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Microeconomic Theory Workshop: Joel Sobel

Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at 4:15pm to 5:15pm

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Joel Sobel, University of California, San Diego

On the Relationship Between Damage and Deception

Abstract:   This paper introduces a family of definitions of deceptive behavior. The definitions provide different ways to describe the notion that deceptive behavior misleads a player by inducing inaccurate beliefs.  For each definition of deception, I   identify a class of preferences under which behavior is deceptive   if and only if it harms any player with preferences in the class.

Please note: This is a draft of the paper.

Dial-In Information

If you are interested in participating in this seminar, please email Ulrike Kroeller at uab1@cornell.edu for Zoom information.

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Event Type

Seminar, Class/ Workshop

Departments

Economics

Tags

economics, EconSeminar, EconMicro

Contact E-Mail

uab1@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Ulrike Kroeller

Contact Phone

6072554254

Speaker

Joel Sobel

Speaker Affiliation

University of California, San Diego

Open To

Cornell Economics Commnity (List Service Mambers)