The Research Agenda: Dynamic Model of Crime and Punishment
AbstractAntonio Merlo is the Lawrence R. Klein Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania and is Director of the Penn Institute for Economic Research. His field is political economy, in particular bargaining, political stability, and crime.
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