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08/15/2000 01:36 PM by Laurent Franckx; social norms and formal incentives
According to the literature on social norms, a society can end up in a "desirable" equilibrium (for instance, without overexploitation of natural resources) without formal incentives for "desirable" behavior, because people seek
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08/14/2000 10:39 AM by Walter;
Could you rewrite your question? I cannot read anything. Walter

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08/14/2000 07:16 AM by Franckx Laurent; social norms and formal incentives
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