2017

Liking What Others "Like": Using Facebook to Identify Determinants of Conformity

Author(s): Johan Egebark and Mathias Ekström Title: Experimental Economics Accepted:
October 2017



Reference:
Egebark, Johan and Mathias Ekström, "Liking What Others "Like": Using Facebook to Identify Determinants of Conformity", Experimental Economics.

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Mathias Ekström

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