NYU Stern

Working Papers

2003

 Antitrust during the Clinton Administration: An Assessment, by Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-03-01, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.
 


The "Efficient Component Pricing Rule" (ECPR): A Generally Inefficient Solution to the Access Problem, by Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-03-02, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


What Constitutes Appropriate Disclosure for a Financial Conglomerate?, by Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-03-03, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.
 


The New Economy and Banks and Financial Institutions, by Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-03-04, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Network Issues in Freight Railroads, by Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-03-05, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


The Savings and Loan Debacle: A Perspective from the Early Twenty-First Century, by Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-03-06, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Should Governments Compete for Foreign Direct Investment?, by Barbara G. Katz and Joel Owen, Working Paper EC-03-07, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U., ESSEC Business School forthcoming in the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization


Standards Coalitions Formation and Market Structure in Network Securities, by Nicholas Economides and Andrzej Skrzypacz, Working Paper EC-03-08, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U., Graduate School of Business, Stanford University


Competition Policy In Network Industries:An Introduction, By Nicholas Economides, Working Paper EC-03-09, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Distinguishing Between Heterogeneity and Inefficiency: Stochastic Frontier Analysis of the World Health Organization’s Panel Data on National Health Care Systems, By William Greene, Working Paper EC-03-10, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


From Thought to Practice: Appropriation and Endogenous Market Structure with Imperfect Intellectual Property Rights, by Mariagiovanna Baccara andRonny Razin, Working Paper EC-03-11, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Pricing of Complementary Goods and Network Effects, byNicholas Economides and Brian Viard, Working Paper EC-03-12, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Aggregate Concentration in the Global Economy: Issues and Evidence, by Lawrence White, Working Paper EC-03-13, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.
 


Going Critical: American Power and the Consequences of Fiscal Overstretch, by Niall Ferguson and Laurence Kotlikoff, Working Paper EC-03-14, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U, Boston University


Managing Digital Piracy: Pricing, Protection and Welfare, by Arun Sundararajan, Working Paper EC-03-15, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.
 


Nonlinear Pricing of Information Goods, by Arun Sundararajan, Working Paper EC-03-16, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Network Effects, Nonlinear Pricing and Entry Deterrence, by Arun Sundararajan, Working Paper EC-03-17, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.
 


A Parimutuel Market Microstructure for Contingent Claims, Nicholas Economides, Working Paper EC-03-18, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.
 


Interpreting Estimated Parameters and Measuring Individual Heterogeneity in Random Coefficient Models, by William Greene, Working Paper EC-03-19, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Media Frenzies in Markets for Financial Information, by Laura Veldkamp, Working Paper EC-03-20, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Learning Asymmetries in Real Business Cycles, by Laura Veldkamp, Working Paper EC-03-21, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Telecommunications Regulation: An Introduction, by Nicholas Economides, Working Paper EC-03-22, Stern School of Business, N.Y.


Measuring the Value of Strategic Alliances in the Wake of a Financial Implosion: Evidence from Japan's Financial Services Sector, by Lawrence White and Ingyu Chiou, Working Paper EC-03-23, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U., Eastern Illinois University


Conflicts of Interest and Market Discipline Among Financial Services Firms, by Ingo Walter, Working Paper EC-03-24, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.
An Equilibrium Approach to International Merger Policy, by Luis M. B. Cabral, Working Paper EC-03-25, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.
Market Definition and the Identification of Market Power in Monopolization Cases: A Critique and a Proposal, Lawrence White and Philip B. Nelson, Working Paper EC-03-26, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U., Economists Incorporated Washington, D.C.