The Economic Theory and Experiments Unit is jointly operated by the Department of Economics and the Melbourne Business School at the University of Melbourne.
The objectives of the Unit are:
- to promote research of the highest standard in all areas of economic theory
- to be a focus within Australia for research in economic theory
- to facilitate both national and international affiliations and research linkages
- to facilitate the training of research students, and the exchange of doctoral and postdoctoral students
- to be a focus for external research funding
- to run conferences, workshops and advanced short courses for research students
- to publish occasional monographs and proceedings.
The Department of Economics at the University of Melbourne provides office space, and day to day administrative support for the program and the Director. Otherwise the Unit is entirely self funded, through external funds brought in by its members, and it has operated without any direct financial support from the University. The Unit acknowledges the assistance of the Australian Research Council, through its Discovery and Linkage Programs, for support to research projects undertaken within the Unit, and for support to its academic programs.
Membership in the Unit is open to any member of the Department of Economics (or any other Department of the University of Melbourne or of the Melbourne Business School) with a research interest in Economic Theory. Associate membership is open to members of other Universities or research institutions.
The Director of the Unit is appointed, from among its members, by the Head of the Department of Economics. The Director may be assisted by one or more Associate Directors.
The ETEU encourages a wide range of research, from pure theory through to applied theory and experimental economics. Since one of the objectives of the Unit is to encourage collaboration between theorists and researchers with complementary skills, we have not attempted in this bibliography to distinguish between pure theory and applied theory.
Publications 2013 to 2020
The following bibliography consists of published papers listed in Econlit with the affiliation University of Melbourne, where at least one of the authors is an EEUC associate.
Balbuzanov, I. Short trading cycles: Paired kidney exchange with strict ordinal preferences. Mathematical Social Sciences, 104:78-87.
Loertscher, S., Marx, L. 2020. A Dominant-Strategy Asset Market Mechanism. Games and Economic Behavior, 120:1-15.
Loertscher, S., Marx, L., Asymptotically optimal prior-free clock auctions. Journal of Economic Theory, 187.
Loertscher, S., Niedermayer, A. 2020. Entry-Deterring Agency. Games and Economic Behavior, 119:172-188.
Roberto, R. 2020. Pathwise smooth splittable congestion games and inefficiency. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 86:15-23.
Balbuzanov, I. 2019. Lies and consequences: The effect of lie detection on communication outcomes. International Journal of Game Theory, 48 (4): 1203-1240.
Balbuzanov, I., Kotowski, M. 2019. Endowments, Exclusion, and Exchange. Econometrica, 87(5): 1663-1692.
Bardsley, P., Meager, R. 2019. Competing lending platforms, endogeneous reputation, and fragility in microcredit markets. European Economic Review, 112:107-126.
Delacretaz, D., Loertscher, S., Marx, L.M., Wilkening, T. 2019. Two-sided allocation problems, decomposability, and the impossibility of efficient trade. Journal of Economic Theory, 179(1): 416-454.
Kannai, Y., Raimondo, R. 2019. The Role of (Quasi) Analyticity in Establishing Completeness of Financial Markets Equilibria. In Walter Trockel (eds.): Chapter 11 Social Design Essays in Memory of Leonid Hurwicz (Studies in Economic Design) Springer-Verlag Nature AG.
Loertscher, S., Mezzetti, C. 2019. The deficit on each trade in a Vickrey double auction is at least as large as the Walrasian price gap. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 84:101-106.
Loertscher, S., Riordan, M.H. 2019. Make and Buy: Outsourcing, Vertical Integration, and Cost Reduction. American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 11(1):105-23.
Loertscher, S., Wasser, C. 2019. Optimal Structure and Dissolution of Partnerships. Theoretical Economics, 14(3):1063–1114.
Loertscher, S., Marx, LM. 2019. Merger Review for Markets with Buyer Power. Journal of Political Economy, 127(6).
Loertscher, S., Marx, LM. 2019. Mix-and-Match Divestitures and Merger Harm. Japanese Economic Review, 70 (3):346-366.
Miller, J., Sanjurjo A. 2019. A Bridge from Monty Hall to the Hot Hand: Restricted Choice, Selection Bias, and Empirical Practice. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 33(3):144–162.
Pan, S. 2019. The instability of matching with overconfident agents. Games and Economic Behavior, 113 (1): 396-415.
Erkal, N., Gangadharan, L., Han Koh, B. 2018. Monetary and Non-Monetary Incentives in Real-effort Tournaments. European Economic Review, 101:528-545.
Kopylov, I., Miller, J. 2018. Subjective Beliefs and Confidence When Facts are Forgotten. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 57(3):281–299.
Miller, J., Sanjurjo, A. 2018. Surprised by the Hot Hand Fallacy? A Truth in the Law of Small Numbers. Econometrica, 86(6):2019–2047.
Pan, S. 2018. Exploding offers and unravelling in two-sided matching markets. International Journal of Game Theory, 47(1).
Gong, Q., Pan, S., Yang, H. 2018. Targeted Advertising on Competing Platforms. The BE. Journal of Theoretical Economics.
Recalde, M., Riedl, A., Vesterlund, L. 2018. Error-prone inference from response time: The case of intuitive generosity in public-good games.Journal of Public Economics, 160.
Raimondo, R. 2018. Compact operators with BMO symbols on multiply-connected domains. Acta Scientiarum Mathematicarum, 84(3):643-658.
Naimzada, A.K., Roberto, R. 2018.Chaotic congestion games.Applied Mathematics and Computation, 321:333-348.
Naimzada, A.K., Roberto, R. 2018. Heterogeneity and chaos in congestion games. Applied Mathematics and Computation, 335:278-291.
Burfurd, I., Wilkening, T. 2018. Experimental guidance for eliciting beliefs with the Stochastic Becker-DeGroot-Marschak mechanism. Journal of the Economic Science Association, 4(1).
Aghion, P., Fehr, E., Holden, R., Wilkening, T. 2018. The Role of Bounded Rationality and Imperfect Information in Subgame Perfect Implementation-An Empirical Investigation. Journal of the European Economic Association, 16 (1):232-274.
