SCIENTIFIC PAPERS

Unpublished papers

Olivier Gergaud and Victor Ginsburgh, Evaluating the Economic Effects of Cultural Events, January 2014

Carla Biset Betchikou, Antonio Estache and Victor Ginsburgh, Happiness and music, May 2013.

Victor Ginsburgh and Sheila Weyers, Nominees, winners and losers, November 2012.

Victor Ginsburgh, The Economics of Art and Culture, June 2012.

Patrick Legros and Victor Ginsburgh, The economics of copyright levies on hardware, March 2011.

Victor Ginsburgh, Pierre Pestieau and Sheila Weyers, Is it worth producing remakes, April 2005, revised November 2006.

Jan Fidrmuc, Victor Ginsburgh and Shlomo Weber, Ever closer Union, or Babylonian discord? The official language problem in the European Union, November 2006

Mathias Dewatripont, Victor Ginsburgh Patrick Legros, Alexis Walckiers, Jean-Pierre Devroey, Marianne Dujardin, Françoise Vandooren, Pierre Dubois, Jérôme Foncel, Marc Ivaldi, Dominique Heusse, Sudy on the economic and the technical evolution of the scientific publication market in Europe,  Report commissioned by DG-Research, EC, January 2006. http://ec.europa.eu/research/science-society/pdf/scientific-publication-study_en.pdf


Published papers

Papers numbered from 7 to 67 are often the property of publishers and since there were no desk computers at the time, there is no electronic manuscript available. Just send me an email, with the number and the title of the paper, and I will send you the paper by email. My address is vginsbur@ulb.ac.be.
 
 7. Victor Ginsburgh and Alain Van Peeterssen, Un algorithme de programmation quadratique en variables binaires, Revue Française d'Informatique et de Recherche Opérationnelle 5 (1969), 57-74.

10. Victor Ginsburgh, A further note on the derivation of quarterly figures consistent with annual data, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Applied Statistics 3 (1973), 368-74.

11. Victor Ginsburgh, The Common Market economies: independence or interdependence, European Economic Review 3 (1973), 289-91.

12. Victor Ginsburgh and Pierre Hansen, Procedures for the reduction of errors in road network data, Operational Research Quarterly 25 (1974), 321-22.

15. Mohammed Cherif and Victor Ginsburgh, Interdependence among the EEC countries: an unconventional view, European Economic Review 8 (1976), 71-86.

18. Victor Ginsburgh and Jean Waelbroeck, Computational experience with a large general equilibrium model of the world economy, in J. Los and M. Los, eds., Computing Equilibria: How and Why, Amsterdam: North Holland, 1976, 257-69.

21. Victor Ginsburgh and Jean Waelbroeck, A note on the simultaneous stability of tâtonnement processes for computing equilibria, International Economic Review 20 (1979), 376-80.

24. Victor Ginsburgh, Asher Tishler and Israel Zang, Alternative estimation methods for two regime models: a mathematical programming  approach, European Economic Review 13 (1980), 207-28.

25. Victor Ginsburgh and Pierre Pestieau, Local government expenditures in Belgium: do political distinctions matter, European Journal for Political Research 9 (1981), 167-79.

29. Victor Ginsburgh and Philippe Michel, Democracy and dynamic welfare optima, Economics Letters 9 (1982), 315-18.

30. Bruno Frey, Victor Ginsburgh, Pierre Pestieau, Werner Pommerehne and Fritz Schneider, Consensus, dissension and ideology among economists in various European countries and in the U.S., European Economic Review 23 (1983), 59-69.

31. Victor Ginsburgh and Philippe Michel, Random timing of elections and the political business cycle, Public Choice 40 (1983), 155-64.

32. Victor Ginsburgh and Jean Waelbroeck, Generalized tâtonnement and the solution of economic models, Economic Record 59 (1983), 111-17.

41. André de Palma, Victor Ginsburgh, Yorgo Papageorgiou and Jacques Thisse, The principle of minimum differentiation holds under sufficient heterogeneity, Econometrica 53 (1985), 767-81.

