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Edited Books

B1. Stephen Pollock, Michael H. Rothkopf and Arnold Barnett, Eds., Handbooks in Operations Research, Vol. 6: Beyond the Profit Motive: Public Sector Applications and Methodology, Elsevier, North Holland, 1994; Japanese translation published 1998.

B2. Benjamin F. Hobbs, Michael H. Rothkopf, Richard P. O’Neill, and Hung-po Chao, Eds, Power Generation Unit Commitment Models: The Next Generation, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Mass., 2001.

Refereed Archival Journals

1. Michael H. Rothkopf, "A Substitute for Expected Rate of Return,” Management Science 12, pp. 148-149, 1965.

2. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Scheduling Independent Tasks on Parallel Processors", Management Science 12, pp. 437-447, 1965.

3. Michael H. Rothkopf, "The Traveling Salesman Problem: On the Reduction of Certain Large Problems to Smaller Ones", Operations Research 14, pp. 532-533, 1966.

4. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Scheduling with Random Service Times", Management Science 12, pp. 707-713, 1966.

5. Michael Rothkopf and Stan Fromovitz, "Models for a Save-Discard Decision", Operations Research 16, pp. 1186-1193, 1968.

6. Michael H. Rothkopf, "A Model of Rational Competitive Bidding", Management Science 15, pp. 362-373, 1969.

7. Michael H. Rothkopf, "A Note on Strategy for Research on the Job Shop Scheduling Problem", Opsearch 8, pp. 186-188, 1971.

8. Michael H. Rothkopf, "An Addendum to 'A Model of Rational Competitive Bidding'", Management Science 17, pp. 774-777, 1971.

9. R.R. Meyer and M. H. Rothkopf, "Comment on Fitting Parameters to Complex Models by Direct Search", Journal of Marketing Research 8, pp.518-519, 1971.

10. Philip M. Roth, Michael H. Rothkopf, and Patricia T. Grimes, "Preresearch Process Analysis", Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Process Design and Development 11, pp. 292-296, 1972.

11. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Contract Bid Development for the Small Businessman -- A Dissent", Sloan Management Review 15, pp. 65-67, 1973.

12. Michael H. Rothkopf, "An Economic Model of World Energy: 1900-2020", Long Range Planning 6, pp. 43-51, June 1973.

13. Michael H. Rothkopf, John K. McCarron and Stan Fromovitz, "A Weather Model for Simulating Offshore Construction Alternatives", Management Science 20, pp. 1345-1349, 1974

14. Shmuel S. Oren and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Optimal Bidding in Sequential Auctions", Operations Research 23, pp. 1080-1090, 1975.

15. Michael H. Rothkopf, "A Note on Allocating Jobs to Two Machines", Naval Research Logistics Quarterly 22, pp. 829-830, 1975.

16. Ralph Kimball and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Utterance Classification Confidence in Automatic Speech Recognition", IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing 24, pp. 188-189, 1976.

17. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Limits to Models", North-Holland/TIMS Studies in the Management Sciences 2, pp. 155-157, 1976.

18. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Bidding in Simultaneous Auctions with a Constraint on Exposure", Operations Research 25, pp.620-629,1977.

19. Michael H. Rothkopf and Shmuel S. Oren, "A Closure Approximation for the Nonstationary M/M/s Queue", Management Science 25, pp. 522-534, 1979.

20. Robert M. Stark and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Competitive Bidding: A Comprehensive Bibliography", Operations Research 27, pp.364-390,1979.

21. Robert R. Meyer, Michael H. Rothkopf, and Stephen A. Smith, "Reliability and Inventory in a Production-Storage System", Management Science 25, pp. 799-807, 1979.

22. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Trees -- A Decision-Maker's Lament", Operations Research 28, p. 3, 1980; reprinted in Supertree Decision Analysis Newsletter 1, (1), p. 8, 1987; reprinted in Rasmusen, Eric, editor “Readings in Games and Information,” Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, p. 49, 2001.

23. Michael H. Rothkopf, "On Multiplicative Bidding Strategies", Operations Research 28, pp. 570-575, 1980.

24. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Equilibrium Linear Bidding Strategies", Operations Research 28, pp. 576-583, 1980.

25. S. C. Parikh and M. H. Rothkopf, "Long Run Elasticity of Demand for Energy -- A Process Analysis Approach", Energy Economics 2, pp. 31-36, 1980.

26. Shmuel S. Oren, Michael H. Rothkopf and Richard D. Smallwood, "Evaluating a New Market: A Forecasting System for Nonimpact Computer Printers", Interfaces 10, pp. 76-87, December 1980.

27. Michael H. Rothkopf and Robert G. Johnston, "Routine Analysis of Periodic Queues", AIEE Transactions 14, pp. 214-218, 1982.

28. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Modeling Semirational Competitive Behavior", Management Science 29, pp. 1341-1345, 1983.

29. Steve Freedman, Thomas A. Raffin, Michael H. Rothkopf and David M. Eddy, "The Value of a Stage Prop: Screening for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease", Chest 85, pp. 406-407, 1984.

30. Michael H. Rothkopf and Stephen A. Smith, "There Are No Undiscovered Priority Index Sequencing Rules for Minimizing Total Delay Costs", Operations Research 32, pp. 451-456, 1984.

31. Steven Nahmias and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Stochastic Models of Internal Mail Delivery Systems", Management Science 30, pp. 1113-1120, 1984.

32. Shmuel S. Oren and Michael H. Rothkopf, "A Market Dynamics Model for New Industrial Products and its Application", Marketing Science 3, pp. 247-265, 1984.

33. Stephen A. Smith and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Simultaneous Bidding with a Fixed Charge if Any Bid Succeeds", Operations Research 33, pp.28-37, 1985.

34. Michael H. Rothkopf, Elmer Dougherty and Marshall Rose, "Comment on 'Multi-Object Auctions: Sequential vs. Simultaneous Sales'", Management Science 32, pp. 1611-1612, 1986.

35. Michael H. Rothkopf and Paul Rech, "Perspectives on Queueing Systems: Combining Queues is Not Always Beneficial", Operations Research 35, pp. 906-909, 1987.

36. Anthony G. Fisher and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Market Failure and Energy Policy: A Rationale for Selective Conservation", Energy Policy 17, pp. 397-406, 1989; reprinted in Environmental and Resource Economics: Selected Essays of Anthony C. Fisher, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 1995, pp. 328-337.

37. Harvey M. Wagner, Michael H. Rothkopf, Clayton J. Thomas and Hugh J. Miser, "The Next Decade in Operations Research: Comments on the CONDOR Report," Operations Research 37, pp. 664-672, 1989; reprinted in Phalanx 22(4), 8-14, 1989.

38. Michael H. Rothkopf, Thomas J. Teisberg and Edward P. Kahn, "Why Are Vickrey Auctions Rare?" Journal of Political Economy 98, pp. 94-109, 1990.

39. Edward P. Kahn, Michael H. Rothkopf, Joseph Eto and Jean-Michel Nataf, "Auctions for PURPA Purchases: A Simulation Study", Journal of Regulatory Economics 2, pp. 129-149, 1990.

40. Michael H. Rothkopf, "On Auctions with Withdrawable Winning Bids", Marketing Science 10, pp. 40-57, 1991.

41. Alan S. Manne and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Analyzing U.S. Policies for Alternative Automotive Fuels." Interfaces 21, pp. 34-47, September 1991.

42. Michael H. Rothkopf and Richard Engelbrecht-Wiggans, "Innovative Approaches to Competitive Mineral Leasing," Resources and Energy 14, pp. 233-248, 1992.

43. Michael H. Rothkopf and Richard Engelbrecht-Wiggans, "Getting the Model Right: The Case of Competitive Bidding," Interfaces 23, pp. 99-106, May-June 1993.

44. Michael H. Rothkopf, "20/30 Hindsight: Forecasting the Impact of Nonimpact Printers--An Update" Interfaces 23, pp. 93-96, Sept.-Oct. 1993.

45. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Ten Years of the OR Practice Section," Operations Research 42, pp. 31-33, 1994.

46. Michael H. Rothkopf and Ronald M. Harstad, "Modeling Competitive Bidding: A Critical Essay," Management Science 40, pp. 364-384, 1994.

47. Michael H. Rothkopf and Ronald M. Harstad, "On the Role of Discrete Bid Levels in Oral Auctions," European Journal of Operational Research 74, pp. 572-581, 1994.

48. Uriel G. Rothblum and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Dynamic Recomputation Can't Extend the Optimality-Range of Priority Indices," Operations Research 42, pp. 669-676, 1994.

49. Michael H. Rothkopf and Ronald M. Harstad, "Two Models of Bid-Taker Cheating in Vickrey Auctions," Journal of Business 68, pp. 257-267, 1995.

50. Ronald M. Harstad and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Withdrawable Bids as Winner's Curse Insurance," Operations Research 43, pp. 983-994, 1995.

51. Keith Waehrer, Ronald M. Harstad, and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Choice of Auction Type for Risk-Averse Bidtakers," Rand Journal of Economics 29, pp.179-192, 1998.

52. Michael H. Rothkopf, Aleksandar Pekec, and Ronald M. Harstad, "Computationally Manageable Combinational Auctions," Management Science 44, pp. 1131-1147, 1998.

53. Ronald M. Harstad and Michael H. Rothkopf, "An 'Alternating Recognition' Model of English Auctions,” Management Science 46, pp. 1-12, 2000.

