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Editor: Tommaso Proietti

Assistant editor: Rocco Ciciretti


The CEIS Research Papers Series collects research activities, both by researchers and affiliates of CEIS, and those distributed through the Social Science Research Network - SSRN. Over 8000 world-wide subscribers currently receive an alert every two weeks, which contains three new research papers. To receive this alert you may subscribe to SSRN, which started in February 2003.

ISSN 2610-931X [online]

Papers are available on SSRN and RePEc websites.

 

n.471 Paper Found
Contracts as Threats: on a Rationale For Rewarding A while Hoping For B Iossa Elisabetta and Spagnolo Giancarlo, CEIS Research Paper, 147, September 2009
Income Distribution, Infant Mortality, and Health Care Expenditure Tacke Tilman and Waldmann Robert J., CEIS Research Paper, 146, September 2009
Estimating Income Poverty in the Presence of Missing Data and Measurement Error Foliano Francesca, Nicoletti Cheti and Peracchi Franco, CEIS Research Paper, 145, September 2009
Credit rationing and credit view: empirical evidence from loan data Becchetti Leonardo, Garcia Maria Melody and Trovato Giovanni, CEIS Research Paper, 144, September 2009
Technical Efficiency, Specialization and Ownership Form: Evidences from a Pooling of Italian Hospitals D'amico Francesco and Daidone Silvio, CEIS Research Paper, 143, September 2009
Gender and regional differences in self-rated health in Europe Peracchi Franco and Rossetti Claudio, CEIS Research Paper, 142, September 2009
Is Fair Trade Honey Sweeter? An Empirical Analysis on the Effect of Affiliation on Productivity Becchetti Leonardo and Castriota Stefano, CEIS Research Paper, 141, June 2009
The Simple Micro-Economics of Public-Private Partnerships Iossa Elisabetta and Martimort David, CEIS Research Paper, 139, February 2013
Pharmaceutical industry, drug quality and regulation. Evidence from US and Italy Atella Vincenzo, Bhattacharya Jay and Carbonari Lorenzo, CEIS Research Paper, 138, December 2008
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