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Show abstractBjörn Bartling, Florian Engl, Roberto A. Weber, Game form misconceptions are not necessary for a willingness-to-pay vs. willingness-to-accept gap, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 180, 2015. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractStefan Bruder, Comparing several methods to compute joint prediction regions for path forecasts generated by vector autoregressions, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 181, 2015. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractAndreas Beerli, Ronald Indergand, Which factors drive the skill-mix of migrants in the long-run?, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 182, 2014. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractMathias Hoffmann, Iryna Stewen, Holes in the dike: the global savings glut, U.S. house prices and the long shadow of banking deregulation, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 183, 2014. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractChristian Ewerhart, An envelope approach to tournament design, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 184, 2015. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractPeter H Kriss, Roberto A. Weber, Erte Xiao, Turning a blind eye, but not the other cheek: on the robustness of costly punishment, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 185, 2015. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractDaron Acemoglu, David Autor, David Dorn, Gordon H Hanson, Import competition and the great U.S. employment sag of the 2000s, In: NBER Working Papers, No. 20395, 2014. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractRafael Lalive, Armin Schmutzler, Auctions vs negotiations in public procurement: which works better?, In: CEPR Discussion Papers, No. 8538, 2011. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractChristian Ewerhart, Contests with small noise and the robustness of the all-pay auction, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 186, 2017. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractFatih Guvenen, Michelle Rendall, Women's emancipation through education: a macroeconomic analysis, In: SSRN, No. 2250521, 2013. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractHans-Joachim Voth, Fear, folly, and financial crises: some policy lessons from history, In: UBS Center Public Paper Series, No. 2, 2014. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractKjetil Storesletten, Fabrizio Zilibotti, China’s great convergence and beyond, In: UBS Center Public Paper Series, No. 1, 2013. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractTamás L Balogh, Christian Ewerhart, On the origin of r-concavity and related concepts, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 187, 2015. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractJean-Michel Benkert, Bilateral trade with loss-averse agents, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 188, 2022. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractPhilippe Aghion, Ernst Fehr, Richard Holden, Tom Wilkening, The role of bounded rationality and imperfect information in subgame perfect implementation: an empirical investigation, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 189, 2015. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractAndreas J Beerli, Ronald Indergand, Which factors drive the skill-mix of migrants in the long-run?, In: UBS Center Working Paper Series, No. 12, 2015. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractJean-Michel Benkert, Nick Netzer, Informational requirements of nudging, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 190, 2016. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractChristian Ewerhart, A "fractal" solution to the chopstick auction, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 229, 2017. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractAndrei A Levchenko, Jingjing Zhang, The evolution of comparative advantage: measurement and implications, In: UBS Center Working Paper Series, No. 11, 2015. (Working Paper)
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Show abstractGregory S. Crawford, Nicola Pavanini, Fabiano Schivardi, Asymmetric information and imperfect competition in lending markets, In: Working paper series / Department of Economics, No. 192, 2015. (Working Paper)
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