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Lies and damn lies:
A new essay Confirmatory Bias, the Bayesian Detective and an Inconvenient Truth[Posted at 09/14/2017 01:29 PM by David K. Levine ]
We have a new website about the perils of populism discussing our research on democracy, corruption, lobbying and the behavior of political groups and how it may help.
[Posted at 04/18/2017 05:13 AM by David K. Levine ]
Is Behavioral Economics Doomed?:
Now available everywhere From Openbook Publishers - a new open access book about traditional and behavioral economics.
[Posted at 06/20/2012 08:05 AM by David K. Levine ]
papers, more research, more news)
"Survival of the Weakest: Why the West Rules" [03/04/18] (with S. Modica)
"Peer Monitoring, Ostracism and the Internalization of Social Norms" [02/20/18] (with R. Dutta and S. Modica)
"Damned if You Do and Damned if You Don't: Two Masters" [12/05/17] (with R. Dutta and S. Modica)
"Learning Dynamics Based on Social Comparisons" [08/17/17] (with J. Block and D. Fudenberg)
"Voter Turnout with Peer Punishment" [03/22/17] (with A. Mattozzi)
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