Xiao, J. 2018. All-pay contests with performance spillovers. Mathematical Social Sciences, 92.
Xiao, J. 2018. Equilibrium analysis of the all-pay contest with two nonidentical prizes: Complete results. Journal of Mathematical Economics, 74.
Xiao, J. 2018. Bargaining orders in a multi-person bargaining game. Games and Economic Behavior, 107 (C):364-379.
Loertscher, S. and Marx, L. 2017. Club Good Intermediaries. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 50:430-459.
Loertscher, S., Muir, E. and Taylor, P. 2017. A general noncentral hypergeometric distribution. Communications in Statistics – Theoryand Methods, 46(9):4579-4598.
Butler, J., Miller, J. 2017. Social Risk and the Dimensionality of Intentions. Management Science, 64(6):2787–2796.
Wilkening, T. 2017. Information and the persistence of private-order contract enforcement institutions: An experimental analysis. European Economic Review, 89:193-215.
Aghion, P., Fehr, E., Holden, R. and Wilkening, T. 2017. The Role of Bounded Rationality and Imperfect Information in Subgame Perfect Implementation – An Empirical Investigation. Journal of the European Economic Association, 16(1):232-274.
Balbuzanov I. 2016. Convex strategyproofness with an application to the probabilistic serial mechanism. Social Choice and Welfare, 42(3):511-520.
Donazzan M., Erkal N. and Koh B.H. 2016. Impact of Rebates and Refunds on Contributions to Threshold Public Goods: Evidence from a Field Experiment. Southern Economic Journal, 83(1):69-86.
Cheong L., Bleisch S., Kealy A., Tolhurst K., Wilkening T., Duckham M. 2016. Evaluating the Impact of Visualization of Wildfire Hazard Upon Decision-Making Uncertainty. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 30(7):1377-1404.
Xiao J. 2016. Asymmetric All-Pay Contests with Heterogeneous Prizes. Journal of Economic Theory, 163:178-221.
Artemov G. 2015. Time and Nash implementation. Games and Economic Behavior, 91:229-236.
Baron J., Cobb-Clark D. and Erkal N. 2015. Welfare Receipt and the Intergenerational Transmission of Work-Welfare Norms. Southern Economic Journal, 82(1):208-234.
Cameron L., Erkal N., Gangadharan L. and Zhang M. 2015. Cultural Integration: Experimental Evidence of Convergence in Immigrants’ Preferences. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 111:38-58.
Loertscher S., Marx L. and Wilkening T. 2015. A long way coming: Designing centralized markets with privately informed buyers and sellers. Journal of Economic Literature, 53(4):857-897.
Abhishek V, Hajek B. and Williams S.R. 2015. On Bidding with Securities: Risk Aversion and Positive Dependence. Games and Economic Behavior, 90:66-80.
Aghion P., Fehr H., Holden R., Wilkening T. 2015. The Role of Bounded Rationality and Imperfect Information in Subgame Perfect Implementation – An Empirical investigation. Journal of the European Economic Association, CESifo Working Paper Series 5300, CESifo Group Munich.
de Fontenay, C. 2014. Bilateral Bargaining with Externalities”, C. de Fontenay, Journal of Industrial Economics.
Erkal, N and Minehart, D. 2014. Optimal Technology Sharing Strategies in Dynamic Games of R&D, N. Erkal and D. Minehart, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 23(1):149-177.
Loertscher, S and Marx, L. 2014. Economics and the efficient allocation of spectrum licenses, in: Mechanisms and Games for Dynamic Spectrum Access, edited by T. Alpcan, H. Boche, M.L. Honig and H.V. Poor, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 553-578.
Hodler, R, Loertscher, S and Rohner, D. 2014. Persuasion, Binary Choice, and the Costs of Dishonesty” Economics Letters.
Loertscher, S and Reisinger, M. 2014. Market structure and the competitive effects of vertical integration” RAND Journal of Economics.
Loertscher, S and Marx, L. 2014. A Tractable Oligopoly Model for Analyzing and Evaluating (Re)- Assignments of Spectrum Licenses”, S. Loertscher and L. Marx, Review of Industrial Organization.
Chillemi, O and Mezzetti, C. 2014. Optimal Procurement Mechanisms: Bidding on Price and Damages for Breach” O. Chillemi and C. Mezzetti, Economic Theory, 55(2):335-355.
Artemov G. 2013. An impossibility result for virtual implementation with status quo Economics Letters, 122(3):380-385.
Artemov G, Kunimoto T and Serrano R. 2013. Robust virtual implementation: Toward a reinterpretation of the Wilson doctrine Robust Journal of Economic Theory, 148(2):424-447.
Bardsley P, Erkal N, Nikiforakis N, and Wilkening T. 2013. Recursive contracts, firm longevity, and rat races: An experimental analysis, European Economic Review, 61(C):217-231.
Bardsley P and Burfurd I. 2013. Auctioning Contracts for Environmental Services” Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 57(2):253-272.
Gurdal, M.Y., Miller, J., Rustichini, A. 2013. Why Blame?Journal of Political Economy, 121(6):1205–1247.
Kannai, Y., Raimondo, R. 2013. Quasi-analytic solutions of linear parabolic equations. Journal d’Analyse Mathématique, 119(1):115-145.
Mirrlees, J., Raimondo, R. 2013. Strategies in the principal-agent model. Economic Theory, 53(3):605-656.
Fehr E, Herz H, and Wilkening T. 2013. The Lure of Authority: Motivation and Incentive Effects of Power American Economic Review, 103(4):1325-59.
Publications 1996 to 2012
- 2012 Publications
Artemov G, Feldmann SE & Loertscher SM. 2012. Matching and Economic Design. Australian Economic Review. 45 (1): 134-141.
Deck C & Erkal NE. 2012. An experimental analysis of dynamic incentives to share knowledge - FORTHCOMING Economic Inquiry.
Deck C & Nikiforakis N. 2012. Perfect and imperfect real-time monitoring in a minimum-effort game. Experimental Economics. 15 (1) : 71-88.
