Rahul Deb

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BACKGROUND Lobular carcinoma in accessory breast tissue is a rare occurrence. We present such a case in a 61-year-old woman. CASE PRESENTATION A skin nodule in the axillary skin on excision biopsy revealed invasive lobular carcinoma. CONCLUSIONS Carcinoma in accessory breast tissue is uncommon especially invasive lobular type. A high index of suspicion(More)
Individuals often form preferences through search, interviews, discussion, and investigation. Endogenizing information acquisition in a stylized object allocation problem, we demonstrate that learning decisions depend on the incentives provided by the chosen allocation rule with important consequences for individual and social welfare. In particular, top(More)
A multi-agent dynamic game of experimentation is examined where players non-cooperatively search for a common unknown threshold. Time is discrete and players take turns in adjusting their individual level of performance. There is assumed to be a common threshold of performance below which a player suffers a (lump sum) cost of breakdown. Information is(More)
A principal has to give a job to one of several applicants. Each applicant values the job and has private information regarding the value to the principal of giving the job to him. The wage is exogenously fixed, but the principal will eventually learn the value of the applicant whom she hires after which she can impose a limited penalty on this applicant(More)
  • Prashant Bharadwaj, Leah K Lakdawala, Nicholas Li, Chris Ahlin, Kate Antonovics, Jeff Clemens +13 others
  • 2013
While bans against child labor are a common policy tool, there is very little empirical evidence validating their effectiveness. In this paper, we examine the consequences of India's landmark legislation against child labor, the Child Labor (Prohibition and Regulation) Act of 1986. Using data from employment surveys conducted before and after the ban, and(More)
We examine a model of dynamic screening and price discrimination in which the seller has limited commitment power. Two cohorts of anonymous, patient, and risk-neutral buyers arrive over two periods. Buyers in the first cohort arrive in period one privately informed about the distribution of their values, and then privately learn the value realizations in(More)
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