Hugh M Neary

Professor Emeritus
phone 604 822 4505
location_on Iona Building 102B
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About

I am Professor Emeritus.

My current research is focused on evolutionary approaches to property rights.

I obtained my Ph.D. from the University of California in Berkeley, California, USA.


Research

RECENT PAPERS

On the Resolution of Conflicts Over Sacred Goods. (with Mukesh Eswaran)

Identity and Terrorism. (with Mukesh Eswaran)

The Evoluntionary Logic of Honoring Sunk Costs. (with Mukesh Eswaran)

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Prosperity without conflict. (with F. Gonzalez)
Journal of Public Economics, 92: 2170-2181, October 2008.

Dynamic Consistency in Incentive Planning with a Material Input.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. 44 (2001): 315 – 332.

Equilibrium Structure in an Economic Model of Conflict.
Economic Inquiry. 35.3 (July, 1997): 480 – 497.

Strategic Investment and the Co-existence of Labour-managed and Profit Maximizing Firms.
(with David Ulph)
Canadian Journal of Economics. 30.2 (May, 1997).

A Comparison of Rent-Seeking Models and Economic Models of Conflict.
Public Choice. 93 (1997): 373 – 388.

Output Shares in Bilateral Agency Contracts.
(with Ralph A. Winter)
Journal of Economic Theory. 66.2 (August, 1995): 609 – 614.

A Non-co-operative Bargaining Model of Membership Expansion in a Producer Co-operative.
Managerial and Decision Economics. 14.5 (October, 1993): 409 – 419.

Some General Equilibrium Aspects of a Labor-managed Economy with Monopoly Elements.
Journal of Comparative Economics. 14.5 (December, 1992): 633 – 654.

A Simple Macroeconomic Model of a Labour Managed Economy.
European Economic Review. 34.5 (July, 1990): 1023 – 1039.

The Comparative Statics of the Ward-Domar LMF: A Profit Function Approach.
Journal of Comparative Economics. 12.2 (June, 1988): 159 – 181.

Output, Work-Hours and Employment in the Short-run of a Labour-Managed Firm.
(with Miyazaki, Hajime)
Economic Journal. 95 (December, 1985): 1035 – 1048.

The Labour-Managed Firm in Monopolistic Competition.
Economica. 52 (November, 1985): 435 – 447.

‘Labor-Managed Cournot Oligopoly and Industry Output’: Comment.
Journal of Comparative Economics. 8.3 (September, 1984): 322 – 327.

Decentralized Control of a Socialist Industry.
(with David Donaldson)
Canadian Journal of Economics. 17.1 (February, 1984): 99 – 109.

The Illyrian Firm Revisited.
(With Miyazaki, Hajime)
The Bell Journal of Economics. 14.1 (Spring, 1983): 259 – 270.

Irish Agriculture and the E.E.C.: Some Macro-Economic Issues.
(with John O’Hagan)
Irish Journal of Agricultural Economics. 4.1 (1972-3): 107 – 111.


Hugh M Neary

Professor Emeritus
phone 604 822 4505
location_on Iona Building 102B
file_download Download CV

I am Professor Emeritus.

My current research is focused on evolutionary approaches to property rights.

I obtained my Ph.D. from the University of California in Berkeley, California, USA.

RECENT PAPERS

On the Resolution of Conflicts Over Sacred Goods. (with Mukesh Eswaran)

Identity and Terrorism. (with Mukesh Eswaran)

The Evoluntionary Logic of Honoring Sunk Costs. (with Mukesh Eswaran)

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Prosperity without conflict. (with F. Gonzalez)
Journal of Public Economics, 92: 2170-2181, October 2008.

Dynamic Consistency in Incentive Planning with a Material Input.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. 44 (2001): 315 - 332.

Equilibrium Structure in an Economic Model of Conflict.
Economic Inquiry. 35.3 (July, 1997): 480 - 497.

Strategic Investment and the Co-existence of Labour-managed and Profit Maximizing Firms.
(with David Ulph)
Canadian Journal of Economics. 30.2 (May, 1997).

A Comparison of Rent-Seeking Models and Economic Models of Conflict.
Public Choice. 93 (1997): 373 - 388.

Output Shares in Bilateral Agency Contracts.
(with Ralph A. Winter)
Journal of Economic Theory. 66.2 (August, 1995): 609 - 614.

A Non-co-operative Bargaining Model of Membership Expansion in a Producer Co-operative.
Managerial and Decision Economics. 14.5 (October, 1993): 409 - 419.

