Reputation, price and death : an empirical analysis of art price formation

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URSPRUNG, Heinrich, Christian WIERMANN, 2011. Reputation, price and death : an empirical analysis of art price formation. In: Economic Inquiry. 49(3), pp. 697-715. ISSN 0095-2583

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