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Strategic Economics

Welcome to this space for multi-media resources in economics and game theory, developed by John Fountain and sponsored by the UC College of Business and Economics (BSEC)
  • open to the general public
  • blog-style interactive
  • chock full of podcast and video-webcasts to view/listen online or download.

Start by taking a look at Game Theory & Strategic Economics under the Strategic Economics heading in the left hand menu. Navigate using menus's at the right and top of pages, Hansel and Gretel style breadcrumbs at the top of each page, and the Tags on the right hand side of most pages. Keep up to date by selecting RSS feeds on relevant component pages and/or visit us in iTunes (link coming soon).

To keep spammers at bay some discussion forums require a user log-in, which is easy (and free) to create , but otherwise almost everything is blog style interactive and open to the public for comment. Click on the Getting Started text in the left hand menu to for an explanation of how to login and create a user account. There are also some "members only" sections - password required - related to my specific small research networks (eg belief elicitation and high country land research) and my teaching.

You might also like to check out the Economics dept seminars , Proudly Dismal and/or the Erskine spaces to see how they are evolving.

Here are some tips on the audio and web-media (usually screen capture of slides and animations with audio commentary):

  • Each clip is about 50 minutes. Downloadable versions (see mov or mp4 link just under the on screen viewer) usually have a menu; mostly screen capture and coordinated audio
  • There is a comments box below each media clip.
  • The downloadable video files are typically quite large (80 to several hundred Mb) Quicktime (".mov") or .mp4 files with a larger screen size (640x480);
  • Copyright resides in the author/presenter (non commercial use and share-alike derivative works are ok)
    Creative Commons License
    This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License.
  • support for this project comes from the UC College of Business and Economics - but all errors of ommission and commission are mine! JF
Please let me know if you have any difficulties using the material or suggestions for improvements.
John Fountain

The site is continually changing - please let me know how I can make it more user friendly.


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