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Reciprocal Fairness and Noncompensating Wage Differentials

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  • Ernst FEHR
  • Simon GÄCHTER
  • Georg KIRCHSTEIGER

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  • Ernst FEHR & Simon GÄCHTER & Georg KIRCHSTEIGER, 1994. "Reciprocal Fairness and Noncompensating Wage Differentials," Vienna Economics Papers vie9401, University of Vienna, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:vie:viennp:vie9401
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