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Saturday, October 25, 2008

Not your rolling wheels

Today was study group. It was marvelous. Six of us squeezed around a tiny table in a tiny room in the Kelburn library, distributed piles of paper all over the place, and furiously disagreed about everything for two and a half hours. By the end of it I had an enormously enhanced understanding of all of the following things:

  • Moral hazard, as taught by Paul (harder than the textbook version)
  • Infinitely repeated games
  • Finitely repeated games
  • Bargaining without full verifiability
  • Extensive-form rationalisability
  • The awesomeness of my classmates

The others say that Jack has said that there will be (a) definitely a question on one of signalling or conditional dominance, or (b) probably one question on each of those (depending who you listen to). I'd be very happy with a question on signalling. Conditional dominance may require some more work.

Why is the "commerce library" open on Sundays but not Saturdays? I'm beginning to think they really do hate students.

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