Hodler R & Yektas H. 2012. All-Pay War. Games and Economic Behavior. 74 (2) : 526-540.
Raimondo R. 2012. Toeplitz Operators with Essentially Radial Symbols. International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences. 2012 : 1-14.
- 2011 Publications
Cason TN, Gangadharan L & Nikiforakis N. 2011. Can Real-Effort Investments Inhibit the Convergence of Experimental Markets? International Journal of Industrial Organization. 29: 97-103.
Deck C & Erkal NE. 2011. an experimental analysis of dynamic incentives to share knowledge - FORTHCOMING. Economic Inquiry.
Erkal N, Gangadharan L & Nikiforakis N. 2011. Relative Earnings and Giving in a Real Effort Experiment - FORTHCOMING. American Economic Review.
Julien B, Kennes J & King I. 2011. Implementing the Mortensen Rule in a Frictional Labor Market. Journal of Macroeconomics. 33: 80-91.
King I. 2011. Introduction to special issue: Macroeconomics with frictions. Journal of Macroeconomics. 33: 1-3.
Loertscher SM. 2011. Sequential Location Games, webappendix - FORTHCOMING. Rand Journal of Economics.
Loertscher SM & Schneider Y. 2011. Chain Stores, Consumer Mobility, and Market Structure. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics. 167 (2): 236-246.
Mezzetti C. 2011. Sequential Auctions with Information Externalities and Aversion to Price Risk: Decreasing and Increasing Price Sequences FORTHCOMING. The Economic Journal.
Mezzetti C, Baker S & Lee PY. 2011. Intellectual Property Disclosure as Threat. International Journal of Economic Theory. 7 (2011): 21-38.
Nikiforakis N & Engelmann D. 2011. Altruistic punishment and the threat of feuds - FORTHCOMING. Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization.
- 2010 Publications
Anderson S, Loertscher S & Schneider Y. 2010. The ABC of complementary products mergers. Economics Letters. 106: 212-215.
Bhattacharyya & Hodler R. 2010. Natural resources, democracy and corruption. European Economic Review. 54 (4): 608-621.
De Fontenay C, Gans J & Groves V. 2010. Exclusivity, competition and the irrelevance of internal investment. International Journal of Industrial Organization. 28: 336-340.
Erkal N. 2010. Hotelling’s Model of Spatial Competition. In Blaug M & Lloyd P (eds), Famous Figures and Diagrams in Economics. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. .
Erkal N & Piccinin D. 2010. Cooperative R&D under Uncertainty with Free Entry. International Journal of Industrial Organization. 28 (1): 74-85.
Erkal N & Piccinin D. 2010. Welfare-Reducing Mergers in Differentiated Oligoplies with Free Entry. The Economic Record. 86 (273): 178-184.
Gans JSG. 2010. Economic Approaches to Understanding and Promoting Innovation. Creativity and Innovation in Business and Beyond. New York, United States: Routledge, pp. 82-104.
Gans JSG. 2010. When is Static Analysis a Proxy for Dynamic Considerations? Reconsidering Antitrust and Innovation. Innovation Policy and the Economy. Cambridge, United States: MIT Press, pp. .
Gans JSG & Athey . 2010. The Impact of Targeting on Advertising Markets and Media Competition. American Economic Review. 100 (2): 608-613.
Gans JSG & Stern . 2010. Is There a Market for Ideas? Industrial and Corporate Change. 19 (3): 805-837.
Hodler R, Loertscher S & Rohner D. 2010. Inefficient policies and incumbency advantage. Journal of Public Economics. 94: 761-767.
Nikiforakis N. 2010. Experimental Economics. Australian Economic Review. 43 (3): 337-345.
Nikiforakis N. 2010. Feedback, Punishment and Cooperation in Public Good Experiments. Games and Economic Behavior. 68 (2): 689-702.
Nikiforakis N, Normann H & Wallace B. 2010. Asymmetric Enforcement of Cooperation in a Social Dilemma. Southern Economic Journal. 76: 638-659.
- 2009 Publications
Alatas , Cameron L, Chaudhuri , Erkal N & Gangadharan L. 2009. Gender and Corruption: Insights from an Experimental Analysis. Southern Economic Journal. 75 (3): 663-680.
Alatas , Cameron L, Chaudhuri , Erkal N & Gangadharan L. 2009. Subject Pool Effects in a Corruption Experiment: A Comparison of Indonesian Public Servants and Indonesian Students. Experimental Economics. 12 (1): 113-132.
Cameron L, Chaudhuri , Erkal N & Gangadharan L. 2009. Propensities to engage in and punish corrupt behavior: Experimental evidence from Australia, India, Indonesia and Singapore. Journal of Public Economics. 93 (7-8): 843-851.
Gans J. 2009. Parentonomics: An Economist Dad Looks at Parenting. Cambridge, United States: MIT Press.
Gans J. 2009. Using Markets in Innovation Policy. Australian Economic Review. 42 (1): 88-95.
Gans J & Leigh A. 2009. Born on the first of July: An (un)natural experiment in birth timing. Journal of Public Economics. 93 (1-2): 246-263.
Gans JSG. 2009. A Dearth of Exit Strategies. MIT Sloan Management Review. 50 (3): 19-20.
Gans JSG. 2009. The Millennium Bub. Applied Economics Letters. 16 (14): 1467-1470.
Gangadharan L & Nikiforakis N. 2009. Does the size of the action set matter for cooperation?
Economics Letters. 104 (3): 115-117.
Hodler R. 2009. Industrial policy in an imperfect world. Journal of Development Economics. 90 (1): 85-93.
Hodler R. 2009. Redistribution and Inequality in a Heterogeneous Society. Economica. 76 (304): 704-718.
Julien , Kennes , King I & Mangin S. 2009. Directed Search, Unemployment and Public Policy. Canadian Journal of Economics. 42 (3): 956-983.
Mezzetti C, Ramchurn SD, Giovannucci A, Rodriguez JA, Dash RK, Jennings NR. 2009. Trust-Based Mechanisms for Robust and Efficient Task Allocation in the Presence of Execution Uncertainty. Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research. 35: 119-159.