54. Benjamin F. Hobbs, Michael H. Rothkopf, Laurel C. Hyde, and Richard P. O'Neill, "Evaluation of a Truthful Revelation Auction for Energy Markets with Nonconcave Benefits," Journal of Regulatory Economics 18(1), pp. 5-32, 2000.

55. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Tales From a Nonstandard Career in Operations Research,” INFOR 39(4), pp. 367-393, 2001.

56. Michael H. Rothkopf and Sunju Park, “An Elementary Introduction to Auctions,” Interfaces 31(6), pp. 83-97, 2001.

57. Dipankar Chakravarti, Eric Greenleaf, Atanu Sinha, Amar Cheema, James C. Cox, Daniel Friedman, Teck H. Ho, R. Mark Isaac, Andrew A. Mitchel, Amnon Rapoport, Michael H. Rothkopf, Joydeep Srivastava, and Rami Zwick, “Auctions: Research Opportunities in Marketing,” Marketing Letters 13(3), pp. 281-296, 2002.

58. Richard P. O’Neill, Udi Helman, Benjamin F. Hobbs, William R. Stewart, Jr, and Michael H. Rothkopf, “A Joint Energy and Transmission Rights Auction: Proposal and Properties,” IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 17, pp. 1058-1067, 2002.

59. Michael H. Rothkopf, Ronald M. Harstad and Yuhong Fu, "Is Subsidizing Inefficient Bidders Actually Costly?" Management Science 49, pp. 71-84, 2003.

60. Richard O’Neill, Udi Helman, Ross Baldick, William Stewart, and Michael Rothkopf, “Contingent Transmission Rights in the Standard Market Design,” IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 18, pp. 1331-1337, 2003.

61. Aleksandar Pekec and Michael H. Rothkopf, “Combinatorial Auction Design,” Management Science 49, pp. 1485-1503,2003.

62. Sunju Park and Michael H. Rothkopf, “Auctions with Bidder-Determined Combinations,” European Journal of Operations Research 161, pp. 399-415, 2005.

63. Richard P. O’Neill, Paul M. Sotkiewicz, Benjamin F. Hobbs, Michael H. Rothkopf, and William R. Stewart, Jr., “Efficient Market-Clearing Prices in Markets with Nonconvexities,” European Journal of Operations Research 164, pp. 269-285, 2005.

64. Richard O’Neill, Udi Helman, Ross Baldick, William Stewart, and Michael Rothkopf, “Dispatchable Transmission in RTO Markets,” IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 20, pp.171-179, 2005.

65. Octavian Carare and Michael H. Rothkopf, “Slow Dutch Auctions,” Management Science 51, pp. 365-373, 2005.

66. Amar Cheema, Peter T. L. Popkowski Leszczyc, Rajesh Bagchi, Richard P. Bagozzi, James C. Cox, Utpal M. Dholakia, Eric A. Greenleaf, Amit Pazgal, Michael H. Rothkopf, Michael Shen, Shyam Sunder, and Robert Zeithammer, “Economics, Psychology, and Social Dynamics of Consumer Bidding in Auctions,” Marketing Letters 16:3/4, pp. 401-413, 2005.

67. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Thirteen Reasons the Vickrey-Clarke-Groves Process is Not Practical,” Operations Research 55, pp. 191-197, 2007.

68. E. David, A Rogers, N. R. Jennings, J. Schiff, S. Kraus, and M. H. Rothkopf, “Optimal Design of English Auctions with Discrete Bid Levels,” ACM Trans on Internet Technology 7 (2), article 12 (34 pages) (DOI= http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1239971.1239976).

69. Michael H. Rothkopf “Decision Analysis: the Right Tool for Auctions,” Decision Analysis 4(3), pp. 167-172, 2007.

70. Michael H. Rothkopf and Andrew B. Whinston, “On E-Auctions for Procurement Operations,” the special issue of Production and Operations Management on E-Procurement Auction Operations 16(4), pp. 404-408, 2007.

Independently Reviewed Book Chapters and Proceedings

C1. M.H. Rothkopf and H. de Vries, "Modeling Future Energy Supplies", Energy: From Surplus to Scarcity, Proceeding of the Institute of Petroleum 1973 Summer Meeting, K.A.D. Inglis, Ed., Applied Science Publishers, Ltd., Barking, Essex, England, pp. 105-117,1973.

C2. Shmuel S. Oren and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Optimal Bidding in Sequential Auctions", Proceedings of the IEEE Decision and Control Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, November, 1974.

C3. Shmuel S. Oren, Michael H. Rothkopf and Richard D. Smallwood, "A Causal Market Forecasting System: Theory and application", Market Measurement and Analysis, D.B. Montgomery and D.R. Wittink, eds., Marketing Science Institute, Cambridge, Mass., pp.9-21, 1980.

