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Where can I find Cardano's academic research papers?

IOHK has a list of papers and currently I see 103 of them: https://iohk.io/en/research/library/
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Where can I find formal work comparing PoS and PoW models?

There are many variations on proof of work and proof of stake. It is unlikely that there will be a formal comparison of these broad concepts. The closest you are likely to find are informal ...
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Is it possible to call the `mkValidator` inside the same / another `mkValidator` function for script composibility?

In this case, when compiling your validator, compiler is trying to compute a value (which is only available after successfully compiled your validator) to complete compiling your validator, thus, it's ...
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Where can I find Cardano's academic research papers?

In addition to https://iohk.io/en/research/library/ (as Joshua Chia mentions), you can then utilize Google Scholar to search for a paper's title and/or author names to also get a list of citing ...
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Where can I find formal work comparing PoS and PoW models?

I don't think this is by any means a complete answer however I know that IOG has a number of papers going into the formal properties of various consensus algorithms. Here are some papers that do ...
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Where can I find formal work comparing PoS and PoW models?

This article contains some references to more "technical" papers, although I agree with the general view that a more formal comparison is required: Consensus Mechanisms Explained: PoW vs. ...
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Is it possible to call the `mkValidator` inside the same / another `mkValidator` function for script composibility?

Script.validatorHash can not be compiled to Plutus Core (probably for good reason, as it would've resulted in much larger on-chain scripts). As Erik mentioned, if you only need the hash of your ...
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Where can I find Cardano's academic research papers?

You gotta go to crypto and or other tertiary domain specific archives. https://eprint.iacr.org/complete/ is one that I use myself quite frequently. Just look up IOG scientists if you're looking for ...
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