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    Israel 1997 10 01 97 097 3 Substitution and Complementarity in Aviation Airports vs Airlines Eric Pels Peter Nijkamp Piet Rietveld Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 1997 10 01 97 096 3 An Assessment of the Growth Debate A Comparison of Perspectives Jeroen C J M van den Bergh Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Ruud A de Mooij Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam 1997 10 01 97 095 2 Long Horizon Predictability of Exchange Rate Is it for Real Jan J J Groen Erasmus University Rotterdam 1997 09 24 97 094 4 Using Break Quantities for Tactical Optimisation in Multistage Distribution Systems Marcel J Kleijn Rommert Dekker Econometric Institute Erasmus University Rotterdam 1997 09 24 97 093 1 Interpreting the Sources of Market Value in a Capital Goods Market Hariolf Grupp Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research Shlomo Maital Technion Israel Institute of Technology Israel 1997 09 24 97 092 4 Utility Maximization and Mode of Payment Ruud H Koning Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 1997 09 24 97 091 1 Focal Points Maarten C W Janssen Erasmus University Rotterdam 1997 09 24 97 090 1 An Economic Theory of Policy Advice Otto H Swank Wilko A Letterie Hendrik P van Dalen OCFEB Erasmus University Rotterdam 1997 09 11 97 089 4 Stable Probability Distributions and their Domains of Attraction J L Geluk Laurens F M de Haan Erasmus University Rotterdam 1997 09 11 97 088 3 A Model of Fashions and Status Paul Frijters University of Amsterdam 1997 09 11 97 087 4 Computationally Attractive Stability Tests for the Efficient Method of Moments Pieter J van der Sluis University of Amsterdam 1997 09 05 97 086 3 Assessing Scenarios on European Transport Policies by Means of Multicriteria Analysis Christian Heij EURES Institute for Regional Studies in Europe Germany and Erasmus University Rotterdam Peter Nijkamp Sytze A Rienstra Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Dieter Rothenberger EURES Institute for Regional Studies in Europe Germany 1997 09 24 97 085 4 Degrees of Freedom Adjustment for Disturbance Variance Estimators in Dynamic Regression Models Jan F Kiviet University of Amsterdam Garry D A Phillips University of Exeter 1997 09 05 97 084 3 Benefits and Costs of Transport E T Verhoef P Nijkamp P Rietveld Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam T R Lakshmanan Bureau of Transportation Statistics US Department of Transportation Washington DC USA 1997 08 21 97 083 2 Big News in Small Samples Peter Schotman University of Maastricht Stefan Straetmans Casper G de Vries Erasmus University Rotterdam 1997 08 21 97 082 3 A Structural Analysis of Job Search Methods and Subsequent Wages Pierre Koning Gerard J van den Berg Geert Ridder Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 1997 08 11 97 081 3 Equilibrium Search with Productivity Dispersion Theory and Estimation Christian Bontemps CREST INSEE Paris Jean Marc Robin INRA CORELA and CREST INSEE Paris Gerard J van den Berg Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 1997 08 11 97 080 3 On the Distance Dependence of the Price Elasticity of Telecommunications Demand Meta analysis and Alternative Theoretical Backgrounds Hans Ouwersloot Piet Rietveld Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 1997 08 11 97 079 1 A Theory of Policy Reversal Robert A J Dur Erasmus University Rotterdam Otto H Swank Erasmus University Rotterdam 1997 08 20 97 078 4 Testing for Integration using Evolving Trend and Seasonals Models A Bayesian Approach Gary Koop University of Edinburgh Herman K van Dijk Erasmus University Rotterdam Henk Hoek Erasmus University Rotterdam 1997 08 08 97 077 3 The Adoption of Energy Efficiency Enhancing Technologies Erik Verhoef Peter Nijkamp Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 1997 08 02 97 076 2 Empirical Study on LDC Sovereign Debt and Government s Credibility 1990 1994 Jolanda Eline IJgosse University of Amsterdam 1997 07 11 97 075 3 Wage Dispersion in Russia L A Grogan University of Amsterdam 1997 07 11 97 074 3 A Decision Support System for Regional Sustainable Development The Flag Model Peter Nijkamp Hans Ouwersloot Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 1997 07 03 97 073 1 On the Unique D1 Equilibrium in the Stackelberg Model with Asymmetric Information Maarten C W Janssen University of Vienna Austria Emiel Maasland Erasmus University Rotterdam the Netherlands 1997 07 03 97 072 3 Estimating Water Demand in Urban Indonesia A Maximum Likelihood Approach to block Rate Pricing Data Piet Rietveld Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Jan Rouwendal Landbouwuniversiteit Wageningen Bert Zwart Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 1997 07 03 97 071 3 Work Incentives and the Probability of Leaving Unemployment in the Slovak Republic Martina Lubyova Slovak Academy of Sciences Jan C van Ours Erasmus University Rotterdam 1997 07 03 97 070 3 Time Speeds Flows and Densities in Static Models of Road Traffic Congestion and Congestion Pricing Erik Verhoef Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 1997 06 26 97 069 1 Interest Group Influence and the Delegation of Policy Authority Randolph Sloof CREED University of Amsterdam 1997 06 26 97 068 1 Campaign Contributions and the Desirability of Full Disclosure Laws Randolph Sloof CREED University of Amsterdam 1997 06 26 97 067 2 Capital Accumulation Learning and Endogenous Growth Charles van Marrewijk Erasmus University Rotterdam 1997 06 26 97 066 3 Decisive Conditions for an Effective and Efficient Multi modal Freight Transport Network in Europe A Meta Analytic Perspective Kostas Bithas Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Peter Nijkamp Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 1997 07 03 97 065 3 The Role of Transalpine Freight Transport in a Common European Market Analyses and Empirical Applications Aura Reggiani Università di Bologna Peter Nijkamp Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Simona Bolis University of Lugano 1997 06 26 97 064 4 Identification of System Behaviours by Approximation of Time Series Data Wolfgang Scherrer Technische Universität Wien Christiaan Heij Erasmus University Rotterdam 1997 06 13 97 063 3 New Firm Survival Industry versus Firm Effects David B Audretsch The Georgia State University Patrick Houweling Centre for Advanced Small Business Economics Erasmus University Rotterdam A Roy Thurik EIM Small Business Research and Consultancy and Erasmus University Rotterdam 1997 06 13 97 062 3 Innovation Dynamics in Space Local Actors and Local Factors Aki Kangasharju University of Jyväskylä Finland Peter Nijkamp Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 1997 06 13 97 061 3 Recognition

