.

899.
K. MISCHEL, H.M. POLEMARCHAKIS and P. SICONOLFI. Non-informative rational expectations equilibria when assets are nominal: an example. The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance Theory, 15(1), 73-79, 1990.

898.
Pierre HANSEN, Jacques-François THISSE and Richard E. WENDELL. Equilibrium analysis for voting and competitive location problems. In Pitu B. Mirchandani and Richard L. Francis (eds.), Discrete Location Theory. New York, John Wiley and Sons, 479-501, 1990.

897.
André de PALMA, Gap-Seon HONG and Jacques-François THISSE. Equilibria in multi-party competition under uncertainty. Social Choice and Welfare, 7, 247-259, 1990.

896.
Jacques H. DREZE and Michel MOUCHART. Tables of testing Bayesians. In R.A.L. Carter, J. Dutta and A. Ullah (eds.), Contributions to Econometric Theory and Application. Essays in Honour of A.L. Nagar. New York, Springer-Verlag, 345-366, 1990.

895.
Alain de CROMBRUGGHE and Henry TULKENS. On Pareto improving commodity tax changes under fiscal competition. Journal of Public Economics, 41, 335-350, 1990.

894.
George L. NEMHAUSER and Laurence A. WOLSEY. A recursive procedure to generate all cuts for 0-1 mixed integer programs. Mathematical Programming, 46, 379-390, 1990.

893.
Philip J. LEDERER and Jacques-François THISSE. Competitive location on networks under delivered pricing. Operations Research Letters, 9, 147-153, 1990.

892.
Claude d'ASPREMONT and Alexis JACQUEMIN. Cooperative and noncooperative R&D in duopoly with spillovers: Erratum. The American Economic Review, 80, 641-642,1990.

891.
Michel MOUCHART. Comment on the 1988 Wald memorial lectures: the present position in Bayesian statistics, by D.V. Lindley. Statistical Science, 5(1), 44-89, 1990.

890.
W. HÄRDLE and S.J. MARRON. Semiparametric comparison of regression curves. The Annals of Statistics, 18(1), 63-89, 1990.
889.
Robin W. BOADWAY and David E. WILDASIN. Optimal tax-subsidy policies for industrial adjustment to uncertain shocks. Oxford Economic Papers, 42, 105-134, 1990.

888.
Victor GINSBURGH and Geneviève VANHAMME. Price differences in EC car markets. Some further results. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 15/16, 137-149, 1989.

887.
Heraklis M. POLEMARCHAKIS and Bon-Il KU. Options and equilibrium. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 19, 107-112, 1990.

886.
Jayasri DUTTA. On resampling inference in econometric models. In R.A.L. Carter, J. Dutta and A. Ullah (eds.), Contributions to Econometric Theory and Application. Essays in Honour of A.L. Nagar. New York, Springer-Verlag, 293-320, 1990.

885.
Françoise FORGES. Equilibria with communication in a job market example. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 105, 375-398, 1990.

884.
André de PALMA et Jacques-François THISSE. Les modèles de choix discret. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 14, 151-190, 1989.

883.
Françoise FORGES. Correlated equilibrium in two-person zero-sum games. Econometrica, 58(2), 515, 1990.

882.
Damien NEVEN et Jacques-François THISSE. Choix des produits: concurrence en qualité et en variété. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 15/16, 85-112, 1989.

881.
Jayasri DUTTA and Heraklis POLEMARCHAKIS. Asset markets and equilibrium processes. Review of Economic Studies, 57, 229-254, 1990.

880.
Maurice MARCHAND, Pierre PESTIEAU and Serge WIBAUT. Optimal commodity taxation and tax reform under unemployment. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 91(3), 547-563, 1989.

879.
Jean-Marc BONNISSEAU and Bernard CORNET. Fixed-point theorems and Morse's lemma for Lipschitzian functions. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 146(2), 318-332, 1990.

878.
Martin E. DYER and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Formulating the single machine sequencing problem with release dates as a mixed integer program. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 26, 255-270, 1990.

877.
André de PALMA, Victor GINSBURGH, Martine LABBE and Jacques-François THISSE. Competitive location with random utilities. Transportation Science, 23(4), 244-252, 1990.

876.
Maurice MARCHAND and Pierre PESTIEAU. Shadow prices for public production in an open economy with disequilibrium. Journal of Development Economics, 32, 1-15, 1990.

875.
Pierre HANJOUL, Pierre HANSEN, Dominique PEETERS and Jacques-François THISSE. Uncapacitated plant location under alternative spatial price policies. Management Science, 36(1), 41-57, 1990.

874.
J. ABDOU and J.-F. MERTENS. Correlated effectivity functions. Economics Letters, 30, 97-101, 1989.

873.
Ezra EINY. On preference relations which satisfy weak independence property. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 18, 291-300, 1989.

872.
Ezra EINY and Abraham NEYMAN. Large symmetric games are characterized by completeness of the desirability relation. Journal of Economic Theory, 48(2), 369-385, 1989.

871.
Dominique GUSBIN and Yves SMEERS. Cost consideration on CO2 abatement. In J. Fenhann et al. (eds.), Environmental Models: Emissions and Consequences. Amsterdam, Elsevier Science Publishers, 65-70, 1990.

870.
Christophe CHAMLEY, Maurice MARCHAND and Pierre PESTIEAU. Linear incentive schemes to control public firms. European Journal of Political Economy, 5, 229-243, 1989.

869.
Sergio PERELMAN and Pierre PESTIEAU. The performance of public enterprises: a comparative efficiency study of railways and postal services. In Public Finance and Performance of Enterprises. Proceedings of the 43rd Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance, Paris, 1987. Detroit (MI), Wayne State University Press, 365-381, 1989.

868.
Philippe R. SCHOLTES. Dual v uniform prices - an application. Energy Economics, 12(1), 18-26, 1990.

867.
Robert J. GARY-BOBO. Cournot-Walras and locally consistent equilibria. Journal of Economic Theory, 49(1), 10-32, 1989.

866.
Jean-François MERTENS. Stable equilibria - a reformulation. Part I. Definition and basic properties. Mathematics of Operations Research, 14(4), 575-625, 1989.

865.
Simon P. ANDERSON, Marie-Paule DONSIMONI and Jean J. GABSZEWICZ. Is international trade profitable to oligopolistic industries? International Economic Review, 30(4), 725-733, 1989.

864.
Laurence A. WOLSEY. Strong formulations for mixed integer programming: a survey. Mathematical Programming, 45, 173-191, 1989.

863.
J.-M. HURIOT, T.E. SMITH and J.-F. THISSE. Minimum-cost distances in spatial analysis. Geographical Analysis, 21(4), 294-315, 1989.

862.
Dominique DEPRINS et Léopold SIMAR. Estimation de frontières déterministes avec facteurs exogènes d'inefficacité. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 14, 117-150, 1989.

861.
Jayasri DUTTA and Heraklis POLEMARCHAKIS. Credit constraints and investment finance: some evidence from Greece. In G. Monti (ed.), Fiscal Policy, Economic Adjustment and Financial Markets. Washington D.C., International Monetary Fund, 158-182, 1989.

860.
Jacques DREZE et Charles WYPLOSZ. Une stratégie de croissance ambidextre pour l'Europe: l'autonomie par la coopération. Revue Economique, 3, 627-640, 1988.

859.
Jacques DREZE. L'autogestion et la théorie économique: efficacité, financement et emploi. L'Entreprise Coopérative, Tradition et Renouveau. Bruxelles, Editions Labor, 55-70, 1988.

858.
Claude d'ASPREMONT, Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Unemployment in a Cournot oligopoly model with Ford effects. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 55(1), 35-60, 1989.

857.
Michel MOUCHART and Jean-Marie ROLIN. On maximal ancillarity. Statistica, 49(1), 21-37, 1989.

856.
Robin BOADWAY, Pierre PESTIEAU and David WILDASIN. Tax-transfer policies and the voluntary provision of public goods. Journal of Public Economics, 39, 157-176, 1989.

855.
David E. WILDASIN. Demand estimation for public goods. Distortionary taxation and other sources of bias. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 19, 353-379, 1989.

854.
Paul CHAMPSAUR and Jean-Charles ROCHET. Multiproduct duopolists. Econometrica, 57(1), 533-557, 1989.

853.
Christian GOLLIER. Risk-sharing on the labour market: how to treat young generation? The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance, 14, 26-53, 1989.

852.
Jacques H. DREZE. Espérance morale avec risque moral. L'Actualité Economique. Revue d'Analyse Economique, 63(2-3), 40-56, 1989.

851.
Louis PHLIPS and Jean-François RICHARD. A dynamic oligopoly model with demand inertia and inventories. Mathematical Social Sciences, 18, 1-32, 1989.

850.
Ezra EINY and Ehud LEHRER. Regular simple games. Inernational Journal of Game Theory, 18, 195-207, 1989.
849.
Victor GINSBURGH and Philippe MICHEL. Adjustment costs, concentration and price behaviour. The Journal of Industrial Economics, 36(4), 477-481, 1988.

848.
Russell DAVIDSON, Mathias DEWATRIPONT, Victor GINSBURGH and Martine LABBE. On the welfare effects of anti-discrimination regulations in the EC car market. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 7, 205-230, 1989.

