Faculty & Student Seminar: Is Earned Bargaining Power More Fully Exploited?
Nick Feltovich investigates the impact of earned bargaining power using theory and experiment. In his "Earned" treatment, disagreement payoffs - and hence bargaining power - are based on performance on a real-effort task.
Arctic Policy, Climate, Sustainability & Governance - Spring 2018
Northwest Alaska and the area above the Arctic Circle are experiencing changes in environmental conditions caused by changing climate, harbinger of likely effects on rural and remote community sustainability. Arctic policies affect the health of Circumpolar North residents. We evaluate the 8-nation Arctic Council's environmental stewardship, economic, and sustainable development initiatives.
Former CBPP Professor and Nobel Laureate Vernon Smith Interviewed by KSKA
Former College of Business and Public Policy professor and Nobel laureate Vernon Smith was Interviewed by public radio station KSKA.
Economics Laboratory Named in Honor of Vernon Smith
The College of Business and Public Policy’s Experimental Economics Lab has been renamed the Vernon Smith Economic Science Laboratory in honor of Nobel laureate and former professor Vernon Smith.
Faculty & Student Seminar: "Catastrophic Risk: Waking Up to the Reality of a Pandemic?"
Will a major shock awaken US citizens to the threat of catastrophic pandemic risk? We present evidence that suggests the answer might be “no”.