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Daniel Carpenter


 

Harvard University


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Keeping Tabs on Financial Innovation: Product Identifiers in Consumer Financial Regulation | Show Abstract | Download This Paper | Open PDF in Browser |
18 North Carolina Banking Institute Journal 195 (Special Ed. 2013)
Number of Pages in PDF File: 36
Carpenter, Daniel
Harvard University
McCoy, Patricia A.
Boston College Law School
Posted:
31 Aug 13
Last Revised:
08 Jul 16
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Paths of Recruitment: Rational Social Prospecting in Petition Canvassing | Show Abstract | Download This Paper | Open PDF in Browser |
Political Networks Workshops & Conference 2016
Number of Pages in PDF File: 72
Nall, Clayton
Stanford University
Schneer, Benjamin
Harvard University - Department of Government
Carpenter, Daniel
Harvard University
Posted:
16 Jun 16
Last Revised:
13 Jul 16
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Is Health Politics Different? | Show Abstract |
Annual Review of Political Science, Vol. 15, pp. 287-311, 2012
Carpenter, Daniel
Harvard University
Posted:
25 Jun 12
 


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