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This is the English version of a section in Ferreira (2014) , a paper dedicated to overview the experiments in Industrial Organization, to appear […] Read more The post Economics and the success of the spectrum auctions appeared first on Mapping Ignorance. Related posts:Experiments in fairness The Cournot model of oligopoly. A success story Private health insurance: adverse or propitious selection?
Author:. Jaume Navarro received his PhD in history of science from the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (1998). He has been a researcher at the universities […] Read more The post The conflict between science and religion as an “invented tradition” appeared first on Mapping Ignorance. Related posts:Stories of the past as promises of the future Epistemology in the courts. Or, Sherlock Holmes is dead, long live to Thomas Bayes. Intelligence testing: a history of a fierce […]
Long extinct squirrel-like creatures hold clues to earlier mammal evolution. Mammals may have evolved much earlier than previously thought, according to researchers who’ve been […] Read more The post MI weekly selection #92 appeared first on Mapping Ignorance. Related posts:MI weekly selection #86 Private health insurance: adverse or propitious selection? You have to learn how to die
You have probably heard this sentence: “the brain is the most complex organ in the universe”. Let´s dive inside such assertion to get a deeper […] Read more The post Optics meets genetics to unravel the brain: the case of sex and aggression appeared first on Mapping Ignorance. Related posts:A new type of spontaneous activity in the brain identified The (energetical) cost of having a brain 2D brain mapping: gene expression and spatial location
If you have a bike, most surely you will own a helmet too. If you fall off the bike your helmet might avoid some nasty […] Read more The post When cycling, wear a helmet...or maybe don’t appeared first on Mapping Ignorance. Related posts:The perfect armour Getting the best grip: how ridged surfaces affect finger pad tribology
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