Empirical social choice: questionnaire-experimental studies on distributive justice, by Wulf Gaertner and Erick Schokkaert

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Bernasconi, M. Empirical social choice: questionnaire-experimental studies on distributive justice, by Wulf Gaertner and Erick Schokkaert. Soc Choice Welf 43, 515–519 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00355-013-0782-7

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