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The Department of Economics, Philosophy and Political Science presents: A Dynamic Theory of Deterrence and Compliance
November 18, 2021 at 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
The Department of Economics, Philosophy and Political Science invites you to A Dynamic Theory of Deterrence and Compliance, a talk from Dr. Ken Carlaw, Dr. Clifford Bekar and Dr. Curtis Eaton.
Antisocial acts benefit an individual at the expense of their community. Examples of antisocial acts, include violating health and safety regulations, cheating on public goods provision, and criminality.
Communities have an incentive to manage the effects of such antisocial behaviors. We have developed two models of perceptual deterrence, which will be discussed at length during the talk.
All are welcome to attend this free event.