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NBER Working Papers by Rafael Di Tella

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August 2011Free to Punish? The American Dream and the Harsh Treatment of Criminals
with Juan Dubra: w17309
December 2010Conveniently Upset: Avoiding Altruism by Distorting Beliefs About Others
with Ricardo Pérez-Truglia: w16645
Peronist Beliefs and Interventionist Policies
with Juan Dubra: w16621
December 2009Criminal Recidivism after Prison and Electronic Monitoring
with Ernesto Schargrodsky: w15602
October 2009Government Advertising and Media Coverage of Corruption Scandals
with Ignacio Franceschelli: w15402
August 2009Anger and Regulation
with Juan Dubra: w15201
December 2008A Resource Belief-Curse? Oil and Individualism
with Juan Dubra, Robert MacCulloch: w14556
Happiness Adaptation to Income beyond "Basic Needs"
with Robert MacCulloch: w14539
November 2008Reality versus Propaganda in the Formation of Beliefs about Privatization
with Sebastian Galiani, Ernesto Schargrodsky: w14483
November 2007Happiness, Contentment and Other Emotions for Central Banks
with Robert MacCulloch: w13622
June 2007Choosing Agents and Monitoring Consumption: A Note on Wealth as a Corruption-Controlling Device
with Federico Weinschelbaum: w13163
Why Doesn't Capitalism Flow to Poor Countries?
with Robert MacCulloch: w13164
Happiness Adaptation to Income and to Status in an Individual Panel
with John Haisken-De New, Robert MacCulloch: w13159
October 2006Crime and Punishment in the "American Dream"
with Juan Dubra: w12641
September 2002Are Politicians Really Paid Like Bureaucrats?
with Raymond Fisman: w9165
April 2001Inequality and Happiness: Are Europeans and Americans Different?
with Alberto Alesina, Robert MacCulloch: w8198

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