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Demirden, Tuvana
Pastine, T.
Pastine, Tuvana
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Cumby, Robert
Cumby, Robert E.
Demirden, Tuvana
National University of Ireland / Department of Economics
Pastine, Ivan
Pastine, Ivan (Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Pastine, Ivan (co-author)
Pastine, Tuvana
Redmond, Paul
University College, Dublin. Centre for Economic Research
Titles: 
All-pay contests with constraints
Caps on Political Contributions, Monetary Penalties and Politician Preferences
Comment on: Electoral Contests, Incumbency Advantages, and Campaign Finance
Comparative Statics in a Herding Model of Investment
Comsumption Externalities, Coordination, and Advertising
Consumption Externalities, Coordination and Advertising
Coordination in markets with consumption externalities: the role of advertising and product quality
Cost of delay, deadlines and endogenous price leadership
Dynamic Small Open Economy Model of Migration and Real Wages, A
Emerging market debt, 2001:
Emerging market debt: measuring credit quality and examining relative pricing
Flexible exchange rates and the J-curve: An alternative approach
Game theory a graphic guide
Incumbency advantage and political campaign spending limits
Incumbent-Quality Advantage and Counterfactual Electoral Stagnation in the U.S. Senate
La théorie des jeux
Migration, intermediate inputs and real wages
On Endogenous Leadership in Price Competition
Political campaign spending limits, 2010.:
Politician preferences and caps on political lobbying
Politician preferences, law-abiding lobbyists and caps on political contributions
Preferential Treatment in College Admissions and Student Incentives
Signal accuracy and informational cascades
Social learning in continuous time: when are informational cascades more likely to be inefficient?
Student Incentives and Diversity in College Admissions
Student incentives and preferential treatment in college admissions
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DISCUSSION PAPER SERIES- CENTRE FOR ECONOMIC POLICY RESEARCH LONDON
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