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A mimetic perspective on conflict resolution
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2009) 
Minimal element theorems and Ekeland's principle with set relations
(YOKOHAMA PUBL, 2006)We present two existence principles for minimal points of subsets of the product space X × 2Y, where X stands for a separated uniform space and Y a topological vector space. The two principles are distinct with respect to ... 
Minimal elements for product orders
(2008)The aim of the present article is to generalize several results of 19 for product spaces X × V, where X is a complete metric space and V is a Banach space and to give considerably simplified proofs. Moreover, we discuss ... 
Minimum Wage and Tax Evasion: Theory and Evidence
(Elsevier, 2011)This paper examines the interaction between minimum wage legislation and tax evasion by employed labor. I develop a model in which fi rms and workers may agree to report less than the true amount of earnings to the fiscal ... 
A Minty variational principle for set optimization
(Elsevier, 2015)Extremal problems are studied involving an objective function with values in (order) complete lattices of sets generated by so called set relations. Contrary to the popular paradigm in vector optimization, the solution ... 
Miserable Migrants? Natural Experiment Evidence on International Migration and Objective and Subjective WellBeing
(PERGAMONELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD, 2015)We compare successful and unsuccessful applicants to a migration lottery in order to examine the impact of migration on objective and subjective wellbeing. The results show that international migration brings large ... 
Model Selection Confidence Sets by Likelihood Ratio Testing
(2017)The traditional activity of model selection aims at discovering a single model superior to other candidate models. In the presence of pronounced noise, however, multiple models are often found to explain the same data ... 
Modeling dependent credit rating transitions  a comparison of coupling schemes and empirical evidence
(2016)Three coupling schemes for generating dependent credit rating transitions are compared and empirically tested. Their distributions, the corresponding variances and default correlations are characterized. Using Standard and ... 
Modeling dependent credit rating transitions: a comparison of coupling schemes and empirical evidence
(2015)Three coupling schemes for generating dependent credit rating transitions are compared and empirically tested. Their distributions, the corresponding variances and default correlations are characterized. Using Standard and ... 
The moderating effects of decisionmaking preferences on M&A integration speed and performance
(2016)This paper illustrates the effects of postmerger integration speed on M&A performance and the moderating role of decisionmaking preferences. For a better understanding of the effects of integration speed, we separate ... 
Modularity in ontologies
(IOS Press, 2012) 
Moonlighting Politicians: Motivation Matters!
(2016)We study selfselection into politics and effort once in office of citizens with different abilities and motivations in a framework where moonlighting is allowed. We find that highability motivated (publicfit) politicians ... 
Moral hazard in financial markets: Inefficient equilibria and monetary policies
(Confindustria, Centro Studi, 2006)This paper presents a moral hazard model of financing in which borrowers adopt two modes of finance, either issuing bonds or applying for bank loans. The bond rate is set by the borrowers, while the loan rate is chosen by ... 
Morse index estimates for quasilinear equations on Riemannian manifolds
(2011)This work deals with Morse index estimates for a solution u is an element of H(1)(p)(M) of the quasilinear elliptic equation div(g) ((alpha + del u(2)(g))((p2)/2)del u,) = h(x,u), where (M, g) is a compact, Riemannian ... 
Motivation mechanisms for participation in humandriven semantic content creation
(2011)In the last few years, semantic technologies are continuously maturing and many applications are adopted in various field. To take a step towards overcoming the knowledge acquisition bottleneck, the challenge of generating ... 
Moving to opportunity, leaving behind what? Evaluating the initial effects of a migration policy on incomes and poverty in source areas
(Taylor & Francis, 2007)Emigration to New Zealand and consequent remittance inflows are dominant features of many Pacific Island countries. Evaluating the effect of these people and money flows on incomes and poverty in the Pacific is potentially ...