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Property rights and the economic origins of the Sicilian mafia

This is fascinating. Originally posted on FT Alphaville, the paper seems like a great example of work that intersects econ, physical geography, and political science.  I'll just post the link for now, and revisit once I've had time to read the actual paper.

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