Christopher T Collins
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Local economy
C Collins
11041997
A smuggling approach to the passive in English
C Collins
Syntax 8 (2), 81-120, 2005
7872005
Eliminating labels
C Collins
Derivation and explanation in the Minimalist Program 42, 64, 2002
5732002
VP-internal structure and object shift in Icelandic
C Collins, H Thráinsson
Linguistic inquiry, 391-444, 1996
3611996
Argument sharing in serial verb constructions
C Collins
Linguistic inquiry, 461-497, 1997
3281997
The handbook of contemporary syntactic theory
M Baltin, C Collins
Blackwell, 2001
245*2001
Economy of derivation and the generalized proper binding condition
C Collins
Linguistic inquiry 25 (1), 45-61, 1994
2411994
Quotative inversion
C Collins, P Branigan
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 15 (1), 1-41, 1997
2211997
Classical NEG raising: An essay on the syntax of negation
C Collins, PM Postal
MIT press, 2014
190*2014
A smuggling approach to raising in English
C Collins
Linguistic Inquiry 36 (2), 289-298, 2005
1732005
A formalization of minimalist syntax
C Collins, E Stabler
Syntax 19 (1), 43-78, 2016
167*2016
Imposters: A study of pronominal agreement
C Collins, PM Postal
MIT Press, 2012
1482012
Linkers and the Internal Structure of v P
MC Baker, C Collins
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 24 (2), 307-354, 2006
142*2006
Topics in Ewe syntax
CT Collins
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1993
1391993
Why and How Come
C Collins
MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 15, 31-45, 1991
1341991
Object shift in double object constructions and the theory of Case
C Collins, H Thráinsson
1081993
Economy conditions in syntax
C Collins
The handbook of contemporary syntactic theory, 45-61, 2001
1032001
Multiple verb movement in≠ Hoan
C Collins
Linguistic Inquiry 33 (1), 1-29, 2002
1012002
Home sweet home
C Collins
NYU working papers in linguistics 1, 1-34, 2007
982007
Equivalent forms of the Boston naming test
FJ Huff
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 8 (5), 556-562, 1986
961986
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