Mezzetti C & Tsetlin I. 2009. Auctions in which Losers Set the Price. Games and Economic Behavior. 66: 855–86.
- 2008 Publications
Anderson R & Raimondo R. 2008. Equilibrium in Continuous-Time Financial Markets: Endogenously Dynamically Complete Markets. Econometrica. 76 (4): 841 - 907.
Artemov G. 2008. Matching and price competition: would personalized prices help? International Journal of Game Theory. 36 (3): 321 - 331.
Berentsen A, Bruegger E & Loertscher S. 2008. Learning, public good provision, and the information trap. Journal of Public Economics. 92 (5-6): 998 - 1010.
Berentsen A, Bruegger E & Loertscher S. 2008. On Cheating, Doping and Whistleblowing. European Journal of Political Economy. 24 (2): 415 - 436.
Chen W, Engineer M & King I. 2008. Choosing Longevity with Overlapping Generations: To Be or Not to Be in Diamond's Model. BE Journal of Macroeconomics. 8 (1): 1 - 37.
De Fontenay C. 2008. The economics of crime: The case of Argentina. The Melbourne Review. 70-75 (4): 1-1.
De Fontenay C & Gans J. 2008. A bargaining perspective on strategic outsourcing and supply
competition . Strategic Management Journal. 29 (8): 819-840.
Engineer M, King I & Roy N. 2008. The Human Development Index as a Criterion for Optimal Planning. Indian Growth and Development Review. 1 (2): 172-192.
Erkal N & Scotchmer S. 2008. Scarcity of Ideas and Options to Invest in R&D. In Spulber DF(ed ), Research Symposium on the Economics and Law of the Entrepreneur. 1-40. Chicago, IL, United States: Searle Center on Law, Regulation, and Economic Growth.
Gans J. 2008. The delicate balance on parental leave. The Melbourne Review. 47-55 (4): 2-2.
Gans J, Hsu D & Stern S. 2008. The Impact of Uncertain Intellectual Property Rights on the Market for Ideas: Evidence from Patent Grant Delays. Management Science. 54 (5): 982-997.
Gans JS. 2008. Parentonomics: an economist dad's parenting experiences. Sydney, Australia: University of New South Wales Press.
Gans J. 2008. The 2020 Summit: 'The Productivity Agenda'. Agenda - A Journal of Policy Analysis and Reform. 15 (2): 13-14.
Gans J & King S. 2008. Where to next on credit card reforms. The Melbourne Review. 42-48 (4): 1-1.
Herger N, Hodler R & Lobsiger M. 2008. What Determines Financial Development? Culture,
Institutions, or Trade. Review of World Economics. 144 (3): 558 - 587.
Hodler R. 2008. For the Student: Political Economics. Australian Economic Review. 41 (3): 330-335.
Hodler R. 2008. Leisure and Redistribution. European Journal of Political Economy. 24 (2): 354 - 363.
Hodler R. 2008. Specialization and Welfare in the Presence of Imperfectly Integrated Capital Markets and Learning-by-Doing. Open Economies Review. 19 (3): 391 - 402.
King I. 2008. A Conversation with Robert E Lucas, Jr, Nobel Laureate in Economics, 1995. New Zealand Economic Papers. 42 (1): 1-16.
King I. 2008. An Interview with Robert E. Lucas Jr. Insights: Melbourne Economics and Commerce. 4: 23-25.
Julien D, Kennes J & King I. 2008. Bidding for Money. Journal of Economic Theory. 142 (1): 196 - 217.
Loertscher S. 2008. Market Making Oligopoly. Journal of Industrial Economics. LVI (2): 263-289.
Loertscher S. 2008. Vertical mergers that eliminate double mark-ups are pro-competitive. Economics Bulletin. 4 (22): 1 - 6.
Loertscher S & Muehlheusser G. 2008. Global and local players in a model of spatial competition. Economics Letters. 98 (1): 100-106.
Mezzetti C, Pekec A & Tsetlin I. 2008. Sequential vs. Single-Round Uniform-Price Auctions. Games and Economic Behavior. 62 (2): 591-609.
Mezzetti C & Tsetlin I. 2008. On the Lowest-Winning-Bid and the Highest-Losing-Bid Auctions. Journal of Mathematical Economics. 44: 1040-48.
Nikiforakis N. 2008. Punishment and Counter-Punishment in Public Goods Experiments: Can We Really Govern Ourselves? Journal of Public Economics. 92: 91 - 112.
Nikiforakis N & Normann H. 2008. A Comparative Statics Analysis of Punishment in Public Goods Experiments. Experimental Economics. 11: 358 - 369.
Penalva J & Ryall M. 2008. Empirical Implications of Information Structure in Finite Extensive Form Games. The BE Journal in Theoretical Economics. 8 (1): Article 2-Article 2.
Raimondo R. 2008. Schatten-von Neumann Hankel Operators on the Bergman Space of Planar Domains. Integral Equations and Operator Theory. 57 (3): 425 - 449.
- 2007 Publications
Bertelli A & Feldmann S. 2007. Strategic Appointments. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. 17 (1): 1-18.
Erkal N. 2007. Buyer-Supplier Interaction, Asset Specificity, and Product Choice. International 25 (5): 988-1010.
Gans JS. 2007. Access Pricing and Infrastructure Investment. In Dewenter R & Haucap J (eds), Access Pricing: Theory and Practice. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Elsevier Science, pp. 41-63.
Gans J. 2007. Do Voluntary Carbon Offsets Work? The Economists' Voice. 4 (4): Article 7-Article 7.
Gans J. 2007. Looking local on broadband. Public Policy. 2 (1): 10-24.
Gans JS. 2007. Vertical Contracting when Competition for Orders Precedes Procurement. International Journal of Industrial Organization. 55 (2): 325-346.
Gans J & Inderst R. 2007. Introduction to special issue on negotiations and cooperative arrangements in industrial organization: Models and applications. International Journal of Industrial Organization. 25: 879-883.
Gans JS & King SP. 2007. Perfect Price Discrimination with Costless Arbitrage. International Journal of Industrial Organization. 25: 431-440.
