Probability Models for Economic Decisions

@inproceedings{Myerson2004ProbabilityMF,
  title={Probability Models for Economic Decisions},
  author={Roger B. Myerson},
  year={2004}
}
1. SIMULATION AND CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY. Getting Started with Simtools in Excel. How to Toss Coins in a Spreadsheet. A Simulation Model of Twenty Sales Calls. Analysis Using Excel"s Data-Table Command. Conditional Independence. A Continuous Random Skill Variable from a Triangular Distribution. Probability Trees and Bayes"s Rule. Advanced Spreadsheet Techniques: Constructing a Table with Multiple Inputs. Using Models. Summary. Exercises. 2. DISCRETE RANDOM VARIABLES. Unknown Quantities in… CONTINUE READING

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