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Frontiers in Psychology, ISSN 1664-1078, 06/2016, Volume 7, p. 848
Journal Article
Scottish Journal of Political Economy, ISSN 0036-9292, 05/2017, Volume 64, Issue 2, pp. 169 - 190
This paper studies firms’ obfuscation choices in a duopoly setting where two firms differ in their marginal costs of production. We show that the high‐cost... 
INFORMATION SUPPRESSION | SHROUDED ATTRIBUTES | STRATEGIC OBFUSCATION | PROTECTION | SEARCH | MARKETS | COMPETITION | FIELD | POLITICAL SCIENCE | COMPLEXITY | UNCERTAINTY | ECONOMICS | Studies | Price regulations | Prices | Oligopolies | Welfare recipients | Duopoly | Efficiency | Production | Pricing policies | Regulation
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Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, ISSN 0167-2681, 08/2015, Volume 116, pp. 239 - 253
•We study consumer decisions involving complex multiple-part tariffs.•We develop a stylized experiment involving mobile phone plan choices.•Multipart tariffs... 
Cellular | Nonlinear pricing | Mobile phone pricing | Laboratory experiments | Complexity | INFORMATION SUPPRESSION | MARKETS | RISK | OBFUSCATION | SHROUDED ATTRIBUTES | COMPETITION | ECONOMICS | CONSUMERS | BILL-SHOCK | Studies | Pricing policies | Marginal costs | Decision analysis | Cellular telephones | Tariffs
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American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, ISSN 1945-7731, 8/2015, Volume 7, Issue 3, pp. 1 - 28
How does complexity affect people's reaction to tax changes? To answer this question, we conduct an experiment in which subjects work for a piece rate and face... 
Taxation systems | Income taxes | Optimal taxation | Taxes | Taxpaying | Tax subsidies | Economic policy | Property taxes | Tax incentives | Intelligence quotient | ELASTICITY | INFORMATION SUPPRESSION | SHROUDED ATTRIBUTES | PRICE | AVERAGE | SALIENCE | AVERSION | ECONOMICS | FISCAL ILLUSION | LOTTERY CHOICE | Studies | Fiscal policy
Journal Article
Journal Article
International Journal of Industrial Organization, ISSN 0167-7187, 03/2016, Volume 45, pp. 1 - 9
A fuzzy product (FP) has characteristics specified only imprecisely at time of sale. Building fuzziness into its product gives a firm flexibility to exploit... 
Contracting | Horizontal differentiation | Experience goods | Monopolistic competition | INFORMATION SUPPRESSION | SHROUDED ATTRIBUTES | QUALITY | PRICE | ECONOMICS | GOODS | Product development
Journal Article
Journal Article
Information Economics and Policy, ISSN 0167-6245, 03/2012, Volume 24, Issue 1, pp. 75 - 89
► In an online experiment, we test alternative labels on search engine advertisements. ► Users seeing a “Paid Advertisement” label click significantly fewer... 
Survey methods | Search engines | Regulation | Consumer protection | Disclosure | Internet advertising | INFORMATION SUPPRESSION | SHROUDED ATTRIBUTES | ECONOMICS | Measurement | Online searching | Internet/Web search services | Labeling | Database searching
Journal Article
Housing Policy Debate, ISSN 1051-1482, 09/2011, Volume 21, Issue 4, pp. 565 - 583
Prior to 2010 regulatory changes, lenders faced few penalties for disclosing inaccurate mortgage closing costs to borrowers during the mortgage application... 
mortgages | discrimination | regulation | banking | Regulation | Discrimination | Mortgages | Banking | REQUIREMENTS | SHROUDED ATTRIBUTES | URBAN STUDIES | INFORMATION DISCLOSURE | SUPPRESSION | PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT | Studies | Cost estimates | Disclosure | Good faith bargaining | Regulatory reform
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Journal of Financial Services Marketing, ISSN 1363-0539, 09/2013, Volume 18, Issue 3, pp. 177 - 187
  Credit card companies charge an interchange fee for each transaction, and almost half of this fee is returned to consumers in the form of a reward or perk... 
