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Chapter 3: The theory of contests: a unified model and review of the literature
3. The theory of contests: a unified model and review of the literature1 Ngo Van Long 3.1 INTRODUCTION Contests are a pervasive fact of life, both in the human and the non-human spheres. Frank Knight (1935, p. 301) saw games of contest as an essen...
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