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From Aarhus School of Business - Department of Economics
Department of Economics, Faculty of Business Administration. The Aarhus School of Business. Fuglesangs Alle 4. DK- 8210 Aarhus V - Denmark.
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01-10: Child Labor: A Microeconomic Perspective
Helena Nielsen and A. Dubey
01-9: Did the French Nuclear Tests under the Muroroa Atoll Affect the Export of French Wine to Denmark?
Jan Bentzen and V. Smith
01-8: How Common Are The New Compensation and Work Organization Practices and Who Adopts Them?
Tor Eriksson
01-7: Overtime Work, Dual Job Holding and Taxation
Anders Frederiksen, Ebbe Graversen and Nina Smith
01-6: Possibility of full-cooperation in curbing global warming: Procrastination tendency and new principles
Y. Ueda
01-5: Has the accuracy of energy demand projections in the OECD countries improved since the 1970s?
Jan Bentzen and H. Linderoth
01-4: Gender differences in managerial compensation - Evidences from Denmark
Mette Lausten
01-3: Reciprocity, Materialism and Welfare: An Evolutionary Model
Anders Poulsen
01-2: Pay Spread and Skewness. Employee Effort and Firm Productivity
P. Bingley and Tor Eriksson
00-9: Social Capital: A Standard Method of Measurement
L. Hjollund and Gert Svendsen
00-8: Bureaucratic Tax-seeking: The Danish Waste Tax
H. Christoffersen and Gert Svendsen
00-6: Ownership, Efficiency, and Political Interference
J. Willner
00-5: Missing Social Capital and the Transition in Eastern Europe
Martin Paldam and Gert Svendsen
00-3: Putting Out the Fires: Will Higher Taxes Reduce Youth Smoking
P. Decicca, Donald Kenkel and Alan Mathios
00-1: The Effect of Emission Trade on International Environmental Agreements
J.-T. Boom
99-13: Social Capital in Rural Denmark
G.L.H. Svendsen and G.T. Svendsen
99-12: Why are Economic Instruments so Rare in Solving International Environmental Problems?
Urs Brandt
99-11: International Emission Trading Systems: Trade Level and Political Acceptability
J.-T. Boom and Gert Svendsen
99-9: The Influence of Competition and Ownership Structure on the Performance of Sanish Manufacturing Firms
M. Dilling-Hansen, Tor Eriksson, Erik Madsen and V. Smith
99-8: Patenting, R&D and Market Structure - Manufacturing Firms in Denmark
A.O. Nielsen
99-7: A Revival of the Autoregressive Distributed Lag Model in Estimating Energy Demand Relationships
Jan Bentzen and Tom Engsted
99-6: Autocracy, Collective Goods and the Vikings
Peter Kurrild-Klitgaard and Gert Svendsen
99-5: Observed and Unobserved Heterogeneity in the Duration Dependency Parameter
Michael Rosholm
99-4: The Impact of Government R&D - Some Empirical Evidence
Jan Bentzen and Valdemar Smith
99-2: Performance Related Pay: Determinants and Efefcts on Managers Pay
Tor Eriksson
99-1: The Effects of Pension System on Retirement and Government Finances: Predictions Using Danish Data on Married Couples
Bent Jesper Christensen and Nabanita Datta Gupta
98-15: The US SO2 Auction: a Policy Recommendation for Future Auctions
J.L. Christensen and Gert Svendsen
98-14: The Public Choice Problem of Green Taxation: The Case of CO2 Taxation in OECD
L. Hjollund and Gert Svendsen
98-13: The Idea of Global CO2 Trade
Gert Svendsen
98-12: Rules Versus Discretion: Favouritism and the Use of Requirements of Formal Qualifications
K. Snellman
98-10: CEO Turnover, Firm Performance and Corporate Governance
Mette Lausten
98-9: Appointed Referred Applicants - a Way of Motivating Employees
K. Snellman
98-8: An Analysis of the Determinants of Managerial Pay in the Czech Republic
Tor Eriksson, J. Gottwald and P. Mrazek
98-5: A Selection Model of Patenting Firms in Denmark
A.O. Nielsen
98-3: A Database of EPO-Patenting Firms in Denmark
A.O. Nielsen
98-2: Social Capital, Economic Growth and Transition Economies
Gert Svendsen
98-1: Transitio to Market Economy Eastern Europe: The case of Lobbyism in Russia
Gert Svendsen
97-22: Industry and Firm Level Case Studies of Industrial Relations and Human Resources Change in India: The Effects of Globalization
S. Kuruvilla
97-21: How Do Nations Up-Skill their Work-Forces? The Case of Singapour
R. Chua and S. Kuruvilla
97-19: Growth and Quality. A Business Economic Perspective on Growth Policies
Erik Madsen, J. Ulff-Moller Nielsen and K. Petersen
97-18: Growth and Quality. A Macro-Economic Perspective
Erik Madsen, J. Ulff-Moller Nielsen and K. Petersen
97-17: Globalization and Industrial Relations in South Asia
S. Kuruvilla
97-16: Rational Addiction and Alcohol Consumption: Evidence from the Nordic Countries
Jan Bentzen, Tor Eriksson and V. Smith
97-15: What is Industrial Relations System Transformation?
C. L. Erickson and S. Kuruvilla
97-14: Determinants of Member Satisfaction with Unions in South Korea
S. Kuruvilla and S. Frenkel
97-13: Industrial Relations Change in Asia: a Comparative Review
S. Kuruvilla and C. Erikson
97-12: Globalization and Employment Relations: a Framework and Agenda for Research in Asia
S. Kuruvilla
97-11: Managerial Pay and Firm Performance: Danish Evidence
T. Erikson and Mette Lausten
97-10: The use of Permit Markets for Incorporating Source Location: the Case of Acid Rain in Europe
U. Steiner and Gert Svendsen
97-9: Signalling in International Environmental Agreements: Using Pre-Agreement Emission Level as a Signalling Device
U. Steiner
97-6: Dynamic Modelling of Energy Demand: A Guided Tour Through the Jungle of Unit Roots and Cointegration
Tom Engsted and Jan Bentzen
97-2: Inefficient National Environmental Regulation as a Signal of High Abatement Costs
U. Steiner
97-1: Alcohol Consumption and Drunken Driving in the Scandinavian Countries
Jan Bentzen, Valdemar Smith and N. Nannerup
96-2: Equilinrium Pollution Taxes in a Two-Sector Open Economy
N. Nannerup
96-1: CO2 Regulation: The Case of Danmark
Gert Svendsen
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