847.
Bernard CORNET and Guy LAROQUE.; Lipschitz properties of solutions in mathematical programming. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, 53(3), 407-427, 1987

846.
Jonathan H. HAMILTON, Jacques-François THISSE and Anita WESKAMP. Spatial discrimination. Bertrand vs. Cournot in a model of location choice. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 19, 87-102, 1989.

845.
Moshe BEN-AKIVA, André DE PALMA and Jacques-François THISSE. Spatial competition with differentiated products. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 19, 5-19, 1989.

844.
Pierre PESTIEAU. Endogenous population and fixed input in a growth model with altruism. In K.F. Zimmermann (ed.), Economic Theory of Optimal Population (Microeconomic Studies). Berlin, Springer-Verlag, 91-103, 1989.

843.
Claude d'ASPREMONT, Rodolphe DOS SANTOS FERREIRA and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Unemployment in an extended Cournot oligopoly model. Oxford Economic Papers, 41, 490-505, 1989.

842.
Laurence A. WOLSEY. Submodularity and valid inequalities in capacitated fixed charge networks. Operations Research Letters, 8, 119-124, 1989.

841.
George L. NEMHAUSER and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Integer programming. In G.L. Nemhauser et al. (eds.), Handbooks in OR & MS, Volume 1. Amsterdam, North-Holland, 447-527, 1988.

840.
Richard SCHMALENSEE and Jacques-François THISSE. Perceptual maps and the optimal location of new products: an integrative essay. International Journal of Research in Marketing, 5, 225-249, 1988.

839.
Robin W. BOADWAY and David E. WILDASIN. A median voter model of social security. International Economic Review, 30(2), 307-328, 1989.

838.
Simon P. ANDERSON, André de PALMA and Jacques-François THISSE. Spatial price policies reconsidered. The Journal of Industrial Economics, 38(1), 1-18, 1989.

837.
Jacques H. DREZE. L'arbitrage enre équité et efficacité en matière d'emploi et de salaires. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 55(1), 3-31, 1989.

836.
Martine LABBE and Jacques-François THISSE. A tree-network has the fixed point property. Networks, 19, 255-259, 1989.

835.
Bernard THIRY and Henry TULKENS. Productivity, efficiency and technical progress, concepts and measurement. Annales de l'Economie Publique, Sociale et Coopérative/Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 60(1), 81-102, 1989. (Special issue on Productivity studies of public transport companies, edited by S. Perelman and B. Thiry.)

834.
Dominique DEPRINS and Léopold SIMAR. Estimating technical inefficiencies with correction for environmental conditions with an application to railway companies. Annales de l'Economie Publique, Sociale et Coopérative/Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 60(1), 81-102, 1989. (Special issue on Productivity studies of public transport companies, edited by S. Perelman and B. Thiry.)

833.
Pierre PESTIEAU. The demographics of inequality. Journal of Population Economics, 2(3), 4-24, 1989.

832.
Helmuth CREMER, Maurice MARCHAND and Jacques-François THISSE. The public firm as an instrument for regulating an oligopolistic market. Oxford Economic Paper, 41, 283-301, 1989.

831.
David E. WILDASIN. Interjurisdictional capital mobility: Fiscal externality and a corrective subsidy. Journal of Urban Economics, 25, 193-212, 1989.

830.
H. TULKENS, B. THIRY et A. PALM. Mesure de l'efficacité productive: méthodologies et applications aux sociétés de transports intercommunaux de Liège, Charleroi et Verviers. In La Performance Economique des Sociétés de Transports Urbains. Liège, Editions du C.I.R.I.E.C., 81-136, 1988.
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Charles NOLLET, Bernard THIRY et Henry TULKENS. Mesure de l'efficacité productive: applications à la société des transports intercommunaux de Bruxelles. In La Performance Economique des Sociétés de Transports Urbains. Liège, Editions du C.I.R.I.E.C., 137-170, 1988.

828.
W.B. McLEOD, G. NORMAN and J.-F. THISSE. Price discrimination and equilibrium in monopolistic competition. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 6, 429-446, 1988.

827.
M. FUJITA, H. OGAWA and J.-F. THISSE. A spatial competition approach to central place theory: some basic principles. Journal of Regional Science, 28(4), 477-494, 1988.

826.
Marie-Paule DONSIMONI and Heraklis M. POLEMARCHAKIS. Intertemporal equilibrium and disadvantadeous growth. European Economic Review, 33, 59-65, 1989.

825.
Françoise FORGES. Can sunspots replace a mediator? Journal of Mathematical Economics, 17, 347-368, 1988.

824.
Simon P. ANDERSON, André de PALMA and Jacques-François THISSE. Demand for differentiated products, discrete choice models, and the characteristics approach. Review of Economic Studies, 56, 21-35, 1989.

823.
Claude d'ASPREMONT and Alexis JACQUEMIN. Cooperative and noncooperative R&D in duopoly with spillovers. The American Economic Review, 78(5), 1133-1137, 1988.

822.
Bernard THIRY et Henry TULKENS. Performance économique des sociétés belges de transports urbains: concepts, méthodes et synthèse des résultats de l'ouvrage. InLa Performance Economique des Sociétés de Transports Urbains. Liège, Editions du C.I.R.I.E.C., 13-38, 1988.

821.
Jean-Philippe VIAL. Approximate projections in a projective method for the linear feasibility problem. In N. Megiddo (ed.), Progress in Mathematical Programming. Berlin, Springer-Verlag, 1989.

820.
Frédéric GAGEY, Jean-Paul LAMBERT et Benoît OTTENWAELTER. Déséquilibres sur le marché du travail: une estimation à partir des données d'enquêtes de conjoncture. In Mélanges Economiques. Essais en l'Honneur de Edmond Malinvaud. Paris, Economica et Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, 787-810, 1988.
819.
Pierre DEHEZ and Jacques DREZE. Competitive equilibria with quantity-taking producers and increasing returns to scale. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 17, 209-230, 1988.

818.
Pierre DEHEZ and Jacques DREZE. Distributive production sets and equilibria with increasing returns. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 17, 231-248, 1988.

817.
Jean-Marc BONNISSEAU and Bernard CORNET. Valuation equilibrium and Pareto optimum in non-convex economies. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 17, 293-308, 1988.

816.
Bernard CORNET. Topological properties of the attainable set in a non-convex production economy. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 17, 275-292, 1988.

815.
Jean-Marc BONNISSEAU. On two existence results of equilibria in economies with increasing returns. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 17, 193-207, 1988.

814.
Jean-Marc BONNISSEAU and Bernard CORNET. Existence of equilibria when firms follow bounded losses pricing rules. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 17, 1988.

813.
Bernard CORNET. General equilibrium theory and increasing returns. Presentation. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 17, 103-118, 1988.

812.
Ron HOLZMAN. Sub-core solutions of the problem of strong implementation. International Journal of Game Theory, 16(4), 263-289, 1987.

811.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Jacques-François THISSE. Competitive discrimination pricing. In G.R. Feiwel (ed.), The Economics of Imperfect Competition and Employment: Joan Robinson and Beyond. London, Macmillan, 287-406, 1988.

810.
Anton P. BARTEN. The history of Dutch macroeconomic modelling (1936-1986). In W. Driehuis, M.M.G. Fase and H. den Hertog (eds.), Challenges for Macroeconomic Modelling. Amsterdam, North-Holland, 39-98, 1988.

809.
Françoise FORGES. Communication equilibria in repeated games with incomplete information. Mathematics of Operations Research, 13(2), 191-231, 1988.

808.
Claude d'ASPREMONT and Bezalel PELEG. Ordinal Bayesian incentive compatible representations of committees. Social Choice and Welfare, 5, 261-279, 1988.

807.
David E. WILDASIN. Indirect distributional effects in benefit-cost analysis of small projects. The Economic Journal, 98, 801-807, 1988.

806.
Jean-François MERTENS. Nondifferentiable TU markets: the value. In Alvin E. Roth (ed.), The Shapley Value: Essays in Honor of Lloyd S. Shapley. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 235-264, 1988.

805.
Simon ANDERSON, André de PALMA and Jacques-François THISSE. A representative consumer theory of the logit model. International Economic Review, 29(3), 461-466, 1988.

804.
David WILDASIN. Nash equilibria in models of fiscal competition. Journal of Public Economics, 35, 229-240, 1988.

803.
James M. MALCOMSON and Frans SPINNEWYN. The multiperiod principal-agent problem. Review of Economic Studies, 55, 391-408, 1988.

802.
David WILDASIN. The demand for public goods in the presence of tax exporting. National Tax Journal, 40(4), 591-601, 1987.

801.
Jiro HODOSHIMA. Estimation of a single structural equation with structural change. Economic Theory, 4, 86-96, 1988.

800.
Jacques H. DREZE, Charles WYPLOSZ, Charles BEAN, Francesco GIAVAZZI and Herbert GIERSCH. The two-handed growth strategy for Europe: Autonomy through flexible cooperation. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 54(1), 5-52, 1988.

799.
Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. A case for differential inheritance taxation. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 9, 167-182, 1988.

798.
W. Bentley MCLEOD. Equity, efficiency, and incentives in cooperative teams. Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labor Managed Firms, 3, 5-23, 1988.

797.
Sergio PERELMAN and Pierre PESTIEAU. Technical performance in public enterprises. A comparative study of railways and postal services. European Economic Review, 32, 432-441, 1988.

