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The economics profession has been for a long time divided into two camps — ADs and ACs.
On the AD camp, there is me, claiming that a bit of exciting bizarreness brought to game theory by the axiom of choice is not worth the headache of checking measurability of strategies and the embarrassment caused by undetermined gale-stewart games; The Axiom of Determinacy, on the other hand, offers a paradise in which Read the rest of this entry »

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