I study dynamic games where players may be unaware of some fundamentals of the game itself, such as actions or players, and such unawareness may be lifted by other players' actions during the play. Based on Li (2006a, 2006b), I propose a framework to deal with such games using standard tools of game theory. I construct examples to show that unawareness is… (More)
When in 1923 Jacob Viner wrote the book, Dumping: A Problem in International Trade, he probably did not imagine that the system devised to eliminate the effects of dumping (i.e., antidumping) would itself become a problem. However, as we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first antidumping law, the situation is quite different from that observed by… (More)
It combines my recent paper on " Chicago Price Theory and Chicago Law and Economics " with an appendix containing excerpts from a project description for my larger project on the history of Chicago price theory.
This paper, prepared for the forthcoming Elgar Companion to the Chicago School of Economics (Ross Emmett and Malcolm Rutherford eds.) describes monetary economics as it existed in four eras at the University of Chicago. It begins with analysis, based on the Real Bills Doctrine, developed by J. Laurence Laughlin, the first chairman of the Chicago Economics… (More)
Preliminary draft; please do not quote without permission. Abstract Changes in trade policy affect a nation's economic welfare through terms-of-trade and volume-of-trade effects. A move to global free trade would imply higher world economic welfare equal to the sum of all nations' volume-of-trade, or efficiency, effects. Since the sum of the terms-of-trade… (More)
I study games where players may be unaware of some fundamentals of the game itself, such as actions or players, and such unawareness may be lifted by other players' actions during the play. Based on Li (2006a, 2006b), I propose a framework to deal with such games using standard tools of game theory, including generalization of familiar solution concepts… (More)
In contrast to the extensive literature on the outpatient treatment of the borderline patient, there exists only a handful of articles which address the complexities of hospital treatment. This paper will focus on aspects of the milieu for short term (less than three months) length of stay hospital treatment.