796.
Arnold ZELLNER, Luc BAUWENS and Herman K. VAN DIJK. Bayesian specification analysis and estimation of simultaneous equation models using Monte Carlo methods. Journal of Econometrics, 38, 39-72, 1988.

795.
Jacques H. DREZE and Charles WYPLOSZ. Macroeconomic Policy in Europe. Autonomy through cooperation. European Economic Review, 32, 353-362, 1988.

794.
Simon P. ANDERSON and Jacques-François THISSE. Price discrimination in spatial competitive markets. European Economic Review, 32, 578-590, 1988.

793.
Jacques-François THISSE and Xavier VIVES. On the strategic choice of spatial price policy. The American Economic Review, 78(1), 122-137, 1988.

792.
Louis PHLIPS. Price discrimination: a survey of the theory. Journal of Economic Surveys, 2(2), 135-167, 1988.

791.
Yves POCHET and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Lot-size models with backlogging: strong reformulations and cutting planes. Mathematical Programming, 40, 317-335, 1988.

790.
Charles BLACKORBY and William SCHWORM. The existence of an input and output aggregates in aggregate production functions. Econometrica, 56(3), 613-643, 1988.

789.
Jean-Philippe VIAL. A fully polynomial time projective method. Operations Research Letters, 7(1), 15-19, 1988.

788.
Jean-François MERTENS. Repeated games. Proceedings of the International Congress of Mathematicians. Berkeley, California, 1986, 1528-1577, 1987. Repeated games; supergames. The New Palgrave: A dictionary of Economics. Volume 4. London, MacMillan, 151-153; 551-553, 1987.

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Victor A. GINSBURGH and Ludo VAN DER HEYDEN. On extending the Negishi approach to computing equilibria: the case of government price support policies. Journal of Economic Theory, 44(1), 168-178, 1988.

786.
Jiro HODOSHIMA. The class of BAN estimators of a single structural equation with structural change. Economics Letters, 25, 339-344, 1987.

785.
Simon P. ANDERSON, André de PALMA and Jacques-François THISSE. The CES and the logit. Two related models of heterogeneity. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 18, 155-164, 1988.

784.
George DIONNE and Louis EECKHOUDT. Proportional risk aversion, taxation and labor supply under uncertainty. Journal of Economics, 47(4), 353-366, 1987.

783.
Herman K. VAN DIJK. Some advances in Bayesian estimations methods using Monte Carlo Integration. Advances in Econometrics, 6, 215-261, 1987.

782.
Tony J. VAN ROY and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Solving mixed integer programming problems using automatic reformulation. Operations Research, 35(1), 45-57, 1987.

781.
Jean-François MERTENS. The Shapley value in the non differentiable case. International Journal of Game Theory, 17(1), 1-65, 1988.

780.
André de PALMA, Victor GINSBURGH and Jacques-François THISSE. On existence of Location equilibria in the 3-firm Hotelling problem. The Journal of Industrial Economics, 36(2), 245-252, 1987.

779.
Bernard CORNET. Optimization: sensibility analysis. In M.G. Singh (ed.), Systems and Control Encyclopedia. Theory, Technology, Applications. Oxford, Pergamon Press, 3547-3551, 1987.

778.
Jacqueline BOUCHER, Victor GINSBURGH, Yves SMEERS and Alexander SVORONOS. Introducing realistic savings patterns in intertemporal models. Operations Research Letters, 6(5), 211-219, 1987.

777.
Jacques-François THISSE. Location theory, regional science, and economics. Journal of Regional Science, 27(4), 519-528, 1987.

776.
Claude d'ASPREMONT, Alexis JACQUEMIN and Jean J. GABSZEWICZ. Imperfect information and market organization. European Economic Review, 31, 825-826, 1987.

775.
Michel MOUCHART and Hugo ROCHE. Bayesian analysis of load-curves through spline functions. The Statistician, 36, 289-296, 1987.

774.
Christian GOLLIER. Pareto-optimal risk sharing with fixed costs per claim. Scandinavian Actuarial Journal, 62-73, 1987.

773.
Camille BRONSARD and Lise SALVAS-BRONSARD. Growth, desirability, profitability and unemployment. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 6/7, 13-35, 1987.

772.
David WILDASIN. Federal-state-local fiscal relations: a review of the treasury report. Public Finance Quarterly, 15(4), 472-499, 1987.

771.
Jean-Pierre FLORENS, Michel MOUCHART and Jean-François RICHARD. Dynamic error-in-variables models and limited information analysis. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 6/7, 289-310, 1987.

770.
David E. WILDASIN. Tax exporting and the marginal cost of public spending. Economics Letters, 24, 353-358, 1987.

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Herman K. VAN DIJK. A product of multivariate T densities as upper bound for the posterior kernel of simultaneous equation model parameters. In R. Vierti (ed.), Probability and Bayesian Statistics. London, Plenum Publishing Corporation, 129-138, 1987.

768.
Claude d'ASPREMONT, Alexis JACQUEMIN and Jean-François MERTENS. A measure of aggregate power in organizations. Journal of Economic Theory, 43(1), 184-191, 1987.

767.
Christian GOLLIER. The design of optimal insurance contracts without the non-negativity constraint on claims. The Journal of Risk and Insurance, 54(2), 314-324, 1987.

766.
Anton P. BARTEN. The coefficient of determination for regression without a constant term. In R.D.H. Heijmans and H. Neudecker (eds), The Practice of Econometrics. Dordrecht, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 181-189, 1987.

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Jacques H. DREZE. Eurosclerosis: a disease of the economies, or of the economists ? In Robert Z. Lawrence and Charles L. Schultze (eds.), Barriers to European Growth. A Transatlantic View. Washington D.C., the Brookings Institution, 79-93, 1987.

764.
Simon P. ANDERSON, André de PALMA and Jacques-François THISSE. The CES is a discrete choice model? Economics Letters, 24, 139-140, 1987.

763.
Guy de GHELLINCK and Jean-Philippe VIAL. An extension of Karmarkar's algorithm for solving a system of linear homogeneous equations on the simplex. Mathematical Programming, 39, 79-92, 1987.

762.
Lonnie MAGEE. Appoximating the approximate slopes of LR, W and LM test statistics. Econometric Theory, 3, 247-271, 1987.

761.
Jean-Paul BULTEAU and Jean-Philippe VIAL. Curvilinear path and trust region in unconstrained optimization: a convergence analysis. Mathematical Programming Study, 30, 82-101, 1987.

760.
Bernard CORNET. Regularity properties of open tangent cones. Mathematical Programming Study, 30, 17-33, 1987.

759.
Maurice MARCHAND and Pierre PESTIEAU. Should employment policy-making be entrusted to regions ? Regional Science and Urban Economics, 17, 357-365, 1987.

758.
S. ERLICH, V. GINSBURGH and L. VAN DER HEYDEN. Where do real wage policies lead Belgium? A general equilibrium analysis. European Economic Review, 31, 1369-1838, 1987.

757.
Mark F.J. STEEL. Testing for exogeneity. An application to consumption behaviour. European Economic Review, 31, 1443-1463, 1987.

756.
Maurice MARCHAND and Pierre PESTIEAU. Public production and employment policies in a two-region economy with unemployment. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 17, 345-355, 1987.

755.
André de PALMA, Jose PEDRO SANTOS and Jacques-François THISSE. Spatial competition under uniform delivered pricing. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 17, 441-449, 1987.

754.
Jean-Paul LAMBERT. Conflicting specifications for investment functions in rationing models: a reconciliation. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 53(2), 135-145, 1987.

753.
Lonnie MAGEE. A note on Cochrane-Orcutt estimation. Journal of Econometrics, 35, 211-218, 1987.

752.
Jean J. GABSZEWICZ and Paolo G. GARELLA. Price search and spatial competition. European Economic Review, 31, 827-842, 1987.

751.
Jacqueline BOUCHER, Tom HEFTING and Yves SMEERS. Economic analysis of natural gas contracts. In R. Golombek, M. Hoel and J. Vislie (eds.), Natural Gas Markets and Contracts. Amsterdam, North-Holland, 193-220, 1987.

750.
Jean-Pierre FLORENS et Michel MOUCHART. Exhaustivité, ancillarité et identification en statistique bayésienne. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 4, 63-93, 1986.

749.
Jacqueline BOUCHER and Yves SMEERS. Using column generation techniques for treating dynamic multisectoral models with price-dependent coefficients. Operations Research, 34(5), 718-725, 1986.

748.
Bernard CORNET et Georges HADDAD. Théorèmes de viabilité pour les inclusions différentielles du second ordre. Israel Journal of Mathematics, 57(2), 225-238, 1987.

747.
Pierre HANSEN, Martine LABBE, Dominique PEETERS and Jacques François THISSE. Facility location analysis. In Jacques Lesourne and Hugo Sonnenschein (eds.), Systems of Cities and Facility Location (Fundamentals of Pure and Applied Economics, 22). London, Harwood Academic Publishers, 1-70, 1987.

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Victor GINSBURGH, Pierre PESTIEAU and Jacques-François THISSE. A spatial model of party competition with electoral and ideological objectives. In Avijit Ghosh and Gérard Rushton (eds.), Spatial Analysis and Location-Allocation Models. New York, Van Nostrand Reinhold Companpy, 101-117, 1987.

