This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 63 references in this bibliography folder.

Milliou, C (2009).
Endogenous protection of R&D investments
Canadian Journal of Economics, 42:184-205.

Banal-Estanol, A, Macho-Stadler, I, and Seldeslachts, J (2008).
Endogenous mergers and endogenous efficiency gains: The efficiency defence revisited
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 26(1):69-91.

Bartolini, D (2008).
Investment and merging strategies
Miscellaneous publication, mimeo.

Gugler, K and Siebert, R (2007).
Market power versus efficiency effects of mergers and research joint ventures: Evidence from the semiconductor industry
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 89(4):645-659.

Röller, L, Siebert, R, and Tombak, M (2007).
Why firms form (or do not form) RJVS
Economic Journal, 117(522):1122-1144.

Straume, OR (2006).
Managerial delegation and merger incentives with asymmetric costs
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (JITE), 162(3):450-469.

Vasconcelos, H (2006).
Endogenous mergers in endogenous sunk cost industries
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 24(2):227-250.

Aghion, PN, Blundell, R, Griffith, R, and Howitt, P (2005).
Competition and innovation: An inverted -U relationship
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 117:701-728.

Lerner, J and Tirole, J (2005).
The economics of technology sharing: Open source and beyond
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 19(2):99-120.

Moltó, M, Georgantzís, N, and Orts, V (2005).
Cooperative R&D with endogenous technology differentiation
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 14(2):461-476.

Wiethaus, L (2005).
Absorptive capacity and connectedness: Why competing firms also adopt identical R&D approaches
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 23(5-6):467-481.

Halmenschlager, C (2004).
R&D-cooperating laggards versus a technological leader
Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 13(8):717-732.

Lerner, J and Tirole, J (2004).
Efficient patent pools
American Economic Review, 94(3):691-711.

Giotakos, D, Petit, L, Garnier, G, and Luyck, PD (2001).
General Electric/Honeywell—An insight into the Commission’s investigation and decision
Competition Policy Newsletter, 3.

Goyal, S and Moraga-González, J (2001).
R&D networks
The RAND Journal of Economics, 32(4):686-707.

Horn, H and Persson, L (2001).
Endogenous mergers in concentrated markets
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 19:1213-1244.

Belleflamme, P (2000).
Stable coalition structures with open membership and asymmetric firms
Games and Economic Behavior, 30(1):1-21.

Kabiraj, T and Mukherjee, A (2000).
Cooperation in R&D and production: A three-firm analysis
Journal of Economics, 71(3):281-304.

Kamien, M and Zang, I (2000).
Meet me halfway: Research joint ventures and absorptive capacity
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 18(7):995-1012.

Ray, D and Vohra, R (1999).
A theory of endogenous coalition structure
Games of Economic Behaviour, 26:286-336.

Barros, P (1998).
Endogenous mergers and size asymmetry of merger participants
Economics Letters, 60(1):113-119.

Brod, A and Shivakumar, R (1997).
R&D cooperation and the joint exploitation of R&D
Canadian Journal of Economics, 30(3):673-684.

De Bondt, R (1997).
Spillovers and innovative activities
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 15(1):1-28.

Eaton, C and Eswaran, M (1997).
Technology-traditing coalitions in supergames
RAND Journal of Economics, 28(1):135-149.

Leahy, D and Neary, J (1997).
Public policy towards R&D in oligopolistic industries
American Economic Review, 87(4):642-662.