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As an introduction for this lecture, Prof. Dan Ariely examines the mechanisms at work behind dishonest behaviour, and the implications this has for all aspects of our social and political lives.
Please also watch the following video introducing credence goods and explaining why they often cause informational asymmetries between seller and buyer. Prof. Matthias Sutter explains the problems occurring due to this asymmetry and why it may generate opportunity for cheating.
Please answer the assignment based on the reading for this lecture.
Deadline: Wednesday, October 28 at 15:15.
Please connect to my Zoom (link in Absalon) on Wednesday, October 28 at 15:15.
Group 3 summarizes the three papers you have to read for today. Remeber you have to read all the papers before the lecture and prepare your questions for the group.
I expect an active discussion about each paper: ask all the questions you have (concepts, method, analysis, etc.) and disccuss the implications of these papers.
For helping you summarize the material I link a short video summarizing paper 1 (here) a short summary for paper 3 (here) and a video about the Nota Fiscal Paulista (in Portuguese, here).
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