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Model Platonism: Neoclassical economic thought in critical light
Abstract: This article is a translation of the original German text of Hans Albert's 1963 article titled ‘Modell-Platonismus. Der neoklassische Stil des ökonomischen Denkens in kritischerExpand
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Cooperation in Symmetric and Asymmetric Prisoner's Dilemma Games
We experimentally study the effect of asymmetry on cooperation in a 40 period prisoner's dilemma game in fixed partner design. We distinguish between a high and low payoff symmetric prisoner'sExpand
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Ostracism and the Provision of a Public Good - Experimental Evidence
We analyze the effects of ostracism on cooperation in a linear public good experiment with fixed partner design. Our results show that introducing ostracism increases contribution levels. DespiteExpand
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Strategic Underinvestment and Gas Network Foreclosure – the ENI Case
On 29 September 2010, the Commission adopted a commitment decision pursuant to Article 9 of Regulation 1/2003 against ENI Spa (ENI). With this decision the Commission made binding on ENI commitmentsExpand
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Excessive Prices
One of the most controversial theories of harm in competition law in general and within the category of exploitative abuses in particular is excessive prices. While many arguments have been givenExpand
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An Experimental Investigation of Article 82 Rebate Schemes
We conduct an experiment to test standard theoretical predictions concerning switching behavior in a rebate and a discount scheme. Beyond theoretical expectations we find that rebate and discountExpand
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The Idea of the Subsidiarity of Structural Remedies in European Competition Law (Zur Idee Der Subsidiarität Struktureller Maßnahmen Im Europäischen Wettbewerbsrecht)
The article discusses the legal basis for structural remedies under European Competition Law in light of the mainly German criticism of recent commitment decisions in the energy sector and inExpand
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Quo Vadis Antitrust Remedies
The effectiveness of any competition authorities' enforcement depends as much on the actual implementation of the adopted decisions as on the investigation of the infringements and the finding ofExpand
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The enduring relevance of the model Platonism critique for economics and public policy – Addendum
The article by Arnold and Maier-Rigaud contained incomplete information of the authors’ affiliation. The correct affiliation should be: IÉSEG School of Management (LEM-CNRS), Paris, France, OECDExpand
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The Role of Economics in Cartel Detection in Europe
In the wake of the successful implementation of leniency programs in and across the EU other instruments of cartel detection have become less prominent. In the period from 2002 to the end of 2005,Expand
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