42. Yves Mertens and Victor Ginsburgh, Product differentiation and discrimination in the European Community: the case of automobiles, Journal of Industrial Economics 34 (1985), 151-66.

43. Victor Ginsburgh, Yorgo Papageorgiou and Jacques Thisse, On the existence and stability of spatial equilibria and steady states, Regional Science and Urban Economics 15 (1985), 149-58.

44. Marie-Christine Adam and Victor Ginsburgh, The effects of irregular markets on macroeconomic policy: some estimates for Belgium, European Economic Review 29 (1985), 15-33 (with M.C. Adam).

45. Victor Ginsburgh Pierre-Yves Hénin and Philippe Michel, A dual decision approach to disequilibrium growth, Oxford Economic Papers 37 (1985), 353-61.

46. Victor Ginsburgh and Ludo Van der Heyden, General equilibrium with wage rigidities: an application to Belgium, Mathematical Programming Study 23 (1985), 23-39.

53. Victor Ginsburgh, Pierre Pestieau and Jacques Thisse, A spatial model of competition with electoral and ideological objectives, in A. Ghosh and G. Rushton, eds., Spatial Analysis of Location Allocation Models, New-York: Van Nostrand, 1987,  101-17.

54. Simon Erlich, Victor Ginsburgh and Ludo Van der Heyden, Where do real wage policies lead Belgium: a general equilibrium  analysis, European Economic Review 31 (1987), 1369-83.

55. André de Palma, Victor Ginsburgh and Jacques Thisse, On existence of location equilibria in the 3-firm Hotelling problem, Journal of Industrial Economics 36 (1987), 245-52.

57. Jacqueline Boucher, Victor Ginsburgh, Yves Smeers and Alex Svoronos, Introducing Realistic Savings Patterns in Intertemporal Models, Operations Research Letters 6 (1987), 211-19.

60. Victor Ginsburgh and Philippe Michel, Adjustment costs, concentration and price behaviour, Journal of Industrial Economics 36 (1988), 477-81.

61. Victor Ginsburgh and Ludo Van der Heyden, On extending the Negishi approach to computing equilibria: the case of government price support policies, Journal of Economic Theory 44 (1988), 168-78.

65. Russell Davidson, Mathias Dewatripont, Victor Ginsburgh and Martine Labbé, On the welfare effects of anti-discrimination regulations in the EC car market, International Journal of Industrial Organization 7 (1989), 205-230.

67. André de Palma, Victor Ginsburgh, Martine Labbé and Jacques Thisse, Competitive location under random utilities, Transportation Science 23 (1989), 244-253.

70. Victor Ginsburgh and Henri Sneessens, Structural shocks and investment subsidies in an overlapping generations model with perfect foresight, in J. Gabszewicz, J.-F. Richard and L. Wolsey, eds., Economic Decision Making: Games, Econometrics and Optimization, Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1990, 115-130.

73. Victor Ginsburgh, Philippe Michel and Philippe Moes, Quantity adjustment costs and price stickiness, Economics Letters 36 (1991), 121-125.

77. Victor Ginsburgh and Nicolas Schwed, Price trends for Old Masters drawings, The Art Newspaper, September 1992.

80. Laure Dorchy and Victor Ginsburgh, Price trends for English and French silver, Arts, Antiques, Auctions 240 (1993), 152-155.

82. Natalie Buelens and Victor Ginsburgh, Revisiting Baumol's "Art as floating crap game, European Economic Review 37 (1993), 1351-1371.

83. Victor Ginsburgh, In the Cournot-Walras general equilibrium model, there may be 'more to gain' by changing the numeraire than by eliminating imperfections; a two-good economy example, in J. Mercenier and T. N. Srinivasan, eds., Applied General Equilibrium and Economic Development, Wisconsin University Press, 1994, 217-224.

85. Simon Anderson and Victor Ginsburgh, Price discrimination via second-hand markets, European Economic Review 38 (1994), 23-44.

86. Madeleine de la Barre, Sophie Docclo and Victor Ginsburgh, Returns of Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary European painters, 1962-1991, Annales d'Economie et de Statistique 35 (1994), 143-181.