C4. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Bidding Theory: The Phenomena to be Modeled", Auctions, Bidding and Contracting: Uses and Theory, Richard Engelbrecht-Wiggans, Martin Shubik and Robert Stark, Eds., New York University Press, New York, pp. 105-120, 1983.

C5. Michael H. Rothkopf, Edward P. Kahn, Thomas J. Teisberg, Joseph Eto and Jean-Michel Nataf, "Designing PURPA Power Purchase Auctions: Theory and Practice," Competition in Electricity: New Markets and New Structures, James Plummer and Susan Troppmann, Eds., Public Utilities Reports, Inc., Arlington, VA, pp. 139-194, 1990.

C6. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Models of Auctions and Competitive Bidding," in Handbooks in Operations Research, Vol. 6: Operations Research and the Public Sector, Stephen Pollock, Michael H. Rothkopf and Arnold Barnett, Eds., pp. 673-699, 1994; Japanese translation, 1998.

C7. Ronald M. Harstad, Michael H. Rothkopf, and Keith Waehrer, "Efficiency in Auctions When Bidders Have Private Information About Competitors," Advances in Applied Micro-Economics, Volume 6, Michael Baye, Ed., JAI Press, pp. 1-13, 1996.

C8. Benjamin F. Hobbs, William R. Stewart, Jr., Robert E. Bixby, Michael H. Rothkopf, Richard P. O’Neill, and Hung Po Chao, “Why this Book? New Capabilities and New Needs for Unit Commitment Modeling,” Benjamin F. Hobbs, Michael H. Rothkopf, Richard P. O’Neill, and Hung-po Chao, Eds, Power Generation Unit Commitment Models: The Next Generation, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Mass., pp., 1-14, 2001.

C9. Richard P. O’Neill, Udi Helman, Paul Sotkiewicz, Michael H. Rothkopf, Benjamin F. Hobbs, and William Stewart, “Regulatory Evolution, Market Design, and the Unit Commitment Problem,” Benjamin F. Hobbs, Michael H. Rothkopf, Richard P. O’Neill, and Hung-po Chao, Eds, Power Generation Unit Commitment Models: The Next Generation, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, Mass., pp. 15-37, 2001.

C10. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Modeling Opportunities in Auctions,” Mathematics of the Internet: E-Auction and Markets, Brenda Dietrich and Rakesh V. Vohra, Eds., IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications, No. 127, Springer-Verlag, New York, pp. 1-14, 2002.

C11. B. F. Hobbs, R. P. O’Neill, U. Helman, W. R. Stewart, Jr., and M. H. Rothkopf, “A Joint Energy and Transmission Rights Auction for RTO Markets,” Proceedings, IEE Fifth International Conference on Power System Management and Control, IEE, London,pp. 65-70, 2002.

C12. Michael H. Rothkopf and Coleman Bazelon, “Combinatorial Interlicense Competition: Spectrum Deregulation without Confiscation or Giveaways.” Obtaining the Best from Regulation and Competition, Michael Crew and Menachem Spiegel, eds., Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 135-159, 2005.

C13. P. G. Bradford, S. Park, M. H. Rothkopf, “Protocol Completion Incentive Problems in Cryptographic Vickrey Auctions,” The Seventh International Conference on Electronic Commerce Research (ICECR-7), 55-64, 2004.

C14. Aleksander Pekec and Michael H. Rothkopf, “Non-computational Approaches to Mitigating Computational Problems in Combinatorial Auctions,” Combinatorial Auctions, Peter Cramton, Yoav Shoham, and Richard Steinberg, Eds., Cambridge, MA, MIT Press, pp. 395-411, 2006.

Selected Other Publications

O1. Michael H. Rothkopf, "World Models Won't Work", New Scientist 57, p. 654, March 22, 1973; reprinted in Simulation 21, pp. 60-61, August 1973.

O2. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Publication Policy in a Primitive Scientific Society", Interfaces 8, pp. 43-45, February 1978; reprinted in IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 21, pp. 139-140, 1978.

O3. Paul Rech and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Should Management Science Become a Synoptic Journal?" OR/MS Today 6, p. 5, January-February 1979.

O4. Robert S. Gibbons and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Review of Competitive Bidding Under Uncertainty: The Case of Offshore Oil by Albert K. Smiley", Interfaces 11, pp. 119-120, October 1981.

O5. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Review of Screening for Cancer: Theory, Analysis, and Design by David M. Eddy", Medical Decision Making 2, pp. 245-247, 1982.

O6. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Area Editor Statement: OR Practice", Operations Research 32, pp. 5-6, 1984; reprinted in revised form, Operations Research 37, pp. 6-7, 1989 and in Operations Research 41, pp. 6-7, 1993.