745.
Jean-Pierre FLORENS, Michel MOUCHART and Jean-François RICHARD. Structural time series modeling: a Bayesian approach. Applied Mathematics and Computation, 20, 365-400, 1986.

744.
Masahisa FUJITA and Jacques-François THISSE. Spatial competition with a land market: Hotelling and Von Thunen unified. Review of Economic Studies, 53, 819-841, 1986.

743.
Marie-Cécile NOËL and Yves SMEERS. Nested decomposition of multistage nonlinear programs with recourse. Mathematical Programming, 37, 131-152, 1987.

742.
Jean-François RICHARD. Exogeneity and control in econometric series modelling. In C. Carraro and D. Sartore (eds.), Developments of Control Theory for Economic Analysis. Dordrecht, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 327-339, 1987.

741.
Henry TULKENS. La performance productive d'un service public. Définitions, méthodes de mesure et application à la Régie des Postes en Belgique. L'Actualité Economique, Revue d'Analyse Economique, 62(2), 306-335, 1986.

740.
Eric DE COOMAN and Maurice MARCHAND. Rules and incentives for hospitals: the Belgian financing system. Health Policy, 7, 227-239, 1987.

739.
Jean-Marie DUFOUR. Bias of S2 in linear regressions with dependent errors. The American Statistician, 40(4), 284-285, 1987.

738.
Serge WIBAUT. A model of tax reform for Belgium. Journal of Public Economics, 32, 53-77, 1987.

737.
Jacques H. DREZE. Underemployment equilibria. From theory to econometrics and policy. European Economic Review, 31, 9-34, 1987.

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W.B. MACLEOD, G. NORMAN and J.-F. THISSE. Competition, tacit collusion and free entry. The Economic Journal, 97(35), 189-198, 1987.

735.
Jean-Pierre FLORENS and Michel MOUCHART. Some example of Bayesian experiments. Statistica, 46(4), 439-448, 1986.

734.
Henry TULKENS. The performance approach in public enterprise economics: an introduction and an example. Annals of Public and Co-operative Economy (Annales de l'Economie Publique, Sociale et Coopérative), 4, 429-443, 1986.

733.
Renzo ORSI. On the dynamic specification of disequilibrium econometrics: an analysis of Italian labour market. Statistica, 46(3), 305-323, 1986.

732.
H. CREMER, D. KESSLER and P. PESTIEAU. Fertility differentials and the regressive effect of public debt. Economica, 54, 79-87, 1987.

731.
Martin J. BECKMANN and Jacques-François THISSE. The location of production activities. In P. Nijkamp (ed.), Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics. Volume 1. Amsterdam, North-Holland, 21-95, 1986.

730.
Pierre HANSEN, Martine LABBE, Dominique PEETERS and Jacques-François THISSE. Single facility location on networks. Annals of Discrete Mathematics, 31, 113-146, 1987.

729.
P. HANSEN, J.-F. THISSE and R.E. WENDELL. Equivalence of solutions to network location problems. Mathematics for Operations Research, 11(4), 672-678, 1986.

728.
I. BARANY, J. EDMONDS and L.A. WOLSEY. Packing and covering a tree by subtrees. Combinatorica, 6(3), 221-233, 1986.

727.
Jacques H. DREZE. Work-sharing: some theory and recent European experience. Economic Policy, 1(3), 561-619, 1986.

726.
Bernard CORNET and Jean-Philippe VIAL. Lipschitzian solutions of perturbed nonlinear programming problems. SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization, 24(6), 1123-1137, 1986

725.
Pierre HANSEN, Jacques-François THISSE and Richard E. WENDELL. Efficient points on a network. Networks, 16, 357-368, 1986.

724.
Guy de GHELLINCK and Jean-Philippe VIAL. A polynomial Newton method for linear programming. Algorithmica, 1, 425-453, 1986.

723.
Jacqueline BOUCHER and Yves SMEERS. Economic forces in the European gas market. A 1985 prospective. Energy Economics, 9(1), 2-16, 1987.

722.
Robert J. AUMANN and Jacques H. DREZE. Values of markets with satiation or fixed prices. Econometrica, 54(6), 1271-1318, 1986.

721.
Françoise FORGES. An approach to communication equilibria. Econometrica, 54(6), 1375-1385, 1986.

720.
Jan SVEJNAR. Bargaining power, fear of disagreement, and wage settlements: theory and evidence from U.S. industry. Econometrica, 54(5), 1055-1078, 1986.

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Denis KESSLER, Sergio PERELMAN et Pierre PESTIEAU. L'hypothèse d'équivalence entre impôt et emprunt: un test sur les pays de l'OCDE. Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, 3, 141-149, 1986.

718.
Jean-François MERTENS. The minmax theorem for U.S.C.-L.S.C. payoff functions. International Journal of Game Theory, 15(4), 237-250, 1986.

717.
Jean JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ and Paolo GARELLA. 'Subjective' price search and price competition. International Journal on Industrial Organization, 4, 305-316, 1986.

716.
Elon KOHLBERG and Jean-François MERTENS. On the strategic stability of equilibria. Econometrica, 54(5), 1003-1037, 1986.

715.
John D. GEANAKOPLOS and Heraklis M. POLEMARCHAKIS. Walrasian indeterminacy and Keynesian macroeconomics. Review of Economic Studies, 53, 755-779, 1986.

714.
Charles BLACKORBY and David DONALDSON. Can risk-benefit analysis provide consistent policy evaluations of projects involving loss of life? The Economic Journal, 96, 758-773, 1986.

713.
Jean JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ and Jacques-François THISSE. Spatial competition and the location of firms. In Jacques Lesourne and Hugo Sonnenschein (eds.). Location Theory. (Fundamentals of Pure and Applied Economics, 5). London, Harwood Academic Publishers, 1-71, 1986.

712.
M. LUBRANO, R.G. PIERSE and J.-F. RICHARD. Stability of a U.K. money demand equation: a Bayesian approach to testing exogeneity. Review of Economic Studies, 53, 603-634, 1986.

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John D. GEANAKOPLOS and Heraklis M. POLEMARCHAKIS. Existence, regularity, and constrained suboptimality of competitive allocations when the asset market is incomplete. In Walter P. Heller, Ross M. Starr and David A. Starret (eds.), Uncertainty, Information and Communication. Essays in Honor of K.J. Arrow. Volume 3. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 65-95, 1986.

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Jean-Pierre FLORENS, Michel MOUCHART and Jean-Marie ROLIN. Exact estimability in conditional models. In J.-F. Florens (ed.), Asymptotic Theory for Non I.I.D. Processes. Proceedings of the 5th Franco-Belgian Meeting of Statisticians, November 1984. Bruxelles, Publications des Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis, 121-143, 1986.

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Jean-Marie ROLIN. Asymptotic behaviour of posterior expectations in dynamical models. In J.-F. Florens (ed.), Asymptotic Theory for Non I.I.D. Processes. Proceedings of the 5th Franco-Belgian Meeting of Statisticians, November 1984. Bruxelles, Publications des Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis, 121-143, 1986.

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Louis GEVERS. Walrasian social choice: some simple axiomatic approaches. In Walter P. Heller, Ross M. Starr and David A. Starrett (eds.), Social Choice and Public Decision Making. Essays in Honor of Kenneth J. Arrow. Volume 1. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 97-114, 1986.

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Jean JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ, Avner SHAKED, John SUTTON and Jacques-François THISSE. Segmenting the market: the monopolist's optimal product mix. Journal of Economic Theory, 39(2), 273-289, 1986.

706.
Jean JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ. Comments on a paper by O. Hart. In K.J. Arrow and S. Honkapohja (eds.), Frontiers in Economics. Oxford, B. Blackwell, 150-169, 1985.

705.
Jean JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ and Martine QUINZII. The dynamics of capacity adjustments in a competitive economy. European Economic Review, 30, 729-748, 1986.

704.
Henri R. SNEESSENS and Jacques H. DREZE. A discussion of Belgian unemployment, combining traditional concepts and disequilibrium econometrics. Economica, 53, 89-119, 1986.

703.
Eric AMBROISE, Jacqueline BOUCHER, Stef PROOST and Yves SMEERS. Gas import contracts, renegotiating strategies and optimal pricing. In P.R. Odell and J. Daneels (eds.), Gas and Electricity Market in Europe. Prospects and Policies. (Proceedings of the European Conference, September 23-25, 1985, Luxembourg). Brussels, Benelux Association of Energy Economists, 280-295, 1986.

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Claude d'ASPREMONT and Jean JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ. On the stability of collusion. In Joseph E. Stiglitz and G. Frank Mathewson (eds), New Developments in the Analysis of Market Structure. Cambridge (MA), The MIT Press, 243-264, 1986.

701.
Henri R. SNEESSENS and Jacques H. DREZE. What, if anything, have we learned from the rise of unemployment in Belgium, 1974-1983. Cahiers Economiques de Bruxelles, 110/111, 21-26, 1986.

700.
Françoise FORGES. Correlated equilibria in repeated games with lack of information on one side: a model with verifiable types. International Journal of Game Theory, 15(2), 65-82, 1986.

699.
Camille BRONSARD and Lise SALVAS-BRONSARD. Commodity and asset demands with and without quantity constraints in the labour market. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 1, 185-208, 1986.

