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Group Behaviour and Development - Is the Market Destroying Cooperation?

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Publisher:
Oxford University Press
Series:
UNU-WIDER Studies in Development Economics
Title:
Group Behaviour and Development - Is the Market Destroying Cooperation?
Authors:
Edited by Judith Heyer, Frances Stewart and Rosemary Thorp
Publication date:
September 2002
ISBN Printed:
0199256918
ISBN 13 Print:
9780199256914
Copyright holder:
© UNU-WIDER
Copyright year:
2002
Keywords:
group behaviour, cooperation, monetary incentives, forest, South Asia, sex workers, Calcutta, Coffee Federation, Colombia
JEL:
O15
Project:
Institutions, Group Behaviour and Development
Format:
hardback book

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