August 28, 2017

Amihai Glazer
Department of Economics
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, California 92697
e-mail: aglazer@uci.edu

 

Academic Positions

University of California, Irvine, Professor of Economics since 1988; Associate Professor of Economics, 1984-88; Assistant Professor of Economics, 1979-84

Chair, Department of Economics, University of California, Irvine, 1995-1998

Director, Focused Research Program in Public Choice, University of California, Irvine, 1989-1992

Visiting Professor of Economics, Graduate School of Industrial Administration, Carnegie Mellon University, 1991-1992

Visiting Senior Research Associate, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, Fall 1985

Education

Ph.D. Yale University (1978), Economics
M.A. Yale University (1975), Economics
B.A. Cornell University (1974, Phi Beta Kappa), Economics

Grants

Program in Corporate Welfare, funded by Charles Koch Foundation, 2017/2018, $251,000

Editorial Service

Co-editor, Economics of Governance , 1997-
Editorial Board, Public Choice , 1997-
Associate Editor, Finnish Economic Papers , 2002-
Co-editor, "Special Issue: Club Theory Symposium," Journal of Public Economics , July 1997 (Volume 65, Number 1)

Books

Hirshleifer, Jack and Amihai Glazer (1992) Price Theory and Applications , 5th edition. Prentice-Hall. Spanish Edition, Prentice Hall Hispanoamericana, 1994.

Glazer, Amihai and Lawrence Rothenberg (2001) Why Government Succeeds and Why It Fails . Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
       Japanese translation, 2004, Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.

Glazer, Amihai and Kai A. Konrad , eds. (2003) Conflict and Governance . Heidelberg: Springer.

Hirshleifer, Jack, Amihai Glazer and David Hirshleifer (2005) Price Theory and Applications: Decisions, Markets, and Information , 7th edition. Cambridge University Press. 
        Hungarian translation, Osiris Kiado., 2009
        French translation, Groupe De Boeck SA, 2009
        Chinese Translation, China Machine Press, 2009

Bowler, Shaun and Amihai Glazer, eds. (2008)  Direct Democracy’s Impact on American Political Institutions . New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Articles in Edited Volumes

Orcutt, Guy, Amihai Glazer, Robert Harris, and Richard Wertheimer II (1980) "Microanalytic modeling and the analysis of public transfer policies." In Robert H. Haveman and Kenneth Hollenbeck, editors, Microeconomic Simulation Models for Public Policy Analysis . New York: Academic Press, pp. 81-106.

Orcutt, Guy, and Amihai Glazer (1980) "Microanalytical modeling and simulation." In Barbara Bergmann, et al., editors, Micro Simulation--Models, Methods and Applications . Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell International, pp. 121-176.

Grofman, Bernard , Amihai Glazer, and Robert Griffin (1990) "Identical geography, different party: A natural experiment on the magnitude of party differences in the U.S. Senate 1960-1984." In R.J. Johnston, F.M. Shelley, and P.J. Taylor, editors, Developments in Electoral Geography , pp. 207-217. London: Routledge.

Glazer, Amihai (1993) "Political equilibrium under group identification." In Bernard Grofman, ed. Information, Participation, and Choice , University of Michigan Press, pp. 81-92.

Glazer, Amihai and Esko Niskanen (1993) “The timing of government projects.” In 1992 Yearbook , Government Institute for Economic Research, Helsinki Finland, pp. 57-62.

Glazer, Amihai (1994) “Opportunity cost.” In Ruth A. Eblen and William R. Eblen, editors, The Encyclopedia of the Environment . Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, p. 507.

Glazer, Amihai and Martin P. Wattenberg (1996) “How will term limits affect legislative work?” In Bernard Grofman, editor, Legislative Term Limits: Public Choice Perspectives . Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 37-46.

Glazer, Amihai (2002) “Strategic positioning and campaigning.” In Alan Breton, et al., eds., Political Extremism and Rationality . New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 105-121.

Glazer, Amihai and Kai A. Konrad (2003) “The wide importance of conflict.” In Amihai Glazer and Kai A. Konrad, eds., Conflict and Governance . Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 1-6.

