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Promises, partnership, contract theory, behavioral economics, hidden action, moral hazard, lies, social preferences, psychological game theory, guilt aversion, reciprocity, fairness
Anti-trust, leniency, immunity, amnesty, blow the whistle, cartels, price competition, Bertrand model, experiment, communication
Behavioral economics, cheap talk, communication, cost-of-lying, credibility, guilt aversion, psychological game theory, promises
Psychological games, belief-dependent motivation, extensive-form solution concepts, dynamic interactive epistemology
bribes, corruption, governance, immunity, law enforcement, leniency, whistleblowers
agreement, bargaining, behavioral economics, contract, deal, experiment, honesty, lost wallet game, negotiation, temptation
frustration, anger, blame, belief-dependent preferences, psychological games
discrete public good, participation, reciprocity networks, coordination, cost-sharing
Social Preferences, Competitive Markets, General Equilibrium
conflict, land-conflict game, social preferences, forward induction, Ethiopia, experiment, land reform
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bribes, corruption, immunity, law enforcement, leniency, whistleblowers
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markets, other-regarding preferences, self-interest, welfare
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co-financing agreements, informal agreements, public goods, reciprocity
cheating, lying, costs, audience, perceived cheating aversion
backward induction, interactive epistemology, player set cardinality, experiment
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