Outside Publication

Information Markets as Games of Chance, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Vol. 155 Issue 3

January 2007

Humans set up vast machinery to control uncertainty. In pursuit  of firm answers, we assemble smart deliberators and take their “verdict” as correct; we consult experts; we poll our peers. But recent experiments suggest that one metric—the price signal—can produce startlingly accurate predictions of uncertain events.

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