Nathan Berg

Benjamin Biewen2
Brian Magnuson2
Karan Bedi2
Mats Ljungman2
Thomas E. Wilson2
2Benjamin Biewen
2Brian Magnuson
2Karan Bedi
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This paper presents new data on entrepreneurs' self-described decision processes 5 when choosing where to locate, based on scripted interviews with 49 well-placed business 6 owners and senior managers in charge of location choice. Consideration sets are surprisingly 7 small, especially among those who are successful. According to entrepreneurs' own(More)
paper describes our approach to assured information sharing. The research is being carried out under a MURI 9Multiuniversiyt Research Initiative) project funded by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR). The main objective of our project is: define, design and develop an Assured Information Sharing Lifecycle (AISL) that realizes the DoD's(More)
We introduce a game theory model of individual decisions to cooperate by contributing personal resources to group decisions versus by free riding on the contributions of other members. In contrast to most public-goods games that assume group returns are linear in individual contributions, the present model assumes decreasing marginal group production as a(More)
  • Artur Veloso, Benjamin Biewen, Michelle T. Paulsen, Nathan Berg, Leonardo Carmo de Andrade Lima, Jayendra Prasad +4 others
  • 2013
The anti-cancer drug camptothecin inhibits replication and transcription by trapping DNA topoisomerase I (Top1) covalently to DNA in a "cleavable complex". To examine the effects of camptothecin on RNA synthesis genome-wide we used Bru-Seq and show that camptothecin treatment primarily affected transcription elongation. We also observed that camptothecin(More)
Behavioral economists increasingly argue that violations of rationality axioms provide a new rationale for paternalism – to " de-bias " individuals who exhibit errors, biases and other allegedly pathological psychological regularities associated with Tversky and Kahneman's (in Science 185:1124–1131, 1974) heu-ristics-and-biases program. The argument is(More)
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