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Corning2002[2] Thermoeconomics Economics and energy
Leibenstein1966[8] X-efficiency
BurgerWP2008[9] Milgram experiment
Pecorino1995[16] Laffer curve
ExperimentalMethods[17] Experimental economics
NicholsonIntermediateMicroEd8[18] Prisoner's Dilemma (plus, I'm sure)
Bronfenbrenner1955[19] Economic freedom
Jacoby1998[20] Economic freedom
SenDevelopmentAsFreedom[21] Economic freedom
Sen1993MAF[22] Economic freedom
FudenbergTiroleGameTheory[23] Move by nature
McKenna1960[24] The Failure of the New Economics
RobertsSonnenschein1977[25] Perfect competition
PiotrowskiSladkowski2003[26] Quantum game theory
MankiwWSJ[27] principles stuff Supply (economics)
MasColellWhinstonGreen[28] principles stuff Perfect competition
RitterSilberUdell[29] macro and money and such Supply and demand
LiebowitzMargolis1994[30] Network effects Pecuniary externality Externality
AbelBernankeMacroeconomics4thEdition[31] lotsa macro Fractional-reserve banking


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