Information is everywhere in our lives. We spend much of each day searching for it, evaluating it acting on it. And yet economics doesn't give information the respect it deserves. Despite awarding the 2001 Nobel Prize in Economics on the topic of economics and information, most textbook discussions give information short shrift. This section of the wiki will serve as a repository for an eclectic range of sources on how information influences economics.

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