NYU Stern

Working Papers

2001

Fixed and Random Effects in Nonlinear Models by William Greene, Working Paper EC-01-01, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


The Credit Rating Industry: An Industrial Organization Analysis by Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-01-02, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Why Do CEO's Reciprocally Sit On Each Other's Boards? by Eliezer M. Fitch and Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-01-03, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Multiproduct Oligopoly and Bertrand Supertraps by Luis M. B. Cabral, Working Paper EC-01-04, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Horizontal Mergers With Free-Entry: Why Cost Efficiencies May Be a Weak Defense and Asset Sales a Poor Remedy by Luis M. B. Cabral, Working Paper EC-01-05, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Optimal Brand Umbrella Size by Luis M. B. Cabral, Working Paper EC-01-06, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


The Effects of Dynamic Changes in Bank Competition on the Supply of Small Business Credit by Allen N.Berger, Lawrence G. Goldberg and Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-01-07, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


The Diffusion of Financial Innovations: An Examination of the Adoption of Small Business Credit Scoring By Large Banking Organizations by Jalal Akhavein, W. Scott Frame and Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-01-08, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Voucher Privatization : A Detour on the Road to Transition? by Barbara Katz and Joel Owen, Working Paper EC-01-09, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U. subsequently published in The Economics of Transition, Vol. 10, No.3, (November 2002), pp. 553-583


Estimating Econometric Models With Fixed Effects by William Greene, Working Paper EC-01-10, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Financial Globalization and Real Regionalization by Jonathan Heathcote and Fabrizio Perri, Working Paper EC-01-11, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Business Cycles in Emerging Economies:The Role of Interest Rates by Pablo A. Neumeyer and Fabrizio Perri, Working Paper EC-01-12, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


A Parimutuel Market Microstructure for Contingent Claims Trading By Jeffrey Lange and Nicholas Economides, Working Paper EC-01-13, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.