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Engelbrecht-Wiggans, R. , Deltas, G. 2001. Auctions With an Inexpert Bidder. Economics Letters, 73: 35-42

Agarwal-Tronetti, R., Elston, J. 2001. Bank-Firm Relationships, Financing and Firm Performance in Germany. Economics Letters, 72: 225-232

Englebrecht-Wiggans, R. 2001. The Effect of Entry and Information Costs and Oral Versus Sealed-Bid Auctions. Economics Letters, 70: 195-202

Englebrecht-Wiggans, R., Deltas, G. 2001. Auctions With An In Expert Bidder. Economics Letters, 73: 35-42

Engelbrecht-Wiggans, R. 1999. An Example of Multi-unit Auctions with Atypically Many Equilibria. Economics Letters, 65: 67-69

Agarwal-Tronetti, R., Audretsch, D. 1999. The Two Views of Small Firms in Industry Dynamics: A Reconciliation. Economics Letters, 62: 245-251

Englebrecht-Wiggans, R. 1999. An Example of an Auction with Atypically Many Equilibria. Economics Letters, 65: 67-69

Agarwal-Tronetti, R. 1996. Technological Activity and Survival of Firms. Economics Letters, 52: 101-108

Englebrecht-Wiggans, R. 1994. Sequential Auctions of Stochastically Equivalent Objects. Economics Letters, 44: 87-90

Englebrecht-Wiggans, R., Kahn, C. 1991. Protecting the Winner: Second-Price Versus Oral Auctions. Economics Letters, 35: 243-248

Englebrecht-Wiggans, R. 1988. Revenue Equivalence in Multi-Object Auctions. Economics Letters, 26: 15-19

Huberman, G., Kahn, C. 1988. Strategic Renegotiation. Economics Letters, 28: 117-121

Beck, P. , Maher, M. 1986. A Comparison of Bribery and Competitive Bidding in Thin Markets. Economics Letters, 1-5

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