Information Economics

Kobo ebook | June 1, 2007

byBirchler, Urs

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1. Why study information economics?, 2. How to read this book? Part one: Information as an economic good, 3. What is information?, 4. The value of information, 5. The optimal amount of information, 6. The production of information, Part two: How the market aggregates information, 7. From information to prices, 8. Knowing facts or reading thoughts, 9. Coordination problems, 10. Learning and cascades, 11. The macroeconomics of information, Part three: The economics of information asymmetries, 12. The winner's curse, 13. Hidden information and self-selection, 14. Optimal contracts, 15. The revelation principle, 16. Creating incentives, Part four: The economics of self-knowledge, 17. Me versus myself

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1. Why study information economics?, 2. How to read this book? Part one: Information as an economic good, 3. What is information?, 4. The value of information, 5. The optimal amount of information, 6. The production of information, Part two: How the market aggregates information, 7. From information to prices, 8. Knowing facts or readi...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:June 1, 2007Publisher:RoutledgeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0203946553

ISBN - 13:9780203946558

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