Downloadable Published Papers

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Reprints of the following published papers (or of all but the last of the Econometrica papers listed above) can be downloaded (with a personal or institutional subscription) through JSTOR, by searching under Vincent Crawford in the "Author" field, checking "All Economics Journals", and where indicated checking "Reviews" in addition to "Articles":

Reprints of the following published papers can be downloaded (with an institutional subscription) through Science Direct, by searching back issues under the journal name with Crawford in the author surname field:

Reprints of my dissertation, Essays in Economic Theory, published in the series "Outstanding Dissertations in Economics," New York and London: Garland Publishing, 1983, are now available online in its original form through the MIT libraries.

Reprints of "Theory and Experiment in the Analysis of Strategic Interaction," 206-242 in David Kreps and Ken Wallis, editors, Advances in Economics and Econometrics: Theory and Applications, Seventh World Congress, Vol. I, Econometric Society Monographs No. 27, Cambridge, U.K., and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997; in the form in which it was reprinted (with minor changes, deletions, and additions) in Colin Camerer, George Loewenstein, and Matthew Rabin, editors, Advances in Behavioral Economics, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2003, are available in manuscript form here (pdf)

Reprints of the following papers, and others on my Curriculum Vitae not listed above, will be supplied on request, as available:

Vincent Crawford / UCSD Department of Economics / last modified 12 August 2004