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A Game Theory Analysis of Infidelity

  • Thought Experiments: Popular Thought Experiments in Philosophy, Physics, Ethics, Computer Science & Mathematics By Fredrick Kennard

The Economics of ‘Foneh’ (Foreign Accent) Syndrome

  • Stephan Heblich, Alfred Lameli, and Gerhard Riener (2014), “The Effect of Perceived Regional Accents on Individual Economic Behavior: A Lab Experiment on Linguistic Performance, Cognitive Ratings and Economic Decisions”
  • http://www.wikiwand.com/en/Accents_(psychology)

‘Na Wash’: The Economics of Flattery

  • Cartoon from @Asukwoeb
  • Chan, Elaine and Jaideep Sengupta (2010), “Insincere Flattery Actually Works: A Dual Attitudes Perspective,” Journal of Marketing Research (February), 122-133.
  • Park, Sun Hyun, James D. Westphal, and Ithai Stern. 2011. “Set up for a Fall: The Insidious Effects of Flattery and Opinion Conformity toward Corporate Leaders.” Administrative Science Quarterly. 56(2): 257-302.

The Economic Significance of Having a Traditional Name

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  • Rob Lillis “Relationship Between Bullying and Academic Achievement and Direct and Indirect Impact of Olweus Bullying Prevention Program: A Brief Review of Literature” Evalumetrics Research Report 2011 -2-2

The Binary Perspective: Our Love For Extremes

  • Inspired by tweet from @Nues_Ibunos
  • http://thearchdruidreport.blogspot.com/2011/10/trouble-with-binary-thinking.html

African Time:  Game Theory Analysis on Why We Love Being Late

  • http://blog.priceonomics.com/post/48071860894/the-partygoers-dilemma

The Cost of Mistrust in Nigeria

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Can Private Institutions Fight Ethnic Bigotry in Nigeria?

  • Alberto Alesina & Reza Baqir & William Easterly, 1999. “Public Goods And Ethnic Divisions,” The Quarterly Journal of Economics, MIT Press, vol. 114(4), pages 1243-1284, November.

In Defense of Nigeria’s Ethnic Diversity

  • Adler, Nancy (2002). International Dimensions of Organizational Behavior. 4th ed. Cincinnati: South-Western College Publishing.
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‘Loving Thy Neighbour’: Innately African or Environmentally Influenced?

  • David Halpern. Social Capital. Polity; 1 edition (December 10, 2004)

 

The Nigerian Lawmaker’s Salary: Golden Peanuts for Nothing

Psychoeconomic Effects of ‘Wifeism’: Limiting the Role of Women in Nigeria

  • Spencer, Steven J., Claude M. Steele, and Diane M. Quinn. 1999. Stereotype Threat and Women’s Math Performance. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology
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