90. Victor Ginsburgh, Price Discrimination in the EC car market, Cahiers du CERO 36 (1994), 153-181.

91. Victor Ginsburgh and Philippe Jeanfils, Long-term comovements in international markets for paintings, European Economic Review 38 (1995), 538-548.

93. Victor Ginsburgh and Maximilien de Limburg-Stirum, The fall from favour of Symbolist art and its recovery, The Art Newspaper, October 199.

94. Victor Ginsburgh, Techniques de production, réputation et qualité des vins, essais économétriques sur les vins rouges du Haut-Médoc, in Les Arts du Vin, Bruxelles: Crédit Communal, 1995, 227-241.

95. Renato Flores and Victor Ginsburgh, The Queen Elisabeth Musical Competition, How fair is the final ranking, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (The Statistician), 45 (1996), 97-104.

96. Olivier Chanel, Louis-André Gérard-Varet and Victor Ginsburgh, The relevance of hedonic price indices. The case of paintings, Journal of Cultural Economics 20 (1996), 1-24.

97. Albert Di Vittorio et Victor Ginsburgh, Des enchères comme révélateurs du classement des vins, Journal de la Société Statistique de Paris 137 (1996), 19-49.

98. Corinna Czujack, Renato Flores and Victor Ginsburgh, On long-run price comovements between paintings and prints on international markets, in V. Ginsburgh and P.M. Menger, eds., Economics of the Arts. Selected Essays, Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1996.

99. Victor Ginsburgh and Shlomo Weber, On the efficiency of retaliation rules in international trade, Annales d'Economie et de Statistique 47 (1997), 51-63.

100. Victor Ginsburgh and Françolis Mairesse, Defining a museum, suggestions for an alternative approach, Museum Management and Curatorship 16 (1997), 15-33.

101. Victor Ginsburgh and Anne-Françoise Penders, Land art and markets, an analysis of works sold at auction 1972-1992, Journal of Cultural Economics 21 (1997), 219-228.

102. Victor Ginsburgh, Le droit de suite: principe et réalité, in Comité des Galeries d'Art, ed., Les Galeries d'Art en France Aujourd'hui, Paris: L'Harmattan, 1997.

103. Victor Ginsburgh and Philippe Michel, Optimal policy business cycles, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 22 (1998), 503-518.

104. Victor Ginsburgh and Patrick Waelbroeck, The EC and real estate rents in Brussels, Regional Science and Urban Economics 28 (1998), 497-511.

105. Victor Ginsburgh, Absentee bidders and the declining price anomaly in wine auctions, Journal of Political Economy 106 (1998), 1302-1322.

108. Simon Anderson and Victor Ginsburgh, Price discrimination with costly consumer arbitrage, Review of International Economics 7 (1999), 126-139.

110. Renato Flores, Victor Ginsburgh and Philippe Jeanfils, Long and short-term portfolios of paintings, Journal of Cultural Economics 23 (1999), 193-210.

111. Victor Ginsburgh and Sheila Weyers, On the perceived quality of movies, Journal of Cultural Economics 23 (1999), 269-283.

112. Luc Bauwens and Victor Ginsburgh, Art experts and auctions: are pre-sale estimates unbiased and fully informative, Recherches Economiques de Louvain 66 (2000), 131-144.

113. Victor Ginsburgh and Philippe Liégeois, Vieillissement démographique et dette publique: aspects macroéconomiques, in P. Pestieau, B. Cantillon, L. Gevers, V. Ginsburgh et E. Schokkaert, eds., Réflexions sur l'avenir de nos retraites, Leuven: Garant, 2000.

114. Victor Ginsburgh, Théorèmes de point fixe et applications, in C. Jessua, C. Labrousse et D. Vitry, eds., Dictionnaire des Sciences Economiques, Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 2001, 684-689.

115. Audrey Bossuyt, Laurence Broze and Victor Ginsburgh, On invisible trade relations between Mesopotamian cities during the third millenium B.C., The Professional Geographer 53 (2001), 374-383.

116. Victor Ginsburgh, Economics of Arts and Culture in Neil Smelser and Paul Baltes, International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioural Sciences, Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2001, 758-764.

