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Willa Friedman, "Corruption and Averting AIDS Deaths." World Development 2018, vol. 110, pp. 13-25.
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Steven Craig, Edward Hoang and Janet Kohlhase, “Does Closeness in Cyber-Space Substitute for Urban Space,” Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, June 2017, vol.58, pp. 22-29.
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Andrea Szabo and Gergely Ujhelyi, “Reducing Nonpayment for Public Utilities: Experimental Evidence from South Africa,” Journal of Development Economics, November 2015, vol. 117, pp. 20-31.
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