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September 17 2015

FEEM Re3: "News from the 2015 FEEM Award"



The euro debt crisis, the rational inattention theory and the backward reasoning hypothesis in sequential games and applied to the US Senate, are the topics of the papers that won the 2015 FEEM Awards. In short interviews granted to Re3, the three young authors of the 2015 FEEM Award papers, Keshav Dogra (Columbia University) , Anne-Katrin Roesler (Bonn University) and Jörg L. Spenkuch (Northwestern University), share their views and explain the motivations behind their papers.


Review of Environment, Energy and Economics - Re3

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