Publications

 

Recent Submissions

  • Dnes, Antony William; Brownlow, Graham (Journal of Institutional Economics, 2017-01-16)
    We examine the history of the organization of the Irish Republican Army (IRA) and assess whether Republican terrorism reflected the possession of valuable group-specific human capital within the terrorist cell. The analysis ...
  • Dnes, Antony William (Economic Affairs, 1989-06)
    Outlines how economics is taught at universities and polytechnic colleges in Great Britain. Introduction of mathematical economics and statistics during the first year; Intermediate work covered during the second or third ...
  • Dnes, Antony William (Economic Review (UK), 1997-09)
    The privatization of railroads in the United Kingdom has involved a subsidy for the new companies providing services, and has been carried out in a complex way. Passengers services have been separated from the maintenance ...
  • Dnes, Antony William (Journal of Strategic Marketing, 1998-06)
    Presents a transactions cost approach in analyzing the concept of the marketing firm. Factors that influence the success of marketing; Transaction costs involved in marketing; Practical lessons provided by the study of ...
  • Dnes, Antony William; Kodwani, Devendra G.; Seaton, Jonathan S.; Wood, Douglas (Journal of Regulatory Economics, 1998-05)
    The privatization of United Kingdom utilities after 1979 established a regulatory regime based around price capping rather than return capping. This innovation was intended to provide a predictable framework that encouraged ...
  • Dnes, Antony William (Applied Economics Letters, 2001-05)
    Examines the applications of the economic theory of hostages on license agreements. Applicability of lump-sum payment limits to problems involving the licensing of intellectual capital; Demand and cost conditions in license ...
  • Dnes, Antony William; Garoupa, Nuno (Journal of Economics and Business, 2005-01)
    In this paper, we examine some implications of externality for the organization of firms. The need to control externality explains the selection, at the level of the chain, of full integration, dealerships or franchising ...
  • Dnes, Antony William (Managerial & Decision Economics, 2005-10)
    The lessons taught by the fiscal scandals involving firms like Enron and WorldCom are examined. These scandals have resulted in the reform of corporate governance in America.
  • Dnes, Antony William (Managerial & Decision Economics, 2005-10)
    In this special edition of Managerial and Decision Economics, I have gathered together papers from a number of international experts in corporate governance. The intention is to look at aspects of corporate governance from ...
  • Dnes, Antony William (The University of Chicago Press, 2009-01)
    The legal doctrine on servitudes has long been viewed as a Byzantine tangle of doctrine emanating from property law, contract law, and courts of equity. This paper explains the structure of the law governing servitudes on ...
  • Dnes, Antony William; Garoupa, Nuno (KYKLOS, 2010-11)
    In this paper, we examine the street gang as a special case of the dysfunctional social group, the members of which are often regarded as exhibiting apparently irrational behavior. Individuals in this setting have nuisance ...
  • Rubin, Paul H.; Dnes, Antony William (Managerial & Decision Economics, 2010-12)
    We examine recent trends in managerial economics, particularly in relation to behavioral, experimental, global and organizational influences. Managerial economics shows healthy development over the recent decade and is ...
  • Dnes, Antony William (International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, 2013-06)
    In the wake of two major government reviews in the United Kingdom, this paper considers whether there might be advantages, particularly in terms of encouraging innovative creative work, in moving the UK much closer to a ...
  • Dnes, Antony William (Managerial & Decision Economics, 2013-10)
    This paper explores the formation of and behavior within rogue groups in business settings and considers implications of the analysis for whistle-blowing. Behavior may be unacceptable to some groups but seen as worthy by ...
  • Dnes, Antony William (University of Edinburgh, 1988)
    Fieldwork methods are used to analyse the nature of franchise systems in the UK. These systems are viewed in terms of their contractual relationships following theoretical approaches suggested by the economics of organisation, ...