Elected Fellow of the European Economic Association
His primary scientific interests are in Competition, Industrial organization, Public economics, Microeconomics and Incentive. His work in the fields of Market power overlaps with other areas such as Natural experiment and Transition countries. The concepts of his Market power study are interwoven with issues in Transition, Labour economics, Restructuring and Market environment.
His Industrial organization research includes elements of Productivity, Budget constraint and Quality. His studies in Public economics integrate themes in fields like Accountability, Government, Welfare, Decentralization and Tiebout model. His Government study also includes fields such as
Paul Seabright spends much of his time researching Public economics, Industrial organization, Competition, Incentive and Social psychology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Conditionality, Insurance policy, Accountability, Externality and Institutional economics. His Industrial organization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Productivity and Revenue.
His Competition study incorporates themes from Transition and Economic rent. Paul Seabright is doing genetic studies as part of his Microeconomics and Market economy and Incentive investigations. As a member of one scientific family, Paul Seabright mostly works in the field of Test, focusing on Professional networks and, on occasion, Labour economics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Test, Dictator game, Labour economics and Investment. His work on Religiosity, Affect and Altruism as part of general Social psychology study is frequently connected to Trustworthiness, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Paul Seabright interconnects Competition, Disease and Economic rent in the investigation of issues within Affect.
His research in Test intersects with topics in Labor mobility, Diminishing returns and Compensation. His work deals with themes such as Quality, Executive compensation, Professional networks and Externality, which intersect with Labour economics. His Investment research incorporates themes from Endogeneity, Flourishing, Crowding out and Human capital.
Paul Seabright mostly deals with Insurance policy, Public economics, Labour economics, Investment and Social psychology. The various areas that Paul Seabright examines in his Insurance policy study include Dictator and Set. His research integrates issues of Group insurance, Key person insurance, Actuarial science, General insurance and Liability insurance in his study of Public economics.
Paul Seabright combines subjects such as Crowding out, Flourishing, Human capital and Endogeneity with his study of Labour economics. In the field of Social psychology, his study on Friendship and Dictator game overlaps with subjects such as Path dependent and Sexual selection. His Test research integrates issues from Opportunism, Public relations and Liberian dollar.
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Accountability and decentralisation in government: An incomplete contracts model
European Economic Review (1996)
The Company of Strangers: A Natural History of Economic Life Revised Edition
Economics Books (2010)
The Company of Strangers: A Natural History of Economic Life
The Economics of Tacit Collusion
Marc Ivaldi;Bruno Jullien;Patrick Rey;Paul Seabright.
Research Papers in Economics (2003)
Managing Local Commons: Theoretical Issues in Incentive Design
Journal of Economic Perspectives (1993)
The Institutional Economics of Foreign Aid
Bertin Martens;Uwe Mummert;Peter Murrell;Paul Seabright.
Accountability and Decentralization in Government: An Incomplete Contracts Model
Research Papers in Economics (1994)
Competition and Enterprise Performance in Transition Economies: Evidence from a Cross-country Survey
Wendy Carlin;Steven Fries;Mark E Schaffer;Paul Seabright.
Social Science Research Network (2001)
A Minimum of Rivalry: Evidence from Transition Economies on the Importance of Competition for Innovation and Growth
Wendy Carlin;Mark E. Schaffer;Paul Seabright.
Research Papers in Economics (2004)
REGULATION IN THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY
Konstantine Gatsios;Paul Seabright.
Oxford Review of Economic Policy (1989)
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