Glazer, Amihai (2004) “Rent-seeking games.” In Charles K. Rowley, and Fritz Schneider, eds. Encyclopedia of Public Choice , pp. 502-504. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Glazer, Amihai (2004) “Why government succeeds.” In Charles K. Rowley and Fritz Schneider, eds. Encyclopedia of Public Choice , pp. 613-616. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Glazer, Amihai and Anthony McGann (2008) “Direct democracy and the stability of state policy.” In Shaun Bowler and Amihai Glazer, eds.  Direct Democracy’s Impact on American Political Institutions . New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 137-147.

Bowler, Shaun, and Amihai Glazer (2008) “‘Hybrid democracy’ and its consequences.” In Shaun Bowler and Amihai Glazer, eds.  Direct Democracy’s Impact on American Political Institutions . New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-19.

Glazer, Amihai (2009) “Learning and imitation by theocracies.” In Mario Ferrero and Ronald Wintrobe, eds., The Political Economy of Theocracy , New York: Palgrave/McMillan, pp. 203-211.

Glazer, Amihai (2012) "How unpopular policies become popular after adoption." In Jeffery A. Jenkins and Eric Patashnik, eds. Living Legislation:Durability, Change, and the Politics of American Lawmaking . Chicago: University of Chicago Press , pp. 135-145.

Glazer, Amihai (2012) “Regulation.” In Michael Reksulak and Laura Razzolini, eds., The Elgar Companion to Public Choice, Second Edition. Northampton, Edward Elgar Publishers, forthcoming.

Glazer, Amihai (2012) “Commitment problems in government.” In Hideki Konishi, ed. New Trends in Political Economy, Tokyo: Keiso Shobo Publishing.

Terai, Kimiko and Amihai Glazer (2015) “Budgets under delegation.” In Toshihiro Ihori and Kimiko Terai, eds., The Political Economy of Fiscal Consolidation in Japan. Tokyo: Springer.

Journal Articles

Glazer, Amihai (1981) "A solution to the constant frame of reference problem." Social Networks (Volume 3, Number 2), pp. 117-126.

Glazer, Amihai (1981) "Advertising, information and prices--A case study." Economic Inquiry (Volume 19, Number 4, October), pp. 661-671.

Glazer, Amihai (1981) "Congestion tolls and consumer welfare." Public Finance (Volume 36, Number 1), pp. 77-83.

Glazer, Amihai and Refael Hassin (1982) " On the economics of subscriptions. " European Economic Review (Volume 19, Numbers 2/3, December), pp. 343-356.

Glazer, Amihai and Refael Hassin (1983) " The economics of cheating in the tax market." Transportation Research (Volume 17A, Number 1, January), pp. 25-31.

Glazer, Amihai and Refael Hassin (1983) " ?/M/1: On the equilibrium distribution of customer arrivals ." European Journal of Operational Research (Volume 13, Number 2, June), pp. 146-150.

Glazer, Amihai and Marc Robbins (1983) "Voters and roll call voting: The effect on congressional elections." Political Behavior (Volume 5, Number 4), pp. 377-389.

Glazer, Amihai, Debra Glazer, and Bernard Grofman (1984) "Cumulative voting in corporate elections: Introducing strategy into the equation." South Carolina Law Review (Volume 35, Number 2, Winter), 295-309.

Glazer, Amihai (1984) "The client relation and a 'just' price." American Economic Review (Volume 74, Number 5, December), pp. 1089-1095.

Anderson, Shirley and Amihai Glazer (1984) "Public opinion and regulatory behavior." Public Choice (Volume 43, Number 2), pp. 187-194.

Glazer, Amihai (1985) "Using corrective taxes to remedy consumer misperceptions." Journal of Public Economics (Volume 28, Number 1, October), pp. 85-94.

Glazer, Amihai (1985) "The advantages of being first." American Economic Review (Volume 75, Number 3, June), pp. 473-480.

Glazer, Amihai and Marc Robbins (1985) "Congressional responsiveness to constituency change." American Journal of Political Science (Volume 29, Number 2, May), pp. 259-272.

Glazer, Amihai and Marc Robbins (1985) "How elections matter: A study of U.S. Senators." Public Choice (Volume 46, Number 2), pp. 163-172.

Glazer, Amihai and Refael Hassin (1986) " Stable priority purchasing in queues ." Operations Research Letters (Volume 4, Number 6, April), pp. 285-288.

Glazer, Amihai and Refael Hassi n (1986) " A deterministic single-item inventory model with seller holding cost and buyer holding and shortage costs." Operations Research (Volume 34, Number 4, July/August), pp. 613-618. ( Addendum )

Glazer, Amihai (1987) "A new theory of voting: Why vote when millions of others do?" Theory and Decision (Volume 22, Number 3, May), pp. 257-270.

