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Agenda influence and its implications


  • Michael Levine
  • Charles Plott


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  • Michael Levine & Charles Plott, 1977. "Agenda influence and its implications," Natural Field Experiments 00294, The Field Experiments Website.
  • Handle: RePEc:feb:natura:00294

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