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Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
1999 The Endogenous Determination of Minimum WageEpstein, Gil S.; Nitzan, Shmuel
2000 Social Harmony at the Boundaries of the Welfare State: Immigrants and Social TransfersEpstein, Gil S.; Hillman, Arye L.
2000 What are Migration Networks?Bauer, Thomas K.; Epstein, Gil S.; Gang, Ira N.
2000 Labor Market Interactions Between Legal and Illegal ImmigrantsEpstein, Gil S.
2000 Strategic Restraint in ContestsEpstein, Gil S.; Nitzan, Shmuel
2001 Multi-Generation Model of Immigrant Earnings: Theory and ApplicationEpstein, Gil S.; Lecker, Tikva
2001 A Theory of Immigration AmnestiesEpstein, Gil S.; Weiss, Avi
2002 Politics of RandomnessEpstein, Gil S.; Nitzan, Shmuel
2002 Political Culture and Monopoly Price DeterminationEpstein, Gil S.; Nitzan, Shmuel
2002 Effort and Performance in Public-Policy ContestsEpstein, Gil S.; Nitzan, Shmuel
2002 Enclaves, language and the location choice of migrantsBauer, Thomas; Epstein, Gil S.; Gang, Ira N.
2002 Rent seeking in hierachical firmsEpstein, Gil S.; Gang, Ira N.
2002 Government and cities: Contests and the decentralization of decision makingEpstein, Gil S.; Gang, Ira N.
2002 The political economy of Kosher WarsEpstein, Gil S.; Gang, Ira N.
2002 Herd effects or migration networks? The location choice of Mexican immigrants in the USBauer, Thomas; Epstein, Gil S.; Gang, Ira N.
2002 Understanding the development of fundamentalismEpstein, Gil S.; Gang, Ira N.
2002 High Skilled Migration and the Exertion of Effort by the Local PopulationEpstein, Gil S.; Kunze, Astrid; Ward, Melanie E.
2002 Herd Effects or Migration Networks? The Location Choice of Mexican Immigrants in the U.S.Bauer, Thomas K.; Epstein, Gil S.; Gang, Ira N.
2002 Informational Cascades and Decision to MigrateEpstein, Gil S.
2002 Enclaves, Language and the Location Choice of MigrantsBauer, Thomas K.; Epstein, Gil S.; Gang, Ira N.