Glazer, Amihai, Bernard Grofman , and Marc Robbins (1987) "Partisan and incumbency effects of 1970s congressional redistricting." American Journal of Political Science (Volume 31, Number 3, August), pp. 680-707. Reprinted in S. A. MacManus (1991), ed. Reapportionment and Representation in Florida: A Historical Collection . Tampa: Intrabay Innovation Institute.

Glazer, Amihai and Refael Hassin (1987) " Equilibrium arrivals in queues with bulk service at scheduled time s." Transportation Science (Volume 21, Number 4, November), pp. 273-278.

Grofman, Bernard , Guillermo Owen, Nick Noviello, and Amihai Glazer (1987) "Stability and centrality of legislative choice in the spatial context." American Political Science Review (Volume 81, Number 2, June), pp. 539-553.

Glazer, Amihai and Bernard Grofman (1987) "Two plus two equals six: Tenure in office of senators and representatives, 1953-1983." Legislative Studies Quarterly (Volume 12, Number 4, November), pp. 555-563.

Glazer, Amihai and Refael Hassin (1988) " Optimal contests ." Economic Inquiry (Volume 26, Number 1, January), pp. 133-143. Reprinted in RogerD. Congleton, Arye L. Hillman, and Kai A. Konrad, eds. 40 Years of Research on Rent Seeking , Volume 1, pp. 589-599. Heidelberg: Springer.

Glazer, Amihai and Bernard Grofman (1988) "Limitations of the spatial model." Public Choice (Volume 58, Number 2, August), pp. 161-167.

Glazer, Amihai and Bernard Grofman (1989) "Must liberals always vote for liberals and need the more competent candidate always be preferred?" British Journal of Political Science (Volume 19, Part 1, January), pp. 154-159.

Glazer, Amihai and Bernard Grofman (1989) "Why representatives are ideologists though voters are not." Public Choice (Volume 61, Number 1, April), pp. 29-39.

Glazer, Amihai, Bernard Grofman , and Guillermo Owen (1989) "A model of candidate convergence under uncertainty about voter preferences." Mathematical and Computer Modeling (Volume 12, Nos. 4/5), pp. 471-478. Reprinted in P. E. Johnson, ed. Formal Theories of Politics , Oxford: Pergamon Press.

Glazer, Amihai (1989) "The electoral costs of special interest politics when voters are ignorant." Economics and Politics (Volume 1, Number 3), pp. 225-238.

Glazer, Amihai (1989) "Politics and the choice of durability." American Economic Review (Volume 79, Number 5, December): 1207-1213. Reprinted in Charles K. Rowley, William F. Shugart III, and Robert D. Tollison, eds. (2003) The Economics of Budget Deficits , in the series The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics . Edward Elgars Publishing.

Glazer, Amihai (1990) "The strategy of candidate ambiguity." American Political Science Review (Volume 84, Number 1, March), pp. 237-241.

Glazer, Amihai (1990) "The social discount rate under majority voting." Public Finance (Volume 44, Number 3), pp. 384-393.

Glazer, Amihai and Refael Hassin (1990) " Optimal sales to users who hold inventory ." Economics Letters (Volume 34, Number 3, November), pp. 215-220.

Glazer, Amihai and Henry McMillan (1990) "Optimal coalition size when making proposals is costly." Social Choice and Welfare (Volume 7, Number 4), pp. 369-380.

Glazer, Amihai (1990) "Voting and campaigning under imperfect information." European Journal of Political Economy (Volume 6), pp. 89-98.

Cowen, Tyler and Amihai Glazer (1991) "Ski-lift pricing with applications to labor and other markets: Comment." American Economic Review (Volume 81, Number 11, March), pp. 376-377.

Grofman, Bernard , Robert Griffin, and Amihai Glazer (1991) "Is the Senate more liberal than the House?" Legislative Studies Quarterly (Volume 16, Number 2, May), pp. 281-296.

Glazer, Amihai and Esko Niskanen (1991) "Measuring the benefits derived from a transportation investment." Transportation Research (Volume 25, Number 6, December), pp. 413-419.

Glazer, Amihai and Bernard Grofman (1992) "A positive correlation between turnout and plurality does not refute the rational voter model." Quality and Quantity (Volume 26, Number 1, February), pp. 85-93.

