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|2010 ||Dynamical systems forced by shot noise as a new paradigm in the interest rate modeling||Baranovski, Alexander L.
|2001 ||The labor-supply elasticity and borrowing constraints: Why estimates are biased||Domeij, David / Flodén, Martin
|2005 ||Measuring business sector concentration by an infection model||Düllmann, Klaus
|2012 ||Structured Additive Regression Models: An R Interface to BayesX||Umlauf, Nikolaus / Adler, Daniel / Kneib, Thomas / Lang, Stefan / Zeileis, Achim
|2014 ||Incorporating responsiveness to marketing efforts in brand choice modeling||Fok, Dennis / Paap, Richard / Franses, Philip Hans
|2014 ||Referee bias and stoppage time in Major League Soccer: A partially adaptive approach||Yewell, Katherine G. / Caudill, Steven B. / Mixon, Franklin G.
|2001 ||Do R&D subsidies matter? Evidence for the German service sector||Czarnitzki, Dirk / Fier, Andreas
|2008 ||Who Gets the Money? The Dynamics of R&D Project Subsidies in Germany||Aschhoff, Birgit
|2002 ||Do Innovation Subsidies Crowd Out Private Investment? Evidence from the German Service Sector||Czarnitzki, Dirk / Fier, Andreas
|2009 ||The effect of subsidies on R&D investment and success: do subsidy history and size matter?||Aschhoff, Birgit