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Lau, S.H. & Mui, V.L. (2012). Using Turn Taking to Achieve Interternporal Cooperation and Symmerty in Infinitely Repeated 2x2 Games. Theory and Decision, 72(2), 167-188.
Lau, S.H. & Mui, V.L. (2008). Using Turn Taking to Mitigate Coordination and Conflict Problems in the Repeated Battle of the Sexes Game. Theory and Decision, 65(3), 153-183.
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Cason, T. & Mui, V.L. (2007). Communication and Coordination in the Laboratory Collective Resistance Game. Experimental Economics, 10(3), 251-267.
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Cason, T., & Mui, V.L. (1998). Social influence in the sequential dictator game. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 42(2-3), 248-265.
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