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Echazu, Luciana

 Assistant Professor
 

Clarkson University


 Potsdam, NY 13699-5780
 United States
 315-268-6456 (Phone)
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1.   Incl. Electronic Paper
Echazu, Luciana
Clarkson University
Garoupa, Nuno M.
University of Illinois College of Law
Posted:
19 Oct 09
Last Revised:
29 Jul 10
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Why Not Adopt a Loser-Pays-All Rule in Criminal Litigation? | Show Abstract | Download |
International Review of Law and Economics, 2012, Illinois Program in Law, Behavior and Social Science Paper No. LBSS12-03
Accepted Paper Series
Garoupa, Nuno M.
University of Illinois College of Law
Echazu, Luciana
Clarkson University
Posted:
06 Mar 12
Last Revised:
12 Sep 12
62
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3.  
Nocetti, Diego
Clarkson University
Echazu, Luciana
Clarkson University
Posted:
22 Oct 11
62
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4.  
Echazu, Luciana
Clarkson University
Nocetti, Diego
Clarkson University
Smith, William T.
University of Memphis - Economics
Posted:
22 Oct 11
46
(238,407)
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Echazu, Luciana
Clarkson University
Heintzelman, Martin D.
Clarkson University School of Business
Posted:
02 Aug 12
35
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