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Efficient Mechanisms for Level-k Bilateral Trading
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Endogenous Indoctrination: Occupational Choices, the Evolution of Beliefs and the Political Economy of Reforms
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Theory and Practice in Anti-corruption Policies
Steven D Levitt (view webpage)
Why are Gambling Markets Organized so Differently than Financial Markets?
Vol. 114, p223
S Ghosal and M Miller (view webpage Ghosal, Miller )
Co-ordination Failure, Moral Hazard and Sovereign Bankruptcy Procedures
Vol. 113, p276
M Obstfeld and A M. Taylor (view webpage Obstfeld, Taylor)
Sovereign Risk, Credibility, and the Gold Standard: 1870-1913 versus 1925-31
Vol. 113, p241
P Carneiro and J J Heckman (view webpage Carneiro, Heckman)
The Evidence on Credit Constraints in Post-secondary Schooling
Avner Greif (view webpage)
Institutions and Economic Development: Reflection from the late medieval commercial revolution
J Heaton and D Lucas (view webpage Heaton, Lucas)
Portfolio Choice in the Presence of Background Risk
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