• Publications
  • Influence
Syndication, Institutionalization, and Lottery Play1
  • R. Garvía
  • Economics
  • American Journal of Sociology
  • 1 November 2007
Why do people play the lottery? Since lottery tickets are assets with negative expected return, lottery play challenges the basic assumptions of economic theory. This article approaches lottery playExpand
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The Professional Blind in Spain
The professional blind (people who use their blindness as a source of income) occupy a special place in Spain. The case shows how social conditions and self-organisation can allow disadvantagedExpand
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Antiplatelet therapy alters iron requirements in hemodialysis patients.
Hemodialysis (HD) patients are prone to develop iron deficiency because of consumption of iron stores during erythropoietin (EPO) therapy. Data are needed to establish the factors involved in theExpand
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Effect of potassium-chelating resins on phosphorus absorption.
a K P, Ca and K are expressed in mg/l00 ml. *p < 0.05; **p < O.Ol, versus baseline. Dear Sir, Calcium-containing resins are frequently used to prevent the inordinate increase of plasma potassium inExpand
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Una semblanza de Juan Linz
Corporatism, public policy and welfare: The case of the Spanish blind
Abstract A general assumption in the literature on corporatism is that corporatist arrangements are unlikely to occur in the welfare arena. This literature has further predicted that for aExpand
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