Why don’t builders meet their deadlines? With M*l*n K*nd*ra

Abstract

Diego Gambetta and Gloria Origgi describe Italy as a country in which there is a widespread preference for promising high quality goods and delivering low quality goods. Builders are presented as an example. Gambetta and Origgi make proposals regarding why there are these preferences. I was going to ask, why don’t they just try being builders for a while? But metaphorically speaking, they are builders, which makes explaining the problems they face easier.

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Terence Rajivan Edward
University of Manchester (PhD)

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