This site uses the tools of modern economics and game theory to
explore how the interaction of intelligent goal-seeking individuals
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An interview on intellectual property:
With James Corbett of the corbettreport
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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.
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Is Behavioral Economics Doomed?:
Now available everywhere From Openbook Publishers - a new open access book about traditional and behavioral economics.
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papers, more research, more news)
"Trade Associations: Why Not Cartels?" [06/01/19] (with A. Mattozzi and S. Modica)
"Radical Markets by Eric Posner and Glen Weyl: a review essay" [05/01/19]
"The Reputation Trap" [04/07/19]
"Learning in Games and the Interpretation of Natural Experiments" [01/31/19] (with D. Fudenberg)
"Survival of the Weakest: Why the West Rules" [10/30/18] (with S. Modica)
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General interest material about game theory, including an
introductory essay, a reading list, and a forum for questions and answers. You can also
find information about the work of Armen A. Alchian, Jack Hirshleifer and other general interest material.
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