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Coalition Structure Generation with Worst Case Guarantees
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We present an algorithm that establishes a tight bound within this minimal amount of search, and show that any other algorithm would have to search strictly more. Expand
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Productivity and International Trade: Firm Level Evidence from a Small Open Economy
This paper presents a comprehensive description and analysis of the international trading activities of firms based on novel and detailed Swedish data. We provide robust evidence of selectionExpand
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The Sources of the Urban Wage Premium by Worker Skills
We estimate the respective importance of spatial sorting and agglomeration economies in explaining the urban wage premium for workers with different sets of skills. Sorting is the main source of theExpand
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Entry Costs and Adjustments on the Extensive Margin : an analysis of how familiarity breeds exports
Fixed entry costs play an important role to explain the heterogeneity among exporters in terms of the geographical scope of their export activities. Yet, the existing literature has paid littleExpand
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A comparison of nine PLS1 algorithms
Nine PLS1 algorithms were evaluated, primarily in terms of their numerical stability, and secondarily their speed. There were six existing algorithms: (a) NIPALS by Wold; (b) the non‐orthogonalizedExpand
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Leveled Commitment Contracts with Myopic and Strategic Agents
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In automated negotiation systems consisting of self-interested agents, contracts have traditionally been binding, i.e., impossible to breach. Expand
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Contract type sequencing for reallocative negotiation
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The capability to reallocate items-e.g. tasks, securities, bandwidth slices, MW hours of electricity, and collectibles-is a key feature in automated negotiation. Expand
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How does accessibility to knowledge sources affect the innovativeness of corporations?—evidence from Sweden
This paper studies the innovative performance of 130 Swedish corporations during 1993–1994. The number of patents per corporation is explained as a function of the accessibility to internal andExpand
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Location Attributes and Start‐ups in Knowledge‐Intensive Business Services
This paper examines start‐ups in knowledge‐intensive business services (KIBS) across Swedish regions by individuals with a formally recognized capacity to produce and develop advanced businessExpand
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Start-ups and employment dynamics within and across sectors
We use a decade of longitudinal data on start-ups and employment in Swedish regions to analyze the effect of start-ups on subsequent employment growth. We extend previous analyses by decomposing theExpand
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