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Economics 14.126 Problem Set III Problem set for a PhD level economics class at MIT covering game theory. The questions are purely theoretical and do not deal substantially with economic applications. Solutions are available here: http://dspace.mit.edu/bitstream/handle/1721.1/80316/14-12-fall-2005/contents/assignments/ps3sol.pdf. Creator: Drew Fudenberg, Sergei Izmalkov Access rights: Free Access Type: Problem, Set
Economics 201B: Game Theory Problem Set #2 Problem set for an economics class at UCLA focusing on game theory. This set of questions focuses on Bayesian Games and mechanism design, specifically, sequentiality, signaling, the Beer-Quiche game, the Hold Up Problem, the Revelation Principle and the Principle-Agent Problem. Creator: David Levine Access rights: Free Access Type: Problem Set
Legal Systems of the World Learning module on the legal systems of the United States, Japan and the European Union, focusing on issues of foreign trade and international affairs Creator: GlobalEDGEAcademy Access rights: Free Access with Registration Type: Lecture/Presentation
Legal History of International Business Learning module on international law, its relationship with domestic law, and the way it affects international business. Creator: GlobalEDGEAcademy Access rights: Free Access with Registration Type: Learning/Research, Opportunity
2000 Midterm I + Solutions Midterm examination for a class at MIT covering game theory and its applications to economics. The one-hour-and-twenty-minute open book examination asks open ended theoretical questions. The exam contains questions and solutions. Creator: Muhamet Yildiz Access rights: Free Access Type: Test
Legal Framework of International Business Learning module on the effects of international law on international business including law of the sea and the air and differences in regulation of advertising. Creator: GlobalEDGEAcademy Access rights: Free Access with Registration Type: Learning/Research, Opportunity
Final 2000 -- Make up Final examination for a class at MIT covering game theory and its application to economics. The exam is one-hour-and-twenty minutes and intended to be open-book. It has four multi-part free response questions focusing on game theory as a solution to economic questions. Creator: Muhamet Yildiz Access rights: Free Access Type: Test
Economics 14.126 Problem Set I Problem set for a PhD level economics class at MIT covering game theory. The questions are purely theoretical and do not deal substantially with economic applications. Solutions are available here: Creator: Drew Fudenberg, Sergei Izmalkov Access rights: Free Access Type: Problem, Set
Organizational Structure of MNCs Learning module on the structure of MNCs and the ways in which they can be altered. Creator: GlobalEDGEAcademy Access rights: Free Access with Registration Type: Lecture/Presentation
The 65 Years and Over Population, Census 2000 This article provides data from the 2000 census concerning the population 65 years of age and over. Charts and tables provide geographical and gender-specific analysis. An additional feature of the page allows users to create a map with layers using the Census 2000 data related to the population 65 years of age and over. Creator: National Atlas Access rights: Free Access Type: Article, Map

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