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Discussion Papers TILEC

2018

  • End-of-Day Price Manipulation and M&A’s
    Authors: Douglas Cumming, Shan Ji, Sofia Johan, Monika Tarsalewska
    Discussion Paper 2018-040
  • Banks Joining Venture Capital Investments: Portfolio Selection, Strategic Objectives, Performace and Exit
    Authors: Samuele Martinu, Sofia A. Johan
    Discussion Paper 2018-039
  • Independence, Regulatory Competences and the Accountability of National Regulatory Authorities in the EU.
    Author: Prof. Dr. Saskia Lavrijssen
    Discussion Paper 2018-038
  • "Debtor protection and business dynamism"
    Authors: Maria Fabiana Penas, Geralfo Cerqueiro, Robert Seamans
    Discussion Paper 2018-037
  • Impulse Purchases, Gun Ownership and Homicides: Evidence from a Firearm Demand Shock
    Authors: Christoph Koenig, David Schindler
    Discussion Paper 2018-036
  • Why ‘Blockchain’ Will Disrupt Corporate Organizations
    Authors: Mark Fenwick, Wulf A. Kaal, Erik P.M. Vermeulen
    Discussion Paper 2018-035
  • Standardization, Open Source, and Innovation: Sketching the Effect of IPR Policies
    Author: Martin Husovec
    Discussion Paper 2018-034
  • Legal Education in a Digital Age: Why 'Coding for Lawyers' Matters
    Authors: Mark Fenwick, Wulf A. Kaal, Erik P.M. Vermeulen
    Discussion Paper 2018-033
  • A Reply to David Kennedy
    Author: Anna-Alexandra Marhold
    Discussion Paper 2018-032
  • From Sacchi to Uber: 60 years of Services Liberalization, 10 years of the Services Directive in the EU
    Author: Panagiotis Delimatsis
    Discussion Paper 2018-031
  • Subsidies and investment promotion reaching new heights in the aviation sector
    The US – Tax Incentives dispute

    Authors: Kristy Buzard, Panagiotis Delimatsis
    Discussion Paper 2018-030
  • Towards a Holistic Regulatory Approach for the European Data Economy: Why the Illusive Notion of Non-Personal Data is Counterproductive to Data Innovation
    Authors: Inge Graef, Raphael Gellert and Martin Husovec
    Discussion Paper 2018-029
  • Using experimental Evidence to Design Optimal Notice and Takedown Process
    Authors: Lenka Fiala, Martin Husovec
    Discussion Paper 2018-028
  • Counterproductive Regulation? The EU’s (Mis) adventures in regulating unfair trading practices in food supply chain.
    Author: Victoria Daskalova
    Discussion Paper 2018-027
  • Standardization, Open Source and Innovation: Sketching the Effect of IPR Policies
    Author: Martin Husovec
    Discussion Paper 2018-026
  • When Disruptive Meets Streamline: International Standardization in Blockchain
    Authors: Panagiotsis Delimatsis
    Discussion Paper: 2018-025
  • A Survey of the Hold-up Problem in the Experimental Economics Literature
    Author: Yadi Yang
    Discussion Paper  2018-024
  • User Review Portability: Why and How?
    Author: Vikas Kathuria, Jessica C. Lai
    Discussion Paper 2018-023

  • Are Investors Aware of Ownership Connections?
    Authors: Luc Renneboog,Edith Ginglinger, Camille Herbert
    Discussion Paper 2018-022

  • Global Standard-setting 2.0: How the WTO Spotlights ISO and Impacts the Transnational Standard-setting Process
    Author: Panagiotis Delimatsis-
    Discussion Paper: 2018-021
  • Energy and Fossil Fuels as a Topic of WTO Accession Protocols
    Authors: Anna Marhold, Friedl Weiss
    Discussion Paper: 2018-20 

  • The Dilemmas of International Climate Change Negotiations and the Role for Linked Emissions Trading Schemes in the Post 2020
    Author: Elena Aydos
    Discussion Paper: 2018-019

  • Advertising as a Reminder: Evidence from the Dutch State Lottery
    Authors: Chen He, Tobias J. Klein
    Discussion Paper: 2018-018

  • Two Contexts for Economics in Competition Law
    Author: Jan Broulik
    Discussion Paper: 2018-017

  • A Theory of SME Governance Regulation
    Authors: Marcelo Godke Veiga, Joseph A. McCahery
    Discussion Paper: 2018-016

  • Balancing Public Values During the Energy Transition – How Can German and Dutch DSOs Safeguard Sustainability?
    Authors: Marga Edens, Saskia Lavrijssen
    Discussion Paper: 2018-015 

  • Consumers’ Privacy Choices in the Era of Big Data
    Authors: Sebastian Dengler, Jens Prüfer
    Discussion Paper: 2018-014

  • Evidence of Selection in a Mandatory Health Insurance Market with Risk Adjustment
    Authors: Ramsis Croes, Katalin Katona, Misja Mikkers, Victoria Shestalova
    Discussion Paper: 2018-013

  • Data Science for Institutional and Organizational Economics
    Authors: Jens Prüfer, Patricia Prüfer
    Discussion Paper: 2018-011
  • Capital Markets Union: Why ‘Venture Capital’ Is Not the Answer to Europe’s Innovation Challenge
    Authors: Mark Fenwick, Ivona Skultetyova, Erik P.M. Vermeulen
    Discussion Paper: 2018-010 010
  • The Energiewende as a Public Value Challenge for German DSOs
    Author: Marga Edens
    Discussion Paper: 2018-009 
  • Merit Goods
    Authors: Peter Cserne, Maxime Desmarais-Tremblay
    Discussion Paper: 2018-008
  • Perfect and Imperfect Strangers in Social Delemmas
    Authors: Riccardo Ghidoni, Blair Llewellyn Cleave, S. Suetens
    Discussion Paper: 2018-007
  • Institutional Investor Engagement: How to Create a 'Stewardship Culture'
    Authors: Mark Fenwick, Erik P.M. Vermeulen
    Discussion Paper: 2018-006
  • Preventing Anticompetitive Conduct Directly and Indirectly: Accuracy vs. Predictability
    Author: Jan Broulik
    Discussion Paper: 2018-005
  • Validity of Non-Disclosure Agreements in SEP Licensing
    Authors: Vikas Kathuria and Jessica C. Lai
    Discussion Paper: 2018-004
  • GATS Basics - Revisiting Some Basic Notions and Concepts of the General Agreement on Trade in Services
    Author: Panagiotis Delimatsis
    Discussion Paper: 2018-003
  • Cheap Trade Credit and Competition in Downstream Markets
    Authors: Mariassunta Giannetti, Nicolas Serrano-Velarde, and Emanuele Tarantino
    Discussion Paper: 2018-002
  • Electricity Network Codes: Good Governance in a Network of Networks
    Authors: Saskia Lavrijssen, Thomas Kohlbacher
    Discussion Paper: 2018-001

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