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    and financial institutions Labor Health Education and Development At TI a large group of fellows works in different areas of labour health education and development Macroeconomics and International Economics Fellows in the Macroeconomics and International Economics group carry out research on growth innovation international trade and factor mobility the role of economic geography banking and monetary economics and fiscal policy Organizations and Markets The Organizations and Markets OM group spans many areas in applied microeconomics including the economics of organizations industrial organization entrepreneurship innovation and auctions Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics The STEE group addresses four themes urban and regional dynamics land use transportation and environment and resources Many fellows combine policy research with fundamental research Home Discussion papers Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2016 9 2015 140 2014 157 2013 211 2012 146 2011 182 2010 129 2009 113 2008 120 2007 101 2006 113 2005 122 2004 135 2003 102 2002 126 2001 122 2000 124 1999 95 1998 130 1997 135 1996 16 This form generates a list of discussion papers At least one field has to be filled in Search papers Select author s title and or research group Author s and or and or Title Research group Behavioral and Experimental Economics Cooperative Behaviour Strategic Interaction and Complex Systems Econometrics and Operations Research Finance Labor Health Education and Development Macroeconomics and International Economics Organizations and Markets Spatial Transport and Environmental Economics Key words look for all the words any of the words exact phrase Discussion papers in 1996 96 182 6 Public Funding of Research and Corporate Co sponsorship Sanjeev Goyal Erasmus University Rotterdam Pauline Rutsaert Erasmus University Rotterdam 1997 01 02 96 181 5 Factors influencing the Composition of the Urban Transport System in the Year 2030 A Panel Analysis of Experts Opinions Cees Gorter Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Sytze A Rienstra Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 1997 01 02 96 180 7 A Model Selection Approach to detect Seasonal Unit Roots Yoshinori Kawasaki The Institute of Statistical Mathematics 1996 12 13 96 179 4 Inflation Stabilization Fiscal Deficits and Public Debt Management in Poland Nina Budina CERGE and University of Amsterdam Sweder van Wijnbergen University of Amsterdam LSE and CEPR 1996 12 05 96 178 1 Social Ties in a Public Good Experiment Frans van Dijk University of Amsterdam Joep Sonnemans University of Amsterdam Frans van Winden University of Amsterdam 1996 12 05 96 176 7 Bayesian Analysis of Stochastic Trends in Structural Time Series Models Gary Koop University of Toronto Herman K van Dijk Erasmus University Rotterdam 1996 12 13 96 175 7 On the Role of Seasonal Intercepts in Seasonal Cointegration Philip Hans Franses Erasmus University Rotterdam Robert M Kunst Institute for Advanced Studies Vienna 1996 12 13 96 173 3 Capital Scarcities as a Reason for High Employment in the European Union Paul Frijters University of Amsterdam 1996 11 19 96 172 8 Evolutionary Game Theory and the