698.
David ENCAOUA, Alexis JACQUEMIN and Michel MOREAUX. Global market power and diversification. The Economic Journal, 96, 525-533, 1986.

697.
Tony J. VAN ROY and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Valid inequalities for mixed 0-1 programs. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 14, 199-213, 1986.

696.
Denis KESSLER, Sergio PERELMAN and Pierre PESTIEAU. Public debt, tax and consumption: a test on O.E.C.D. countries. Public Finance/Finances Publiques, 41(1), 63-70, 1986.

695.
Jacques H. DREZE. Moral expectation with moral hazard. In Werner Hildenbrand and Andreu Mas-Colell (eds.), Contributions to Mathematical Economics (in honor of Gérard Debreu). Amsterdam, North-Holland, 187-204, 1986.

694.
Jacqueline BOUCHER and Yves SMEERS. The Manne-Chao-Wilson algorithm for computing competitive equilibria: a modified version and its implementation. Mathematical Programming, 34, 302-332, 1986.

693.
Jack MINTZ and Henry TULKENS. Commodity tax competition between member states of a federation: equilibrium and efficiency. Journal of Public Economics, 29, 133-172, 1986.

692.
Anita WESKAMP. Existence of spatial Cournot equilibria. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 15, 219-227, 1985.

691.
Ron HOLZMAN. On strong representations of games by social choice functions. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 15, 39-57, 1986.

690.
Michel MOUCHART and Renzo ORSI. A note on price adjustment models in disequilibrium econometrics. Journal of Econometrics, 31, 209-217, 1986.

689.
H.M. POLEMARCHAKIS, L. SELDEN, P. ZIPKIN and L. POHLMAN. Approximate aggregation under uncertainty. Journal of Economic Theory, 38, 189-210, 1986.

688.
Shigeo MUTO, An information good market with symmetric externalities. Econometrica, 54(2), 295-312, 1986.

687.
H.M. POLEMARCHAKIS and L. SELDEN. On the recoverability of risk and time preferences from consumption and asset demands. European Economic Review, 26, 115-133, 1984.

686.
Philippe ARTZNER, Claude d'ASPREMONT and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Envelopes and geometrical covers of side-payment games and their market representations. Mathematics of Operations Research, 11(1), 19-29, 1986.

685.
Jean JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ and Jacques-François THISSE. On the nature of competition with differentiated products. The Economic Journal, 96, 160-172, 1986.

684.
Jacqueline BOUCHER, Olivier JANSSENS de BISTHOVEN, Thomas LEKANE and Yves SMEERS. Evaluation of the impact of uncertainty in certain energy models. In Models and Uncertainty in the Energy Sector. Proceedings of the International Conference held at Riso National Laboratory, 11-12 February 1986, Roskilde (Denmark), Riso National Laboratory, 109-120, 1986.

683.
Pierre HANSEN, Dominique PEETERS, Denis RICHARD and Jacques-François THISSE. The minisum and minimax location problems revisited. Operations Research, 33(6), 1251-1265, 1985.

682.
F. COLE, W. GOGHET and Y. SMEERS. A comparison between a primal and a dual cutting plane algorithm for posynomial geometric programming problems. Journal of Optimization Theory and Optimization, 47(2), 159-180, 1985.

681.
Derek C. JONES and Jan SVEJNAR. Participation, profit sharing, worker ownership and efficiency in Italian producer cooperatives. Economica, 52, 449-465, 1985.

680.
Michel MOUCHART and Jean-Marie ROLIN. Letter to the Editor. Statistica, 45(3), 427-430, 1985.

679.
F. TOLFO, J.-Ph. VIAL and J.-P. BULTEAU. Separazione di gas naturale. ICP-Rivista dell'Industria Chimica, XIII, 10, 35-42, 1985.

678.
Russel DAVIDSON and James G. MACKINNON. Heteroskedastcity-robust tests in regressions directions. Annales de l'INSEE, 59-60, 183-218, 1985.

677.
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676.
Henry TULKENS. Analyse économique de la concurrence entre juridictions fiscalement souveraines. Met commentaar door G. d'Alcantara. Actes du Colloque du 5 mars 1985 de l'Institut des Finances Publiques. Bulletin de Documentation, Ministère des Finances, Bruxelles, Septembre (9), 44-64, 1985.

675.
Lonnie MAGEE. Efficiency of iterative estimators in the regression model with AR(1) disturbances. Journal of Econometrics, 29, 275-287, 1985.

674.
François LOUVEAUX and Jacques-François THISSE. Production and location on a network under demand uncertainty. Operations Research Letters, 4(4), 145-149, 1985.

673.
F. FORGES, J.F. MERTENS and A. NEYMAN. A counterexample to the folk theorem with discounting. Economics Letters, 20(1), 7, 1986.

672.
Yves MERTENS and Victor GINSBURGH. Product differentiation and price discrimination in the European Community: The case of automobiles. The Journal of Industrial Economics, 34(2), 151-166, 1985.

671.
Tony J. VAN ROY and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Valid inequalities and separation for uncapacitated fixed charge networks. Operations Research Letters, 4(3), 105-112, 1985.

670.
Jacques H. DREZE. Second-best analysis with markets in disequilibrium. Public sector pricing in a Keynesian Regime. European Economic Review, 29, 263-301, 1985.

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J.-P. BULTEAU and J.-P. VIAL. A restricted trust region algorithm for unconstrained optimization. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, 47(4), 413-435, 1985.

668.
Y.Y. PAPAGEORGIOU and J.-F. THISSE. Agglomeration as spatial interdependence between firms and households. Journal of Economic Theory, 37(1), 19-31, 1985.

667.
Claude d'ASPREMONT. Axioms for social welfare orderings. In Leonid Hurwicz, David Schmeidler and Hugo Sonnenschein (eds.), Social Goals and Social Organization. Essays in Memory of Elisha Pazner. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 19-75, 1985.

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665.
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663.
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662.
M.C. ADAM and V. GINSBURGH. The effects of irregular markets on macroeconomic policy. Some estimates for Belgium. European Economic Review, 29, 15-33, 1985.

661.
Victor GINSBURGH and Ludo VAN DER HEYDEN. General equilibrium with wage rigidities: an application to Belgium. Mathematical Programming Study, 23, 23-39, 1985.

660.
Henri R. SNEESSENS. Two alternative stochastic specification and estimation methods for quantity rationing models. A Monte-Carlo comparison. European Economic Review, 29, 111-136, 1985.

659.
Maurice MARCHAND, Jack MINTZ and Pierre PESTIEAU. Public production and shadow pricing in a model of disequilibirum in labour and capital markets. Journal of Economic Theory, 36(2), 237-256, 1985.

658.
Georges DIONNE and Pierre LASSERRE. Adverse selection, repeated insurance contracts and announcement strategy. Review of Economic Studies, 52, 719-723, 1985.

657.
W. Bentley MACLEOD. On adjustment costs and the stability of equilibria. Review of Economic Studies, 52, 575-591, 1985.

656.
M.W. PADBERG, T.J. VAN ROY and L.A. WOLSEY. Valid linear inequalities for fixed charge problems. Operations Research, 33(4), 842-861, 1985.

655.
V. GINSBURGH, P.Y. HENIN and Ph. MICHEL. A dual decision approach to desequilibrium growth. Oxford Economic Papers, 37, 353-361, 1985.

654.
Jean MERCENIER and Jean WAELBROECK. The impact of protection on developing countries: a general equilibrium analysis. In Karl Jungenfelt and Douglas Hague (eds.), Structural Adjustment in Developed Open Economies. London, MacMillan, 219-239, 1985.

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Jacques H. DREZE. Labor management and general equilibrium. In Dereck C. Jones and Jan Svejnar (eds.), Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labor-Managed Firms. Volume 1. London, JAI Press, Inc., 3-20, 1985.

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Olivier JANSSENS de BISTHOVEN, Philippe SCHUCHEWYTSCH and Yves SMEERS. Dealing with uncertain demand in power generation planning. In A.S. Kydes and D.M. Geraghty (eds), Energy Markets in the Longer-Term: Planning under Uncertainty. Amsterdam, North-Holland, 161-171, 1985.

651.
Victor GINSBURGH, Yorgo PAPAGEORGIOU and Jacques-François THISSE. On existence and stability of spatial equilibria and steady-states. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 15, 149-158, 1985.

650.
W. Bentley MACLEOD. On the non-existence of equilibria in differentiated product models. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 15, 245-262, 1985.

649.
Jacqueline BOUCHER et Yves SMEERS. Programmation mathématique et modélisation énergétique. L'Actualité Economique, 61(1), 24-50, 1985.

648.
Jean-Pierre FLORENS and Michel MOUCHART. Model selection: some remarks from a Bayesian viewpoint. In J.-P. Florens, M. Mouchart, J.-P. Raoult and L. Simar (eds.)., Model Choice, Proceedings of the 4th Franco-Belgian Meeting of Statisticians, November 1983. Bruxelles, Publications des Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis, 27-44, 1985.

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Louis PHLIPS and Jacques-François THISSE. Spatial competition and the theory of differentiated markets: an introduction. The Journal of Industrial Economics, 31(1/2), 1-9, 1982.

492.
Maurice MARCHAND, Pierre PESTIEAU and John C. WEYMARK. Discount rates for public enterprises in the presence of alternative financial constraints. Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie, 27-50, 1982.

