Big Ideas Workshop: Information Economics
ICLE’s invitation-only Big Ideas Workshop series brings together early- and mid-career scholars to discuss important ideas in law & economics.
This workshop will explore some of the foundational concepts of information economics, including concepts such as asymmetric information, signaling, the role of information in consumer protection, agency costs, and various mechanisms by which individuals and markets achieve efficient outcomes in the face of incomplete information.
This is the third year of Big Ideas workshops hosted by ICLE. Prior workshops have looked at topics including the diverging views of Guido Calabresi and Richard Posner, the evolution of the understanding of the Theory of the Firm, and the foundational work of Armen Alchian.
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