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Unformatted text preview: =
15/11
 EUR(MSNE)=
4/22
(‐5)
+
4/22(5)
+
7/22
(0)
+
7/22
(0)
=
0
 
 Tricky
points
 1.
True
randomness
versus
alternation.


Can’t
have
cops
on
beat
every
other
day
–
 robbers
do
better
by
adapting
to
their
pattern.

Need
to
have
real
randomness.
(Spin
 wheel)
 
 ‐
Auditors/tax
payers
 ‐
Teacher/student
 
 2.
Ex
ante
versus
ex
post
regrets.

Ex
post
someone
will
have
regrets,
but
ex
ante
 could
not
have
done
better.


 
 3.
Question:

do
Cops
choose...
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2014 for the course POL SCI 30 taught by Professor O' neill during the Winter '03 term at UCLA.

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