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Robert H. Frank
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Frank, Robert H. Cook, Philip J.. 1995.
The winner-take-all society : how more and more Americans compete for ever fewer and bigger prizes, encouraging economic waste, income inequality, and an impoverished cultural life
. New York: Free Press
Tyler Journal Articles
Frank, Robert H.; Cook, Philip J.; . 2013. Winner-Take-All Markets. 1(2): 131-154.
Frank, Robert H.; . 1992. Differences between Gifts and Exchange: Comment on Carol Rose, The Commentary. 44(3): 319-328.
Frank, Robert H.; . 1993. The Strategic Role of the Emotions: Reconciling Over-And Undersocialized Accounts of Behavior. 5(2): 160-184.
Frank, Robert H.; . 2014. 9. Does Studying Economics Inhibit Cooperation?. 7(2): 155-178.
Frank, Robert H.; Gilovich, Thomas; Regan, Dennis T.; . 1993. The evolution of one-shot cooperation: An experiment. 14(4): 247-256.
Frank, Robert H.; . 1993. A new contractarian view of tax and regulatory policy in the emerging market economies. 10(2): 258-281.
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