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  1. A note on the different interpretation of the correlation parameters in the Bivariate Probit and the Recursive Bivariate Probit 

    Filippini, Massimo; Greene, William H.; Kumar, Nilkanth; et al. (2017)
    Economics Working Paper Series
    This note makes the point that, if a Bivariate Probit (BP) model is estimated on data arising from a Recursive Bivariate Probit (RBP) process, the resulting BP correlation parameter is a weighted average of the RBP correlation parameter and the parameter associated to the endogenous binary variable. Two corollaries follow this proposition: i) a zero correlation parameter in a BP model, usually interpreted as evidence of independence between ...
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  2. A methodology for observation-based measurement of accessibility 

    Hörl, Sebastian; Axhausen, Kay W. (2017)
    Arbeitsberichte Verkehrs- und Raumplanung
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  3. PW Verkehrsströme während des Eidgenössischen Schwing- und Älplerfest 2013 in Burgdorf 

    Dobler, Christoph; Axhausen, Kay W. (2013)
    Arbeitsberichte Verkehrs- und Raumplanung
    Working Paper
  4. PW Verkehrsströme während des Eidgenössischen Schwing- und Älplerfest 2013 in Burgdorf: Auswertung 

    Dobler, Christoph; Axhausen, Kay W. (2013)
    Arbeitsberichte Verkehrs- und Raumplanung
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  5. Impacts of the urban parking system on cruising traffic and policy development: The case of Zurich downtown area, Switzerland 

    Cao, Jin; Menendez, Monica; Waraich, Rashid A. (2017)
    SVT Working Paper
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  6. Election Security and Economics: It's all about Eve 

    Basin, David; Gersbach, Hans; Mamageishvili, Akaki; et al. (2017)
    ​Economics Working Paper Series
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  7. Making Sustainable Strategy in Complex Management Environments: Proposition for a Systemic and Practice-Oriented Methodology 

    Beck, Mathias; Schenker-Wicki, Andrea; Schönenberger, Lukas K. (2015)
    UZH Business Working Paper
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  8. Innovation outcomes and partner-type selection in R&D Alliances: The role of simultaneous diversification and sequential adaptation 

    Beck, Mathias; Lopes-Bento, Cindy (2016)
    UZH Business Working Paper Series
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  9. Cooperating with External Partners: The Importance of Diversity for Innovation Performance 

    Beck, Mathias; Schenker-Wicki, Andrea (2013)
    UZH Business Working Paper Series
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  10. Radical or incremental: Where does R&D policy hit? 

    Beck, Mathias; Lopes-Bento, Cindy; Schenker-Wicki, Andrea (2014)
    MSI
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  11. How managers can deal with complex issues: a semi-quantitative analysis method of causal loop diagrams based on matrices 

    Beck, Mathias; Schönenberger, Lukas K.; Schenker-Wicki, Andrea (2012)
    UZH Business Working Paper Series
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  12. Analysis of a terror network from a system dynamics perspective 

    Schönenberger, Lukas K.; Schenker-Wicki, Andrea; Beck, Mathias (2012)
    UZH Business Working Paper Series
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  13. On Skorokhod Embeddings and Poisson Equations 

    Döring, Leif; Gonon, Lukas; Prömel, David J.; et al. (2017)
    arXiv
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  14. Duality for pathwise superhedging in continuous time 

    Bartl, Daniel; Kupper, Michael; Prömel, David J.; et al. (2017)
    ​arXiv
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  15. A Short Note on Another Characterization of Prime Numbers 

    Mansour, Mohamed (2017)
    In [2] two new related characterizations of prime numbers were introduced. In this note a third characterization is introduced which leads to the same primness criterion as the one obtained from the arithmetic series of composites [1].
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  16. An Experimental Test of the Anscombe-Aumann Monotonicity Axiom 

    Schonger, Martin; Schneider, Florian (2017)
    Working Paper Series
    Most models of ambiguity aversion satisfy Anscombe-Aumann’s Monotonicity axiom. Monotonicity imposes separability of preferences across events that occur with unknown probability. We construct a test of Monotonicity by modifying the Allais paradox to a setting with both subjective and objective uncertainty. Two experimental studies are conducted: while study 1 uses U.S. online workers and a natural source of ambiguity, study 2 employs ...
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  17. New Characterization of Primes and its Consequences 

    Mansour, Mohamed (2017)
    A new characterization of a prime number as a sum of only two neighbouring natural numbers is established. The composite numbers are sums of two and also more neighbouring natural numbers. Another characterization as a difference between squares of two neighbouring natural numbers is dis cussed. A primeness criterion is derived as well as a method for decomposition of composite numbers
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  18. The Economic Cost of Carbon Abatement with Renewable Energy Policies 

    Abrell, Jan; Kosch, Mirjam; Rausch, Sebastian (2017)
    Working paper / CER-ETH
    This paper exploits the randomness and exogeneity of weather conditions to identify the economic cost of decarbonization through renewable energy (RE) support policies. We find that both the aggregate cost and the distribution of cost between energy producers and consumers vary significantly depending on which type of RE technology is promoted—reflecting substantial heterogeneity in production cost, temporal availability of natural ...
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  19. Semi-Flexible Majority Rules for Public Good Provision 

    Gersbach, Hans; Tejada, Oriol (2017)
    Working paper / CER-ETH
    We introduce a two-stage, multiple-round voting procedure where the thresholds needed for approval require a qualified majority and vary with the proposal on the table. We apply such a procedure to instances of public-good provision where the citizens’ valuations can take two values and are private. We show that the procedure elicits and aggregates the information about the valuations and implements the utilitarian optimal public good ...
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  20. Using a realistic social network to improve leisure destination choice simulation 

    Dubernet, Thibaut (2017)
    Arbeitsberichte Verkehrs- und Raumplanung
    In developed countries, in the last years, a continuous increase of the share of trips that are performed for leisure purposes could be observed. Various data sources further indicate that the most important motivation behind out-of-home leisure activities is social contact. On the other side, leisure remains very hard to model in simulation models, mainly because it depends highly on characteristics that are difficult to observe, such ...
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