Inefficiency and Self-Determination: Simulation-based Evidence from Meiji Japan
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- Eric Weese & Masayoshi Hayashi & Masashi Nishikawa, 2015. "Inefficiency and Self-Determination: Simulation-Based Evidence From Meiji Japan," Working Papers 1050, Economic Growth Center, Yale University.
- Eric Weese & Masayoshi Hayashi & Masashi Nishikawa, 2016. "Inefficiency and Self-Determination: Simulation-based evidence from Meiji Japan," Discussion Papers 1627, Graduate School of Economics, Kobe University.
- Eric Weese & Masayoshi Hayashi & Masashi Nishikawa, 2015. "Inefficiency and Self-Determination: Simulation-based Evidence from Meiji Japan," Discussion Paper Series DP2015-35, Research Institute for Economics & Business Administration, Kobe University.
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