491.
Richard E. QUANDT. Econometric disequilibrium models. With comments by D.F. Hendry, A. Monfort and J.F. Richard. Econometric Reviews, 1, 1-96, 1982.

490.
Tony J. VAN ROY and Donald ERLENKOTTER. A dual-based procedure for dynamic facility location. Management Science, 28(10), 1091-1105, 1982.

489.
Jean JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ et Jacques-François THISSE. Disparités des revenus et différenciation des produits. Cahiers du Séminaire d'Econométrie, 1982.

488.
Pierre DEHEZ. Stationary Keynesian equilibria. European Economic Review, 19, 245-258, 1982.

487.
P. DOULLIEZ, Y. SMEERS and M. STUBBE. A theoretical model for the determination of the optimal design of a power transportation and distribution system with several voltage levels. Mathematical Programming Study, 20, 72-95, 1982.

486.
Laurence A. WOLSEY. Maximising real-valued submodular functions: primal and dual heuristics for location problems. Mathematics of Operations Research, 7(3), 410-425, 1982.

485.
A.P. BARTEN. Econometric model building for the Common Market. In J.H.P. Paelinck (ed.), Qualitative and Quantitative Mathematicial Economics. M.Nijhoff, 37-48, 1982.

484.
Vicor GINSBURGH and Philippe MICHEL. Democracy and dynamic welfare optima. Economics Letters, 9, 315-318, 1982.

483.
Charles BLACKORBY, David DONALDSON and John A. WEYMARK. A normative approach to industrial-performance evaluation and concentration indices. European Economic Review, 19, 89-121, 1982.

482.
Yves SMEERS and Daniel TYTECA. Optimal location and design of wastewater treatment plants under river quality constraints. In S. Rinaldi (ed.), Environmental Systems Analysis and Management. Amsterdam, North-Holland, 289-310, 1982.

481.
C. d'ASPREMONT and L.-A. GERARD VARET. Bayesian incentive compatible beliefs. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 10, 83-103, 1982.

480.
Martin F. HELLWIG. Rational expectations equilibrium with conditioning on past prices: a mean-variance example. Journal of Economic Theory, 26(2), 279-312, 1982.

479.
J.P. FLORENS and M. MOUCHART. A note on noncausality. Econometrica, 50(3), 583-591, 1982.
478.
Jean-François MERTENS and Abraham NEYMAN. Stochastic games have a value. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 79, 2145-2146, 1982.

477.
M. MARCHAND and P. PESTIEAU. Taxation and diverging expectations using energy policy as an illustration. Journal of Public Economics, 17, 23-49, 1982.

476.
Pierre PESTIEAU and Uri M. POSSEN. A model of income distribution. European Economic Review, 17, 279-294, 1982.

475.
Jean-Philippe VIAL. Strong convexity of sets and functions. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 9, 187-205, 1982.

474.
Jorgen TIND and Laurence A. WOLSEY. An elementary survey of general duality theory in mathematical programming. Mathematical Programming, 21, 241-281, 1981.

473.
Y. TAUMAN. Value on a class of non-differentiable market games. International Journal of Game Theory, 10(3/4), 155-162, 1982.

472.
Leonard J. MIRMAN and Yair TAUMAN. Demand compatible equitable cost sharing prices. Mathematics of Operations Research, 7(1), 40-56, 1982.

471.
Anton P. BARTEN and Volker BÖHM. Consumer theory. In K.J. Arrow and M.D. Intriligator (eds.), . Handbook of Mathematical Economics. Amsterdam, North-Holland, 381-429, 1982.

470.
Leonard J. MIRMAN and Y. TAUMAN. The continuity of the Aumann-Shapley price mechanism. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 9, 235-249, 1982.

469.
Leonard J. MIRMAN, Joseph RANAAN and Yair TAUMAN. A sufficient condition on f for f °mu to be in pNAD. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 9, 251-256, 1982.

468.
Louis PHLIPS and Frans SPINNEWYN. Rationality versus myopia in dynamic demand systems. In R.L. Basmann and G.F. Rhodes (eds.), Advances in Econometrics. Volume 1. Rhodes, JAI Press, 3-33, 1982.

467.
Gerard van der LAAN. Simplicial approximation of unemployment equilibria. Journal of Matheamtical Economics, 9, 83-97, 1982.

466.
Anton P. BARTEN. COMET in a nutshell. In R. Courbis (ed.), Commerce International et Modèles Internationaux. International Trade and Multicountry Models. Paris, Economica, 211-219, 1981.

465.
Yves SMEERS. On the economics of time varying river quality control systems. In D. Dubois (ed.), Progress in Ecological Engineering and Management by Mathematical Modelling. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the State-of-the-Art in Ecological Modelling, 463-503, 1981.

464.
David ENCAOUA, Alexis JACQUEMIN et Philippe MICHEL. Stratégies dynamiques de prix et structures de marché. Cahiers du Séminaire d'Econométrie, 23, 153-168, 1981.

463.
J. JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ, A. SHAKED, J. SUTTON and J.-F. THISSE. International trade in differentiated products. International Economic Review, 22(3), 527-534, 1981.

462.
Jorgen TIND and Laurence A. WOLSEY. On the use of penumbras in blocking and antiblocking theory. Mathematical Programming, 22, 71-81, 1982.

461.
M. MOUCHART and L. SIMAR. Least squares approximation in Bayesian analysis. In J.M. Bernardo, M.H. DeGroot, D.V. Lindley and A.F.M. Smith (eds.), Bayesian Statistics. Valencia University Press, 207-222, 1980.

460.
John A. WEYMARK. Undominated directions of tax reform. Journal of Public Economics, 16, 343-369, 1981.

459.
Tony J. VAN ROY. Cross decomposition for mixed integer programming with applications to facility location. In J.P. Brans (ed.), Operations Research 81. Amsterdam, North-Holland, 579-587, 1981.

458.
Benyamin SHITOVITZ. Some notes on the core of a production economy with some large traders and a continuum of small traders. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 9, 99-105, 1981.

457.
Yuval SHILONY. Hotelling's competition with general customer distributions. Economics Letters, 8, 39-45, 1981.

456.
Jean DERMINE et Jacques H. DREZE. La Belgique dans la crise et la contrainte de balance des paiements. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 47(1), 55-76, 1981.

455.
G.L. NEMHAUSER and L.A. WOLSEY. Maximizing submodular set functions: formulations and analysis of algorithms. In P. Hansen (ed.), Studies on Graphs and Discrete Programming. Amsterdam, North-Holland, 279-301, 1981.

454.
J.-F. MERTENS and A. NEYMAN. Stochastic games. International Journal of Game Theory, 10(2), 53-66, 1981.

453.
John A. WEYMARK. Generalized Gini inequality indices. Mathematical Social Sciences, 1, 409-430, 1981.

452.
Daniel TYTECA. Nonlinear programming model of wastewater treatment plant. And Daniel TYTECA and Yves SMEERS. Nonlinear programming design of wastewater treatment plant. Journal of the Environmental Engineering, Division. Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 107, EE4, 747-779, 1981.

451.
Andras SIMONOVITS. Constrained control and destabilization. In J. Kornai and B. Martos (eds.), Non-price Control. Amsterdam, North-Holland, 281-325, 1981.

450.
Andras SIMONOVITS. Maximal convergence speed of decentralized control. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 3, 51-64, 1981.

449.
P.J. PHLIPS and L. PHLIPS. Price variability, changes in demand and the rate of interest. Economics Letters, 7, 7-10, 1981.

448.
J. LUIS GUASCH and Andrew WEISS. Self selection in the labor market. The American Economic Review, 71(3), 275-284, 1981.

447.
Victor GINSBURGH and Pierre PESTIEAU. Local government expenditures in Belgium: do political distinctions matter? European Journal of Political Research, 9, 169-179, 1981.

446.
Laurence A. WOLSEY. The b-hull of an integer program. Discrete Applied Mathematics, 3, 193-201, 1981.

445.
Jean-François MERTENS and Shmuel ZAMIR. Incomplete information games with transcendental values. Mathematics of Operations Research, 6(2), 313-318, 1981.

444.
Henri SNEESSENS. Les origines du chômage en Belgique: leçons tirées d'un modèle macroéconomique avec rationnement. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 46(1), 3-13, 1980.

443.
L. McLINDEN. An analogue of Moreau's proximation theorem, with application to the nonlinear complementarity problem. Pacific Journal of Mathematics, 88(1), 101-161, 1980.

442.
Jean DERMINE. Politique monétaire restrictive et rentabilité des intermédiaires financiers. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 46(1), 15-26, 1980.

441.
Pierre DEHEZ. Apports de la théorie de l'équilibre temporaire en analyse macro-économique. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 46(1), 27-56, 1980.

440.
Jacques H. DREZE and Heinz MÜLLER. Optimality properties of rationing schemes. Journal of Economic Theory, 23(2), 131-149, 1980.

439.
J.-F. RICHARD. Can policy instruments be treated as exogenous variables. IHS-Journal, 4, 123-130, 1980.

438.
T. TERÄSVIRTA. The polynomial distributed lag revisited. Empirical Economics, 5, 69-81, 1980.

437.
Gérard CORNUEJOLS, George L. NEMHAUSER and Laurence A. WOLSEY. Worst-case and probabilistic analysis of algorithms for a location problem. Operations Research, 28(4), 847-858, 1980.

