Homogeneity and Heterogeneity Within and Across Boundaries and Shorelines: Ensemble of Darwin's Finches and Human Transaction Types
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Keywordsbranding; contracting; geographical indications; governance structures; identity; institutions; linkage; new economics of organization; new institutional economics; self enforcement; territoriality of law;
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