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  • A theory of iterative choice in lists 

    Güney, Begüm (Elsevier, 2014-08)
    In a list, alternatives appear according to an order and the decision maker follows this order to evaluate alternatives. He records the first alternative as the initial survivor and then at every stage, he compares the ...
  • The Turkish appetite for gold: An Islamic explanation 

    Gülseven, O.; Ekici, Özgün (Elsevier, 2016-06)
    A significant constituent of household wealth in Turkey is gold. Families accumulate gold especially on a variety of cultural occasions such as female-only gold days, circumcision feasts, and engagement and wedding ceremonies. ...
  • Will a fat tax work? 

    Khan, Romana; Misra, K. (Wiley, 2016-01)
    Of the many proposals to reverse the obesity epidemic, the most contentious is the use of price-based interventions such as the fat tax. Previous investigations of the efficacy of such initiatives in altering consumption ...

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