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Intervening in Markets on the Basis of Imperfect Information: A Legal and Economic Analysis

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  • Schwartz, Alan
  • Wilde, Louis L.

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  • Schwartz, Alan & Wilde, Louis L., "undated". "Intervening in Markets on the Basis of Imperfect Information: A Legal and Economic Analysis," Working Papers 235, California Institute of Technology, Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences.
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