Gans J & Leigh A. 2007. Unusual days in births and deaths. The Melbourne Review. 1 (3): 72-79.
Gans J, Leigh A & Varganova E. 2007. Minding the Shop: The Case of Obstetrics Conferences. Social Science & Medicine. 65 (7): 1458-1465.
Gans J & Quiggen J. 2007. The practicalities of emission trading. The Melbourne Review. 2 (3): 60-65.
Gueth W, Nikiforakis N & Norman HT. 2007. Vertical Cross-Shareholding: Theory and Experimental Evidence. International Journal of Industrial Organization. 25 (1): 69-89.
Hodler R. 2007. Rent seeking and aid effectiveness. International Tax and Public Finance. 14 (5): 525-541.
Loertscher S. 2007. Horizontally Differentiated Market Makers. Journal of Economics and
Management Strategy. 16 (4): 793-825.
Mezzetti C. (2007). Mechanism Design with Interdependent Valuations: Surplus Extraction. EconomicTheory. 31(3): 473-488.
Raimondo R. 2007. Hilbert-Schmidt Hankel Operators on the Bergman Space of Planar Domains. Integral Equations and Operator Theory. 57 (3): 425-449.
Raimondo R. 2007. Incomplete Markets with No Hart Points. Theoretical Economics. 2 (2): 115-133.
Ryall M & Sorenson O. 2007. Brokers and Competitive Advantage. Management Science. 53 (4): 566-583.
- 2006 Publications
Gans, Joshua S. and Stephen P. King, "Paying for Loyalty: Product Bundling in Oligopoly," Journal , Vol.54, No.1, March 2006, pp.43-62.
Cason, T; and Ganagdharan, L., "Emissions Variability in Tradable Permit Markets with Imperfect Enforcement and Banking", Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization 61 2 199-216.
Cason, T; and Ganagdharan, L., "An Experimental Study of Compliance and Leverage in Auditing and Regulatory Enforecement", Economic Enquiry 44 2 352-66.
Gans, Joshua S. and Stephen P. King, "Patent Length and the Timing of Innovative Activity" Journal of Industrial Economics, September 2006.
Gans, Joshua S. "Inefficient Ownership and Resale Opportunities, "Economics Letters, 93, 2006, pp.242-247.
Gans, Joshua S. "Access Pricing and Infrastructure Investment" in Dewenter, Ralf and Haucap, Justus (eds.), Access Pricing: Theory and Practice, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, 2006.
Gans, Joshua S. and Stephen P. King, "Housing and Income Contingent Loans for Low Income Households"Managing Government Risk: Income contingent loans for social and economic progress, Bruce Chapman (ed.), Routledge: London, 2006, Chapter 11.
Julien, Benoit; Kennes, John; and King, Ian. "Residual Wage Disparity and Coordination Unemployment,"International Economic Review, Vol.47, Number 3, (August 2006), pp.961-989.
Julien, Benoit; Kennes, John; and King, Ian. "The Mortensen Rule and Efficient Coordination Unemployment", Economic Letters, 90, 2, 149-155.
Leigh, Andrew., and Gans, Joshua S. "Did the Death of Australian Inheritance Taxes Affect Deaths?" The Economicsts' Voice, 3(6): Article 9.
- 2005 Publications
de Fontenay, Catherine, and Joshua S. Gans, "Optional Fixed Fees in Multilateral Vertical Relations," Economics Letters, 88, 2005, pp.184-189.
de Fontenay, Catherine, and Joshua S. Gans, "Vertical Integration and Competition Between Networks," Review of Network Economics, 4, No.1, March 2005, pp.4-18.
de Fontenay, Catherine, and Joshua S. Gans, "Vertical Integration in the Presence of Upstream Competition," RAND , Vol.36, No.3, 2005, pp.544-572.
Joshua S. Gans, "Markets for Ownership," RAND Journal of Economics, 36, No.2, 2005, pp.433-455.
- 2004 Publications
Aliprantis, Charalambos D., Monique Florenzano, and Rabee Tourky. 2004. General Equilibrium Analysis in Ordered Topological Vector Spaces. Journal of Mathematical Economics 40, no. 3-4:247-269.
Aliprantis, Charalambos D., Paulo K. Monteiro, and Rabee Tourky. 2004. Non-marketed Options, Non-existence of Equilibria, and Non-linear Prices. Journal of Economic Theory 114, no. 2:345-357.
de Fontenay, Catherine and Joshua S. Gans, "Can Vertical Integration by a Monopsonist Harm Consumer Welfare?" International Journal of Industrial Organization, Vol. 22, No. 6, 2004, .
Gans, Joshua S., Stephen P. King and Ryan Lampe, "Patent Renewal Fees and Self-Funded Patent Offices," Topics in , Vol.4, No.1, 2004, Article 6.
Gans, Joshua S., and Stephen P. King. 2004. Access Holidays and the Timing of Infrastructure Investment. Economic Record 80, no. 248:89-100.
Wen, Mei, and Stephen P. King. 2004. Push or Pull? The Relationship between Development, Trade and Primary Resource Endowment. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 53, no. 4:569-591.
- 2003 Publications
Basov, Suren. 2003. Incentives for Boundedly Rational Agents. Topics in Theoretical Economics 3, no. 1:na.
Cason, Timothy N., and Lata Gangadharan. 2003. Transactions Costs in Tradable Permit Markets: An Experimental Study of Pollution Market Designs. Journal of Regulatory Economics 23, no. 2:145-165.
Chaudhri, Vivek. 2003. Policy Forum: Executive Remuneration: Unravelling the Myths: Executive Compensation: Understanding the Issues. Australian Economic Review 36, no. 3:300-305.
de Fontenay, Catherine C., and Joshua S. Gans. 2003. Organizational Design and Technology Choice under Intrafirm Bargaining: Comment. American Economic Review 93, no. 1:448-455.
Gans, Joshua S., and Stephen P. King. 2003. Contestability, Complementary Inputs and Contracting: The Case of Harbour Towage. Australian Economic Review 36, no. 4:415-427.
