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Economic choice theory. an experimental analysis of animal behavior

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  • Raymond Battalio
  • Leonard Green
  • John Kagel

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  • Raymond Battalio & Leonard Green & John Kagel, 1995. "Economic choice theory. an experimental analysis of animal behavior," Framed Field Experiments 00166, The Field Experiments Website.
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