The XMM-newton wide field survey in the cosmos field: Redshift evolution of agn bias and subdominant role of mergers in triggering moderate-luminosity AGNs at redshifts up to 2.2

V. Allevato, A. Finoguenov, N. Cappelluti, T. Miyaji, G. Hasinger, M. Salvato, M. Brusa, R. Gilli, G. Zamorani, F. Shankar, J. B. James, H. J. McCracken, A. Bongiorno, A. Merloni, J. A. Peacock, J. Silverman, A. Comastri

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