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Prof. Dr. Bengt-Arne Wickström




Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
ehemals Leiter Institut für Finanzwissenschaft / Institute of Public Economics
Spandauer Str. 1
10178 Berlin
 
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Prof. Dr. Bengt-Arne Wickström

Schriftenverzeichnis / Publications

  1. Radio observations of filaments during the eclipses of September 11, 1969 and March 7, 1970 (with M. Simon). Solar Physics, 20 (1971) 122 – 129.

  2. On the major Slutsky properties when money is the sole medium of exchange (with R. Dusansky and P. J. Kalman). International Economic Review, 15 (1974) 718 – 728.

  3. An economic system with changeable preferances. Dissertation. State University of New York at Stony Brook (1975). 93 pages.

  4. A dynamic nonlinear constrained optimal replacement model (with P. J. Kalman). Naval Research Logistics Quarterly, 23 (1976) 639 – 651.

  5. Prepensely prejudicing preferences: Prologue to a probe of propaganda and proselytizing. American Economist, 23 (1979) 7 – 15.

  6. Price uncertainty, economies of scale and the competitive firm (with L. Thorlund-Petersen). Economics Letters, 9 (1982) 147 – 151.

  7. Income redistribution and the demand for social insurance. Social Insurance (L. Söderström, ed.). Amsterdam: North-Holland (1983) 21 – 33.

  8. Economic justice and economic power: An inquiry into distributional justice and political stability. Public Choice, 43 (1984) 225 – 249.

  9. Money and transaction costs under uncertainty (with R. Dusansky). European Journal of Political Economy / Europäische Zeitschrift für Politische Ökonomie, 1 (1985) 21 – 44.

  10. Free riders and band wagons: On the optimal supply of public goods. Public Goods and Public Allocation Policy (series: Staatliche Allokationspolitik im marktwirtschaftlichen System, vol. 14) (R. Pethig, ed.). Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang Verlag (1985) 41 – 61.

  11. Optimal majorities for decisions of varying importance. Public Choice, 48 (1986) 273 – 290.

  12. Comment on a comment. Public Choice, 48 (1986) 295 – 298.

  13. Transfers, collective goods and redistribution. Journal of Economics / Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie, Suppl. 5 (1986) 243 – 258.

  14. Steuer und Allokation. Wirtschaftspolitische Blätter, 33 (1986) 517 – 526.

  15. The growth of government and the rise of pressure groups. Efficiency, Institutions, and Economic Policy (R. Pethig and U. Schlieper, eds.). Berlin: Springer-Verlag (1987) 39 – 57.

  16. Ekonomiaj teorioj pri justeco. Scienca revuo, 39 (1988) 3 – 16.

  17. Comment: The speed limit as life saver. Essays in law and economics: Corporations, accident prevention and compensation for losses (M. Faure and R. Van den Bergh, eds.). Antwerpen: Maklu Uitgevers (1989) 157 – 162.

  18. The Norwegian social-security system: Present state and future prospects. Essays in law and economics: Corporations, accident prevention and compensation for losses (M. Faure and R. Van den Bergh, eds.). Antwerpen: Maklu Uitgevers (1989) 163 – 184.

  19. Decentralization and pressure-group activities. Optimal decisions in markets and planned economies (R. E. Quant and D. Tříska, eds.). Boulder: Westview Press (1990) 189 – 196.

  20. Comment: Public choice and the consumption tax. Heidelberg congress on taxing consumption (M. Rose, ed.). Berlin etc.: Springer-Verlag (1990) 240 – 243.

  21. Precedence, privilege, preferences, plus Pareto principle: Some examples on egalitarian ethics and economic efficiency. Public Choice, 73 (1992) 101 – 115.

  22. Politically stable pay-as-you-go pension systems: Why the social-insurance budget is too small in a democracy (with Johann K. Brunner). Journal of Economics / Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie, Suppl. 7 (1993) 177 – 190.

  23. Rent-seeking in different political environments. Governance by legal and economic measures (P. Andersen et al., eds.). Kopenhagen: GEC Gad (1993) 11 – 32.