O7. Michael H. Rothkopf and David Wood, "Finding Equilibrium Bidding Strategies for a Simulated Timber Auction", Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference, pp. 602-604, 1985.

O8. Michael H. Rothkopf, "The OR Practice Section of Operations Research, A Progress Report", OR/MS Today 13, pp. 16-17, March-April 1986.

O9. Michael H. Rothkopf and Ronald M. Harstad, "Uncle Sam is Free with Our Assets," Philadelphia Inquirer, Op-Ed page (A-19), April 15, 1992; reprinted in Rutgers Focus 47, No. 18, p. 3, January 29, 1993.

O10. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Editorial: Interfaces' Mission, A Declaration of Dependence," Interfaces 24(4), pp. 111-112, July-August, 1994.

O11. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Editorial: Refereeing--How Blind Should We Be?" Interfaces 24(6), pp. 14-18, November-December, 1994.

O12. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Bidding Models," Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science, Saul I. Gass and Carl M. Harris, Eds., Klewer Academic Publishers, pp. 47-50, 1996.

O13. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Editorial: Which Universities Contribute to the Practice Literature?" The First Interfaces Ranking," Interfaces. 26(2), pp. 16-21, March-April, 1996.

O14. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Editorial: A Book About the Downside of New Technology," Interfaces 26(2), p. 112, March-April, 1996.

O15. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Editorial: When to Turn Down a Lead Role," Interfaces 26(5), pp. 7-8, September-October, 1996.

O16. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Editorial: Models as Aids to Thought," Interfaces 26(6), pp. 64-67, November-December, 1996.

O17. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Review of Education in a Research University, Kenneth J. Arrow, Richard W. Cottle, B. Curits Eaves, and Ingram Olkin, eds,." Interfaces 27(1), pp. 155-157, January-February 1997.

O18. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Editorial: Which Universities Contribute to the Practice Literature?" The Second Interfaces Ranking," Interfaces 27(4), pp. 19-22, July-August, 1997.

O19. Michael H. Rothkopf, "On Misusing Auctions to Value Stranded Assets," The Electricity Journal 10(10), pp. 10-17, December, 1997.

O20. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Valuing Stranded Costs: Can You Sell Your Lunch and Eat it Too?" The Electricity Journal 11(3), pp. 3-5, April, 1998.

O21. Michael H. Rothkopf, Editorial: Personal OR/MS," Interfaces 28(4), pp. 13-14, July-August, 1998.

O22. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Editorial: On Not Keeping Secrets," Interfaces 29(1), pp. 132-134, Jan-Feb, 1999.

O23. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Daily Repetition: A Neglected Factor in the Analysis of Electricity Auctions," The Electricity Journal 12(3), pp. 60-70, April, 1999.

O24. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Hugh Miser 1917-1999” ORMS Today 26(4), p. 60, August 1999.

O25. Michael Rothkopf, “Choosing Power Provider vs. Organizing Your Socks,” The New York Times, Section 14, p. 19, September 26, 1999.

O26. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Editorial: Which Universities Contribute to the Practice Literature?" The Third Interfaces Ranking," Interfaces 29(6), pp. 107-111, November-December 1999.

O27. Aleksandar Pekec and Michael H. Rothkopf, “Making the FCC’s First Combinatorial Auction Work Well: Comment on DA 00-1075, ‘Comment Sought on Modifying the Simultaneous Multiple Round Auction Design to Allow Combinatorial (Package) Bidding, http://www.fcc.gov/wtb/auctions/papers/papers.html, June 7, 2000.

O28. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Under the Mike-R-Scope: What Happened at Xerox PARC?” Interfaces 30(6), pp. 91-94, November-December, 2000.

O29. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Bidding Models," Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science, 2nd Edition, Saul I. Gass and Carl M. Harris, Eds., pp. 60-62, 2001.

O30. Hugh J. Miser and Michael H. Rothkopf, “Operations Research,” The International Encyclopedia of Business and Management, 2nd edition, Malcom Warner, Ed., London: Thompson Learning, pp. 4855-4869, 2001.

O31. Price C. Watts (Michael H. Rothkopf), “Heresy? The Case Against Electricity Deregulation,” The Electricity Journal 14(4), pp. 19-24, May 2001.

O32. Terry Harrison and Michael H. Rothkopf, “Editorial: An Initiative to Help Preserve the History of ORMS,” Interfaces 31(3), pp. 1-2, May-June, 2001; reprinted in ORMS Today 28(3), p. 52, June, 2001.

O33. Michael H. Rothkopf and Terry Harrison, “Editorial: The Oracles Last Words,” Interfaces, 31(4), pp. 15-16, July-August, 2001.

O34. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Editorial: Leveling the Field? The Fourth Interfaces Ranking of Universities’ Contribution to the Practice Literature,” Interfaces 32(2), pp. 23-27 March-April 2002.

