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308: Valuing drinking water quality after a PFAS contamination event: results from a meta-analysis benefit transfer Downloads
Francesco Jacopo Pintus
307: Enlightenment And The Long-Term Persistence Of The Habsburg Administrative Tradition Downloads
Giulio Cainelli, Roberto Ganau and Nadiia Matsiuk
306: Taxation of Public Franchises with Persistent Demand Shocks Downloads
Marco Buso, Cesare Dosi and Michele Moretto
305: Difference-In-Difference Design With Repeated Cross-Sections Under Compositional Changes: a Monte-Carlo Evaluation of Alternative Approaches Downloads
Tommaso Manfè and Luca Nunziata
304: CO2 emissions reduction from residential buildings: cost estimate and policy design Downloads
Riccardo Camboni, Alberto Corsini, Raffaele Miniaci and Paola Valbonesi
303: Public Procurement and the Risk of Severe Weather Events Downloads
Andrea Bafundi, Riccardo Camboni, Edoardo Grillo and Paola Valbonesi
302: Entering European countries: advantages and difficulties for Chinese electric vehicle firms Downloads
Yanting Gu, Fiorenza Belussi and Rajneesh Narula
301: Information provision in hybrid platforms Downloads
Marco Magnani and Federico Navarra
300: When Fiscal Discipline meets Macroeconomic Stability: the Euro-stability Bond Downloads
Luciano Greco, Francesco Jacopo Pintus and Davide Raggi
299: Optimal Climate and Monetary-Fiscal Policy in a Climate-DSGE Framework Downloads
Lorenzo Forni and Mehrab Kiarsi
298: Privacy Regulation and Quality-Enhancing Innovation Downloads
Yassine Lefouili, Leonardo Madio and Ying Lei Toh
297: Content Moderation and Advertising in Social Media Platforms Downloads
Leonardo Madio
296: Superstar Exclusivity in Two-Sided Markets Downloads
Elias Carroni
295: Collusion sustainability with a capacity constrained firm Downloads
Leonardo Madio and Aldo Pignataro
294: Optimal Unemployment Insurance with Worker Profiling Downloads
Sergio Cappellini
293: Electoral Campaigns as Dynamic Contests Downloads
Avidit Acharya, Takuo Sugaya and Eray Turkel
292: Rescue on Stage: Border Enforcement and Public Attention in the Mediterranean Sea Downloads
Giacomo Battiston
291: Uncertainty, Skewness, and the Business Cycle Through the MIDAS Lens Downloads
Efrem Castelnuovo and Lorenzo Mori
290: The Role of Social Identity and Perceived Discrimination in Human Capital Formation: Evidence from India Downloads
Isha Gupta
289: Setting reserve prices in repeated procurement auctions Downloads
Sümeyra Atmaca, Riccardo Camboni, Elena Podkolzina, Koen Schoors and Paola Valbonesi
288: Sectoral Uncertainty Downloads
Efrem Castelnuovo, Kerem Tuzcuoglu and Luis Uzeda
287: Third-Party Interest, Resource Value, and the Likelihood of Conflict Downloads
Giacomo Battiston, Matteo Bizzarri and Riccardo Franceschin
286: Fueling Organized Crime: The Mexican War on Drugs and Oil Thefts Downloads
Giacomo Battiston, Gianmarco Daniele, Marco Le Moglie and Paolo Pinotti
285: Platform Liability and Innovation Downloads
Doh-Shin Jeon, Yassine Lefouili and Leonardo Madio
284: Learning it the hard way: Conflicts, economic sanctions and military aids Downloads
Edoardo Grillo and Antonio Nicolò
283: Implementation in vNM Stable Set Downloads
Ville Korpela, Michele Lombardi and Riccardo D. Saulle
282: How to Manage Public Artworks? A Market Alternative to Deaccessioning Downloads
Claudia Amadei, Marina Bertolini and Luciano Greco
281: Platform pricing strategies when consumers web/showroom Downloads
Federico Navarra
280: Delayed Overshooting Puzzle: Does Systematic Monetary Policy Matter? Downloads
Efrem Castelnuovo, Giovanni Pellegrino and Giacomo Ranzato