  24. Symposium on: „Social Insurance Economics“ (editor). Journal of Population Economics, 8 (1995) 135 – 221.

  25. Equilibrium selection in linguistic games: Kial ni (ne) parolas esperanton? (with Werner Güth and Martin Strobel). Understanding Strategic Interaction: Essays in honor of Reinhard Selten (Wulf Albers et al., eds.). Berlin etc.: Springer-Verlag (1997) 257 – 269.

  26. Was ist Gerechtigkeit zwischen Generationen? Beziehungen zwischen Generationen (Ch. Badelt, ed.). Wien: Schriftenreihe des ÖIF, 4 (1997) 47 – 57.

  27. a) Kio estas kostoj kaj utilo de lingvouzo? La kostoj de la eŭropa lingva (ne-)komunikado (R. Selten, ed.). Rom: „Esperanto“ radikala asocio (1997) 5 – 13.
    b) Quali sono i costi e l’utilità dell’uso di una lingua? I costi della (non)communicazione linguistica europea (R. Selten, ed.). Rom: „Esperanto“ radikala asocio (1997) 5 – 13 (Italian translation of 27a).
    c) What are the costs and benefits of the use of a language? The costs of European linguistic (non)communication (R. Selten, ed.). Rom: „Esperanto“ radikala asocio (1997) 6 – 14 (English translation of 27a).

  28. Comment on „The politics of European federalism“. Constitutional law and economics of the European Union (D. Schmidtchen and R. Cooter, eds.). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (1997) 105 – 107.

  29. The use of scandals in the progress of society (with M. J. Holler). Homo oeconomicus, 16 (1999) 97 – 110.

  30. Regulation of natural monopoly: A public-choice perspective. Approaches to and Dilemmas in Economic Regulation: Politics, Economics and Dynamics (A. Midttun and E. Svindland, eds.). Houndmills and New York: Palgrave Publishers (2001) 55 – 73.

  31. The economic consequences of terror (editor, with T. Brück). European Journal of Political Economy, 20 (2004) 291 – 515.

  32. The economic consequences of terror: Guest editors’ introduction (with T. Brück). European Journal of Political Economy, 20 (2004) 293 – 300.

  33. Can bilingualism be dynamically stable? A simple model of language choice. Rationality and Society, 17 (2005) 81 – 115.

  34. Fairness, rights, and language rights: On the fair treatment of linguistic minorities. Public Economics and Public Choice: Contributions in Honor of Charles B. Blankart (P. Baake and R. Borck, eds.). Berlin: Springer (2007) 81 – 102.

  35. Ökonomie und Sprache. Interlinguistische Informationen, Beiheft 16 (2009) 137 – 156.

  36. Finanzpolitik und Schattenwirtschaft (series: Schriften des Vereins für Socialpolitik, vol. 324) (editor). Berlin: Duncker & Humblot (2010). 196 pages.

  37. Finanzpolitik und Unternehmensentscheidung (series: Schriften des Vereins für Socialpolitik, vol. 325) (editor). Berlin: Duncker & Humblot (2010). 260 pages.

  38. Lingvaj rajtoj kaj lingva justeco. La arto labori kune: Festlibro por Humphrey Tonkin (Detlev Blanke and Ulrich Lins, editors). Rotterdam: UEA (2010) 97 – 103.

  39. Öffentliche Finanzen, Fiskalwettbewerb, Nachhaltigkeit und soziale Wohlfahrt (series: Schriften des Vereins für Socialpolitik, vol. 330) (editor). Berlin: Duncker & Humblot (2011). 239 pages.

  40. Die Sprache als erneuerbare Ressource: Die Kapazität verschiedener Sprachen, fremde Elemente zu nostrifizieren. Florilegium interlinguisticum: Festschrift für Detlev Blanke zum 70. Geburtstag (Cyril Brosch and Sabine Fiedler, editors). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang (2011) 193 – 208.

  41. Language as a renewable resource: Import, dissipation, and absorption of innovations. International Journal of Computational Linguistics, 3(1) (2012) 32-52.

  42. The optimal Babel: An economic framework for the analysis of dynamic language rights. Constitutional economics and public institutions: Essays in honour of José Casas-Pardo. (series: New thinking in political economy.) (Fransisco Cabrillo and Miguel Puchades Navarro, editors). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (2012) xx – yy.