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    • Corruption, connections and transparency: does a better screen imply a better scene? 

      Bac, M. (Springer New York LLC, 2001)
      A higher level of transparency in decision making increases the probability that corruption or wrongdoing is detected. It may also improve outsiders' information about the identities of key decision makers, thereby enhance ...
    • Introduction 

      Koray, Semih; Sertel, M. R. (Springer, 2003)
      A main feature that distinguishes the human species from others on earth can perhaps be best summarized as its ability to design. Other attributes distinguishing humans from other living beings can be regarded as derivatives ...
    • Nash bargaining solution under predonation 

      Akyol, Ethem (Bilkent University, 2008)
      We consider two person bargaining problems under predonation. Before the bargaining solution is applied we allow the alteration of the bargaining set by means of pre-donations of a share in one’s would-be payoffs to one’s ...