Glazer, Amihai and Esko Niskanen (1992) "Parking  fees and congestion." Regional Science and Urban Economics (Volume 22, Number 1, March), pp. 123-132. Reprinted in Piet Rietveld, Kenneth Button and Peter Nijkamp, eds. Classics in Transport Analysis , Edward Elgar Publishing, 2003, pp. 544-553. Reprinted in Erik T. Verhoef, ed. (2010), The Economics of Traffic Congestion, Edward Elgar Publishing, forthcoming.

Glazer, Amihai and Henry McMillan (1992) "Amend the old or address the new: Broad-based legislation when proposing policies is costly." Public Choice (Volume 74), pp. 43-58.

Grofman, Bernar d, Robert Griffin, and Amihai Glazer (1992) "The effect of black population on electing Democrats and liberals to the House of Representatives." Legislative Studies Quarterly (Volume 17, Number 3, August), pp. 365-379.

Glazer, Amihai and Henry McMillan (1992) "Pricing by the firm under regulatory threat." Quarterly Journal of Economics (Volume 107, Number 3, August), pp. 1089-1099.

Glazer, Amihai (1992) "An expressive-voting theory of strikes." Economic Inquiry (Volume 30, Number 4, October), pp. 733-741.

Glazer, Amihai and Esko Niskanen (1992) "Commitment problems justify subsidies for medical insurance." Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance Theory (Volume 17, Number 2), pp. 137-145.

Glazer, Amihai (1993) "On the incentives to establish and play rent-seeking games." Public Choice (Volume 75), pp. 139-148.

Glazer, Amihai (1993) "Politics and the choice of durability: Reply." American Economic Review (Volume 83, Number 3, June), pp. 674-675.

Glazer, Amihai and Kai Konrad (1993) "Private provision of public goods, limited tax deductibility, and crowding out." Finanzarchiv , N.F. (Volume 50, Number 2), pp. 203-216.

Glazer, Amihai and Kai Konrad (1993) "The evaluation of risky projects by voters." Journal of Public Economics , October (Volume 52, Number 3), pp. 377-390.

Glazer, Amihai and Kai Konrad (1993) "Ameliorating congestion by income redistribution." Regional Science and Urban Economics (Volume 23), pp. 579-584.

Cowen, Tyler , Amihai Glazer, and Henry McMillan (1994) "Rent seeking can promote the provision of public goods." Economics and Politics (Volume 6, Number 2, July), pp. 131-146.

Glazer, Amihai and Kai Konrad (1994) "Intertemporal commitment problems and voting on redistributive taxation." Journal of Urban Economics (Volume 36, Number 3, November), pp. 278-291.

Garfinkel, Michelle and Amihai Glazer (1994) "Does electoral uncertainty cause economic fluctuations?" American Economic Review (Volume 84, Number 2, May), pp. 169-173.

Glazer, Amihai, Daniel B. Klein, and Charles Lave (1995) "Clean on paper, dirty on the road: Problems with California's Smog Check." Journal of Transport Economics and Policy (Volume 29, Number 1, January), pp. 85-92.

Glazer, Amihai, Robert Griffin, Bernard Grofman , and Martin Wattenberg (1995) "Strategic vote delay in the U.S. House of Representatives." Legislative Studies Quarterly (Volume 20, Number 1), pp. 37-45.

Glazer, Amihai and Kai Konrad (1995) "Strategic lobbying by potential industry entrants." Economics and Politics (Volume 7, Number 2, July), pp. 167-179.

Glazer, Amihai and Charles Lave (1996) "Regulation by prices and by command." Journal of Regulatory Economics (Volume 9, Number 2, March), pp. 191-197.

Glazer, Amihai and Kai Konrad (1996) "A signaling explanation for private charity." American Economic Review (Volume 86, Number 4, September), pp. 1019-1028. Reprinted in RogerD. Congleton, Arye L. Hillman, and Kai A. Konrad, eds. 40 Years of Research on Rent Seeking , Volume 2, pp. 713-722. Heidelberg: Springer. Reprint forthcoming in J Reprint forthcoming in James Andreoni, ed, The Economics of Philanthropy and Fundraising, The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, Edward Elgar Publisher.

Garfinkel, Michelle and Amihai Glazer (1996) "Politics with and without policy." Economics and Politics (Volume 8, Number 3, November), pp. 251-265.