279: Uncertainty Before and During COVID-19: A Survey Downloads
Efrem Castelnuovo
278: Multi-cutoff RD designs with observations located at each cutoff: problems and solutions Downloads
Margherita Fort, Andrea Ichino, Enrico Rettore and Giulio Zanella
277: Consumer inertia and firm incumbency in liberalised retail electricity markets: an empirical investigation Downloads
Massimo Dragotto, Marco Magnani and Paola Valbonesi
276: The Optimality of Public-Private Partnerships under Financial and Fiscal Constraints Downloads
Marco Buso and Luciano Greco
275: Why Does Risk Matter More in Recessions than in Expansions? Downloads
Martin M. Andreasen, Giovanni Caggiano, Efrem Castelnuovo and Giovanni Pellegrino
274: Decreasing Incomes Increase Selfishness Downloads
Nickolas Gagnon and Henrik W. Zaunbrecher
273: An Implementation Approach to Rotation Programs Downloads
Ville Korpela, Michele Lombardi and Riccardo D. Saulle
272: The relationship between day-ahead and futures prices in the electricity markets: an empirical analysis on Italy, France, Germany and Switzerland Downloads
Cinzia Bonaldo, Massimiliano Caporin and Fulvio Fontini
271: Myopic Oligopoly Pricing Downloads
Iwan Bos, Marco Marini and Riccardo D. Saulle
Giovanni Pellegrino, Efrem Castelnuovo and Giovanni Caggiano
Giovanni Caggiano and Efrem Castelnuovo
Alberto Lanzavecchia, Maria Palumbo and Bharat Singh Thapa
Isha Gupta
266: Apple iOS is a closed platform; Google Android is open. In this paper, we combine tablet-level data with data on the quality of the top 1000 mobile applications from these platforms and estimate a structural demand model. We exploit variations over three periods and five European countries to find out whether quality of applications affects tablet demand. We then run two counterfactuals motivated by a stylized theory. In line with our model, the first counterfactual suggests that an improvement in app quality benefits tablet producers on that platform. The effect on demand is more pronounced for Android tablet devices. The second counterfactual hints that tablet producers adopting the store with lower quality applications (Google) gain the most from cross-platform app interoperability. We also show that interoperability stimulates the adoption of tablet PCs and generates consumer surplus on tablet demand. To reinforce the message from the theory, we use the predicted primitives of the structural demand estimation to calibrate our simple model and compare its results to those of the two counterfactuals. The results are similar Downloads
Thanh Doan, Fabio Manenti and Franco Mariuzzo
265: Fiscal tools to reduce transition costs of climate change mitigation Downloads
Michele Catalano, Lorenzo Forni and Emilia Pezzolla
Marc Bourreau and Fabio Manenti
263: The Participation of Small-scale Variable Distributed Renewable Energy Sources to the Balancing Services Market Downloads
Marco Agostini, Marina Bertolini, Massimiliano Coppo and Fulvio Fontini
262: Uncertainty and Monetary Policy During Extreme Events Downloads
Giovanni Pellegrino, Efrem Castelnuovo and Giovanni Caggiano
261: Uncertainty and monetary policy in good and bad times: A replication of the VAR investigation by Bloom (2009) Downloads
Giovanni Caggiano, Efrem Castelnuovo and Gabriela Nodari
260: Determinants and success factors of student entrepreneurship: Evidence from the University of Padova Downloads
Silvia Blasi and Silvia Rita Sedita
259: Selling the circularity: Investigating the impact of circularity promotion on the performance of Italian manufacturing companies Downloads
Silvia Blasi, Benedetta Crisafulli and Silvia Rita Sedita
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