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9804

Heintzelman, Martin and Salant, Stephen W. and Schott, Stephan (2008): Putting Free-Riding to Work: A Partnership Solution to the Common-Property Problem.

9812

Baisa, Brian and Davis, Lucas and Salant, Stephen W. and Wilcox, William (2008): The Welfare Costs of Unreliable Water Service.

9875

Gaudet, Gerard and Salant, Stephen W. (1992): Towards a theory of horizontal mergers. Published in: (1992)

9884

Salant, Stephen W. and Sims, Theodore (1996): "Game Theory and the Law: Is Game Theory Ready for Prime Time?". Published in: Michigan Law Review , Vol. 94, (May 1996): pp. 1839-1882.

9900

Salant, Stephen W. and Sims, Theodore (1996): Game theory and the law: ready for prime time? Published in: Michigan Law Review , Vol. 94, (May 1996): pp. 1839-1882.

11171

Salant, Stephen W. and Wenocur, Roberta S. (1981): Recurrence of a modified random walk and its application to an economic model. Published in: Siam Journal of Applied Mathematics , Vol. Vol. 4, No. No. 1 : pp. 163-166.

12021

Salant, Stephen W. (1982): Imperfect competition in the international energy market: a computerized Nash-Cournot model. Published in: Operations Research , Vol. 30, No. 2 (1982): pp. 252-280.

21860

Anderson, Soren and Laxminarayan, Ramanan and Salant, Stephen W. (2010): Diversify or focus: spending to combat infectious diseases when budgets are tight.

21874

McQuade, Timothy and Salant, Stephen W. and Winfree, Jason (2009): Markets with untraceable goods of unknown quality: a market failure exacerbated by globalization.

21876

Salant, Stephen W. and Shaffer, Greg (2002): Using Lorenz curves to represent firm heterogeneity in Cournot games.

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