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Series WP9 «Research in economics and finance»

Editor: Maxim Nikitin

Papers published in this series were presented at ICEF research seminars as part of the research programme coordinated by the International Academic Committee of ICEF. The programme has been running since 2003 and is supervized by ICEF Project Director at the LSE, Professor Richard Jackman, and Senior Academic Advisor Dr. Amos Witztum

Publications in the series: 33



Kivinen S., Tumennasan N. Consensus in Social Networks: Revisited. WP9/2019/04. – Moscow: Higher School of Economics Publ. House, 2019. – 30 p.

Zakharenko R. Optimal Coercion in Property Assembly. Working paper WP9/2019/03. – Moscow: Higher School of Economics Publ. House, 2019. – 53 p.

Gebauer M. Adding One More Ingredient: Decentralizing Optimal Allocations in Search and Matching Models with Complementarities in Labour. WP9/2019/02 . – Moscow: Higher School of Economics Publ. House, 2019. – 41 p.

Catonini E., Stepanov S. Reputation and Information Aggregation. WP9/2019/01. – Moscow: Higher School of Economics Publ. House, 2019. – 87 p.

Catonini E., De Vito N. Common assumption of cautious rationality and iterated admissibility. WP9/2018/02. – Moscow: Higher School of Economics Publ. House, 2018. – 89 p.

Catonini E. Self-Enforcing Agreements and Forward Induction Reasoning. WP9/2018/01. – Moscow: Higher School of Economics Publ. House, 2018. – 84 p.

Seth A., Taub B. Strategic investment. WP9/2016/01. – Moscow: Higher School of Economics Publ. House, 2016. – 56 p.


Stepanov S. Biased Performance Evaluation in A Model of Career Concerns: Incentives versus Ex-Post Efficiency. WP9/2015/05. – Moscow: Higher School of Economics Publ. House, 2015. – 39 p.

Stepanov S. Transfers of Corporate Control in Firms with Non-Controlling Blockholders. WP9/2015/04. – Moscow: Higher School of Economics Publ. House, 2015. – 57 p.

Belianin A., Kosals L. Collusion and corruption: an experimental study of Russian police. WP9/2015/03. – Moscow: Higher School of Economics Publ. House, 2015. – 19 p.

Stepanov S., Suvorov A. Agency problem and ownership structure: outside blockholder as a signal. WP9/2015/02. – Moscow: Higher School of Economics Publ. House, 2015. – 36 p.


Chuhay R. Pricing Innovation in the Presence of Word of Mouth Communication. WP9/2015/01. – Moscow: Higher School of Economics Publ. House, 2015. – 37 p.

Nikitin M., Solovyeva A., Urosevic B. Globalization, Exchange Rate Regimes and Financial Contagion. WP9/2012/04. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2012.

 

Landeo C.M., Nikitin M., Izmalkov S. Playing against an Apparent Opponent: Incentives for Care, Litigation, and Damage Caps under Self-Serving Bias. WP9/2012/03. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2012.

 

Borisenko D., Gelman S. Liquidity, asymmetric information and asset pricing on the Russian stock market. WP9/2012/01. – Moscow: Publishing House of the University – Higher School of Economics, 2012.

 

Yurko A. From Consumer Incomes to Car Ages: How the Distribution of Income Affects the Distribution of Vehicle Vintages. WP9/2011/01. – Moscow: Publishing House of the Higher School of Economics, 2011. – 52 p.

 

Slonimczyk F., Skott P. Employment and Distribution Effects of the Minimum Wage: The Importance of Being Social.  WP9/2010/05.– Moscow: Publishing House of the University – Higher School of Economics, 2010. – 44 p.

 

 Morfov S. Dynamically Optimal Executive Compensation when Reservation Utilities Are History-Dependent.  WP9/2010/03. – Moscow: Publishing House of the University – Higher School of Economics, 2010. – 56 p.

 

Morfov S. Dynamic Moral Hazard with History-Dependent Participation Constraints.  WP9/2010/02. – Moscow: Publishing House of the University – Higher School of Economics, 2010. – 44 p.

 

Yurko А. How Does Income Inequality Affect Market Outcomes in Vertically Differentiated Markets? WP9/2010/01. – Moscow: Publishing House of the University – Higher School of Economics, 2010. –32 p.

 

Sprenger C. The Choice of Ownership Structure: Evidence from Russian Mass Privatization. WP9/2009/02. – Moscow: Publishing house of SU HSE, 2009. – 64 с.

 

Nikitin M., Smith R.T. Bank Spreads and Business Cycles. WP9/2009/01. – Moscow: Publishing house of SU-HSE, 2009. – 44 с.

 

Dobrynskaya V. The implications of the asymmetric price rigidity for the monetary policy in an open economy and a cross-country evidence. WP9/2008/02. – Moscow: Publishing House of SU HSE, 2008. – 44 с.

 

Sokolov V. Open Market Operations and Volatility of Bond Returns: Microstructure Evidence. WP9/2008/01. – Moscow: Publishing house of SU HSE, 2008. – 44 с.

 

Sokolov V. Open Market Operations and Volatility of Bond Returns: Microstructure Evidence. WP9/2007/03. – Moscow: Publishing house of SU HSE, 2007. – 44 с.

 

Belianin A. Towards an Equilibrium Theory of Cooperation in Finitely Repeated Games. WP9/2007/02. – Moscow: Publishing House of SU HSE, 2007. – 32 с.

 

Nikitin M., Smith R. Information Acquisition, Coordination, and Fundamentals in a Financial Crisis. WP9/2007/01. – Moscow: Publishing House of SU HSE, 2007. – 24 с.

 

Kuzina O. Puzzles of Saving Behaviour of Russian Households WP9/2005/05. – Moscow: State University – Higher School of Economics , 2005. – 52 с.

 

Dementiev A. Reforming Russian Railways Introduction of Competition and New Regulatory Challenges. WP9/2005/04. – Publishing house of SU HSE, 2005. – 36 с.

 

Shpringel V. The Russian Financial Crisis: Why was Ruble Devaluation Accompanied by the Sovereign Debt Crisis? WP9/2005/03. – Moscow: State University – Higher School of Economics , 2005. – 24 с.

 

Dobrynskaya (Soynova) Viktoria V., Levando Dmitry V. A study of exchange rate pass-through effect in Russia WP9/2005/02. – Moscow: State University − Higher School of Economics, 2005. – 36 с.

 

Belianin A.V. Signaling bank quality: an evolutionary approach to money market in transition WP9/2005/01. – Moscow: State University – Higher School of Economics , 2005. – 44 с.


 

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