O35. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Review of The Future of e-Markets: Multidimensional Market Mechanisms by Martin Bichler,” Journal of Economic Literature 41(1), pp. 214-215, March, 2003.

O36. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Controlling Market Power in Short-Term Electricity Auctions,” The Electricity Journal 15(10), pp. 15-24, October 2002.

O36. Michael H.Rothkopf and Coleman Bazelon, “Spectrum Regulation without Confiscation or Giveaways,” Comment in the Matter of Issues Related to the Commission’s Spectrum Policies (ET Docket No. 02-135), January 9, 2003.

O37. Michael H. Rothkopf and Coleman Bazelon, “Ending the Pain,” FT.com, 9/9/03.

O38. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Editorial: The Fifth Interfaces Ranking of Universities’ Contribution to the Practice Literature,” Interfaces 34(2), pp. 135-138, March-April 2004.

O39. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Academic/Practitioner Cooperation, Part 1.: Why is it Important? Why is it Hard?” ORMS Today 31(1), p. 6, 2004.

O40. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Academic/Practitioner Cooperation, Part 2.: What to do about it?” ORMS Today 31(2), p. 6, 2004.

O41. Wedad Elmaghraby, Richard O’Neill, Michael H. Rothkopf, William R. Stewart, Jr., “Pricing and Efficiency in ‘Lumpy’ Energy Markets,” The Electricity Journal, June 17(5), pp. 54-64, 2004.

O42. Michael H. Rothkopf, “The Business of Publishing Journals,” ORMS Today 31(3), p. 6, 2004.

O43. Michael H. Rothkopf, “INFORMS’ Meetings: Lots of Choices Including Yours,” ORMS Today 31(4), p. 6, 2004.

O44. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Diversity, INFORMS Style,” ORMS Today 31(5), p. 6, 2004.

O45. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Selling ‘Better’,” ORMS Today 31(6), p. 6, 2004.

O46. Michael H. Rothkopf, “IFORS’ Operational Research Hall of Fame: Hugh Jordan Miser,” International Transactions in Operations Research 12, pp. 259-262, 2005.

O47. Wedad Elmaghraby, Pinar Keskinocak, and Michael Rothkopf, “Introduction,” Special Issue on Dynamic Pricing Policies in Electronic Commerce, Electronic Commerce Research 5, pp. 175-180, 2005.

O48. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Editorial: The Sixth Interfaces Ranking of Universities Contributions to the Practice Literature,” Interfaces 35(5), pp. 425-428, 2005.

O49. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Editorial: The Seventh Interfaces Ranking of Universities Contributions to the Practice Literature,” to appear in Interfaces.

O50. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Dealing with Failed Deregulation: What Would Price C. Watts Do?” The Electricity Journal 20(7), pp10-16, 2007.

Selected Reports

R1. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Scheduling Independent Tasks on One or More Processors", Ph.D. Dissertation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1964.

R2. Michael H. Rothkopf, "The Expected Value of an Additional Bidder", Technical Progress Report 96-65, Shell Development Co., Emeryville, Calif., 1965.

R3. M.H. Rothkopf, "Probabilistic Analysis of Ventures: The Detergent Alcohol Study and Some General Observations", Technical Progress Report 183-65, Shell Development Co., Emeryville, Calif., 1965.

R4. G.G. Eldredge and M.H. Rothkopf, "Optimal Location of Pipelines", Technical Progress Report 264-65, Shell Development Co., Emeryville, Calif., 1965.

R5. M.H. Rothkopf and L.G. Barton, "ZIPCODE -- Integer Programming by Branch and Bound", Technical Progress Report 280-69, Shell Development Co., Emeryville, Calif., 1969.

R6. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Equilibrium Bidding in Second Price Auctions", Paper P-1731, Shell Development Co., Emeryville, Calif., 1969.

R7. H.J. Beetle, L. Fowler and M. H. Rothkopf, "A Computer Program to Aid in Preparing Real Estate Proposals: Version 1A -- An Online Management Tool", Technical Progress Report 107-70, Shell Development Co., Emeryville, Calif., 1970.

R8. P.T. Grimes, R.R. Meyer and M.H. Rothkopf, "Optimization of Multiperiod Distribution Networks with Capital Facilities -- A Preliminary Approach", Technical Progress Report 1880-70, Shell Development Co., Emeryville, Calif., 1970.

R9. M.H. Rothkopf, C.H. Barkelew, G.G. Eldredge, V.M. Richardson, P.T. Grimes and R.L. Heintz, "Measuring the Effect on Gasoline Sales of Shell's Advertising: Evaluation of an Experimental Approach" Technical Information Record 290, Shell Development Co., Emeryville, Calif., 1970.

