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|ECON 190||Informational Requirements of Nudging. Jean-Michel Benkert and Nick Netzer (Apr 2015)|
|ECON 189||The Role of Bounded Rationality and Imperfect Information in Subgame Perfect Implementation: An Empirical Investigation. Philippe Aghion, Ernst Fehr, Richard Holden and Tom Wilkening (Mar 2015)|
|ECON 188||Bilateral Trade with Loss-Averse Agents. Jean-Michel Benkert (Mar 2015)|
|ECON 138||Pivotality and Responsibility Attribution in Sequential Voting. Björn Bartling, Urs Fischbacher and Simeon Schudy (Mar 2015)|
|ECON 50||Generosity Across Contexts. Alexander L. Davis, Nadja R. Jehli, John H. Miller and Roberto A. Weber (Mar 2015)|
|ECON 187||On the origin of r-concavity and related concepts. Tamás L. Balogh and Christian Ewerhart (Feb 2015)|
|ECON 186||Rent-Seeking Games and the All-Pay Auction. Christian Ewerhart (Jan 2015)|
|ECON 185||Turning a Blind Eye, But Not the Other Cheek: On the Robustness of Costly Punishment. Peter H. Kriss, Roberto A. Weber and Erte Xiao (Jan 2015)|