In addition to our page-by-page review of the first five chapters of Anarchy, State, and Utopia, we’ve been working on two other projects during the Christmas break. First, we wrote up a short paper titled “The Case for Bayesian Voting” (available here via SSRN), which is a reply piece to Eric Posner and Adrian Vermuele’s thought-provoking (but underspecified) article “The Votes of Other Judges”. (Their insightful article is available here.) In addition, we wrote up the first draft of a “Reacting to the Past” Game Book titled “Hacking Harvard” (available here) for our undergraduate business law and ethics class. (For more information about “Reacting to the Past” and role immersion in undergraduate teaching, check out this wonderful website.) Our version of our reacting game is centered around a hacking incident, memorably depicted in the movie “The Social Network”, that occurred at Harvard in the fall of 2003.
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