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Lying, Deception, Experiments, Behavioral Economics
Efficiency Gap, Partisan Gerrymandering, Measurement, Cost-Benefit Analysis, Scale Invariance, Polarization
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markets, other-regarding preferences, self-interest, welfare
Contract theory, Incentives
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