NYU Stern

Working Papers

2006


Horizontal Merger Antitrust Enforcement: Some Historical Perspectives, Some Current Observations, by Lawrence White, Working Paper EC-06-01, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Crime and Uncertain Punishment, by Barbara G. Katz and Joel Owen, Working Paper EC-06-02, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.
Market Definition and Market Power in Payment Card Networks: Some Comments and Considerations, by Lawrence White, Working Paper EC-06-03, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.
Multinationals Do It Better: Evidence on the Efficiency of Corporations’ Capital Budgeting, by William H. Greene, Abigail S. Hornstein, Lawrence J. White, and Bernard Y. Yeung, Working Paper EC-06-04, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

An Economic Model for the Incentive/Access Paradigm of Copyright Propertization: An Argument In Support of the Proposed New 514 to the Copyright Act, by Sami Valkonen and Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-06-05, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

The Residential Real Estate Brokerage Industry: What Would More Vigorous Competition Look Like? by Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-06-06, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

How to Organize Crime, by Heski Bar-Isaac and Mariagiovanna Baccara, Working Paper EC-06-07, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Diversity and demand externalities: How cheap information can reduce welfare, by Heski Bar-Isaac with Guillermo Caruana and Vicente Cunat, Working Paper EC-06-08, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Are Sunk Costs A Barrier To Entry?, by Luis M. B. Cabral and Thomas Ross, Working Paper EC-06-09, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

A General Approach to Incorporating Selectivity in a Model, by William Greene, Working Paper EC-06-10, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and Housing: Good Intentions Gone Awry, by Lawrence White, Working Paper EC-06-11, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Aggregate Shocks or Aggregate Information? Costly Information and Business Cycle Comovement, by Laura Veldkamp and Justin Wolfers, Working Paper EC-06-12, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Income Dispersion and Counter-Cyclical Markups, by Laura Veldkamp and Chris Edmond, Working Paper EC-06-13, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Knowing What Others Know: Coordination Motives in Information Acquisition, by Laura Veldkamp and Christian Hellwig, Working Paper EC-06-14, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

What is happening to the impact of financial deepening on economic growth?, by Paul Wachtel and Peter L. Rousseau, Working Paper EC-06-15, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Institutions and Bank Behavior, by Paul Wachtel and Rainer Haselmann, Working Paper EC-06-16, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Public Policy in Network Industries, by Nicholas Economides, Working Paper EC-06-17, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

The Fishery as a Watery Commons: Lessons from the Experiences of Other Public Policy Areas for US Fisheries Policy, by Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-06-18, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

 

A New Law for the Bond Rating Industry--For Better Or For Worse?, by Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-06-19, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Understanding the Old and New Bretton Woods, by Paul Wachtel, Working Paper EC-06-20, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

The Farm, the City, and the Emergence of Social Security, by Thomas F. Cooley, Elizabeth M. Caucutt, and Nezih Guner, Working Paper EC-06-21, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Properties of Scoring Auctions, by John Asker and Estelle Cantillon, Working Paper EC-06-22, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Sharing Investment Bankers, by John Asker, Working Paper EC-06-23, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Procurement When Price and Quality Matter, by John Asker and Estelle Cantillon, Working Paper EC-06-24, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Demand Fluctuations and Plant Turnover in the Ready-Mix Concrete Industry, by Allan Collard-Wexler, Working Paper EC-06-25, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Panel Data Reduces Bias in Entry Models, by Allan Collard-Wexler, Working Paper EC-06-26, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Reputational Risk and Conflicts of Interest in Banking and Finance: The Evidence So Far, by Ingo Walter, Working Paper EC-06-27, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Do Financial Conglomerates Create or Destroy Economic Value?, by Ingo Walter and Markus M. Schmid, Working Paper EC-06-28, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

The Asset Management Industry in Asia: Dynamics of Growth, Structure, and Performance, by Ingo Walter and Elif Sisli, Working Paper EC-06-29, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Innovation in International Law and Global Finance: Estimating the Financial Impact of the Cape Town Convention, by Ingo Walter, Anthony Saunders, and Anand Srinivasan, Working Paper EC-06-30, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

Does Microfinance Form a Distinctive Asset Class? Preliminary Evidence, by Ingo Walter and Nicolas Krauss, Working Paper EC-06-31, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.

The Dynamics of Seller Reputation: Evidence from eBay, by Luis Cabral and Ali Hortacsu, Working Paper EC-06-32, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.