117. Victor Ginsburgh and Shlomo Weber, Product lines and price discrimination in the European car market, The Manchester School 70 (2002), 101-114.

118. Victor Ginsburgh and Sheila Weyers, De Piles, drawing and color. An essay in quantitative art history, Artibus et Historiae 45 (2002), 191-203.

119. Victor Ginsburgh and Sheila Weyers, Does the motion picture industry have the television it deserves, Matrix 1 (2002), 93-108.

120. Françoise Benhamou and Victor Ginsburgh, Is there a market for copies, Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society 32 (2002), 37-55.

124. Victor Ginsburgh and Jan Van Ours, Expert opinion and compensation: evidence from a musical competition, American Economic Review 93 (2003), 289-298.

126. Victor Ginsburgh and Israel Zang, The museum pass game and its value, Games and Economic Behavior 43 (2003), 322-325.

127. Victor Ginsburgh, Awards, success and aesthetic quality in the arts, Journal of Economic Perspectives 17 (2003), 99-111.

128. Victor Ginsburgh and Israel Zang, Allocating the subscription income of museum passes, The Journal of Museum Management and Curatorship 19 (2001), 371-383.

130. Victor Ginsburgh, Languages, Genes, and Cultures, Journal of Cultural Economics 29 (2005), 1-17.

131. Victor Ginsburgh and Shlomo Weber, Language disenfranchisement in the European Union, Journal of Common Market Studies 43 (2005), 273-286.

132. Victor Ginsburgh, Ignacio Ortuno-Ortin and Shlomo Weber, Disenfranchisement in linguistically diverse societies. The case of the European Union, Journal of the European Economic Association 3 (2005), 946-965.

134. Jan Fidrmuc, Victor Ginsburgh and Shlomo Weber, Le français, deuxième langue de l'Union Européenne, Economie Publique 15 (2004), 43-63.

135. Olivier Gergaud et Victor Ginsburgh, La qualité des vins de Bordeaux se résume-t-elle uniquement à celle de son terroir?, La Journée Vinicole 21381, 29 avril 2005, 13-15.

136. Victor Ginsburgh and Sheila Weyers, Persistence and fashion in art: The Italian Renaissance from Vasari to Berenson and beyond, Poetics 34 (2006), 24-44.

137. Victor Ginsburgh and Sheila Weyers, Comparing artistic values. The example of movies, Empirical Studies of the Arts 24 (2006), 163-175.

138. Victor Ginsburgh and Shlomo Weber,  La dynamique des langues en Belgique, Regards Economiques 42, Juin 2006.

139. Victor Ginsburgh and Sheila Weyers, Creation and life cycles of artists, Journal of Cultural Economics 30 (2006), 91-107.

140. Victor Ginsburgh, Jian-Ping Mei and Michael Moses, On the computation of art indices in art, in Victor Ginsburgh and David Throsby, eds.,  Handbook of the Economics of Art and Culture, Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2006, 948-979.

141. Françoise Benhamou and Victor Ginsburgh, Copies of artworks. The case of paintings and prints, in Victor Ginsburgh and David Throsby,  eds., Handbook of the Economics of Art and Culture, Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2006, 253-284.

142. Victor Ginsburgh and Jan Van Ours, On organizing a sequential auction. Results of a natural experiment by Christie's, Oxford Economic Papers 59 (2007), 1-15.

143 Victor Ginsburgh, The economic consequences of droit de suite in the European Union, in R. Towse, ed., Recent Developments in Cultural Economics, Edward Elgar, 2007.

144. Cédric Ceulemans and Victor Ginsburgh and , A propos du répertoire des orchestres symphoniques belges de 1960 à 2005, Revue Belge de Musicologie, LXI (2007), 225-238.

145. Victor Ginsburgh and Shlomo Weber,  La connaissance des langues en Belgique, Reflets et Perspectives de la Vie Economique, 46 (2007), 33-43.

146. Jan Fidrmuc and Victor Ginsburgh, Languages in the European Union: The quest for equality and its cost, European Economic Review 51 (2007), 1351-1369.

