Saving Dolphins: Boycotts, Trade Sanctions, And Unobservable Technology
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- Kaz Miyagiwa, 2004. "Saving Dolphins: Boycotts, Trade Sanctions, and Unobservable Technology," Emory Economics 0417, Department of Economics, Emory University (Atlanta).
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- Tomomichi Mizuno & Kazuhiro Takauchi & Takeshi Iida, 2011. "Better technology may be sold for a lower fee: The ad valorem tariff and licensing contract," Discussion Papers 1109, Graduate School of Economics, Kobe University.
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