Cowen, Tyler and Amihai Glazer (1996) "More monitoring can induce less effort." Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (Volume 30, Number 1), pp. 113-123.

Glazer, Amihai (1997) "Inducing investments and regulating externalities by command vs. taxes." Energy Policy (Volume 25, Number 2, February), pp. 255-258.

Glazer, Amihai and Esko Niskanen (1997) "Why voters may prefer congested public clubs." Journal of Public Economics (Volume 65, Number 1, July), pp. 37-44. Reprinted in Lily Kiminami, Kenneth Button, and Peter Nijkamp, eds., Classics in Planning , Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, forthcoming.

Glazer, Amihai, Esko Niskanen , and Suzanne Scotchmer (1997) "On the uses of club theory." Journal of Public Economics (Volume 65, Number 1, July), pp. 3-7.

Babcock, Linda, John Engberg, and Amihai Glazer (1997) "Wages and employment in public sector unions." Economic Inquiry (Volume 35, Number 3, July), pp. 532-543.

Glazer, Amihai and Refael Hassin (1998) " Governmental failures in evaluating programs ." Public Choice , (Volume 94, Nos. 1-2, January), pp. 105-115

Glazer, Amihai and Refael Hassin (1998) " Optimal allocation of quotas ." Economic Letters (Volume 58), pp. 55-61.

Glazer, Amihai, Bernard Grofman , and Guillermo Owen (1998) "A Neo-Downsian model of group-oriented voting and racial backlash." Public Choice (Volume 97, Nos. 1-2, October), pp. 23-34.

Glazer, Amihai, Mark Gradstein , and Kai Konrad (1998) "The electoral politics of extreme policies." Economic Journal , (Volume 108, Number 451, November), pp. 1677-1685.

Glazer, Amihai and Kai A. Konrad (1999) "Taxation of rent-seeking activities." Journal of Public Economics , (Volume 72, Number 1, April), pp. 61-72.

Gersbach, Hans and Amihai Glazer (1999) "Markets and regulatory hold-up problems." Journal of Environmental Economics and Management , (Volume 37, Number 2, March), pp. 151-164

Glazer, Amihai and Susanne Lohmann (1999) "Setting the agenda: Electoral competition, commitment of policy, and issue salience." Public Choice , (Volume 99, Numbers 3-4, June), pp. 377-394.

Glazer, Amihai (1999) "Local regulation may be excessively stringent." Regional Science and Urban Economics , (Volume 29, Number 5, September), pp. 553-558.

Glazer, Amihai and Lawrence S. Rothenberg (1999) " Increased capacity may exacerbate rationing problems: With applications to medical care ." Journal of Health Economics (Volume 18, Number 5), pp. 671-680.

Garfinkel, Michelle R. , Amihai Glazer and Jaewoo Lee (1999) "Election surprises and exchange rate uncertainty." Economics and Politics (Volume 11, Number 3, November), pp. 255-274.

Glazer, Amihai and E sko Niskanen (2000) " Which consumers benefit from congestion tolls? " Journal of Transport Economics and Policy (Volume 34, Part 1, January), pp. 43-54.

Cowen, Tyler , Amihai Glazer, and Katrina Zajc (2000) "Credibility may require discretion, not rules." Journal of Public Economics (Volume 76, Number 2, May), pp. 295-306.

Glazer, Amihai and Refael Hassin (2000) " Sequential rent seeking ." Public Choice (Volume 102, Numbers 3-4, March), pp. 219-228.

Glazer, Amihai (2000) " Time consistency of congestion tolls ." Journal of Transport Economics and Policy (Volume 34, Part 3, September), pp. 301-310.

Bendor, Jonathan, Amihai Glazer, and Thomas Hammond (2001) "Theories of delegation in political science." Annual Review of Political Science , (Volume 4), pp. 235-269.

Glazer, Amihai and Refael Hassin (2001) " The calculus of stonewalling. " Journal of Theoretical Politics , (Volume 13, Number 4, October), pp. 413-424.

Brunell, Thomas L. and Amihai Glazer (2001) " Rational response to irrational attitudes: The level of the gasoline tax in the U.S. States." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management , (Volume 20, Number 4, Fall), pp. 761-764.

Glazer, Amihai (2001) "Regulatory tune-ups." Information Economics and Policy (Volume 13, No. 4, December), pp. 427-438.

