Browsing All of EconStor by Author Shy, Oz

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1998Market structure and risk taking in the banking industryShy, Oz; Stenbacka, Rune
1998The market for electronic cash cardsShy, Oz; Tarkka, Juha
2001Stock exchange alliances, access fees and competitionShy, Oz; Tarkka, Juha
2004Price competition, business hours, and shopping time flexibilityShy, Oz; Stenbacka, Rune
2005Dynamic models of religious conformity and conversion: theory and calibrationShy, Oz
2009Efficient organization of production: Nested versus horizontal outsourcingShy, Oz; Stenbacka, Rune
2009Real estate brokers and commission: Theory and calibrationsShy, Oz
2010Who gains and who loses from credit card payments? Theory and calibrationsSchuh, Scott; Shy, Oz; Stavins, Joanna
2010Person-to-person electronic funds transfers: Recent developments and policy issuesShy, Oz
2010A short survey of network economicsShy, Oz
2011Account-to-account electronic money transfers: Recent developments in the United StatesShy, Oz
2011An economic analysis of the 2010 proposed settlement between the department of justice and credit card networksSchuh, Scott; Shy, Oz; Stavins, Joanna; Triest, Robert
2011Customer recognition and competitionShy, Oz; Stenbacka, Rune
2012Investment in customer recognition and information exchangeShy, Oz; Stenbacka, Rune
2012Who gains and who loses from the 2011 debit card interchange fee reform?Shy, Oz
2012Why don't most merchants use price discounts to steer consumer payment choice?Briglevics, Tamás; Shy, Oz
2013How many cards do you use?Shy, Oz
2013Window shoppingShy, Oz
2014Merchant steering of consumer payment choice: Evidence from a 2012 diary surveyShy, Oz; Stavins, Joanna
2016Taking "some" of the mimicry out of the adoption process: Quality management and strategic substitutionClougherty, Joseph A.; Grajek, Michał; Shy, Oz