436.
Frans SPINNEWYN. Rational habit formation. European Economic Review, 15, 91-109, 1981.

435.
Jean-François MERTENS. Values and derivatives. Mathematics of Operations Research, 5(4), 523-552, 1980.

434.
Timo TERÄSVIRTA. Some results on improving the least squares estimation of linear models by mixed estimation. Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, 8, 33-61, 1981.

433.
J.-F. MERTENS and S. ZAMIR. Minmax and maxmin of repeated games with incomplete information. International Journal of Game Theory, 9(4), 201-215, 1980.

432.
Asad ZAMAN. Estimators without moments. The case of the reciprocal of a normal mean. Journal of Econometrics, 15, 289-298, 1981.

431.
Laurence A. WOLSEY. Integer programming duality: price functions and sensitivity analysis. Mathematical Programming, 20, 173-195, 1981.

430.
Uri POSSEN and Steven SLUTSKY. Public-private consumption tradeoffs and the balanced budget multiplier. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 94, 697-702, 1980.

429.
J.F. MERTENS. A note on the characteristic function of supergames. International Journal of Game Theory, 9(4), 189-190, 1980.

428.
Zvi ROSBERG. A note on the ergodicity of Markov chains. Journal of Applied Probability, 18, 112-121, 1981.

427.
Louis PHLIPS and Jacques-François THISSE. Pricing distribution and the supply of storage. European Economic Review, 15, 225-243, 1981.

426.
Philippe MICHEL. Choice of projects and their starting dates. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 3, 97-118, 1981.

425.
C. d'ASPREMONT and L.-A. GERARD-VARET. Stackelberg-solvable games and pre-play communication. Journal of Economic Theory, 23(2), 201-217, 1980.

424.
John A. WEYMARK. Notes and comments on sums of production set frontiers. Review of Economic Studies, 48, 179-183, 1981.

423.
J.P. FLORENS, M. MOUCHART et J.M. ROLIN. Réductions dans les expériences bayésiennes séquentielles. Cahiers du Centre d'Etudes de Recherche Opérationnelle, 22(3-4), 353-1980 (Colloque - Processus Aléatoires et Problèmes de Prévision, Bruxelles, 353-362, 24 et 25 avril 1980).

422.
Zvi ROSBERG. A positive recurrence criterion associated with multidimensional queueing processes. Journal of Applied Probability, 17, 790-801, 1980.

421.
Yves SMEERS and Daniel TYTECA. Optimal location of waste water treatment plants with river quality constraints. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Analysis, Forecasting and Planning for Public Utilities. Volume 3: Budgeting and Planning. INSEAD, Fontainebleau, 343-362, June 25-29, 1980.

420.
Jacques H. DREZE. Réduction progressive des heures et partage du travail. Rapport pour la 3ème Commission du 4ème Congrès des Economistes Belges de Langue Française. Mons, 1-29, Novembre 1980.

419.
Laurence A. WOLSEY. A recourse decomposition algorithm for general mathematical programs. Mathematical Programming Study, 14, 244-257, 1981.

418.
Yoel HAITOVSKY and Yohanan WAX. Generalized ridge regression least squares with stochastic prior information, and Bayesian estimators. Applied Mathematics and Computation, 7, 125-154, 1980.

417.
John A. WEYMARK.Welfare optimal tariff revenues and maximum tariff revenues. Canadian Journal of Economics, 13(4), 615-631, 1980.

416.
Jacques H. DREZE and Franco MODIGLIANI. The trade-off between real wages and employment in an open economy (Belgium). European Economic Review, 15, 1-40, 1981.

415.
François V. LOUVEAUX. A solution method for multistage stochastic programs with recourse with application to an energy investment problem. Operations Research, 28(4), 889-902, 1980.

414.
Gérard CORNUEJOLS, George L. NEMHAUSER and Laurence A. WOLSEY. A canonical representation of simple plant location problems and its applications. SIAM Journal on Algebraic and Discrete Methods, 1(5), 261-272, 1980.

413.
Adrian PAGAN. Some identification and estimation results for regression models with stochastically varying coefficients. Journal of Econometrics, 13, 341-363, 1980.

412.
T.S. BREUSCH and A.R. PAGAN. The Lagrange multiplier test and its applications to model specification in econometrics. Review of Economic Studies, 47, 239-253, 1980.

411.
A.P. BARTEN. The economics of consumption. IHS-Journal, 4, 15-35, 1980.

410.
James K. HO and Etienne LOUTE. A comparative study of two methods for staircase linear programs. ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, 5(4), 17-30, 1979.

409.
Victor GINSBURGH and Jean WAELBROECK. Fixed-point algorithms for the computation of economic equilibria: an introduction. Economie Appliquée, 32(4), 581-610, 1979.

408.
W. GOCHET and Y. SMEERS. A modified reduced gradient method for a class of nondifferentiable problems. Mathematical Programming, 19, 137-154, 1980.

407.
Laurence A. WOLSEY. Heuristic analysis, linear programming and branch and bound. Mathematical Programming Study, 13, 121-134, 1980.

406.
F. COLE, W. GOCHET, F. VAN ASSCHE, J. ECKER and Y. SMEERS. Reversed geometric programming: a branch-and-bound method involving linear subproblems. European Journal of Operations Research, 5, 26-35, 1980.

405.
Louis PHLIPS. Intertemporal price discrimination and sticky prices. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 94, 525-542, 1980.

404.
J. Luis GUASCH and Andrew WEISS. Adverse selection by markets and the advantage of being late. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 94, 453-466, 1980.

403.
J.H. DREZE and J. GREENBERG. Hedonic coalitions: optimality and stability. Econometrica, 48(4), 987-1003, 1980.

402.
J. Luis GUASCH and Andrew WEISS. Wages as sorting mechanisms in competitive markets with asymmetric information: a theory of testing. Review of Economic Studies, 47, 653-664, 1980.

401.
Yves SMEERS. A mathematical programming framework for economy/energy models. In R. Kavanagh (ed.), Energy Systems Analysis. Proceedings of the International Conference held in Dublin, Ireland, 9-11 October 1979. D. Reidel Publishing Company, 508-521, 1980.

400.
Jean JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ and Jacques-François THISSE. Entry (and exit) in a differentiated industry. Journal of Economic Theory, 22(2), 327-338, 1980.

399.
Jacques H. DREZE. Demand estimation, risk-aversion and sticky prices. Economics Letters, 4, 1-6, 1979.

398.
Jean JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ. Théories de la concurrence imparfaite: illustrations récentes de thèmes anciens. Revue d'Economie Politique, 90(2), 109-124, 1980.

397.
Pierre DEHEZ. Employment and dividend po licy of the firm under risk. Review of Economic Studies, 47, 503-511, 1980.

396.
Jacques H. DREZE. Public goods with exclusion. Journal of Public Economics, 13, 5-24, 1980.

395.
Jean-François RICHARD and Hans TOMPA. On the evaluation of poly-t density functions. Journal of Econometrics, 12, 335-351, 1980.

394.
Claude d'ASPREMONT and Henry TULKENS. Commodity exchanges as gradient processes. Econometrica, 48(2), 387-399, 1980.

393.
Victor GINSBURGH, Asher TISHLER and Israel ZANG. Alternative estimation methods for two-regime models. European Economic Review, 13, 207-228, 1980.

392.
Jean-François RICHARD. Models with several regimes and changes in exogeneity. Review of Economic Studies, 47, 1-20, 1980.

391.
Louis PHLIPS and Pierre PIERAERTS. Substitution vs. addiction in the true index of real wages. The American Economic Review, 69(5), 977-982, 1979.

390.
Jacques H. DREZE. Human capital and risk-bearing. The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance, 12, 5-22, 1979.

389.
Jacques H. DREZE. Capital humain et répartition des risques. The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance, 12, 3-20, 1979.

388.
Yair TAUMAN. Value on the space of all scalar integrable games. In O. Moeschlin and D. Pallaschke (eds.), Game Theory and Related Topics. North-Holland Publishing Company, 107-115, 1979.

387.
Jacques H. DREZE. Salaires, emploi et durée du travail (suivi d'un échange avec Paul de GRAUWE). Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 45(1), 17-34; 109-132, 1979.

386.
Volker BÖHM and Pierre LEVINE. Temporary equilibria with quantity rationing. The Review of Economic Studies, 46(2), 361-377, 1979.

385.
Claude d'ASPREMONT, Jean JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ and Jacques-François THISSE. On Hotelling's "Stability in competition". Econometrica, 47(5), 1145-1150, 1979.

384.
P. LEVINE and J. Ch. POMEROL. Sufficient conditions for Kuhn-Tucker vectors in convex programming. SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization, 17(6), 689-699, 1979.

383.
Joseph GREENBERG and Heinz MÜLLER. Equilibria under price rigidities and externalities. In O. Moeschlin and D. Pallaschke (eds.), Game Theory and Related Topics. North-Holland Publishing Company, 291-300, 1979.

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Maurice MARCHAND et Pierre PESTIEAU. Tarification et anticipations divergentes. Annales de l'Economie Publique, Sociale et Coopérative (La tarification de l'électricité), 67(3), 111-136, 1979.