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    Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Discussion paper Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2016 9 2015 140 2014 157 2013 211 2012 146 2011 182 2010 129 2009 113 2008 120 2007 101 2006 113 2005 122 2004 135 2003 102 2002 126 2001 122 2000 124 1999 95 1998 130 1997 135 1996 16 Article What causes the Positive Price Turnover Correlation in European Housing Markets PDF File 16 008 IV 2016 02 04 Author s Martijn I Dröes University of Amsterdam and Amsterdam School of Real Estate the Netherlands Marc K Francke Amsterdam School of Real Estate the Netherlands Keywords price turnover relationship feedback momentum effects credit constraints nominal loss aversion JEL codes E02 R31 O18 This paper examines what determines the correlation between prices and turnover in European housing markets Using a panel vector autoregressive model we find that there is a particularly strong feedback mechanism between prices and turnover Momentum effects are another important reason why prices and turnover are

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    of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Discussion paper Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2016 9 2015 140 2014 157 2013 211 2012 146 2011 182 2010 129 2009 113 2008 120 2007 101 2006 113 2005 122 2004 135 2003 102 2002 126 2001 122 2000 124 1999 95 1998 130 1997 135 1996 16 Article Coco Design Risk Shifting and Financial Fragility PDF File 16 007 VI 2016 02 01 Author s Stephanie Chan University of Amsterdam the Netherlands Sweder van Wijnbergen University of Amsterdam the Netherlands Keywords Contingent Convertible Capital Systemic Risk Risk Shifting Incentives Capital Requirements JEL codes G01 G13 G21 G28 G32 We highlight the ex ante risk shifting incentives faced by a bank s shareholders managers when CoCos contingent convertible capital are part of the capital structure The risk shifting incentive arises from the wealth transfers that the shareholders will receive upon the CoCo s conversion under CoCo designs widely used in practice Specifically we show that for principal writedown and nondilutive equity converting CoCos shareholders managers have an incentive

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    Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2016 9 2015 140 2014 157 2013 211 2012 146 2011 182 2010 129 2009 113 2008 120 2007 101 2006 113 2005 122 2004 135 2003 102 2002 126 2001 122 2000 124 1999 95 1998 130 1997 135 1996 16 Article Are the S P 500 Index and Crude Oil Natural Gas and Ethanol Futures related for Intra Day Data PDF File 16 006 III 2016 02 01 Author s Massimiliano Caporin University of Padova Italy Chia Lin Chang National Chung Hsing University Taiwan Michael McAleer National Tsing Hua University Taiwan Erasmus University Rotterdam the Netherlands Complutense University of Madrid Spain Keywords Trading range Intra day prices and returns S P 500 Index Crude oil futures Natural gas futures Ethanol futures Overnight returns Overnight volume Overnight realized volatility Asymmetry Spillovers JEL codes C22 C32 C58 G12 G15 The energy sector is one of the most important in the world so that time series fluctuations in leading energy sources have been analysed widely As the leading energy commodities are traded on international stock exchanges the analysis of the fluctuations in stock and financial derivatives prices and returns have also been investigated extensively in recent years Much of the empirical analysis has concentrated on using daily weekly or monthly data with little research based on intra day data The paper analyses the relationships among the S P 500 Index and futures prices returns and volatility of three leading energy commodities namely crude oil natural gas and ethanol using intra day data The detailed analysis of intra day temporal aggregation in examining returns relationships and volatility spillovers across the equity and energy futures markets and the effects of overnight returns volume realized volatility

