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What is Economics of Information?

Article Written by Zuleykha Gasimova Introduction Economics of Information is a field of microeconomic theory which studies how the imperfect allocation of information affects economic analysis....

Behavioural Economics Series 2: Are Financial Markets Efficient?

The 2013 Nobel Prize in Economics was definitely a “weird” one. One recipient was Dr. Eugene Fama from UChicago, who proposed the Efficient Markets...

The Rise of Cryptoassets & Derivatives

“I bought it when it was really cheap, around $300, and after it went up a ton, I decided to buy some more.. But...

Behavioral Economics Series 1: Prospect Theory

Prospect Theory evaluates how individuals choose under risk and uncertainty, and aims to illustrate that sometimes choices are not optimal. This theory was first...

An Inquiry on Linguistics in Economics

A few weeks ago, I was faced with the daunting task of writing about communication forms in my introduction to academic writing. As someone...

The Volunteer’s Dilemma with Prof. Blit | Goosenomics Episode 1

We've all been in a situation where a professor is teaching and everyone in the class is lost. Often in those situations no one...

Thaler’s Nobel Prize Winning Work in Behavioural Economics

It’s one of two major assumptions in economics, and taught within the first week in most 101 classes: rationality. How do we define rationality?...