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31-Jan-2011The Appearance Of Moderation, Credit Market Discrimination, Literacy Traps, And A Note On Product BoycottsGray, John
30-Aug-2006Consumer Cognition and Pricing in the Nines of Oligopolistic MarketsBasu, Kaushik
31-Aug-2011Contract Farming As Frictional Equilibria: A Theoretical Perspective With Empirical Excursions In IndiaNarayanan, Sudha
20-Aug-2012Essays In Empirical Development EconomicsZhang, Shuang
21-Nov-2006Fuzzy Revealed Preference TheoryBasu, Kaushik
11-Oct-2006Gender and Say: A Model of Household Behavior with Endogenously-determined Balance of PowerBasu, Kaushik
30-Aug-2006Gender and Say: A Model of Household Behaviour with Endogenously Determined Balance of PowerBasu, Kaushik
21-Nov-2006The global child labor problemBasu, Kaushik
21-Nov-2006Globalisation and Babool GumBasu, Kaushik
21-Nov-2006Global Labour Standards and Local FreedomsBasu, Kaushik
31-Jan-2011Harmful Child Labor: A Theoretical And Empirical AnalysisRaju, Dhushyanth
21-Nov-2006Implicit interest rates, usury and isolation in backward agricultureBasu, Kaushik
21-Nov-2006Industrial Organization Theory and Development EconomicsBasu, Kaushik
31-Jan-2011Intergenerational Intra-Household Economics: Three Essays On Parents And OffspringReynolds, Sarah
30-Aug-2006International credit and welfare: A paradoxical theorem and its policy implicationsBasu, Kaushik; Morita, Hodaka
21-Nov-2006Isolated and proximate illiteracyBasu, Kaushik
21-Nov-2006Methodological IndividualismBasu, Kaushik
21-Nov-2006Paradoxes of Game TheoryBasu, Kaushik
21-Nov-2006Participatory Equity and Economic DevelopmentBasu, Kaushik
21-Nov-2006Punctuality: A cultural trait as equilibriumBasu, Kaushik
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