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Find it on Scholar. Providing a synthesis of rationall theoretical literature of the last ten years, Christophe Chamley demonstrates how these pathologies may occur in a society of rational individuals.
Some of my favorites involve studies of the value of conformity, when to go out rarional the rain, when to get out of a booming market, when to follow an expert, the value of the risky market order or the conforming limit order, the value of experience old-timers versus beginnerswhen to attack a currency, how much credibility to place on initial reports the white van problemthe accuracy of group behavior, when it pays to coordinate or go it alone.
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Philosophy of Economics in Philosophy of Social Science. It shows how rational Bayesian agents become ignorant of their private observations.
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