Key publications

Research papers and articles of ICEF faculty members are regularly published in reputable Russian and international academic journals. ICEF also has its Working Paper Series “Research in economics and finance”, aimed at dissemination of research output produced by ICEF faculty members.

Key publications in 2007



2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

"Split-Awards and Disputes: An Experimental Study of a Strategic Model of Litigation"
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, July 2007, v. 63, iss. 3, pp. 553-72,
Maxim Nikitin, Claudia M. Landeo (University of Alberta) and Linda Babcock (H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management)

"Dollarization and the Inflation Threshold"
Canadian Journal of Economics, May 2007, v. 40, iss. 2, pp. 628-49,
Maxim Nikitin, Gaetano Antinolfi (Washington University) and Claudia M.Landeo (University of Alberta)

"Deterrence, Lawsuits, and Litigation Outcomes under Court Errors"
Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, April 2007, v.23, 1, pp. 57-97,
Maxim Nikitin, Claudia M.Landeo (University of Alberta) and Scott Baker (Washington University)

"Dynamics of target stock by corporate takeovers and the subjective probability of takeover completion" (English translation, in German: "Dynamik der Zielaktie bei Unternehmensьbernahmen und die subjektive Wahrscheinlichkeit des bernahmeerfolges")
Hamburg, Kovac, 2007, ISBN 978-3-8300-3307-3
Sergey Gelman

"The Effects of Shareholder Disagreement under Majority Voting"
Presented at the ASSET conference, 2005, ICEF Research Seminar 2007 and Finance Workshop, Universitat Pompeu Fabra 2006
Carsten Sprenger

"Switching volatility in target stocks during the takeover bids"
Working Paper, University of Muenster, January 2007,
Sergey Gelman, Bernd Wilfling (University of Muenster)

"Stock Options vs. Optimal Contracts in a Dynamic Agency Model"
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, mimeo,
Stanimir Morfov

"Optimal Contract in a Dynamic Agency Model with History-dependent Participation Constraints"
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, mimeo.
Stanimir Morfov