147. Victor Ginsburgh, Ignacio Ortuno-Ortin and Shlomo Weber, Learning foreign languages. Theoretical and empirical implications of the Selten and Pool model, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 64(2007), 337-347.

148. Mathias Dewatripont, Patrick Legros, Victor Ginsburgh and Alexis Walckiers Pricing of scientific journals and market power, Journal of the European Economic Association, Papers and Proceedings 5 (2007), 400-410.

149. Victor Ginsburgh and Israël Zang, Bundling by competitors and the sharing of profits, Economics Bulletin 12 (2007), 1-9

150. Victor Ginsburgh and Juan Prieto, La prima salarial de las lenguas extranjeras en el mercado de trabajo espanol, Cuadernos Economicos del ICE 74 (2007), 129-146 .

151. Victor Ginsburgh and Sheila Weyers, Quantitative approaches to valuation in the arts, with an application to movies, in Michael Hutter and David Throsby, eds., Beyond Price. In Search of Cultural Value, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008.

152. Olivier Gergaud and Victor Ginsburgh, Endowments, production technologies and the quality of wines in Bordeaux. Does terroir matter?, The Economic Journal, 118 (2008), F142-F157.

153. Victor Ginsburgh and Abdul Noury, The Eurovision Song Contest. Is voting political or cultural, European Journal of Political Economy, 24(2008), 41-52.

154. Victor Ginsburgh et Sheila Weyers, Consensus ou diversité: Une mise en perspective de la critique littéraire en France, in X. Greffe et N. Sonnac, eds., Culture Web: Création, Contenus, Economie numérique, Paris: Dalloz, 2008.

155. Henry Bounameaux and Victor Ginsburgh, The Belgian art market, in James Goodwin, ed., A Guide to International Art Markets, Kogan Page, 2008.

156. Luc Champarnaud, Victor Ginsburgh and Philippe Michel, Can public arts education replace arts subsidization?, Journal of Cultural Economics 32 (2008), 109-126.

157. Mathias Dewatripont, Victor Ginsburgh, Patrick Legros et Alexis Walckiers, Edition scientifique et pouvoir de marché in J. Schopfel, ed., Les publications scientifiques: analyse et perspectives, Paris: Lavoisier Hermes Science Publications, 2008.

158. Victor Ginsburgh, A propos des effets néfastes de certains droits d'auteurs : le droit de suite et quelques autres, Revue de Droit de l'Université Libre de Bruxelles, 36 (2008), 93-113.

159. Victor Ginsburgh and Shlomo Weber, Multiligualism, in L. Blume and S. Durlauf, eds, The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, forthcoming.

160. Victor Ginsburgh and Sheila Weyers, On the contemporaneousness of Roger de Piles' Balance des Peintres, in J. Amariglio, S. Cullenberg and J. Childers, eds., The Aesthetics of Value, London: Routledge, forthcoming.

161. Victor Ginsburgh, François Mairesse et Shleia Weyers, De la narration à la consécration,  l'exemple de la peinture flamande de Van Eyck à Rubens, Histoire et Mesure 23 (2008), 145-176.

162. Jan Fidrmuc, Victor Ginsburgh and Shlomo Weber, Voting on the choice of core languages in the European Union, European Journal of Political Economy 25 (2009), 56-62.

163. Victor Ginsburgh, Michel Hambersin et Robert Plasman, Le public d'Ars Musica, in S. Martin, ed., Ars Musica, 20 ans d'aventures musicales, Wavre: Mardaga, 2009.

164. Shlomo Weber, Jean Gabzsewicz, Victor Ginsburgh, Alexei Savvateev and A. Philatov, Linguistic diversity and its impact on economic policy and political decisions (in Russian), Journal of New Economic Association  3-4 (2009), 28-53.

165. Jan Fidrmuc, Victor Ginsburgh and Shlomo Weber, Can the provisions of the Lisbon Treaty help alleviating the burden of multilingualism in Europe? Some Possible Scenarios, in D. Hanf, K. Malacek, E. Muir, eds., Langues et construction européenne, Bruxelles: PIE/Lang, 2010.

