Author Archives: F. E. Guerra-Pujol

About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.

Monday music video: sunrise versus sunset

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Little Nugget

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More Adventures in ChatGPT: Judge Hercules versus Judge Bayes

In a previous post, I pointed out seven of my scholarly papers that contain a question in their titles, and last week, I fed five of those questions into ChatGPT and shared the results of these AI adventures on this … Continue reading

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Review of Chapter 2 of Rule of Law

I won’t have much to say about Chapter 2 of Tom Bingham’s book Rule of Law (available here), which surveys several “historical milestones” in Anglo-American legal history, beginning with the Magna Carta of 1215 and concluding with the Universal Declaration … Continue reading

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ChatGPT: Why don’t juries use range voting?

Back in 2015 I published a paper with the title “Why don’t juries try range voting?” In brief, range voting, also known as score voting, is a voting method in which voters give a score or rank to each candidate … Continue reading

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ChatGPT, the Prisoner’s Dilemma, and the Coase Theorem

The Prisoner’s Dilemma and the Coase Theorem are two widely-cited ideas in economics and law. As it happens, one of my papers is titled “Does the Prisoner’s Dilemma Refute the Coase Theorem?,” which I co-wrote with my colleague and friend … Continue reading

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ChatGPT: Is a post-colonial Puerto Rico possible?

That is the title of my 2008 applied game theory paper in which I model the impasse over Puerto Rico’s political status as a three-person duel (or “truel”) and the question I fed into ChatGPT last night. Below the fold … Continue reading

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Vampires versus ChatGPT

I fed the title question of my 2013 contribution to Economics of the Undead (Chapter 12: “Buy or bite?“) into ChatGPT and was told, “I’m sorry, I am not sure what you are asking. Could you please provide more context … Continue reading

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Monday Music: Country On

Following up on my previous two posts, I was going to feed another one of my research questions into ChatGPT, but the OpenAI website says that “ChatGPT is at capacity right now” so my Monday music series is back by … Continue reading

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Who is the most senile Justice?

That is the question I fed into ChatGPT (the same question in the title of my 2007 empirical study on “judicial decrepitude”), and this is the goody-two-shoes response I received from the bot: It is not appropriate to use terms … Continue reading

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