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    Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2016 9 2015 140 2014 157 2013 211 2012 146 2011 182 2010 129 2009 113 2008 120 2007 101 2006 113 2005 122 2004 135 2003 102 2002 126 2001 122 2000 124 1999 95 1998 130 1997 135 1996 16 Article Parallelization Experience with Four Canonical Econometric Models using ParMitISEM PDF File 16 005 III 2016 01 22 Author s Nalan Basturk Maastricht University the Netherlands Stefano Grassi University of Kent United Kingdom Lennart Hoogerheide VU University Amsterdam the Netherlands Herman K van Dijk VU University Amsterdam Erasmus University Rotterdam the Netherlands Keywords finite mixtures Student t distributions Importance Sampling MCMC Metropolis Hastings algorithm Expectation Maximization Bayesian inference JEL codes C11 C13 C23 C32 This paper presents the parallel computing implementation of the MitISEM algorithm labeled Parallel MitISEM The basic MitISEM algorithm introduced by Hoogerheide Opschoor and Van Dijk 2012 provides an automatic and flexible method to approximate a non elliptical target density using adaptive mixtures of Student t densities where only a kernel of the target density is required The approximation can be used as a

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    Summer School MPhil Thesis Defenses TI Lectures TI Conferences About About Organization Staff Tinbergen Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Discussion paper Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2016 9 2015 140 2014 157 2013 211 2012 146 2011 182 2010 129 2009 113 2008 120 2007 101 2006 113 2005 122 2004 135 2003 102 2002 126 2001 122 2000 124 1999 95 1998 130 1997 135 1996 16 Article Gradual Collective Wage Bargaining PDF File 16 004 V 2016 01 22 Author s Sabien Dobbelaere VU University Amsterdam the Netherlands Roland Iwan Luttens VU University Amsterdam and Amsterdam University College the Netherlands Keywords collective bargaining gradual union firm search frictions employment at will JEL codes J30 J41 J51 This paper presents an alternative implementation of firm level collective wage bargaining where bargaining proceeds as a finite sequence of sessions between a firm and a union of variable size We investigate the impact of such a gradual union on the wage employment contract in

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    Intranet Home Discussion paper Local navigation Research Groups Researchers Requirements for Tinbergen Institute Research Fellows Key Publications Discussion papers Fellows PhD Students List by year 2016 9 2015 140 2014 157 2013 211 2012 146 2011 182 2010 129 2009 113 2008 120 2007 101 2006 113 2005 122 2004 135 2003 102 2002 126 2001 122 2000 124 1999 95 1998 130 1997 135 1996 16 Article A Bayesian Approach to Excess Volatility Short term Underreaction and Long term Overreaction During Financial Crises PDF File 16 003 III 2016 01 15 Author s Xu Guo Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics Michael McAleer National Tsing Hua University Taiwan Erasmus University Rotterdam the Netherlands Complutense University of Madrid Spain Wing Keung Wong Hong Kong Baptist University Hong Kong PR China Lixing Zhu Hong Kong Baptist University Hong Kong PR China Keywords Bayesian model representative and conservative heuristics excess volatility underreaction overreaction magnitude effects financial crises JEL codes C11 G01 G11 In this paper we introduce a new Bayesian approach to explain some market anomalies during financial crises and subsequent recovery We assume that the earnings shock of an asset follows a random walk model with and without drift to incorporate

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