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Review of Acemoglu and Robinson's Why Nations Fail:
Can we explain the world by extractive and inclusive political institutions?
[Posted at 09/30/2012 12:55 AM by David K. Levine ]
Is Behavioral Economics Doomed?:
Now available everywhere From Openbook Publishers - a new open access book about traditional and behavioral economics.
[Posted at 06/20/2012 08:05 AM by David K. Levine ]
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"Market for Degrees and Educational Standards" [04/15/13] (with S. Modica)
"Conflict, Evolution, Hegemony and the Power of the State" [04/15/13] (with S. Modica)
"Tail Probabilities for Triangular Arrays" [04/14/13] (with D. Fudenberg)
"Codes of Conduct, Private Information and Repeated Games" [08/14/12] (with J. Block)
"An Approximate Dual-Self Model and Paradoxes of Choice under Risk" [08/03/12] (with D. Fudenberg and Z. Maniadis)
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