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DNS Thresholds

General References:

  • Becker, G. S. (1968), Crime and punishment: an economic approach, Journal of Political Economy 76, 169-217.
  • Dechert, W.D. and K. Nishimura (1983), A complete characterization of optimal growth in an aggregated model with a non-concave production function. J. Econom. Th. 31(2), 332-354.
  • Gould, J.P. (1970), Diffusion process and optimal advertising policy. In: E.S. Phelps et al. (eds.),Microeconomic Foundations of Employment and Inflation Theory. Macmillan, London, 338-368.
  • Long, N.V., K. Nishimura and K. Shimomura (1997), Endogenous growth, trade, and specialization under variable returns to scale: the case of a small open economy. In Jensen, B. wong, K. (Ed.): Dynamics, Economic Growth and International Trade. Michigan University Press
  • Skiba, A.K. (1978), Optimal growth with a convex-concave production function. Econometrica 46(3), 527-539.

Own Work:

  • Caulkins, J.P., Dworak, M., Feichtinger, G., Tragler, G. (1998), Price-Raising Drug Enforcement and Property Crime: A Dynamic Model, Journal of Economics 71(3).
  • Feichtinger, G. and R.F. Hartl, (1986), Optimale Kontrolle oekonomischer Prozesse: Anwendungen des Maximumprinzips in den Wirtschaftswissenschaften. de Gruyter, Berlin.
  • Feichtinger, G., W. Grienauer and G. Tragler (1997), Optimal dynamic law enforcement. Submitted to European Journal of Operations Research.
  • Feichtinger, G. (1999), Environmental policy design and the economics of crime: some analogies in intertemporal optimization. Forschungsbericht 231 des Instituts für Oekonometrie, OR und Systemtheorie, TU Wien.
  • Tragler, G., J. P. Caulkins and G. Feichtinger, (1997), The impact of enforcement and treatment on illicit drug consumption. Working Paper 212, Department for Operations Research and Systems Theory, Vienna University of Technology. Forthcoming in Operations Research.  
  • Wirl, F. and G. Feichtinger (1999), History Dependence in Concave Economics. Working Paper.