Some General Equilibrium Aspects of a Labor-managed Economy with Monopoly Elements.
Journal of Comparative Economics. 14.5 (December, 1992): 633 - 654.

A Simple Macroeconomic Model of a Labour Managed Economy.
European Economic Review. 34.5 (July, 1990): 1023 - 1039.

The Comparative Statics of the Ward-Domar LMF: A Profit Function Approach.
Journal of Comparative Economics. 12.2 (June, 1988): 159 - 181.

Output, Work-Hours and Employment in the Short-run of a Labour-Managed Firm.
(with Miyazaki, Hajime)
Economic Journal. 95 (December, 1985): 1035 - 1048.

The Labour-Managed Firm in Monopolistic Competition.
Economica. 52 (November, 1985): 435 - 447.

'Labor-Managed Cournot Oligopoly and Industry Output': Comment.
Journal of Comparative Economics. 8.3 (September, 1984): 322 - 327.

Decentralized Control of a Socialist Industry.
(with David Donaldson)
Canadian Journal of Economics. 17.1 (February, 1984): 99 - 109.

The Illyrian Firm Revisited.
(With Miyazaki, Hajime)
The Bell Journal of Economics. 14.1 (Spring, 1983): 259 - 270.

Irish Agriculture and the E.E.C.: Some Macro-Economic Issues.
(with John O'Hagan)
Irish Journal of Agricultural Economics. 4.1 (1972-3): 107 - 111.

Hugh M Neary

Professor Emeritus
phone 604 822 4505
location_on Iona Building 102B
file_download Download CV

I am Professor Emeritus.

My current research is focused on evolutionary approaches to property rights.

I obtained my Ph.D. from the University of California in Berkeley, California, USA.

RECENT PAPERS

On the Resolution of Conflicts Over Sacred Goods. (with Mukesh Eswaran)

Identity and Terrorism. (with Mukesh Eswaran)

The Evoluntionary Logic of Honoring Sunk Costs. (with Mukesh Eswaran)

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Prosperity without conflict. (with F. Gonzalez)
Journal of Public Economics, 92: 2170-2181, October 2008.

Dynamic Consistency in Incentive Planning with a Material Input.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. 44 (2001): 315 - 332.

Equilibrium Structure in an Economic Model of Conflict.
Economic Inquiry. 35.3 (July, 1997): 480 - 497.

Strategic Investment and the Co-existence of Labour-managed and Profit Maximizing Firms.
(with David Ulph)
Canadian Journal of Economics. 30.2 (May, 1997).

A Comparison of Rent-Seeking Models and Economic Models of Conflict.
Public Choice. 93 (1997): 373 - 388.

Output Shares in Bilateral Agency Contracts.
(with Ralph A. Winter)
Journal of Economic Theory. 66.2 (August, 1995): 609 - 614.

A Non-co-operative Bargaining Model of Membership Expansion in a Producer Co-operative.
Managerial and Decision Economics. 14.5 (October, 1993): 409 - 419.

Some General Equilibrium Aspects of a Labor-managed Economy with Monopoly Elements.
Journal of Comparative Economics. 14.5 (December, 1992): 633 - 654.

A Simple Macroeconomic Model of a Labour Managed Economy.
European Economic Review. 34.5 (July, 1990): 1023 - 1039.

The Comparative Statics of the Ward-Domar LMF: A Profit Function Approach.
Journal of Comparative Economics. 12.2 (June, 1988): 159 - 181.

Output, Work-Hours and Employment in the Short-run of a Labour-Managed Firm.
(with Miyazaki, Hajime)
Economic Journal. 95 (December, 1985): 1035 - 1048.

The Labour-Managed Firm in Monopolistic Competition.
Economica. 52 (November, 1985): 435 - 447.

'Labor-Managed Cournot Oligopoly and Industry Output': Comment.
Journal of Comparative Economics. 8.3 (September, 1984): 322 - 327.

Decentralized Control of a Socialist Industry.
(with David Donaldson)
Canadian Journal of Economics. 17.1 (February, 1984): 99 - 109.

The Illyrian Firm Revisited.
(With Miyazaki, Hajime)
The Bell Journal of Economics. 14.1 (Spring, 1983): 259 - 270.

Irish Agriculture and the E.E.C.: Some Macro-Economic Issues.
(with John O'Hagan)
Irish Journal of Agricultural Economics. 4.1 (1972-3): 107 - 111.