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March 29 _ 31 - If you eat more points than are available,...

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Econ 100A Prof. Reynolds Externalities March 29, 2011
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How far did you travel over spring break? A.Out of the country B.Out of the state C.Out of the Bay Area D.Off campus E. I didn’t even make it out of bed
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Fishing for clicker points 700 clicker points available to start Each can choose how many to “fish” for; These will be added to your clicker score. All points left over will double & we will play another round. If more than all the points are fished in a round, then no one gets any and the game is over.
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How many points do you fish? A.0 B.1 C.2 D.3 E.4
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Raising clicker points with fences Each of you has 2 points You can choose how many points to “eat”; These will be added to your score. Any points left over double after the first
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Unformatted text preview: If you eat more points than are available, you forfeit all points for this activity. We only have two rounds. How many points do you eat? A.0 B.1 C.2 D.3 E.4 Econ 100A Prof. Reynolds Public Goods March 31, 2011 In this chart, cookies would fall into Rivalrous Non-Rivalrous Excludable A B Non-Excludable C D Rivalrous Non-Rivalrous Excludable A B Non-Excludable C D Fireworks Rivalrous Non-Rivalrous Excludable A B Non-Excludable C D Fish in the Ocean Rivalrous Non-Rivalrous Excludable A B Non-Excludable C D The Mona Lisa When (some variable in my best response function for public goods changes) My contributions to the public good A. Increase B. Decrease C. Stay the same D. Cant tell...
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