Financial literacy | Credit card rewards | Shrouded attributes | Consumer behavior | Credit and debit card industry | Analysis | Loyalty programs (Marketing) | Credit cards | Forecasts and trends | Customer relations | Studies | Consumer credit | Credit card industry | Loyalty programs | Marketing
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MARKETING SCIENCE, ISSN 0732-2399, 1/2020, Volume 39, Issue 1, pp. 188 - 210
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AIP Conference Proceedings, ISSN 0094-243X, 12/2018, Volume 2046, Issue 1
The interest in ducted propellers has been reignited with the recent growth of research enthusiasm for the unmanned air vehicles. The need for optimum design... 
Design parameters | Ducted fans | Computer simulation | Shrouded propellers | Numerical methods | Performance prediction | Mathematical models | Unmanned aerial vehicles | Configurations
Journal Article
Journal of Thermal Spray Technology, ISSN 1059-9630, 2/2015, Volume 24, Issue 3, pp. 552 - 569
Journal Article
04/2011, ISBN 9781405191319, 17
This chapter contains sections titled: Definition of Key Terms Women in the Early Colonial Agenda Women's Rights to Property and the Early Colonial Rulers in... 
colonial policies of violence against women ‐ indigenous tradition of the śāstras in India | colonial codes, women's property ‐ issues of Sati, codification and compilation of second code | women in the early colonial agenda ‐ British imperialism, patriarchy in India and women's issues | early British rulers, devising legal codification ‐ prime mechanism to internalize ideology | millennia‐old tradition of Dharma śāstras ‐ shrouded in uncertainty and myth | śāstras or Dharma śāstras ‐ not representing a static tradition | appropriation of Manusmrti ‐ popular text among administrators and orientalist scholars | women in the śāstric tradition ‐ colonialism, law and violence | significance of early codes on Hindu law ‐ intellectual‐legal history in India, acknowledged facts | Manu, first among compilers of oral prescriptions ‐ founding principles of good conduct | Manu, first among compilers of oral prescriptions - founding principles of good conduct | Women in the śāstric tradition - colonialism, law and violence | Early British rulers, devising legal codification - prime mechanism to internalize ideology | Colonial policies of violence against women - indigenous tradition of the śāstras in India | Millennia-old tradition of Dharma śāstras - shrouded in uncertainty and myth | Appropriation of Manusmrti - popular text among administrators and orientalist scholars | Significance of early codes on Hindu law - intellectual-legal history in India, acknowledged facts | Colonial codes, women's property - issues of Sati, codification and compilation of second code | Women in the early colonial agenda - British imperialism, patriarchy in India and women's issues | Śāstras or Dharma śāstras - not representing a static tradition
Book Chapter
11/2010, ISBN 9781405188098, Volume 1, 16
This chapter contains sections titled: References and Further Reading 
O'Connor, in part response to Eagleton's question ‐ “There is a handful of novels and a body of poems, but few truly distinguished works” | D'Alton Williams' “Kyrie Eleison” ‐ acknowledging the Famine as a result of sin | Kelleher arguing that “The individuation of famine through the portrayal of single victims …. very effective strategy” | Eagleton's belief, that the Famine ‐ shrouded in silence, was shared by many | Great Famine, novels seeming commonplace ‐ in the wake of Joseph O'Connor's bestselling Star of the Sea | first generation of Famine writers ‐ horrified, infuriated, shamed, or disillusioned by the Famine, not being silent about it | Carleton's The Black Prophet ‐ in a chapter tellingly titled “A Picture for the Present” | The Great Famine in Literature, 1846–1896 | Niall Williams' The Fall of Light and Nuala O'Faolain's My Dream of You | Margaret Brew, child at the tail end of the Famine ‐ attesting in The Chronicles of Castle Cloyne that many still living can remember it well | Carleton's The Black Prophet-in a chapter tellingly titled "A Picture for the Present" | Eagleton's belief, that the Famine-shrouded in silence, was shared by many | Great Famine, novels seeming commonplace-in the wake of Joseph O'Connor's bestselling Star of the Sea | Kelleher arguing that "The individuation of famine through the portrayal of single victims.... very effective strategy" | Margaret Brew, child at the tail end of the Famine-attesting in The Chronicles of Castle Cloyne that many still living can remember it well | O'Connor, in part response to Eagleton's question-"There is a handful of novels and a body of poems, but few truly distinguished works" | D'Alton Williams' "Kyrie Eleison"-acknowledging the Famine as a result of sin | The Great Famine in Literature, 1846-1896 | First generation of Famine writers-horrified, infuriated, shamed, or disillusioned by the Famine, not being silent about it
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