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Diskussionspapiere 591 / 2006

Allocative Efficiency Measurement Revisited: Do We Really Need Input Prices?

The traditional approach to measuring allocative efficiency is based on input prices, which are rarely known at the firm level. This paper proposes a new approach to measure allocative efficiency which is based on the output-oriented distance to the frontier in a profit - technical efficiency space - and which does not require information on input prices. To validate the new approach, we perform a ...

2006| Oleg Badunenko, Michael Fritsch, Andreas Stephan
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Productivity Trends and Technological Change in Energy Intensive Industries in Brazil, India and South Korea

In: International Journal of Environment and Development 3 (2006), 1, S. 15-34 | Katja Schumacher, Joyashree Roy, Jayant Sathaye, Tae Y Jung, Hoesung Lee
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How to Reduce Conflicts over International Antitrust?

In: Stefan Voigt, Max Albert, Dieter Schmidtchen (Eds.) , International Conflict Resolution
Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck
S. 307-338
| Justus Haucap, Florian Müller, Christian Wey
Monographien

Promotion of Biotechnology Clusters and Innovation Networks: Strengthening and Developing Innovation Networks and Clusters in Russian Federation ; Strategy Paper

Moscow: TACIS IBPP Key Institutions, 2006, 81 S. | Kurt Hornschild, Silke Stahl-Rolf, Hartmut Strese
Monographien

Regional Disparities in the European Union: Convergence and Agglomeration

Economic disparities between the regions of the European Union are of constant concern both for policy and economic research. In this paper we examine whether there are overlapping trends of regional development in the EU: overall convergence on the one hand and persistent or even increasing spatial concentration (agglomeration) on the other. Kernel density estimation, Markov chain analysis and cross-sectional ...

Frankfurt/Oder: Univ., 2005, 29 S.
(The Postgraduate Research Programme Working Paper Series / Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Graduiertenkolleg "Kapitalmärkte und Finanzwirtschaft im erweiterten Europa" ; 2005,4)
| Kurt Geppert, Michael Happich, Andreas Stephan
Research Notes 2 / 2005

How to Reduce Conflicts over International Antitrust?

2005| Justus Haucap, Florian Müller, Christian Wey
Diskussionspapiere 523 / 2005

Hypermarket Competition and the Diffusion of Retail Checkout Barcode Scanning

This paper presents a set of panel data to study the diffusion of retail checkout barcode scanning in ten European countries over the period 1981-1996. Estimates from a standard diffusion model suggest that countries differ most in the long-run diffusion level of barcode scanning and less in timing or diffusion speed. We present evidence that the emergence of hypermarkets raises competitive intensity ...

2005| Jonathan Beck, Michal Grajek, Christian Wey
Diskussionspapiere 525 / 2005

Regional Disparities in the European Union: Convergence and Agglomeration

Economic disparities between the regions of the European Union are of constant concern both for policy and economic research. In this paper we examine whether there are overlapping trends of regional development in the EU: overall convergence on the one hand and persistent or even increasing spatial concentration (agglomeration) on the other. Kernel density estimation, Markov chain analysis and cross-sectional ...

2005| Kurt Geppert, Michael Happich, Andreas Stephan
Diskussionspapiere 496 / 2005

Tariffs and Firm-Level Heterogeneous Fixed Export Costs

Recent literature on the workhorse model of intra-industry trade has explored heterogeneous cost structures at the firm level. These approaches have proven to add realism and predictive power. This note shows, however, that this added realism also implies that there may exist a positive bilateral tariff that maximizes national and world welfare. Applying one of the simplest specifications possible, ...

2005| Jan G. Jorgensen, Philipp J. H. Schröder
Diskussionspapiere 423 / 2004

The Incentives for Takeover in Oligopoly

We present a model of takeover where the target optimally sets its reserve price. Under relatively standard symmetry restrictions, we obtain a unique equilibrium. The probability of takeover is only a function of the number of .rms and of the insiders. share of total industry gains due to the increase in concentration. Our main application is to the linear Cournot and Bertrand models. A takeover is ...

2004| Roman Inderst, Christian Wey
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