Donald Hay

University of Oxford - Department of Economics

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The Internet: Still Wide Open and Competitive?

OII Internet Issue Brief No. 1
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 01 Dec 2008 Last Revised: 11 May 2014
Columbia Business School - Finance and Economics, University of Oxford - Department of Economics, Indiana University - Kelley School of Business - Department of Business Economics & Public Policy and University of California, Berkeley - Economic Analysis & Policy Group
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internet, competition, market power, openness, bit economy, innovation

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The Efficiency of Firms: What Difference Does Competition Make?

The Economic Journal, Vol. 107, Issue 442, pp. 597-617, 1997
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 31 Jan 2012
Donald Hay and Guy S. Liu
University of Oxford - Department of Economics and Brunel University London - Economics and Finance
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Self and Neighbours

Economic Record, Vol. 88, pp. 137-148, 2012
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 28 Jun 2012
Gordon Douglas Menzies and Donald Hay
University of Technology Sydney (UTS) - School of Finance and Economics and University of Oxford - Department of Economics
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The Post 1990 Brazilian Trade Liberalization and the Performance of Large Manufacturing Firms

Pesquisa e Planejamento Economico, Vol. 30, No. 2, August 2000
Posted: 25 Sep 2002
Donald Hay
University of Oxford - Department of Economics

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Trade liberalization, productivity, firm performance, Brazil, panel data analysis

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Inventory Behavior: A Comparative Study of U.K. And Japanese Firms

CEPR Discussion Paper Series #1545
Posted: 21 Apr 1997
Jenny Corbett, Donald Hay and Helen Louri
Australian National University (ANU) - Crawford School of Public Policy, University of Oxford - Department of Economics and Athens University of Economics and Business - Department of Economics

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