Victor Ginsburgh mainly focuses on Painting, The arts, Mathematical economics, Quality and Price index. His studies in Painting integrate themes in fields like Financial market, Common value auction, Creativity and Mode. His The arts research includes themes of Social science, Surprise, PICASSO and Public policy.
His Mathematical economics research includes elements of Applied general equilibrium, General equilibrium theory and Stability. The Quality study combines topics in areas such as Commerce, Control, Price discrimination and Product. His Cultural economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Media studies, Economics of the arts and literature, Applied economics, Cultural policy and Energy economics.
His main research concerns Microeconomics, Foreign language, Linguistics, Mathematical economics and Painting. His Microeconomics research focuses on Price discrimination in particular. His study in Foreign language is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both German and Distribution.
On Language and First language are among the areas of Linguistics where Victor Ginsburgh concentrates his study. His research on Mathematical economics often connects related areas such as General equilibrium theory. His studies deal with areas such as Exhibition and The arts as well as Painting.
His primary scientific interests are in Linguistics, Ranking, Positive economics, Polarization and Shapley value. His work deals with themes such as Utilitarianism and Advertising, which intersect with Ranking. His research in Positive economics focuses on subjects like Fractionalization, which are connected to Financial market, Linguistic diversity, Public policy, Economics of language and Social science.
His work in Financial market addresses subjects such as Welfare, which are connected to disciplines such as Mathematical economics. He has included themes like Colonialism, Political economy and Civil Conflict in his Polarization study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Social welfare function, Transferable utility and Voting in addition to Shapley value.
Victor Ginsburgh spends much of his time researching Linguistics, Linguistic distance, Foreign language, Ranking and First language. His Linguistics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Terrorism and Polarization. The various areas that Victor Ginsburgh examines in his Linguistic distance study include Linguistic demography, Language transfer and Literacy.
His Ranking study combines topics in areas such as Shapley value, Utilitarianism, Advertising and Law and economics. His Advertising research incorporates themes from Period, Painting, Exhibition, Intervention and Common value auction. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Language assessment, Comprehension approach, Sociology of language, Phonology and Ancestor.
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The structure of applied general equilibrium models
Victor Ginsburgh;Michiel Keyzer.
Research Papers in Economics (2002)
The Principle of Minimum Differentiation Holds Under Sufficient Heterogeneity
A. Depalma;Victor Ginsburgh;Yy. Papageorgiou;Jacques-François Thisse.
Handbook of the Economics of Art and Culture
Victor A. Ginsburgh;Victor A. Ginsburgh;David Throsby.
The Structure of Applied General Equilibrium Models
Victor Ginsburgh;Michiel Keyzer.
The relevance of hedonic price indices
Olivier Chanel;Louis André Gérard-Varet;Victor Ginsburgh.
Journal of Cultural Economics (1996)
Revisiting Baumol's Art as floating crap game
Nathalie Buelens;Victor Ginsburgh.
European Economic Review (1993)
Awards, success and aesthetic quality in the arts
Research Papers in Economics (2003)
Expert opinion and compensation: evidence from a musical competition
Victor A. Ginsburgh;Jan C. van Ours.
The American Economic Review (2003)
How Many Languages Do We Need?: The Economics of Linguistic Diversity
Victor Ginsburgh;Shiomo Weber.
Activity Analysis and General Equilibrium Modelling
Victor Ginsburgh;Jean Waelbroeck.
Research Papers in Economics (1981)
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