Glazer, Amihai (2002) " Allies as rivals: Internal and external rent seeking ." Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (Volume 48, Number 2, June), pp. 155-162.  Reprinted in RogerD. Congleton, Arye L. Hillman, and Kai A. Konrad, eds. 40 Years of Research on Rent Seeking , Volume 2, pp. 649-656. Heidelberg: Springer.

Boarnet, Marlon and Amihai Glazer (2002) "Federal grants and yardstick competition." Journal of Urban Economics (Volume 52, Number 1, July), pp. 53-64.

Glazer, Amihai, Vesa Kanniainen , and Esko Niskanen (2003) "Bequests, control rights, and cost-benefit analysis." European Journal of Political Economy , (Volume 19), pp. 71-82.

Glazer, Amihai and Priya Ranjan (2003) "Preference heterogeneity, wage inequality, and trade." Journal of International Economics , (Volume 60, No. 2, August), pp. 455-469.

Glazer, Amihai, Mark Gradstein , and Priya Ranjan (2003) "Consumption variety and urban agglomeration." Regional Science and Urban Economics ,(Volume 33, No. 6), pp. 653-661.

Glazer, Amihai (2004)  “Motivating devoted workers.” International Journal of Industrial Organization (Volume 22, Issue 3, March), pages 427-440.

Glazer, Amihai and Eckhard Janeba (2004) “Strategic investment by a regulated firm.” International Tax and Public Finance (Volume 11, No. 2), pp. 123-132.

Glazer, Amihai and Bjorn Segendorff (2005) “Credit claiming.” Economics of Governance , (Volume 6, Issue 2), pp. 125-137.

Cowen, Tyler and Amihai Glazer (2005) “Taxation and pricing when consumers value freedom.” Social Choice and Welfare (Volume 24, Number 2, April), pp. 211-220.

Glazer, Amihai and Mark Gradstein (2005) “Elections with contribution-maximizing candidates.” Public Choice (Volume 122, Numbers 3-4, March), pp. 467-482. 

Glazer, Amihai and Esko Niskanen (2005) “When users of congested roads may view tolls as unjust. " European Transport/Transporti Europei (Volume 11, Number 31, December), pp. 6-14.

Glazer, Amihai, Vesa Kannianen , and Mikko Mustonen (2006) “When a loser gains: Free-riding in the innovation of network goods.” Journal of Economics , (Volume 87, Number 1), pp. 55-71.

Glazer, Amihai (2006) “Rewarding political supporters.” Public Choice (Volume 126, Numbers 3-4, March), pp. 453-463.

Cowen, Tyler and Amihai Glazer (2007) “ Esteem and ignorance .” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (Volume 63, Issue 3, July), pp. 373-383.

Glazer, Amihai and Vesa Kanniainen   (2007) “ Short-term leaders should make long-term appointments .”  International Tax and Public Finance (Volume 14, Number 1, February), pp. 55-69.

Glazer, Amihai and Priya Ranjan (2007) “Trade protection to reduce redistribution.” European Journal of Political Economy (Volume 23, No. 3, September), pp. 790-805.

Glazer, Amihai and Hiroki Kondo (2007) “Migration in search of good government.” Regional Science and Urban Economics (Volume 37, No. 6, November), pp. 703-716.

Glazer, Amihai, Vesa Kanniainen , and Panu Poutvaara  (2008) “Income taxes, property values, and migration.”  Journal of Public Economics , (Volume 92, Nos. 3-4, April), pp. 915-923.

Dur, Robert and Amihai Glazer (2008) “ Optimal contracts when a worker envies his boss. ”  Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization , (Volume 24, No. 1, May), pp. 120-137.

Glazer, Amihai (2008) “Voting to anger and to please others.”   Public Choice (Volume 134, Nos. 3-4, March), pp. 247-254.

Glazer, Amihai (2008) “ Social security and conflict within the family .” Journal of Population Economics (Volume 21, No. 2, April), pp. 331-338.

Dur, Robert , and Amihai Glazer (2008) “The desire for impact.” Journal of Economic Psychology (Volume 29, No. 3, June), pp. 285-300.

Brueckner, Jan and Amihai Glazer (2008) “ Urban extremism. Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization ,  (Volume 24, No. 2, October), pp. 307-318.

Dur, Robert , and Amihai Glazer (2008) “Subsidizing enjoyable education.” Labour Economics (Volume 15), pp. 1023-1039.