381.
Maurice MARCHAND et Henry TULKENS. Quel sens donner aux tarifs publics? Annales de l'Economie Publique, Sociale et Coopérative (La tarification de l'électricité), 67(3), 3-89, 1979.

380.
Robert P. PARKS. Comments on 'some effects of taxation and collective goods in postwar U.S.A.: a tentative appraisial'. Journal of Public Economics, 12, 263-265, 1979.

379.
Bengt HOLMSTROM. Moral hazard and observability. The Bell Journal of Economics, 10(1), 74-91, 1979.

378.
Hervé MOULIN. Two and three person games: a local study. International Journal of Game Theory, 8(2), 81-107, 1979.

377.
Michael O. BALL. Computing network reliability. Operations Research, 27(4), 823-838, 1979.

376.
M.L. FISCHER, G.L. NEMHAUSER and L.A. WOLSEY. An analysis of approximations for finding a maximum weight Hamiltonian circuit. Operations Research, 27(4), 799-809, 1979.

375.
Abraham NEYMAN and Yair TAUMAN. The partition value. Mathematics of Operations Research, 4(3), 236-264, 1979.

374.
Steven SLUTSKY. Equilibrium under alpha-majority voting. Econometrica, 47(5), 1113-1125, 1979.

373.
Françoise SCHOUMAKER. Incentives in planning with private goods. Review of Economic Studies, 46(2) (Symposium on Incentive Compatibility), 315-318, 1979.

372.
Claude HENRY. On the free rider problem in the M.D.P. procedure. Review of Economic Studies, 46(2) (Symposium on Incentive Compatibility), 293-303, 1979.

371.
John ROBERTS. Incentives in planning procedures for the provision of public goods. Review of Economic Studies, 46(2) (Symposium on Incentive Compatibility), 283-292, 1979.

370.
Jean JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ and Jacques-François THISSE. Price competition, quality and income disparities. Journal of Economic Theory, 20(3), 340-359, 1979.

369.
P. PIERAERTS et L. PHLIPS. Loisirs et salaires réels en Belgique. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 44(4), 325-339, 1978.

368.
Arthur T. DENZAU and Robert P. PARKS. Deriving public sector preferences. Journal of Public Economics, 11, 335-352, 1979.

367.
Pierre DEHEZ and Jean JASKOLD GABSZEWICZ. On disequilibrium savings and public consumption. Zeitschrift für Nationalkönomie, 39(1-2), 53-61, 1979.

366.
Frans SPINNEWYN. The cost of consumption and wealth in models with habit formation. Economics Letters, 2, 145-148, 1979.

365.
Victor GINSBURGH and Jean WAELBROECK. A note on the simultaneous stability of tâtonnement processes for computing equilibria. International Economic Review, 20(2), 367-380, 1979.

364.
Michael O. BALL and George L. NEMHAUSER. Matroids and a reliability analysis problem. Mathematics of Operations Research, 4(2), 132-143, 1979.

363.
Claude d'ASPREMONT and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. On Bayesian incentive compatible mechanisms. In J.J. Laffont (ed.), Aggregation and Revelation Preferences. North-Holland, 269-288, 1979.

362.
Henry TULKENS and Shmuel ZAMIR. Surplus-sharing local games in dynamic exchange processes. The Review of Economic Studies, 46(2), (Symposium on Incentive Compatibility), 305-313, 1979.

361.
Joseph GREENBERG, Benyamin SHITOVITZ and Andrzej WIECZOREK. Existence of equilibria in atomless production economies with price dependent preferences. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 6, 31-41, 1979.

360.
Claude d'ASPREMONT and Jacques H. DREZE. On the stability of dynamic processes in economic theory. Econometrica, 47(3), 733-737, 1979.

359.
Hervé MOULIN and Jean-Philippe VIAL. Strategically zero-sum games: the class of games whose completely mixed equilibria connot be improved upon. International Journal of Game Theory, 7(3/4), 201-221, 1978.

358.
Nicholas M. KIEFER and George R. NEUMANN. An empirical job-search model, with a test of the constant reservation-wage hypothesis. Journal of Political Economy, 87(1), 89-107, 1979.

357.
J.G. ECKER, W. GOCHET and Y. SMEERS. A modified reduced gradient method for dual posynomial programming. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, 26(2), 265-275, 1978.

356.
Heinz MÜLLER and Urs SCHWEIZER. Temporary equilibrium in a money economy. Journal of Economic Theory, 19(2), 267-286, 1978.

355.
J.G. ECKER and R.D. WIEBKING. Optimal design of a dry-type natural-draft cooling tower by geometric programming. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, 26(2), 305-323, 1978.

354.
Claude d'ASPREMONT and Louis-André GERARD-VARET. Incentives and incomplete information. Journal of Public Economics, 11, 25-45, 1979.

353.
Louis PHLIPS. The dynamics of marginal wage-cost subsidies. Economics Letters, 1, 169-172, 1978.

352.
Gabriella SALINETTI and Roger J.-B. WETS. On the convergence of sequences of convex sets in finite dimensions. SIAM Review, 21(1), 18-33, 1979.

351.
Henry TULKENS. An economic model of international negotiations relating to transfrontier pollution. In K. Krippendorff (ed.), Communication and Control in Society. Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, 199-212, 1979.

350.
Claude d'ASPREMONT and Louis GEVERS. Equity and the informational basis of collective choice. The Review of Economic Studies, 44(2), 199-209, 1977.

349.
Michael J. TODD. Solving the generalized market area problem. Management Science, 24(14), 1549-1554, 1978.

348.
Jean-François MERTENS, Ester SAMUEL-CAHN and Shmuel ZAMIR. Necessary and sufficient conditions for recurrence and transience of Markov chains, in terms of inequalities. Journal of Applied Probability, 15, 848-851, 1978.

347.
G. CARRIN, F. BOSSIER, M.M. BEN ALI and A. LAKHAL. Design of short-term econometric models for developing countries: the case of Tunisia. Sankhya: The Indian Journal of Statistics, Series C, 39(2), 3-28, 1977.

346.
Deepak K. MERCHANT and George L. NEMHAUSER. A model and an algorithm for the dynamic traffic assignment problems. Transportation Science, 12(3), 183-199, 1978.

345.
Deepak K. MERCHANT and George L. NEMHAUSER. Optimality conditions for a dynamic traffic assignment model. Transportation Science, 12(3), 200-207, 1978.

344.
R. SAIGAL and M.J. TODD. Efficient acceleration techniques for fixed point algorithms. SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis, 15(5), 997-1007, 1978.

343.
G.L. NEMHAUSER and L.A. WOLSEY. Best algorithms for approximating the maximum of a submodular set function. Mathematics of Operations Research, 3(3), 177-188, 1978.

342.
Louis PHLIPS. The demand for leisure and money. Econometrica, 46(5), 1025-1043, 1978.

341.
M.L. FISHER, G.L. NEMHAUSER and L.A. WOLSEY. An analysis of approximations for maximizing submodular set functions. Mathematical Programming Study, 8, 73-87, 1978.

340.
James K. HO. Pricing for sparsity in the revised simplex method. RAIRO Operations Research, 12(3), 285-290, 1978.

339.
Victor GINSBURGH. Predicting the outcome of the U.S. presidential elections. Political Methodology, 5(1), 69-86, 1978.

338.
Michael J. TODD. On the Jacobian of a function at a zero computed by a fixed point algorithm. Mathematics of Operations Research, 3(2), 126-132, 1978.

337.
J.G. ECKER, W. GOCHET and Y. SMEERS. Computational aspects of geometric programming. 3. Some primal and dual algorithms for posynomial and signomial geometric programs. Engineering Optimization, 3, 147-160, 1978.

336.
François V. LOUVEAUX. Piecewise convex programs. Mathematical Programming, 15, 53-62, 1978.

335.
Volker BÖHM. Disequililbrium dynamics in a simple macroeconomic model. Journal of Economic Theory, 17(2), 179-199, 1978.

334.
M.L. FISHER, G.L. NEMHAUSER and L.A. WOLSEY. An analysis of approximations for maximizing submodular set functions - 1. Mathematical Programming, 14, 265-294, 1978.

333.
Henry TULKENS. Dynamic processes for public goods. An institution-oriented survey. Journal of Public Economics, 9, 163-201, 1978.

332.
Jacques H. DREZE and Kare P. HAGEN. Choice of product quality: equilibrium and efficiency. Econometrica, 46(3), 493-513, 1978.

331.
Serge BOUTE et Victor GINSBURGH. Performances économiques et résultats des élections législatives en Belgique: une approche quantitiative. Recherches Economiques de Louvain, 43(4), 345-369, 1977.

330.
J. GREENBERG and B. SHITOVITZ. Advantageous monopolies. Journal of Economic Theory, 16(2), 394-402, 1977.

329.
Jean-Philippe VIAL and Israel ZANG. Unconstrained optimization by approximation of the gradient path. Mathematics of Operations Research, 2(3), 253-265, 1977.

328.
Laurence A. WOLSEY. Valid inequalities and superadditivity for 0-1 integer programs. Mathematics of Operations Research, 2(1), 66-77, 1977.

327.
Gérard CORNUEJOLS and George L. NEMHAUSER. Tight bounds for Christofides' traveling salesman heuristic. Mathematical Programming, 14, 116-121, 1978.

326.
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150.
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149.
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147.
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144.
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120.
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119.
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118.
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117.
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