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  1. Cannon--Thurston maps for CAT(0) groups with isolated flats 

    Cordes, Matthew; Beeker, Benjamin; Gardam, Giles; et al. (2018)
    Working Paper
  2. Rigidity at infinity for lattices in rank-one lie groups 

    Savini, Alessio (2018)
    Journal of Topology and Analysis
    Working Paper
  3. Making no-arbitrage discounting-invariant: a new FTAP beyond NFLVR and NUPBR 

    Bálint, Daniel; Schweizer, Martin (2018)
    Swiss Finance Institute Research Paper
    Working Paper
  4. Large financial markets, discounting, and no asymptotic arbitrage 

    Bálint, Daniel; Schweizer, Martin (2018)
    Swiss Finance Institute Research Paper
    Working Paper
  5. cISP: A Speed-of-Light Internet Service Provide 

    Bhattacherjee, Debopam; Jyothi, Sangeetha Abdu; Bozkurt, Ilker N.; et al. (2018)
    ArXiv
    Working Paper
  6. Distributed Learning over Unreliable Networks 

    Tang, Hanlin; Yu, Chen; Renggli, Cedric; et al. (2018)
    arxiv
    Working Paper
  7. Negotiating with frictions 

    Britz, Volker (2019)
    We consider bilateral non-cooperative bargaining on the division of a surplus. Compared to the canonical bargaining game in the tradition of Rubinstein, we introduce additional sources of friction into the bargaining process: Implementation of an agreement and consumption of the surplus can only begin at discrete points in time, such as the first day of a month, quarter, or year. Bargaining rounds are of non-trivial length, so that ...
    Working Paper
  8. On Banking Regulation and Lobbying 

    Gersbach, Hans; Papageorgiou, Stylianos (2019)
    Economics Working Paper Series
    We study the political economy of bank capital regulation from a positive and normative perspective. In a general equilibrium setting, capital requirements and lobbying contributions are determined as the outcome of bargaining between banks and politicians. We show that bankers and politicians agree on lobbying contributions and capital regulation that renders banks fragile, reducing efficiency and fairness. Consideration of all general ...
    Working Paper
  9. Incentive Pay for Policy-Makers 

    Britz, Volker; Ebrahimi, Afsoon; Gersbach, Hans (2018)
    Economics Working Paper Series
    We study how to efficiently motivate policy-makers to solve political multitask problems. Political multi-task problems typically have outcomes that are difficult to measure. Moreover, there are conflicts among citizens about optimal policies and the agents have the power to tax the citizens to invest in better outcomes of some tasks. We develop a political agency model with two tasks and only one measurable outcome. In such an ...
    Working Paper
  10. Cities of the future, visualizing climate change to inspire actions 

    Bastin, Jean-François; Clark, Emily; Elliott, Thomas; et al. (2018)
    bioRxiv
    Working Paper
  11. Forward-Invariance and Wong-Zakai Approximation for Stochastic Moving Boundary Problems 

    Keller-Ressel, Martin; Müller, Marvin S. (2018)
    We discuss a class of stochastic second-order PDEs in one space-dimension with an inner boundary moving according to a possibly non-linear, Stefan-type condition. We show that proper separation of phases is attained, i.e., the solution remains negative on one side and positive on the other side of the moving interface, when started with the appropriate initial conditions. To extend results from deterministic settings to the stochastic ...
    Working Paper
  12. Swelling inhibitors for anhydritic claystones 

    Flatt, Robert J.; Wangler, Timothy; Shahab, Amir R. (2017)
    Technical Report VSS
    Report
  13. Insights from Inside Neural Networks 

    Ferrario, Andrea; Noll, Alexander; Wüthrich, Mario V. (2018)
    We provide a tutorial that illuminates the aspects which need to be considered when fitting neural network regression models to claims frequency data in insurance. We discuss feature pre-processing, choice of loss function, choice of neural network architecture, class imbalance problem, as well as over-fitting. This discussion is based on a publicly available real car insurance data set.
    Working Paper
  14. SOM-VAE: Interpretable Discrete Representation Learning on Time Series 

    Fortuin, Vincent; Hüser, Matthias; Locatello, Francesco; et al. (2018)
    Working Paper
  15. The KOF Globalisation Index – Revisited 

    Gygli, Savina; Hälg, Florian; Potrafke, Niklas; et al. (2018)
    CESifo Working Paper
    We introduce the revised version of the KOF Globalisation Index, a composite index measuring globalization for every country in the world along the economic, social and political dimension. The original index was introduced by Dreher (2006) and updated in Dreher et al. (2008). This second revision of the index distinguishes between de facto and de jure measures along the different dimensions of globalization. We also disentangle trade and ...
    Working Paper
  16. Specification Mining for Smart Contracts with Automatic Abstraction Tuning 

    Guth, F.; Wüstholz, V.; Christakis, M.; et al. (2018)
    Report
  17. From Local to Global: A Unified Theory of Public Basic Research 

    Gersbach, Hans; Schetter, Ulrich; Schmassmann, Samuel (2018)
    We analyze public investment in basic research in a multi-country, multiindustry environment with international trade. In our economy, basic research generates ideas which private rms take up in applied research to develop new varieties. Such development requires industry-speci c know-how. A country's current specialization in international trade thus determines which ideas can be commercialized domestically. We demonstrate that the ...
    Working Paper
  18. Higher rank hyperbolicity 

    Kleiner, Bruce; Lang, Urs (2018)
    arXiv
    Working Paper
  19. Permission Inference for Array Programs 

    Dohrau, Jérôme; Summers, Alexander J.; Urban, Caterina; et al. (2018)
    arXiv
    Working Paper

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