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optimal employment contracts, internal labor markets, adverse selection, moral hazard
complexity, information acquisition, signaling, regulation, financial products
product design; information frictions; information transmission; signaling; complexity; regulation; financial products
Interventions, Relational Contracts, Institutional Structures, Adverse Selection, Moral Hazard
organizational capacity, electoral accountability, bureaucratic politics
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bureaucracy, Checks and balances, competence, Incremental Reforms, Information, interest groups, Politicians, Regulatory Complexity
Complexity, financial products, Information Acquisition, Information Frictions, Product design, regulation, signaling
partial banking union, cross-country transfers, bailouts
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