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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Deglobalization Scenarios: Who Wins? Who Loses?

    The process of globalization is being harshly criticized for a variety of reasons, but mostly because the income of large and/or vocal segments of the population of this and other countries is threatened by the dislocation and competition of trade and investment and by the inability or unwillingness of states...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Business And Politics: America, Europe, And The New Trade Order

    Over the last 60 years, the multilateral management of trade through the GATT and subsequently through the WTO has been led by the United States and Europe. Since the turn of the new millennium, however, developing countries have increasingly used their leverage to insist that talks on agriculture receive priority...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Inflation, Prices, And Information In Competitive Search

    The authors study the effects of inflation in a competitive search model where each buyer's utility is private information, and money is essential. The equilibrium is efficient at the Friedman rule, but inflation creates an inefficiency in the terms of trade. Buyers experience a preference shock after they are matched...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Classification of Phishers

    Phishing attackers masquerade as genuine senders and try to steal consumers' personal identity data and financial account credentials. In spite of aggressive efforts, technology companies have had limited success in restricting phishing attacks. Unfortunately the nature of phishing attacks changed over time from passive, such as password guessing and eavesdropping...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Offshoring And Foreign Direct Investment

    The authors analyze a two-country model of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and R&D-offshoring. Two firms, each of which is originally situated in only one of the two countries, first decide whether to build a plant abroad. Then, they decide whether to relocate R&D activities offshore. Finally, they engage in product-market...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Business And Politics: America, Europe, And The New Trade Order

    Over the last 60 years, the multilateral management of trade through the GATT and subsequently through the WTO has been led by the United States and Europe. Since the turn of the new millennium, however, developing countries have increasingly used their leverage to insist that talks on agriculture receive priority...

    Provided By Berkeley Electronic Press

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Inflation, Prices, And Information In Competitive Search

    The authors study the effects of inflation in a competitive search model where each buyer's utility is private information, and money is essential. The equilibrium is efficient at the Friedman rule, but inflation creates an inefficiency in the terms of trade. Buyers experience a preference shock after they are matched...

    Provided By Berkeley Electronic Press

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Offshoring And Foreign Direct Investment

    The authors analyze a two-country model of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and R&D-offshoring. Two firms, each of which is originally situated in only one of the two countries, first decide whether to build a plant abroad. Then, they decide whether to relocate R&D activities offshore. Finally, they engage in product-market...

    Provided By Berkeley Electronic Press

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Deglobalization Scenarios: Who Wins? Who Loses?

    The process of globalization is being harshly criticized for a variety of reasons, but mostly because the income of large and/or vocal segments of the population of this and other countries is threatened by the dislocation and competition of trade and investment and by the inability or unwillingness of states...

    Provided By Berkeley Electronic Press

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Classification of Phishers

    Phishing attackers masquerade as genuine senders and try to steal consumers' personal identity data and financial account credentials. In spite of aggressive efforts, technology companies have had limited success in restricting phishing attacks. Unfortunately the nature of phishing attacks changed over time from passive, such as password guessing and eavesdropping...

    Provided By Berkeley Electronic Press