Articles from Club Troppo
Choosing a Public-Spirited Leader. An experimental investigation of political selection By: Thomas Markussen (epartment of Economics, University of Copenhagen) ; Jean-Robert Tyran (Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen)
It’s been true for some time that all that ‘flexibility’ everyone said was so important in the labour market was mostly flexibility for bosses. And it was flexibility that raised risks and inconvenience for workers. That’s not a knockdown argument against it of course, but it does raise the question of whether workers were adequately compensated for the loss. Some were. Presumably some weren’t.
Both of the players of this game are pretty good. In the illustrated position it’s black’s move. Black won the game, but only because white managed to resign in a won position. You can see the game here.