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The Linguistic Review 2015; 32(1): 61 – 85 M. Teresa Espinal* and Xavier Villalba Ambiguity resolution and information structure Abstract: In this paper we focus on the topic of ambiguity resolution in and be- yond grammar. We deal with two questions: where is ambiguity resolved (in par- ticular, the ambiguity of expressions conveying specific forms of information packaging and common ground management), and what is the design of gram- mar that emerges from the study of ambiguity problems. After a review of the standard analysis of ambiguity within the

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The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics Contributions Volume 8, Issue 1 2008 Article 2 Empirical Implications of Information Structure in Finite Extensive Form Games Jose Penalva∗ Michael D. Ryall† ∗Universidad Carlos III, Madrid, jpenalva@emp.uc3m.es †University of Melbourne, m.ryall@mikeryall.com Recommended Citation Jose Penalva and Michael D. Ryall (2008) “Empirical Implications of Information Structure in Finite Extensive Form Games,” The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics: Vol. 8: Iss. 1 (Con- tributions), Article 2. Empirical Implications of

, Gregory and Birner, Betty J. 2004. “Information Structure and Non-canonical Syntax.” in The Handbook of Pragmatics. Horn Laurence and Gregory Ward (Eds.). Oxford, United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishing, pp. 152-174. Ward, Gregory. 1999. “A comparison of postposed subjects in English and Italian” in Pragmatics & beyond. New series. Akio Kamio and Ken-ichi Takami (Eds.). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp. 3-21.

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