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Corruption, connections and transparency: does a better screen imply a better scene?
(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 ...
On creating and claiming value in negotiations
(Springer Netherlands, 2001)
This paper presents a negotiation model that includes value creation. It shows that creative negotiation efforts tend to intensify toward the deadline, and that the deadline is determined endogenously by the tension between ...
Law enforcement and legal presumptions
(Academic Press, 2001)
We compare two alternative legal presumptions, one more pro-defendant than the other, with the objective of reducing bureaucratic corruption to any target level at minimum social costs, broadly defined to include law ...
To invest or screen efficiently: a potential conflict in relationships governed by incomplete contracts
(Elsevier BV, 2001)
We consider a dynamic trade relationship where quality is not contractible and potential sellers retain quality-relevant private information. We show that the presence of an investment technology to improve the incumbent ...