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In-text: (Colander, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Colander, D. (n.d.). Economics. 10th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill Education.
In-text: (Guinjoan, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Guinjoan, M. (2014). Parties, Elections and Electoral Contests : Competition and Contamination Effects. Ashgate Publishing Group.
In-text: (McClure and Watts, 2016)
Your Bibliography: McClure, J. and Watts, T. (2016). The Greatest Externality Story (N)ever Told. The American Economist, 61(2), pp.157-177.
In-text: (Ostrom, Walker and Gardner, 1992)
Your Bibliography: Ostrom, E., Walker, J. and Gardner, R. (1992). Covenants with and without a Sword: Self-Governance Is Possible. American Political Science Review, 86(02), pp.404-417.
In-text: (Parkin, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Parkin, M. (2015). Microeconomics. 12th ed. Pearson Education.
In-text: (Perloff, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Perloff, J. (2007). Microeconomics. 4th ed. Pearson Education.
In-text: (The CORE project, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: The CORE project (n.d.). The economy.
In-text: (The Economist, 2017)
Your Bibliography: The Economist. (2017). Pigouvian taxes. [online] Available at: https://www.economist.com/news/economics-brief/21726709-what-do-when-interests-individuals-and-society-do-not-coincide-fourth [Accessed 6 Jan. 2018].
In-text: (Tragakes, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Tragakes, E. (2009). Economics for the ib diploma. 2nd ed. [Place of publication not identified]: Cambridge University press.
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