166. Tom Coupé, Victor Ginsburgh and Abdul Noury, Are leading papers of better quality? Evidence from a natural experiment, Oxford Economic Papers 61 (2010), 1-11.

167. Victor Ginsburgh and Sheila Weyers, On the formation of canons: The dynamics of narratives in art history, Empirical Studies of the Arts 28 (2010), 37-72.

168. André Farber et Victor Ginsburgh, Crise financière et normes comptables, Reflets et Perspectives XLIX (2010), 23-30 (with A. Farber).

169. Victor Ginsburgh, Patrick Legros and Nicolas Sahuguet, On the incidence of commissions in auction markets, International Journal of Industrial Organization 28 (2010), 639-644.

170. Victor Ginsburgh and Juan Prieto-Rodriguez, Returns to foreign languages of native workers in the EU, Industrial and Labor Relations Review 64 (2011), 599-618 .

171. Jean Gabszewicz, Victor Ginsburgh and Shlomo Weber, Bilingualism and Communicative Benefits, Annales d'Economie et de Statistique, forthcoming.

172. Cédric Ceulemans, Victor Ginsburgh and Patrick Legros, Rock and Roll Bands, (In)complete Contracts and Creativity, American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings 2011, 101:3, 217–221.

173. Jean Gabszewicz, Victor Ginsburgh, Didier Lausse and Shlomo Weber, Foreign language acquisition: self learning and linguistic schools, Review of Network Economics 10 (2011), Article 1.

174. Victor Ginsburgh, Où il est question d'Italo Calvino, de tulipes, de mariages et de quelques autres, Revue Economique 62 (2011),  765-772.

175. Victor Ginsburgh, Shlomo Weber and Sheila Weyers, The economics of literary translation. A simple theory and evidence, Poetics 39 (2011) 228–246.

176. Victor Ginsburgh , Droit de suite, in R. Towse, ed., A Handbook of Cultural Economics, 2nd edition, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011.

177. Victor Ginsburgh et Sheila Weyers, De l'(in)efficacité des concours et des prix, in D. Lories, ed., L'art en valeurs, 2011.

178. Victor Ginsburgh and François Mairesse, The economics of art history, in T. Lenain, H. Locher, A. Pinotti, M. Rampley, Ch. Schoell-Glass, and K. Zijlmans, eds., Art History and Visual Studies in Europe. A Handbook, Leiden: Brill, 2011.

179. Olivier Gergaud, Victor Ginsburgh and Florine Livat, Success: Talent, intelligence or beauty? Economics Bulletin 32 (2012) 3120-3127.

180.Victor Ginsburgh and Israel Zang, Shapley ranking of wines, The Journal of Wine Economics 7 (2012), 169-180.

181. Victor Ginsburgh and François Mairesse, Issues in the international market for cultural heritagein I. Rizzo and A. Mignosa, eds., A Handbook of the Economics of Cultural Heritage, Cheltenham, U.K.: Edward Elgar, forthcoming.

182. Victor Ginsburgh, Andras Monzak and Muriel Monzak, Red wines of Médoc. What is wine tasting worth? The Journal of Wine Economics, forthcoming.

183. Victor Fernando-Blanco, Victor Ginsburgh, Juan Prieto-Rodriguez and Sheila Weyers, As good as it gets? Blockbusters and the inequality of box office results since 1950,  in J. Kaufman and D. Simonton, eds.,  The Social Science of the Cinema,  Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

184. Victor Ginsburgh, Mark Blaug and the Economics of the Arts, in Marcel Boumans and Matthias Klaes., eds., Mark Blaug: Rebel With Many Causes, Edward Elgar, forthcoming.

185. Victor Ginsburgh and Sheila Weyers, Evaluating excellence in the arts, in Dean Simonton, ed., The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Genius, Wiley-Blackwell, forthcoming.

186. Victor Ginsburgh and Juan Prieto-Rodriguez, Is there a gender bias in the use of foreign languages in Europe?, Kyklos, forthcoming.

 187. Victor Ginsburgh and Shlomo Weber, Culture, languages, and economics, in Victor Ginsburgh and David Throsby, eds.,  Handbook of the Economics of Art and Culture, vol. 2, Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2014.