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The contributions presented in the Working Paper Series are published on this website as well as in RePEc, SSRN, ZORA (Department of Economics, Institute for Empirical Research in Economics (former), Socioeconomic Institute (former)) and Merlin. You'll find the UBS International Center Working Paper Series here.
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ECON 154In search of economic reality under the veil of financial markets. Josef Falkinger (Apr 2014)
ECON 153An Externality-Robust Auction: Theory and Experimental Evidence. Björn Bartling and Nick Netzer (Apr 2014)
ECON 152Targeted vs. Collective Information Sharing in Networks. Alexey Kushnir and Alexandru Nichifor (Apr 2014)
ECON 151A Dynamic Hurdle Model for Zero-Inflated Count Data: With an Application to Health Care Utilization. Gregori Baetschmann and Rainer Winkelmann (Apr 2014)
ECON 90A Practical Two-Step Method for Testing Moment Inequalities. Joseph P. Romano, Azeem M. Shaikh and Michael Wolf (Apr 2014)
ECON 66Mechanism Design and Intentions. Felix Bierbrauer and Nick Netzer (Apr 2014)
ECON 150Optimal Contracting with Endogenous Project Mission. Lea Cassar (Mar 2014)
ECON 149The (Possible) Effect of Plain Packaging on the Smoking Prevalence of Minors in Australia: A Trend Analysis. Ashok Kaul and Michael Wolf (Mar 2014)
ECON 148Leverage and Beliefs: Personal Experience and Risk Taking in Margin Lending. Peter Koudijs and Hans-Joachim Voth (Mar 2014)
ECON 147Bowling for fascism: social capital and the rise of the Nazi Party. Shanker Satyanath, Nico Voigtländer and Hans-Joachim Voth (Mar 2014)
ECON 146Recreating the South Sea Bubble: Lessons from an Experiment in Financial History. Giovanni Giusti, Charles Noussair and Hans-Joachim Voth (Mar 2014)
ECON 145Risk sharing with the monarch: contingent debt and excusable defaults in the age of Philip II, 1556–1598. Mauricio Drelichman and Hans-Joachim Voth (Mar 2014)
ECON 144God does not play dice, but people should: random selection in politics, science and society. Bruno S. Frey and Lasse Steiner (Mar 2014)
ECON 143Mixed equilibria in Tullock contests. Christian Ewerhart (Mar 2014)
ECON 142R&D Networks: Theory, Empirics and Policy Implications. Michael D. König, Xiaodong Liu and Yves Zenou (Mar 2014)
ECON 141Employment Polarization and the Role of the Apprenticeship System. Michelle Rendall and Franziska J. Weiss (Feb 2014)
ECON 140The Causal Effect of House Prices on Mortgage Demand and Mortgage Supply. Christoph Basten and Cathérine Koch (Feb 2014)
IEW 492The Service Sector and Female Market Work. Michelle Rendall (Feb 2014)
ECON 139A Tale of Fire-Sales and Liquidity Hoarding. Aleksander Berentsen and Benjamin Müller (Jan 2014)
ECON 138Pivotality and Responsibility Attribution in Sequential Voting. Björn Bartling, Urs Fischbacher and Simeon Schudy (Jan 2014)
ECON 137Nonlinear Shrinkage of the Covariance Matrix for Portfolio Selection: Markowitz Meets Goldilocks. Olivier Ledoit and Michael Wolf (Jan 2014)
ECON 136Financial Innovations, Money Demand, and the Welfare Cost of Inflation. Aleksander Berentsen, Samuel Huber and Alessandro Marchesiani (Jan 2014)
ECON 63Robust Stochastic Stability. Carlos Alós-Ferrer and Nick Netzer (Jan 2014)
ECON 16Cournot Games with Biconcave Demand. Christian Ewerhart (Jan 2014)