Glazer, Amihai (2008) “ Bargaining with rent seekers .” Journal of Public Economic Theory (Volume 10, No. 5, October), pp. 859-871.

Bucovetsky, Sam and Amihai Glazer (2009) “How to avoid transferring a valuable asset. ” Public Choice (Volume 138, Nos. 1-2, January), pp. 3-8. 

Gersbach, Hans and Amihai Glazer (2009) “High compensation creates a ratchet effect.”  Economic Journal ( Volume 119, No. 539, July), pp. 1208-1224 .

Glazer, Amihai (2010) “ Ideological externalities, social pressures, and political parties. ”  Public Choice   (Volume 144, Numbers 1-2, July), pp. 53-62.

Glazer, Amihai, Vesa Kanniainen , and Panu Poutvaara (2010) “ Firms’ ethics, consumer  boycotts, and signaling .” European Journal of Political Economy (Volume 26, Issue 3, September), pp. 340-350.

Glazer, Amihai and Refael Hassin (2010) “ Inducing Search by Periodic Advertising. ” Information Economics and Policy (Volume 22, No. 3, July), pp. 276-286.

Glazer, Amihai (2012) “Performance when misinformation increases with experience.” Journal of Theoretical Politics, 25(1): 63-74.

Glazer, Amihai and Stef Proost (2012) “Informational benefits of international treaties.” Environmental and Resource Economics, 53(2): 185-202.

Glazer, Amihai (2012) “Up-or-out policies when a worker imitates another.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 84(1): 432-438.

Glazer, Amihai (2013) “Consequences of voting when no vote is decisive.” Cuadernos Economicos De Ice (No. 85), pp. 9-22.

Glazer, Amihai (2013) “Fiscal consolidation---when to do it.” Mita Journal of Economics 106(3):  27-34.

Matthias Dahm, Robert Dur, and Amihai Glazer (2014) “How a firm can induce legislators to adopt a bad policy.” Public Choice, 159 (1-2): 63-82.

Bucovetsky, Sam and Amihai Glazer (2014) “Inefficiencies in excluding the poor from rich communities. ” Journal of Urban Economics, 81: 166-177.

Glazer, Amihai and Hiroki Kondo (2015) “Governmental transfers and altruistic private transfers.” Journal of Population Economics, 28(2): 509-533.

Uppal, Yogesh and Amihai Glazer (2015) “Legislative turnover, fiscal policy, and economic growth: Evidence from U.S. state legislatures.” Economic Inquiry, 53(1): 91-107.

De Borger, Bruno and Amihai Glazer (2015) “Inducing political action by workers.” Southern Economic Journal, 81(4): 1117-1144.

Glazer, Amihai (2015) “Handicaps to improve reputation.” Journal of Theoretical Politics, 27(3): 485-496.

Dahm, Matthias and Amihai Glazer (2015) “A carrot and stick approach to agenda setting.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 116: 465-480.

Glazer, Amihai (2016) “The profit-maximizing non-profit.Oxford Economic Papers, 68(2): 301-315.

De Borger, Bruno and Amihai Glazer (2016) “Signaling, network externalities, and subsidies.” International Tax and Public Finance, 23(5): 798-811.

Anne-Kathrin Bronsert, Amihai Glazer, and Kai A. Konrad (2016) “Old Money, the nouveaux riches and Brunhilde's marriage strategy.” Journal of Population Economics, 30: 163-186.

Glazer, Amihai and Stef Proost (2017) “Free riding on successors, delay, and extremism.” Social Choice and Welfare, 48(4): 887-900.

Cohen, Linda and Amihai Glazer (forthcoming) “Bargaining within the family can generate a political gender gap.” Review of Economics of the Household.

De Borger, Bruno and Amihai Glazer (forthcoming) “Support and opposition to a Pigovian tax: Road pricing with reference-dependent preferences.” Journal of Urban Economics.

Blondiau, Thomas, Amihai Glazer, and Stef Proost (forthcoming) “Air traffic control regulation with union bargaining in Europe.” Economics of Transportation.

Terai, Kimiko and Amihai Glazer (forthcoming) “Rewarding successes discourages experimentation.” Finanzarchiv.

Glazer, Amihai, Rune Jansen Hagen, and Jorn Rattso (forthcoming) “Help not needed? Optimal quotas for expatriate NGO workers.” Review of International Economics.

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