We gratefully acknowledge research support under National Science Foundation grant no. SES08-14312. We thank Nisvan Erkal and the Department of Economics of the University of Melbourne for providing a supportive research environment during the writing of much of this article. We also thank audiences at the American Law and Economics Association Meeting 2011, New York; Georgetown University; Harvard University; the International Industrial Organization Conference 2011, Boston; the NBER Summer Law and Economics Workshop 2011, Cambridge, Mass.; the University of Washington; the University of Virginia; Vanderbilt University; and the 2011 Law and Economics Theory Conference, Washington University at St. Louis; as well as Joni Hersch, Xinyu Hua, Richard Nagareda, Rudy Santore, Alan Schwartz, Abe Wickelgren, two anonymous referees, and the editor, David Martimort, for comments and suggestions on earlier drafts.
Search, bargaining, and signalling in the market for legal services
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The RAND Journal of Economics
Volume 44, Issue 1, pages 82–103, Spring 2013
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Daughety, A. F. and Reinganum, J. F. (2013), Search, bargaining, and signalling in the market for legal services. The RAND Journal of Economics, 44: 82–103. doi: 10.1111/1756-2171.12012
- Issue online: 5 APR 2013
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