Gans, Joshua S., and Stephen P. King. 2003. A Theoretical Analysis of Credit Card Reform in Australia . Economic Record 79, no. 247:462-472.
Gans, Joshua S., and Stephen P. King. 2003. Anti-insurance: Analysing the Health Insurance System in Australia . Economic Record 79, no. 247:473-486.
Gans, Joshua S., and Stephen P. King. 2003. The Neutrality of Interchange Fees in Payment Systems. Topics in Economic Analysis and Policy 3, no. 1:na.
Gans, Joshua S., and John Quiggin. 2003. A Technological and Organisational Explanation for the Size Distribution of Firms. Small Business Economics 21, no. 3:243-256.
Gans, Joshua S., and Scott Stern. 2003. When Does Funding Research by Smaller Firms Bear Fruit?: Evidence from the SBIR Program. Economics of Innovation and New Technology 12, no. 4:361-384.
Gans, Joshua S., and Scott Stern. 2003. The Product Market and the Market for "Ideas": Commercialization Strategies for Technology Entrepreneurs. Research Policy 32, no. 2:333-350.
Gans, Joshua, and Stephen King. 2003. Access Holidays for Network Infrastructure Investment. Agenda 10, no. 2:163-178.
Hoel, Michael, and Perry Shapiro. 2003. Population Mobility and Transboundary Environmental Problems. Journal of Public Economics 87, no. 5-6:1013-1024.
Kells, Stuart. 2003. Rare Book Auction Data in Australia . Australian Economic Review 36, no. 4:435-441.
King, Stephen P., and Ryan Lampe. 2003. Network Externalities, Price Discrimination and Profitable Piracy. Information Economics and Policy 15, no. 3:271-290.
Lansdell, Nicola, and Lata Gangadharan. 2003. Comparing Travel Cost Models and the Precision of Their Consumer Surplus Estimates: Albert Park and Maroondah Reservoir. Australian Economic Papers 42, no. 4:399-417.
Stachurski, John. 2003. Stochastic Growth: Asymptotic Distributions. Economic Theory 21, no. 4:913-919.
Stachurski, John. 2003. Economic Dynamical Systems with Multiplicative Noise. Journal of Mathematical Economics 39, no. 1-2:135-152.
- 2002 Publications
Aliprantis, Charalambos D., Yiannis A. Polyrakis, and Rabee Tourky. 2002. The Cheapest Hedge. Journal of Mathematical Economics 37, no. 4:269-295.
Aliprantis, Charalambos D., and Rabee Tourky. 2002. Markets That Don't Replicate Any Option. Economics Letters 76, no. 3:443-447.
Bardsley, Peter. 2002. New Directions in Environmental Policy. Agenda 9, no. 3:211-221.
Cason, Timothy N., and Lata Gangadharan. 2002. Environmental Labeling and Incomplete Consumer Information in Laboratory Markets. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 43, no. 1:113-134.
de Fontenay, Catherine, Tue Gorgens, and Haoming Liu. 2002. The Role of Mobility in Offsetting Inequality: A Nonparametric Exploration of the CPS. Review of Income and Wealth 48, no. 3:347-370.
Gans, Joshua S., David H. Hsu, and Scott Stern. 2002. When Does Start-Up Innovation Spur the Gale of Creative Destruction? RAND Journal of Economics 33, no. 4:571-586.
Gans, Joshua S., and Stephen P. King. 2002. Exclusionary Contracts and Competition for Large Buyers. International Journal of Industrial Organization 20, no. 9:1363-1381.
Hyde, Charles E. 2002. Evaluating Mergers in the Australian Petroleum Industry. Economic Record 78, no. 242:299-311.
Hyde, Charles E., and James A. Vercammen. 2002. Credit Contracting and Bidding under Wealth Constraints. Economic Theory 20, no. 4:703-732.
Hyde, Charles E., and Philip L. Williams. 2002. Necessary Costs and Expenditure Incentives under the English Rule. International Review of Law and Economics 22, no. 2:133-152.
King, Stephen. 2002. Corporate Social Responsibility [Review Article]. Agenda 9, no. 1:83-86.
King, Stephen P. 2002. Reviewing the Trade Practices Act: The Dawson Committee Inquiry. Australian Economic Review 35, no. 4:423-429.
Petchey, Jeffrey D., and Perry Shapiro. 2002. State Tax and Policy Competition for Mobile Capital. Economic Record 78, no. 241:175-185.
Sherstyuk, Katerina. 2002. Collusion in Private Value Ascending Price Auctions. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 48, no. 2:177-195.
Stachurski, John. 2002. Stochastic Optimal Growth with Unbounded Shock. Journal of Economic Theory 106, no. 1:40-65.
- 2001 Publications
Aliprantis, Charalambos D., Rabee Tourky, and Nicholas C. Yannelis. 2001. A Theory of Value with Non-linear Prices: Equilibrium Analysis beyond Vector Lattices. Journal of Economic Theory 100, no. 1:22-72.
Bardsley, Peter. 2001. Multi-Task Agency: A Combinatorial Model. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 44, no. 2:233-248.
Feeney, Rob, and Stephen P. King. 2001. Sequential Parimutuel Games. Economics Letters 72, no. 2:165-173.
Gangadharan, Lata. 2001. Compliance in Environmental Markets. Applied Economics Letters 8, no. 10:641-644.
Gangadharan, Lata, and M. R. Valenzuela. 2001. Interrelationships between Income, Health and the Environment: Extending the Environmental Kuznets Curve Hypothesis. Ecological Economics 36, no. 3:513-531.
Gans, Joshua S. 2001. Regulating Private Infrastructure Investment: Optimal Pricing for Access to Essential Facilities. Journal of Regulatory Economics 20, no. 2:167-189.
Gans, Joshua S., and Stephen P. King. 2001. Using 'Bill and Keep' Interconnect Arrangements to Soften Network Competition. Economics Letters 71, no. 3:413-420.
Gans, Joshua S., Stephen P. King, and Graeme Woodbridge. 2001. Numbers to the People: Regulation, Ownership and Local Number Portability. Information Economics and Policy 13, no. 2:167-180.
