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Show abstractBjörn Bartling, Roberto A. Weber, Lan Yao, Do markets erode social responsibility?, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 134, 2014. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractChristian Ewerhart, Federico Quartieri, Unique equilibrium in contests with incomplete information, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 133, 2018. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractLasse Steiner, Bruno Frey, Magnus Resch, Home is where your art is: the home bias of art collectors, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 135, 2013. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractSimon Alder, Lin Shao, Fabrizio Zilibotti, Economic reforms and industrial policy in a panel of Chinese cities, In: UBS Center Working Paper Series, No. 5, 2013. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractBjörn Bartling, Roberto A. Weber, Do markets erode social responsibility?, In: UBS Center Working Paper Series, No. 6, 2013. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractOlivier Ledoit, Michael Wolf, Nonlinear shrinkage of the covariance matrix for portfolio selection: Markowitz meets Goldilocks, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 137, 2017. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractBjörn Bartling, Urs Fischbacher, Simeon Schudy, Pivotality and responsibility attribution in sequential voting, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 138, 2015. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractMichelle Rendall, Franziska J Weiss, Employment polarization and the role of the apprenticeship system, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 141, 2014. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractChristoph Basten, Cathérine Koch, The causal effect of house prices on mortgage demand and mortgage supply, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 140, 2014. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractChristian Kiedaisch, Growth and welfare effects of intellectual property rights when consumers differ in income, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 221, 2017. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractChristian Ewerhart, Mixed equilibria in Tullock contests, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 143, 2014. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractMichael D König, Xiaodong Liu, Yves Zenou, R&D networks: theory, empirics and policy implications, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 142, 2014. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractBruno Frey, Lasse Steiner, God does not play dice, but people should: random selection in politics, science and society, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 144, 2014. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractAshok Kaul, Michael Wolf, The (possible) effect of plain packaging on the smoking prevalence of minors in Australia: a trend analysis, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 149, 2014. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractLea Cassar, Optimal contracting with endogenous project mission, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 150, 2014. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractMauricio Drelichman, Hans-Joachim Voth, Risk sharing with the monarch: contingent debt and excusable defaults in the age of Philip II, 1556–1598, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 145, 2014. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractGiovanni Giusti, Charles Noussair, Hans-Joachim Voth, Recreating the south sea bubble: lessons from an experiment in financial history, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 146, 2014. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractPeter Koudijs, Hans-Joachim Voth, Leverage and beliefs: personal experience and risk taking in margin lending, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 148, 2014. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractShanker Satyanath, Nico Voigtländer, Hans-Joachim Voth, Bowling for fascism: social capital and the rise of the Nazi Party, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 147, 2014. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractGregori Baetschmann, Rainer Winkelmann, A dynamic hurdle model for zero-inflated count data: with an application to health care utilization, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 151, 2014. (Working Paper)
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