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"Profitability of Monopolization by Vertical Integration"
(Journal of Political Economy, 1971)
Prenegotiation public commitment in domestic and international bargaining
(American Political Science Review, 2005-08-01)
We use a formal bargaining model to examine why, in many domestic and international bargaining situations, one or both negotiators make public statements in front of their constituents committing themselves to obtaining ...
"Estimation of Structure Profit Relationships: Comment"
(American Economic Review, 1973-09)
Not Perfect, but Still Pretty Good: The EITC and Other Policies to Support the U.S. Low-Wage Labour Market
(OECD Economic Studies, 2000)
Independent individual addressing of multiple neutral atom qubits with a micromirror-based beam steering system
(Applied Physics Letters, 2010-09-27)
We demonstrate a scalable approach to addressing multiple atomic qubits for use in quantum information processing. Individually trapped 87Rb atoms in a linear array are selectively manipulated with a single laser guided ...
“I Have To Disguise Myself”: Orientalism, Gyula Germanus, and pilgrimage as cultural capital, 1935–1965
(The Hajj and Europe in the Age of Empire, 2016-11)
The present volume focuses on the political perceptions of the Hajj, its global religious appeal to Muslims, and the European struggle for influence and supremacy in the Muslim world in the age of pre-colonial and colonial ...
"Differential Payments within a Bidder Coalition and the Shapley Value"
(American Economic Review, 1990-06)
"The Price-Variability Relationship on Speculative Markets"
Spin-state splittings, highest-occupied-molecular-orbital and lowest-unoccupied-molecular-orbital energies, and chemical hardness.
(J Chem Phys, 2010-10-28)
It is known that the exact density functional must give ground-state energies that are piecewise linear as a function of electron number. In this work we prove that this is also true for the lowest-energy excited states ...
"Economic Efficiency and the Distribution of Benefits from College Instruction"
(American Economic Review, 1970-05)