Posts Tagged ‘information markets’

Measuring Decision Market Accuracy

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on December 1, 2009

Traders DO Need to Know the Direction of Manipulation

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on November 27, 2009

Decision-makers May be Smarter than Manipulators

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on November 26, 2009

Is It Enough to Provide Incentives?

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on November 26, 2009

The Future of Prediction Markets – Part II

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on November 6, 2009

Why Public Prediction Markets Fail

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on June 11, 2009

A Lesson in Prediction Markets from the Game of Craps

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on June 11, 2009

The Forgotten Principle Behind Prediction Markets

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on May 26, 2009

Calibration = Prediction Market Accuracy?

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on May 26, 2009

The Future of Prediction Markets – Part I

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on May 5, 2009

Prediction Market Accuracy and Usefulness

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on May 3, 2009

Judging Accuracy in Prediction Markets

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on April 25, 2009

an Analysis of HP’s Real Prediction Markets

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on April 12, 2009

Testing Prediction Markets?

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on April 10, 2009

Practical Enterprise Prediction Markets

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on April 5, 2009

Measuring Market Entropy in Prediction Markets

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on March 14, 2009

My Current Issues List

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on March 9, 2009

Market Scoring Rules in Prediction Markets

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on March 9, 2009

Comment on Mercury’s Blog about the Economist Article

Posted by: Paul Hewitt on March 9, 2009

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