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Working papers from 2008

No. Title and author(s)
13/2008 A first cost benefit analysis of action to reduce deforestation (pdf, 374KB)
Chris Hope and Juan Carlos Castilla-Rubio
12/2008 Valuing the climate change impacts of tropical deforestation (pdf, 278KB)
Chris Hope
11/2008 Labour-management relations in the People's Republic of China: whither the 'harmonious society'? (pdf, 201KB)
Malcolm Warner and Ying Zhu
10/2008 Uncapacitated single and multiple allocation p-hub center problems (pdf, 367KB)
Andreas T. Ernst, Horst Hamacher, Houyuan Jiang, Mohan Krishnamoorthy and Gerhard Woeginger
09/2008 The strategic role of the plant in international networks: a longitudinal study (pdf, 169KB)
Ann Vereecke, Arnoud De Meyer and Roland Van Dierdonck
08/2008 Flexible strategy execution: a matter of options and capabilities
Ronald Klingebiel (please contact the author to request a copy of this paper)
07/2008 The negative side of motivation: the role of shame (pdf, 206KB)
Philip Stiles
06/2008 Value capture from organisational advantages and sustainable value creation (pdf, 400KB)
Christos Pitelis
05/2008 IB or not IB? A retro-pro-per-spective (pdf, 333KB)
Christos Pitelis
04/2008 How should investors value nuclear liabilities? (pdf, 288KB)
Simon Taylor
03/2008 Can compensation be strategic? A review of compensation management practice in leading multinational firms (pdf, 393KB)
Jonathan Trevor
02/2008 Privatising national oil companies: assessing the impact on firm performance (pdf, 381KB)
Christian Wolf and Michael Pollitt
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01/2008 The role of medical professionals in top management teams of healthcare organisations: an economic model (pdf, 387KB)
Ludwig Kuntz and Stefan Scholtes

Other working papers by members of our Faculty

Published by the University of Cambridge Electricity Policy Working Group

No. Title and author(s)
29/2008 Supply function equilibria: step functions and continuous representations
Pär Holmberg, David Newbery and Daniel Ralph
28/2008 Current legal and institutional frameworks for investing in lower carbon electricity in China
Xi Liang, David Reiner and Karsten Neuhoff
27/2008 Does weather explain the cost and quality? An analysis of UK electricity distribution companies
William Yu, Tooraj Jamasb and Michael Pollitt
22/2008 Evaluating government's policies on promoting smart metering in retail electricity markets via agent based simulation
Tao Zhang and William J. Nuttall
20/2008 Ownership unbundling in electricity distribution: empirical evidence from New Zealand
Paul Nillesen and Michael Pollitt
19/2008 Divestiture policy and operating efficiency in U.S. electric power distribution
John Kwoka, Sanem Ozturk and Michael Pollitt
18/2008 Metapolicy options for energy in England
Victoire Maugis and William J. Nuttall
17/2008 Using regulatory benchmarking techniques to set company performance targets: the case of US electricity
Paul Nillesen and Michael Pollitt
14/2008 Financing the nuclear renaissance
William J. Nuttall and Simon Taylor
11/2008 The future of electricity (and gas) regulation
Michael G. Pollitt
08/2008 Nuclear power and deregulated electricity markets: lessons from British Energy
Simon Taylor
07/2008 Energy supply, risk and justice: regulatory strategies for an era of limited trust
John S. Ash
06/2008 Productivity and efficiency of US gas transmission companies: a European regulatory perspective
Tooraj Jamasb, Michael G. Pollitt and Thomas Triebs
04/2008 Modelling the costs of non-conventional oil: a case study of Canadian bitumen
Aurélie Méjean and Chris Hope
01/2008 A looming rhetorical gap: a survey of public communications activities for carbon dioxide capture and storage technologies
David M. Reiner