Information revelation and certification intermediaries
A model that describes the role of certification intermediaries in markets with asymmetric information is presented. The model centers on a limited set of factors to demonstrate in a particular manner how intermediaries may benefit from manipulating information. In dealing with these issues, information revelation must be considered as a strategic decision for these intermediaries. Further, the model demonstrates that an intermediary can gain from the manipulation of information in a proper way.
Publication Name: RAND Journal of Economics
Informal learning: the new frontier of employee & organizational development
The Teaching Firm, a training program developed by the cooperative effort of private and public agencies in Connecticut, espouses informal learning as the venue for employee training and skills enhancement. The Teaching Firm research team believes that additional knowledge in basic subjects such as English, Math, History, Physics and the Social Sciences is important for more enhanced workplace productivity.
Publication Name: Economic Development Review
A model where receiver has private information and sender cares to be perceived as honest. If the sender's honesty concerns are strong enough then the model predicts information revelation as a unique equilibrium, and if they are not strong it creates an incentive for lying.
Publication Name: Journal of Economic Theory
- Abstracts: Interest rate policy and incentives of state-owned enterprises in the transitional China
- Abstracts: Information revelation via takeovers in correlated environments. Banking deposit insurance: new law effective April 1
- Abstracts: Occupational sex segregation in Britain, 1979-89: the persistence of sexual stereotyping. The rise and persistence of rigidities
- Abstracts: On the duality between prior beliefs and trading demands. Did expanding the EITC promote motherhood?
- Abstracts: Network structure and the diffusion of knowledge. Returns to costly pre-bargaining claims: taking a principled stand