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Spikker-viited

Juhuslik valik komplementaar-aspektilisi spikker-viiteid rahvuspiruka tõsiteaduspõhise moodsa makro-küberneetilise ümberjagamise  –  eriti selle taristuks sotsiaalmehhanismide optimumdisainiks (soovitatavalt rahvuskogulikele harrastajatele hoiatusega neid mitte käsitleda polaarsetena või substituutidena – vt nt Mereste 2003 Majandusleksikon)

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  • Alberto Alesina, Eliana La Ferrara
  • Preferences for redistribution in the land of opportunities
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  • Equality, equity and incentives: an experiment
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  • Behavioral Game Theory
  • Princeton University Press, Princeton (2003)
  • Campante, 2007
  • Filipe Campante
  • Redistribution in a model of voting and campaign contributions
  • Working Paper (2007)
  • Cason and Friedman, 1996
  • Timothy N. Cason, Daniel Friedman
  • Price formation in double auction markets
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  • Timothy N. Cason, Lata Gangadharan, Nikos Nikiforakis
  • Can real-effort investments inhibit the convergence of experimental markets?
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  • Gary Charness, Matthew Rabin
  • Understanding social preferences with simple tests
  • Quarterly Journal of Economics, 117 (2002), pp. 817–869
  • Davis and Holt, 1993
  • Douglas D. Davis, Charles A. Holt
  • Experimental Economics
  • Princeton University Press, Princeton (1993)
  • Dufwenberg et al., 2011
  • Martin Dufwenberg, Paul Heidhues, Georg Kirchsteiger, Frank Riedel, Joel Sobel
  • Other-regarding preferences in general equilibrium
  • Review of Economic Studies, 78 (2011), pp. 613–639
  • Durante and Putterman, 2009
  • Ruben Durante, Louis Putterman
  • Redistribution and the perception of fairness: an experimental study
  • Working Paper (2009)
  • Epple and Romer, 1991
  • Dennis Epple, Thomas Romer
  • Mobility and redistribution
  • Journal of Political Economy, 99 (1991), pp. 828–858
  • Esarey et al., 2012
  • Justin Esarey, Timothy C. Salmon, Charles Barrilleaux
  • What motivates political preferences? Self-interest, ideology, and fairness in a laboratory democracy
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  • A theory of reciprocity
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  • Urs Fischbacher
  • Z-tree: Zurich toolbox for ready-made economic experiments
  • Experimental Economics, 10 (2007), pp. 171–178
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  • Christina Fong
  • Social preferences, self-interest, and the demand for redistribution
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  • Friedman, 1991
  • Daniel Friedman
  • A simple testable model of double auction markets
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