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Dr. James studied experimental economics at the University of Arizona, receiving a PhD. He has shed new light on old puzzles within auctions, decision theory, and game theory on a number of occasions. Such results can be found in the Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, Experimental Economics, MODSIM Papers and Proceedings, and Econometrica. Additionally, he published findings on the effects of “beat the market” incentive contracts on laboratory asset markets in the American Economic Review in September 2000 – before the first of the great bubble bursts of the new millennium.

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