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Show abstractChristian Ewerhart, Kremena Valkanova, Fictitious play in networks, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 239, 2019. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractOlivier Ledoit, Michael Wolf, Zhao Zhao, Efficient sorting: a more powerful test for cross-sectional anomalies, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 238, 2018. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractMichael D König, Aggregate fluctuations in adaptive production networks, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 240, 2016. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractChristian Ewerhart, The lottery contest is a best-response potential game, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 242, 2017. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractOlivier Ledoit, Michael Wolf, Numerical implementation of the QuEST function, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 215, 2017. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractLorenzo Casaburi, Jack Willis, Time vs. state in insurance: experimental evidence from contract farming in Kenya, In: UBS Center Working Paper Series, No. 18, 2016. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractDominic Rohner, The economics of peace: can “Swiss” institutions do the job?, In: UBS Center Public Paper Series, No. 5, 2016. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractFelipe Kast, Stephan Meier, Dina Pomeranz, Saving more in groups: field experimental evidence from Chile, In: HBS Working Paper Series, No. 12-060, 2016. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractDavid Dorn, The Rise of the Machines: how computers have changed work, In: UBS Center Public Paper Series, No. 4, 2015. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractChih-Sheng Hsieh, Michael D König, Xiaodong Liu, Network formation with local complements and global substitutes: the case of R&D networks, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 217, 2017. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractAlain Cohn, Ernst Fehr, Michel Maréchal, Do professional norms in the banking industry favor risk-taking?, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 244, 2017. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractChristian Ewerhart, Revenue ranking of optimally biased contests: the case of two players, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 243, 2017. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractDaniela Heilert, Ashok Kaul, Smoking behaviour in Germany: evidence from the SOEP, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 245, 2017. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractRalph Ossa, Quantitative models of commercial policy, In: NBER Working Papers, No. 22062, 2016. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractStefan Bruder, Michael Wolf, Balanced bootstrap joint confidence bands for structural impulse response functions, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 246, 2018. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractErnst Fehr, Ivo Schurtenberger, The dynamics of norm formation and norm decay, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 278, 2018. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractMarco Le Moglie, Giuseppe Sorrenti, Revealing “Mafia Inc.”? Financial Crisis, Organized Crime, and the Birth of New Enterprises, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 251, 2019. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractFabio Cerina, Alessio Moro, Michelle Petersen Rendall, The role of gender in employment polarization, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 250, 2017. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractZhuan Pei, Jörn-Steffen Pischke, Hannes Schwandt, Poorly measured confounders are more useful on the left than on the right, In: NBER Working Papers, No. 23232, 2017. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractHannes Schwandt, The lasting legacy of seasonal influenza: in-utero exposure and labor market outcomes, In: IZA Discussion Papers, No. 10589, 2017. (Working Paper)
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