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A note on fashion cycles, novelty, and conformity

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A note on fashion cycles, novelty, and conformity. / Alberti, Federica.

Max Planck Institute of Economics, 2013. (Jena Economic Research Papers).

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Alberti, F 2013 'A note on fashion cycles, novelty, and conformity' Jena Economic Research Papers, Max Planck Institute of Economics. <http://hdl.handle.net/10419/85027>

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Alberti, F. (2013). A note on fashion cycles, novelty, and conformity. (Jena Economic Research Papers). Max Planck Institute of Economics. http://hdl.handle.net/10419/85027

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Alberti F. A note on fashion cycles, novelty, and conformity. Max Planck Institute of Economics. 2013 Apr 19. (Jena Economic Research Papers).

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Alberti, Federica. / A note on fashion cycles, novelty, and conformity. Max Planck Institute of Economics, 2013. (Jena Economic Research Papers).

Bibtex

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