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Rational Expectations and the Limits of Rationality: An Analysis of Heterogeneity

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  • John Haltiwanger

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  • Michael Waldman

    (UCLA)

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  • John Haltiwanger & Michael Waldman, 1983. "Rational Expectations and the Limits of Rationality: An Analysis of Heterogeneity," UCLA Economics Working Papers 303, UCLA Department of Economics.
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