Journals and Books

Giving consumers too many choices: a false good idea? A lab experiment on water and electricity tariffs

March 2021 In: European Journal of Law and Economics — Alexandre Mayol et Carine Staropoli Abstract Electricity and water tariffs are undergoing significant changes due to smart metering, retail competition,…

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Contract renewals, prices and deprivatizations: The case of water in France

January 2021 In: Applied Economics — Alexandre Mayol et Stéphane Saussier Abstract In this paper, we studied the influence of contract renewals on water prices in France. When studying French…

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Plural Governance for the Management of Local Public Services: An Empirical Investigation on the French Car Park Industry

December 2020 In: M@n@gement — Zoé Le Squeren Abstract This paper investigates the use of plural governance for the provision of local public services. Most of the studies conducted on…

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The economics of street-level prostitution in Paris during the ‘Belle Epoque’ (1870-1914)

June 2020 In: Applied Economics — Alexandre Frondizi and Simon Porcher Abstract How can districts become completely embedded in informal economies despite harsh state regulation? In this paper, we use qualitative and quantitative data…

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Use and abuse of regulated prices in electricity markets: “How to regulate regulated prices?”

June 2020 In: Journal of Economics & Management Strategy — David Martimort, Jérôme Pouyet and Carine Staropoli Abstract We consider the regulation of the tariffs charged by a public utility…

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Situation d’apprentissage et perception de la continuité pédagogique pendant la crise

May 2020 In: Le Libellio — Zoé Le Squeren, Xavier Weppe & Xavier Lecocq Introduction Dans notre article précédent (Weppe et al., 2020), il y a quelques semaines, nous avons…

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Le métier d’enseignant-chercheur au révélateur de la situation de crise

May 2020 In: Le Libellio — Xavier Weppe, Zoé Le Squeren, Xavier Lecocq Introduction L’ émergence et la diffusion planétaire du virus Covid-19, abréviation de « Corona Virus Disease 2019…

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Strengthening the Efficiency of Public Procurement

May 2020 In: Economía Industrial — Stéphane Saussier et Jean Tirole Abstract: Public procurement, the generic term used to refer to procurement contracts (traditional procurement), public service delegations (including concessions)…

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Plural Governance for the Management of Local Public Services: An Empirical Investigation on the French Car Park Industry

May 2020 In: M@n@gement — Zoé Le Squeren. Abstract: This paper investigates the use of plural governance for the provision of local public services. Most of the studies conducted on…

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When Utility Aggregations Fail to Deliver Cost Savings

March 2020 In: Network Industries Quarterly — Michael Klien. Abstract: There is growing evidence that utility aggregations do not necessarily lead to cost savings. In this paper I use a…

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