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- 2022-1: Don't Leave the Regulator Alone in the Commons: How Fishing Cooperatives Can Help Ameliorate Inefficiencies
- Juan Rosas-Munoz, Ana Espinola-Arredondo and Felix Munoz-Garcia
- 2021-1: An Assessment of Senator Romney's Family Security Act: Would it Really Reduce Poverty?
- Salvador Ortigueira and Nawid Siassi
- 2020-4: Fungicide Resistance and Misinformation: A Game Theoretic Approach
- Chelsea Chelsea and Ana Espinola-Arredondo
- 2020-3: Game-Theoretic Analyses of US Settlement Allowing for Coercion
- Chelsea Pardini and Ana Espinola-Arredondo
- 2020-2: The Welfare and Distributional Effects of Fiscal Volatility: A Quantitative Evaluation
- RÜdiger Bachman, Jinhui Bai, Minjoon Lee and Fudong Zhang
- 2020-1: Mergers as an environmental ally: Socially excessive and insufficient merger approvals
- Pak-Sing Choi, Ana Espinola-Arredondo and Felix Munoz-Garcia
- 2019-5: Assessing the Importance of an Attribute in a Demand SystemStructural Model versus Machine Learning
- Syed Badruddoza, Modhurima Amin and Jill McCluskey
- 2019-4: Financial stress, cognition and vaccine use: Dual-processing and changes in risk preference
- Richard Iles, Thomas Marsh, Thumbi Mwangi and Guy Palmer
- 2019-3: The role of poverty on economic decision-making: a model of cognitive function and heuristic use
- Richard Iles, Haniel Gatumu and Samuel Kagunda
- 2019-2: Poverty, a heuristic and economic decision-making: A quasi-natural experiment from rural Kenya
- Richard Iles, Thomas Marsh and Thumbi Mwangi
- 2019-1: Regulators and Environmental Groups: Substitutes or Complements?
- Ana Espinola-Arredondo, Eleni Stathopoulou and Felix Munoz-Garcia
- 2018-9: GOVERNMENT DOCTOR ABSENTEEISM AND ITS EFFECTS ON CONSUMER DEMAND IN RURAL NORTH INDIA
- Richard ILes
- 2018-8: Pollution Abatement with Disruptive R&D Investment
- John Strandholm, Ana Espinola-Arredondo and Felix Munoz-Garcia
- 2018-7: Abolishing Environmental Regulation: Strategic E§ects and Welfare Implications
- Ana Espinola-Arredondo and Felix Munoz-Garcia
- 2018-6: Do Privately-Owned Prisons Increase Incarceration Rates?
- Gregmar Galinato and Ryne Rohla
- 2018-5: Can Mandatory Certification Promote Greenwashing? A Signaling Approach
- Ana Espinola-Arredondo, Dolores Garrido and Felix Munoz-Garcia
- 2018-4: Common Pool Resources with Endogenous Equity Shares
- Kiriti Kanjilal and Felix Munoz-Garcia
- 2018-2: CAN FREE-RIDING BE BENEFICIAL? OPTIMAL ANTIMICROBIAL USE UNDER FREE-RIDING AND RESISTANCE EXTERNALITIES
- Anthony Delmond and Haseeb Ahmed