R10. R.L. Heintz, M.H. Rothkopf and T.K. Zierer, "Mixed Integer Programming with the Marisabeth Code", Technical Information Record 324, Shell Development Co., Emeryville, Calif., 1971.

R11. Michael H. Rothkopf, "A Measure of Venture Risk -- EVPI", Paper P-1990, Shell Development Co., Emeryville, Calif., 1971.

R12. J.D.H. Reddick and M.J. Rothkopf with S.R. Watson, "Analytical Financial Models of the Firm", Progress Report No. 1, Group Planning Division, Shell International Petroleum Co., London, 1973.

R13. Michael H. Rothkopf, Peter Redwood and Kevin Rice, "The SCOPE Model: An Easy to Use Project Evaluation Method", Analysis Research Group Technical Report 74-11, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, Palo Alto, Calif., 1974.

R14. S. C. Parikh and M. H. Rothkopf, "Long Run Elasticity of Energy Demand," Technical Report. 77-6, Systems Optimization Laboratory, Department of Operations Research, Stanford University, February 1977.

R15. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Turn Around Time When Work Fluctuates Both Systematically and Randomly", Analysis Research Group Technical Report 77-7, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, Palo Alto, Calif., 1977.

R16. David M. Eddy, Anirudh Dhebar, Judy Fox, Michael H. Rothkopf, Laura Sanders and Rick Schwartz, "The Cost of Cancer to Industry", Report to the American Cancer Society, Program for the Analysis of Clinical Policies, Department of Engineering-Economic Systems, Stanford University, 1981.

R17. Robert J. Doyle, John Nordin, Anthony Thrall, Michael H. Rothkopf, Philip M. Roth, and Stanley Hayes, "Development of a Methodology for Estimating the Cost of Uncertainty in Air Quality Modeling", Report to the Electric Power Research Institute, Publication No.82244, System Applications, Inc., San Rafael, Calif., 1982.

R18. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Modeling Battery-Assisted Copiers", Memorandum to W. Thomas Warren, Analysis Research Group, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, Palo Alto, Calif., September 26, 1982.

R19. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Comments on 'Alternative Bid Variables as Instruments of OCS Leasing Policy' by Mead, Moseidjord and Muraoka", Report LBL-16386, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 1983.

R20. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Comment on Proposed Policy on Procedures for Control of Skewed Bidding in National Forest Timber Sales", Report LBL-16571, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 1983.

R21. Carol C. Korenbrot, Michael H. Rothkopf and Conley G. Lacey, "Treatment Selection for Cervical Carcinoma In Situ", Institute for Health Policy Studies, University of California at San Francisco, 1983.

R22. Michael H. Rothkopf, "On Joint Bidding and Information Pooling in Petroleum Lease Auctions", Report LBL-17933, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 1984.

R23. Michael H. Rothkopf and David Wood, "Finding Equilibrium Bidding Strategies for a Simulated Timber Auction", Report LBL-20629, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 1985.

R24. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Some Empirical Observations on Optimal Reservation Prices in Auctions", Report LBL-21541, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 1986.

R25. Michael H. Rothkopf and C. Bart McGuire, "Assessment of Negotiation Options for Coal-Lease Sales", Report LBL-22501, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 1986.

R26. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Bridging the Gap Between First- and Second-Price Auctions with Withdrawable Winning Bids", Report LBL-23283, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 1987.

R27. Michael H. Rothkopf, Edward P. Kahn, Thomas J. Teisberg, Joseph Eto and Jean-Michel Nataf, "Designing PURPA Power Purchase Auctions: Theory and Practice", Report LBL-23906, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 1987; reprinted by Office of Policy, Planning and Analysis, U.S. Department of Energy as Report DOE/SF/00098-H1, November 1987.

R28. Charles A. Goldman, Michael H. Rothkopf, Susan E. Pantell and Ann Thorpe, "U.S. Energy Vulnerability in the 1990s: A Reassessment", Report LBL-24909, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 1987.

R29. Michael H. Rothkopf, Thomas J. Teisberg and Edward P. Kahn, "Why Are Vickrey Auctions Rare?", Report LBL-24277, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 1987; also, RUTCOR Research Report #2-89 and School of Business Working Paper No. 132, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J, 1989.

R30. B.K. Barnes and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Energy Emergency Preparedness: An Overview", Report LBL-25077, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, 1988.

R31. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Comment on 'The Incidence of Welfare Losses Due to Appliance Efficiency Standards,'" School of Business Working Paper No. 140, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J, 1989.

R32. Ronald M. Harstad and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Enriched Modeling of English Auctions," RUTCOR Research Report #33-89 and School of Business Working Paper No. 148, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 1989.

R33. Michael H. Rothkopf and David J. Wood, "Modelworthy Equilibria," RUTCOR Research Report #41-89, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 1989.