Gans, Joshua S., and Stephen P. King. 2001. Regulating Endogenous Customer Switching Costs. Contributions to Theoretical Economics 1, no. 1:na.
Hirokawa, Midori, and Dan Sasaki. 2001. Strategic Choice of Quantity Stickiness and Stackelberg Leadership. Bulletin of Economic Research 53, no. 1:19-34.
King, Stephen P. 2001. Introduction to the Policy Forum. Australian Economic Review 34, no. 4:441.
King, Stephen P. 2001. The Funding of Higher Education in Australia : Overview and Alternatives. Australian Economic Review 34, no. 2:190-194.
Tourky, Rabee, and Nicholas C. Yannelis. 2001. Markets with Many More Agents Than Commodities: Aumann's "Hidden" Assumption. Journal of Economic Theory 101, no. 1:189-221.
Vercammen, James. 2001. Optimal Insurance with Nonseparable Background Risk. Journal of Risk and Insurance 68, no. 3:437-447.
- 2000 Publications
Engers, Maxim, and Gans, Joshua S. 2000 . Why Referees Are Not Paid (Enough). In Publishing economics: Analyses of the academic journal market in economics , edited by Joshua S. Gans ed. Cheltenham, U.K. and Northampton, Mass.: Elgar; distributed by American International Distribution Corporation, Williston, Vt.
Gans, Joshua S., and Shepherd, George B. 2000 . How Are the Mighty Fallen: Rejected Classic Articles by Leading Economists. In Publishing economics: Analyses of the academic journal market in economics , edited by Joshua S. Gans ed. Cheltenham, U.K. and Northampton, Mass.: Elgar; distributed by American International Distribution Corporation, Williston, Vt.
Aliprantis, Charalambos D., Rabee Tourky, and Nicholas C. Yannelis. 2000. The Riesz-Kantorovich Formula and General Equilibrium Theory. Journal of Mathematical Economics 34, no. 1:55-76.
Aliprantis, Charalambos D., Rabee Tourky, and Nicholas C. Yannelis. 2000. Cone Conditions in General Equilibrium Theory. Journal of Economic Theory 92, no. 1:96-121.
Baland, Jean-Marie, and Patrick Francois. 2000. Rent-Seeking and Resource Booms. Journal of Development Economics 61, no. 2:527-542.
Collins, Richard, and Katerina Sherstyuk. 2000. Spatial Competition with Three Firms: An Experimental Study. Economic Inquiry 38, no. 1:73-94.
Fels, Teresa, Joshua S. Gans, and Stephen P. King. 2000. The Role of Undertakings in Regulatory Decision-Making. Australian Economic Review 33, no. 1:3-16.
Francois, Patrick. 2000. 'Public Service Motivation' as an Argument for Government Provision. Journal of Public Economics 78, no. 3:275-299.
Gangadharan, Lata. 2000. Transaction Costs in Pollution Markets: An Empirical Study. Land Economics 76, no. 4:601-614.
Gans, Joshua S. 2000. Network Competition and Consumer Churn. Information Economics and Policy 12, no. 2:97-109.
Gans, Joshua S. 2000. The Competitive Balance Argument for Mergers. Australian Economic Review 33, no. 1:89-93.
Gans, Joshua S. 2000. Engendering Change. In Commerce, complexity, and evolution: Topics in economics, finance, marketing, and management: Proceedings of the Twelfth International Symposium in Economic Theory and Econometrics , edited by Barnett, William A,et al, eds. Cambridge; New York and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.
Gans, Joshua S., and Stephen P. King. 2000. Mobile Network Competition, Customer Ignorance and Fixed-to-Mobile Call Prices. Information Economics and Policy 12, no. 4:301-327.
Gans, Joshua S., and Stephen P. King. 2000. Options for Electricity Transmission Regulation in Australia . Australian Economic Review 33, no. 2:145-160.
Gans, Joshua S., and Scott Stern. 2000. Incumbency and R&D Incentives: Licensing the Gale of Creative Destruction. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy 9, no. 4:485-511.
Hyde, Charles E., Gordon C. Rausser, and Leo K. Simon. 2000. Regulating Multiple Polluters: Deterrence and Liability Allocation. International Economic Review 41, no. 2:495-521.
King, Stephen P. 2000. Merger Policy in Australia : Introduction. Australian Economic Review 33, no. 1:65-66.
Vercammen, James. 2000. Irreversible Investment under Uncertainty and the Threat of Bankruptcy. Economics Letters 66, no. 3:319-325.
Vercammen, James A. 2000. Constrained Efficient Contracts for Area Yield Crop Insurance. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 82, no. 4:856-864.
Vercammen, James, and David J. Pannell. 2000. The Economics of Crop Hail Insurance. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 48, no. 1:87-98.
- 1999 Publications
Bardsley, Peter. 1999. The Optimal Management of Research Portfolios. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 43, no. 3:323-335.
Bardsley, Peter, and Nilss Olekalns. 1999. Cigarette and Tobacco Consumption: Have Anti-smoking Policies Made a Difference? Economic Record 75, no. 230:225-240.
Cardak, Buly A. 1999. Heterogeneous Preferences, Education Expenditures and Income Distribution. Economic Record 75, no. 228:63-76.
Gans, J. S. 1999. A Strategic Theory of In-House Research and Development. In Information and organization: A tribute to the work of Don Lamberton , edited by Stuart Macdonald and John Nightingale eds. Amsterdam ; New York and Oxford : Elsevier Science, North-Holland.
Gans, Joshua S. 1999. Limited Information, the Possibility of Rational Choice and the Contingent Valuation Method. International Journal of Social Economics 26, no. 1-2-3:402-414.
Gans, Joshua S., and Philip L. Williams. 1999. Access Regulation and the Timing of Infrastructure Investment. Economic Record 75, no. 229:127-137.
Garvey, Gerald T., Simon Grant, and Stephen P. King. 1999. Myopic Corporate Behaviour with Optimal Management Incentives. Journal of Industrial Economics 47, no. 2:231-250.
Khan, M. A., Rabee Tourky, and Rajiv Vohra. 1999. The Supremum Argument in the New Approach to the Existence of Equilibrium in Vector Lattices. Economics Letters 63, no. 1:61-65.
