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Discussion papers TIEL 2005

Title: Structural Remedies and Abuse of Dominant Position
Author: Alessandro Tajana

Title: Key institutional issues and possible scenarios for the review of the EC electronic communications framework
Author: Pierre Larouche and Maartje de Visser

Title: Energy policy and investment in the German power market
Author: Gert Brunekreeft and Dierk Bauknecht

Title: Shareholder lock-in contracts: Share price and trading volume effects at the lock-in expiry
Author: Peter-Paul Angenendt, Marc Goergen and Luc Renneboog

Title: Takeover waves: triggers, performance and motives
Author: Marina Martynova and Luc Renneboog

Title: Network effects and regulatory competition
Author: Erik P.M. Vermeulen

Title: Conceptual divergence, functionalism and the economics of convergence Contribution for Binding Unity/Diverging
Author: Filomena Chirico and Pierre Larouche

Title: Regulating access to stimulate competition in postal markets?
Author: Paul W.J. de Bijl, Eric van Damme, Pierre Larouche

Title: Insider trading, news releases and ownership concentration
Author: Jana Fidrmuc, Marc Goergen and Luc Renneboog

Title: The governance of services
Author: Pieter H.M. Ruys

Title: Public-to-private transactions: LBOs, MBOs, MBIs and IBOs
Author: Luc Renneboog and Tomas Simons

Title: Technological change, wages and firm size
Author: René van den Brink and Pieter H.M. Ruys

Title: Optimal privatization using qualifying auctions
Author: Jan Boone and Jacob K. Goeree

Title: Regulatory co-opetition: Transcending the regulatory competition debate
Author: Damien Geradin and Joseph A. McCahery

Title: Merger without costs advantage
Author: Steffen Huck, Kai A. Konrad, Wieland Müller

Title: Naar eenvormiger burgerlijk recht binnen de Europese Unie? Author: Arnald J. Kanning

Title: Corporate governance convergence: Evidence from takeover regulation reforms in Europe
Author: Marc Goergen, Marina Martynova and Luc Renneboog

Title: Stock price reactions to short-lived public information: the case of betting odds
Author: Frederic Palomino, Luc Renneboog and Chendi Zhang

Title: Leveraged public to private transactions in the UK
Author: Luc Renneboog, Tomas Simons and Mike Wright

Title: Control structures and payout policy
Author: Luc Renneboog and Grzegorz Trojanowski

Title: Merger simulation analysis: an academic perspective
Author: Eric van Damme and Joris Pinkse

Title: Economische aspecten van deugdelijk ondernemingsbestuur
Author:Eric van Damme

Title: Distribution and incomplete contracts
Author: Arnald J. Kanning

Title: Does the European company prevent the 'Delaware-effect'?
Author: Joseph A. McCahery and Erik P.M. Vermeulen

Title: Liberalizing the Dutch electricity market: 1998-2004
Author: Eric van Damme

Title: Local loop unbundling in Europe: experience, prospects and policy challenges
Author: Paul W.J. de Bijl and Martin Peitz

Title: Interconnected networks
Author: Paul W.J. de Bijl, Gert Brunekreeft, Eric E.C. van Damme, Pierre Larouche, Natalya Shelkoplyas, Valter Sorana

Title: Policy uncertainty and supply adequacy in electric power markets
Author: Gert Brunekreeft and Tanga McDaniel

Title: Is it the law or the lawyers? Investment fund covenants across countries
Author: Douglas Cumming and Sofia Johan
Accepted for publication in European Financial Management , Forthcoming.

Title: Provincial preferences in private equity
Author: Douglas Cumming and Sofia Atiqah binti Johan
Accepted for publication in Financial Markets and Portfolio Management .

Title: Advice and monitoring in venture finance
Author: Douglas Cumming and Sofia Atiqah binti Johan
Accepted for publication in Financial Markets and Portfolio Management .

Title: Patterns in payout policy and payout channel choice of UK firms in the 1990s
Author: Luc Renneboog and Grzegorz Trojanowski

Title: Is investment-cash flow sensitivity caused by the agency costs or asymmetric information? Evidence from the UK
Author: Grzegorz Pawlina and Luc Renneboog