CEIS Research Papers

Editor: Tommaso Proietti

Assistant editor: Rocco Ciciretti

The CEIS Research Papers Series collects research activities, both by researchers and affiliates of CEIS, and those distributed through the Social Science Research Network - SSRN. Over 8000 world-wide subscribers currently receive an alert every two weeks, which contains three new research papers. To receive this alert you may subscribe to SSRN, which started in February 2003.

ISSN 2610-931X [online]

Papers are available on SSRN and RePEc websites.


n.494 Paper Found
Parallel Trade, International Exhaustion and Intellectual Property Rights: A Welfare Analysis Szymanski Stefan and Valletti Tommaso M., CEIS Research Paper, 75, October 2006
Market Analysis in the Presence of Indirect Constraints and Captive Sales Inderst Roman and Valletti Tommaso M., CEIS Research Paper, 74, September 2006
Price Discrimination in Input Markets Inderst Roman and Valletti Tommaso M., CEIS Research Paper, 73, July 2006
Mixing Goods with Two-Part Tariffs Hoernig Steffen and Valletti Tommaso M., CEIS Research Paper, 72, August 2006
Affordability of Medicines and Patients' Cost Reduction Behaviors: Empirical Evidence Based on SUR Estimates from Italy and the United Kingdom Atella Vincenzo, Hassell Karen, Noyce Peter R. and Schafheutle Ellen, CEIS Research Paper, 71, January 2005
Pricing Discretion and Price Regulation in Competitive Industries Iozzi Alberto, Sestini Roberta and Valentini Edilio, CEIS Research Paper, 69, April 2005
Parallel Monies, Parallel Debt: Lessons from the EMU and Options for the New EU Basevi Giorgio, Pecchi Lorenzo and Piga Gustavo, CEIS Research Paper, 68, April 2005
Fiscal Implications of Pension Reforms in Italy Brugiavini Agar and Peracchi Franco, CEIS Research Paper, 67, April 2005
On the Sources of the Inflation Bias and Output Variability Piga Gustavo, CEIS Research Paper, 66, February 2005
Interest Rate Pegs, Wealth Effects and Price Level Determinacy Annicchiarico Barbara and Marini Giancarlo, CEIS Research Paper, 65, February 2005