Empire | the board game from Reed College edit / delete

"Empire is a turn-based eco­nom­ic and polit­i­cal (and very occa­sion­al­ly mil­i­tary) strat­e­gy board game, with roots going back to 1938, most­ly devel­oped in the 1960s and 70s by Reed College stu­dents in Portland, Oregon. It is com­plex and addic­tive, reward­ing care­ful long-range plan­ning, but at the same time it allows for free-form cre­ativ­i­ty (with the con­sen­sus of oth­er play­ers)."

to board-games economics empire games simulation ... on 06 July 2020

Papers - John Griffin edit / delete

Economics research with a specialism in financial bubbles - there are interesting discussions of Bitcoin and the first Internet bubble here, among lots of other papers.

to bitcoin bubble economics politics ... on 29 June 2020

Hacking Team: a zero-day market case study edit / delete

"This article documents Hacking Team's third-party acquisition of zero-day (0day) vulnerabilities and exploits. The recent compromise of Hacking Team's email archive offers one of the first public case studies of the market for 0days."

to economics exploit security ... on 15 September 2016

Andrew M. Odlyzko edit / delete

There's various well-written, interesting material here on the historical intersection of economics and technology (e.g. railways and the Internet); the best are collected on the "technology and financial manias" page. Why the Internet bubble was nothing new, and probably didn't have the impact you thought it had.

to amusements business economics etext history internet railway ... on 18 January 2015

Fuel Prices historic data edit / delete

As it says. Useful.

to economics fuel ... on 19 October 2008

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