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ECON 61400 - Economics Of Information

Credit Hours: 1.00 to 3.00. An introduction to the economics of information. Key topics considered are nonexpected utility theory and the various implications of asymmetric information-either hidden action(s) and/or hidden types, including extensions of the basic principal-agent model as well adverse selection issues, mechanism design, and screening/signaling models. Other topics that may be considered include the value of information/real option theory, herd behavior, capital asset pricing models, stochastic calculus and options pricing models, organizational decision making, search theory and price dispersion models, and herd behavior. Prerequisite: ECON 60600. Typically offered Fall Spring.
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