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The Psychology Behind Rejected Monetary HandoutsFri Nov 24 2023
Unraveling the Mystery: Regret & Rational Punishment in Rejected Money Offers. New study challenges traditional economic theory. #Psychology #Behavior
New Analytical Solution for Optimizing Portfolios With Value-At-Risk ConstraintsWed Nov 08 2023
New research provides analytical solution for optimizing portfolio investments under Value-at-Risk constraints in financial markets. #portfoliooptimization #VaRconstraints #financialresearch
How Fishing Could Boost Tourism in AlgeriaMon Sep 18 2023
Unlocking the Potential of Pescatourism to Boost Algeria's Coastal Tourism Sector: New Study Explores Opportunities for Economic Growth and Sustainability.
Potential Strategies for Inducing Honest Reporting in Hiring Agents for Unverifiable InformationThu Sep 07 2023
New Research Uncovers Strategies for Honest Hiring Agents in the Face of Unverifiable Information
Addressing Educational Disparities: A Study on Urban-Rural Inequality in Indian StatesTue Sep 05 2023
Understanding Urban-Rural Educational Disparities in Indian States: Implications for Social Welfare and Development
Simulated Economy Explores Wage InequalityWed Aug 23 2023
New paper explores role of consumer choice in tackling wage inequality in closed economies. Find out how it can be a powerful tool for wage redistribution.
Solution to Algorithmic Price Collusion Could Drop Prices 40%Sun Aug 06 2023
New study reveals a solution to algorithmic collusion, slashing prices by 40% or more. Find out how this mechanism works. #collusion #pricingstrategy
New Method for Testing Predictability in Financial MarketsSat Aug 05 2023
New research develops a method for testing predictability in financial markets despite fluctuations in parameters.
Mitigating the Risks of Maximal Extractable Value in Blockchain EcosystemsWed Jul 12 2023
MEV refers to the ability of validators or block proposers to exploit users' transactions for personal gain. The paper aims to address this problem by proposing a formal approach to determine fair compensation for users