Experimental Study of Law
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KeywordsBehavioral economics; experimental methods; experimental law and economics; replicability; generalizability; expected utility (EU); rational choice; equilibrium; quantal response equilibrium (QRE); cognitive hierarchy (CH); Coase theorem; endowment effect; self-serving bias; jury; judge; hindsight bias; norms;
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