R34. Richard Engelbrecht-Wiggans and Michael H. Rothkopf, "The Role of Information in Oral Auctions," School of Business Working Paper No. 147, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 1989.

R35. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Forecasting When the Forecast Can Affect the Outcome: An Impossibility Result," RUTCOR Research Report #4-90, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 1990.

R36. Michael H. Rothkopf and Ronald M. Harstad, "Reconciling Efficiency Arguments in Taxation and Public Sector Resource Leasing," RUTCOR Research Report #66-90 and School of Business Working Paper No. 155, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 1990.

R37. Ronald M. Harstad and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Models of Information Flows in English Auctions," RUTCOR Research Report #9-91 and School of Business Working Paper No. 159, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 1991.

R38. Michael H. Rothkopf, "Models of Auctions and Competitve Bidding," School of Business Working Paper No. 161 and RUTCOR Research Report #13-91, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 1991.

R39. Ronald M. Harstad and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Optimal Use of Governmental Monopoly Power," School of Business Working Paper No. 162 and RUTCOR Research Report #37-91, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 1991.

R40. Michael H. Rothkopf and Ronald M. Harstad, "Taxation Inefficiency and Models of Public Sector Resource Leasing," School of Business Working Paper No. 163, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 1991.

R41. Michael H. Rothkopf and Ronald M. Harstad, "Efficiency of Area Wide Oil Leasing with a Constrained Public Budget," School of Business Working Paper No. 164, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 1991.

R42. Michael H. Rothkopf and Ronald M. Harstad, "Modeling Competitive Bidding: A Critical Essay," RUTCOR Research Report #38-92, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 1992.

R43. Michael H. Rothkopf, Aleksandar Pekec and Ronald M. Harstad, "Computationally Manageable Combinatorial Auctions," RUTCOR Research Report #13-95 and DIMACS Technical Report 95-09, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 1995.

R44. Stewart Holmes, Laurel Hyde and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Auctions and Their Use in Natural Gas Markets," Office of Economic Policy, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Policy Paper 98-09, October, 1998.

R45. Laurel Hyde and Michael H. Rothkopf, "Glossary of Auction Terms," Office of Economic Policy, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Policy Paper 98-10, October, 1998.

R46. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Expert Report of Michael H. Rothkopf, Ph.D.,” In re: Pocket Communications, Inc. and DCR PCS, Inc., Debtors. Pacific Eagle Investments, Ltd., et al. v. Federal Communications Commission and United States of America, Case No. 97-5-4105-SD, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, for the District of Maryland, Northern Division, December 13, 1999.

R47. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Tales from a Nonstandard Career in Operations Research,” RUTCOR Research Report #48-2000, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 2000.

R48. 20 coauthors and Michael H. Rothkopf, “Brief Amicus Curiae of Electrical Engineers, Energy Economists and Physicists in Support of Respondents in No. 00-568,” United States Supreme Court, May 31, 2001.

R49. Michael H. Rothkopf, “Heretical Thoughts on the Design of Combinatorial Auctions for the FCC,” RUTCOR Research Report #52-2001, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 2001.

R50. James M. Snider, Michael H. Rothkopf, Bennett Kopp, Nigel Holmes, and Troy Kravitz, “The Citizen’s Guide to the Airwaves,” New America Foundation, 2003; available at http://www.newamerica.net/publications/policy/citizens_guide_to_the_airwaves.

R51. Michael H. Rothkopf and Coleman Bazelon, “Interlicense Competition: Spectrum Deregulation without Confiscation or Giveaways,” New America Foundation, 2003.

R52. Sunju Park, Seungjae Han, and Michael H. Rothkopf, “A Dynamic Model of Pricing Priority-Based Network Services,” RUTCOR Research Report #1-2004, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 2004.

R53. Phillip Bradford, Sunju Park and Michael H. Rothkopf, “Protocol Completion Problems in Cryptographic Vickrey Auctions,” RUTCOR Research Report #3-2004, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 2004.

R54. Peter K. Ashton, Lee O. Upton, III, and Michael H. Rothkopf, “Effects of Royalty Incentives for Gulf of Mexico Oil and Gas Leases: Volume I: Summary,” OCS Study MMS 2004-007, U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Economics Division, 2005.

R55. Peter K. Ashton, Lee O. Upton, III, and Michael H. Rothkopf, “Effects of Royalty Incentives for Gulf of Mexico Oil and Gas Leases: Volume II: Technical Report,” OCS Study MMS 2004-007, U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Economics Division, 2005.

R56. Michael H. Rothkopf, Radford Schantz, and Lee O. Upton, III, “Optimal Management of Oil Lease Inventories: Option Value and Information about Lease Quality,” RUTCOR Research Report #22-2006, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 2006.