Warsaw , 00-241
University of Warsaw, Department of Economics
Prisoner's dilemma, bilateral monopoly, experiment
high-frequency financial data, robust analysis, pre-weighting, efficient market hypothesis, calendar effects, intra-day effects, the open jump effect, the end of session effect, emerging markets
return to education, private returns, skill biased technical change, sample selection
to education, private returns, social return
option pricing models, financial market volatility, high-frequency financial data, realized volatility, implied volatility, microstructure bias, emerging markets
unemployment, job finding, worker flows
Income diversification, rural areas, propensity score matching, Poland
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