King, Stephen P., and Rodney Maddock. 1999. Light-Handed Regulation of Access in Australia : Negotiation with Arbitration. Information Economics and Policy 11, no. 1:1-22.
Sasaki, Dan. 1999. Strategic Quality Decisions by Heterogeneously Informed Suppliers--The Role of "Noise Consumers.". Australian Economic Papers 38, no. 3:203-222.
Sherstyuk, Katerina. 1999. Multisided Matching Games with Complementarities. International Journal of Game Theory 28, no. 4:489-509.
Sherstyuk, Katerina. 1999. Multiproject Team Assignments. Review of Economic Design 4, no. 3:231-254.
Sherstyuk, Katerina. 1999. Collusion without Conspiracy: An Experimental Study of One-Sided Auctions. Experimental Economics 2, no. 1:59-75.
Sherstyuk, Katerina. 1999. Team Selection with Asymmetric Agents. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 38, no. 4:421-452.
Tourky, Rabee. 1999. Production Equilibria in Locally Proper Economies with Unbounded and Unordered Consumers. Journal of Mathematical Economics 32, no. 3:303-315.
Tourky, Rabee. 1999. The Limit Theorem on the Core of a Production Economy in Vector Lattices with Unordered Preferences. Economic Theory 14, no. 1:219-226.
Tourky, Rabee. 1999. Remark on Extended Price Equilibria. In Current trends in economics: Theory and applications: Proceedings of the Third International Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory, Antalya, Turkey, June 1997 , edited by Ahmet Alkan, Charalambos D. Aliprantis and Nicholas C. Yannelis eds. Studies in Economic Theory, vol. 8. Heidelberg and New York : Springer.
Vercammen, James. 1999. Impact on Western Grain Rail Rates from an Elimination of the Legislated Rate Cap. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 47, no. 3:251-264.
- 1998 Publications
Bradley, Rebecca, and Joshua S. Gans. 1998. Growth in Australian Cities. Economic Record 74, no. 226:266-278.
Chaudhri, Vivek. 1998. Pricing and Efficiency of a Circulation Industry: The Case of Newspapers. Information Economics and Policy 10, no. 1:59-76.
Chaudhri, Vivek, and John Geanakoplos. 1998. A Note on the Economic Rationalization of Gun Control. Economics Letters 58, no. 1:51-53.
Engers, Maxim, and Joshua S. Gans. 1998. Why Referees Are Not Paid (Enough). American Economic Review 88, no. 5:1341-1349.
Gans, Joshua. 1998. Industrialization Policy and the 'Big Push.'. In Increasing returns and economic analysis , edited by Kenneth J. Arrow, Yew-Kwang Ng and Xiaokai Yang eds. New York : St. Martin's Press; London : Macmillan Press.
Gans, Joshua S. 1998. Industrialisation with a Menu of Technologies: Appropriate Technologies and the 'Big Push.'. Structural Change and Economic Dynamics 9, no. 3:333-348.
Gans, Joshua S. 1998. Time Lags and Indicative Planning in a Dynamic Model of Industrialization. Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 12, no. 2:103-130.
Hyde, Charles E., and Jeffrey M. Perloff. 1998. Multimarket Market Power Estimation: The Australian Retail Meat Sector. Applied Economics 30, no. 9:1169-1176.
King, Stephen P. 1998. The Behaviour of Declining Industries. Economic Record 74, no. 226:217-230.
King, Stephen, and Rohan Pitchford. 1998. Privatisation in Australia : Understanding the Incentives in Public and Private Firms. Australian Economic Review 31, no. 4:313-328.
Sherstyuk, Katerina. 1998. Efficiency in Partnership Structures. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 36, no. 3:331-346.
Sherstyuk, Katerina. 1998. How to Gerrymander: A Formal Analysis. Public Choice 95, no. 1-2:27-49.
Wen, Mei. 1998. An Analytical Framework of Consumer-Producers, Economies of Specialization and Transaction Costs. In Increasing returns and economic analysis , edited by Kenneth J. Arrow, Yew-Kwang Ng and Xiaokai Yang eds. New York : St. Martin's Press; London : Macmillan Press.
- 1997 Publications
Gans, Joshua S. 1997. Fixed Cost Assumptions in Industrialisation Theories. Economics Letters 56, no. 1:111-119.
Gans, Joshua S., and Robert J. Hill. 1997. Measuring Product Diversity. Economics Letters 55, no. 1:145-150.
Hyde, Charles E. 1997. Multiple Equilibria in Bargaining Models of Decentralized Trade. Economic Theory 9, no. 2:283-307.
Hyde, Charles E. 1997. Bargaining and Delay: The Role of External Information. Theory and Decision 42, no. 1:81-104.
Hyde, Charles E., and James A. Vercammen. 1997. Costly Yield Verification, Moral Hazard, and Crop Insurance Contract Form. Journal of Agricultural Economics 48, no. 3:393-407.
- 1996 Publications
Bardsley, Peter. 1996. Tax Compliance Games with Imperfect Auditing. Public Finance 51, no. 4:473-489.
Bardsley, Peter, and Nilss Olekalns. 1996. Wool Price Variability in the Long Run. Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 40, no. 1:51-61.
Eichberger, Jurgen, and David Kelsey. 1996. Uncertainty Aversion and Preference for Randomisation. Journal of Economic Theory 71, no. 1:31-43.
Gans, Joshua S. 1996. Of Grand Prix and Circuses. Australian Economic Review 0, no. 115:299-307.
Hyde, Charles E. 1996. Crop Insurance: The Relationship between Indemnity Price and Expected Output Price. Journal of Agricultural Economics 47, no. 2:236-246.
Olekalns, Nilss, and Peter Bardsley. 1996. Rational Addiction to Caffeine: An Analysis of Coffee Consumption. Journal of Political Economy 104, no. 5:1100-1104.
Vercammen, James, Murray Fulton, and Charles Hyde. 1996. Nonlinear Pricing Schemes for Agricultural Cooperatives. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 78, no. 3:572-584.
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