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The conferences at Barcelona, Milan, New Haven, San Diego and Tokyo: Edited by Felix Kubler, Cuong Le Van, Ross Star and Manabu Toda

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  • Cornet, Bernard, 2010. "The conferences at Barcelona, Milan, New Haven, San Diego and Tokyo: Edited by Felix Kubler, Cuong Le Van, Ross Star and Manabu Toda," Journal of Mathematical Economics, Elsevier, vol. 46(6), pages 951-951, November.
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