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Confession of an Economist: Writing to Impress Rather than Inform

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Author
  • David R. Hakes
Keywords preference falsification, confession
Volume Number 6
Issue Number 3
Pages 349-351
File URL Confession of an Economist: Writing to Impress Rather than Inform
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Publication year 2009

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