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patent hold-up, option contract, reasonable and nondiscriminatory royalties (RAND), antitrust
contingent control rights; default rules; expectation damages; holdup; installment contracts; material breach; non-divisible contracts; endogenous reversibility
patent holdup, patent disclosure, standard setting organizations, industry standards, disclosure rules, conversation, asymmetric information, Bertrand competition
child labor, educational investment, trade-off, intrinsic motivation, discrimination, bivariate probit, Uganda
breach remedies; cooperative investment; expectation damages; imperfect contract enforcement; material breach; perfect tender rule; rejection; under-compensatory damages
adversarial justice; evidence-based decision-making; expert testimony; inquisitorial justice; litigation; persuasion games; science vs. advocacy
conversation, correlated trading, experimental finance, fund managers, hedge funds, information sharing, word-of-mouth communication
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dynamic discrete choice, Experimentation, learning, Standardization
Boilerplate Contracting, Contract Completeness, Contract Complexity, Incomplete Contracts, Loan Contracts, Natural Language Processing, Text Analysis, Transaction Costs Economics
asymmetric information, conversation, communication, disclosure, joint ventures, secrets, signaling, standard setting organizations
antitrust, competition policy, Federal Trade Commission, Department of Justice, European Commission, separation of powers
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