Department of Economics
55 Laurier E.
Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5
University of Ottawa
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crime, economic development, inequality, private protection, public enforcement and redistribution
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Crime, private protection, public enforcement, economic development, inequality, redistibution
property rights, free access, enforcement costs, natural resources, income levels, economic development, economics of crime, illegal labor
Environmental regulation, Private mitigation, Trade; Dirty Goods, Individual Welfare, Health, Democracy, Representation Theorem
regulation, environment, pollution, private mitigation, trade, welfare, health, collective choice
Natural Resources, Property Rights, Trespass, Theft, Over-Exploitation, Under-Exploitation
Property Rights, Weak State Presence, Enforcement, Exclusion, Appropriation, Natural Resources, Trespass, Theft, Over-Exploitation, Under-Exploitation
Property rights, enforcement, wealth distribution, natural resources, illegal extraction
pollution, environmental regulation, private mitigation, income inequality, democracy, trade, welfare, collective choice, political economy
Property Rights, Natural Resources, Mobile Capital, Factor Payments, Income Distribution, Dual Approach
Institutions, Property Rights, Agriculture, Natural Resources, Factor Migration, Factor Returns, Redistribution, Factor Misallocation, Structural Changes, Agrarian Reform, Resource Privatisation
Crime, private protection, efficiency
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Political competition, probabilistic voting, political influence, tax policy, public goods, GEMTAP, computable equilibrium
property rights, natural resources, frontier, conflicts, land degradation
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