Category: Economics of Information

Economics of Information

On the economics of information

Which news get to be reported? The latest research on the implications of information control and information abundance for mis and disinformation.

Economics of Information

On effective communication

Interesting new research on a) how ethnic and gender diversity of the FOMC affect receptiveness to monetary policy messaging; b) how lexical inconsistency in corporations’ sustainability reports raises suspicions of greenwashing.

Economics of Information

Belief polarization

When uncertainty and prior beliefs lead to polarization.

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