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Monash University


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 Victoria, 3145
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Letting the Briber Go Free: An Experiment on Mitigating Harassment Bribes | Show Abstract | Download |
Indian School of Business WP ISB-WP/104/2012
Working Paper Series
Abbink, Klaus
Monash University
Dasgupta, Utteeyo
Wagner College-Department of Economics
Gangadharan, Lata
Monash University
Jain, Tarun
Indian School of Business
Posted:
25 Oct 12
Last Revised:
15 Dec 13
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2.  
Dasgupta, Utteeyo
Wagner College-Department of Economics
Gangadharan, Lata
Monash University
Maitra, Pushkar
Monash University - Department of Economics
Mani, Subha
Fordham University - Fordham College at Rose Hill
Subramanian, Samyukta
Pratham
Posted:
03 Nov 12
14
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Cooperation Spillovers and Price Competition in Experimental Markets | Show Abstract | Download |
Economic Inquiry, Vol. 51, Issue 3, pp. 1715-1730, 2013
Accepted Paper Series
Cason, Timothy N.
Purdue University - Krannert School of Management
Gangadharan, Lata
Monash University
Posted:
07 May 13
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