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Risk Aversion and the Capital Asset Pricing Theorem - Financial Theory - John Geanakoplos - Lecture 22 of 26
Until now we have ignored risk aversion. The Bernoulli brothers were the first to suggest a tractable way of representing risk aversion. They pointed out that an explanation of the St. Petersburg p...
The Mutual Fund Theorem and Covariance Pricing Theorems - Financial Theory - John Geanakoplos - Lecture 23 of 26
This lecture continues the analysis of the Capital Asset Pricing Model, building up to two key results. One, the Mutual Fund Theorem proved by Tobin, describes the optimal portfolios for agents in...
This lecture addresses some final points about the CAPM. How would one test the theory? Given the theory, what's the right way to think about evaluating fund managers' performance? Should the manag...
The Leverage Cycle and the Subprime Mortgage Crisis - Financial Theory - John Geanakoplos - Lecture 25 of 26
Standard financial theory left us woefully unprepared for the financial crisis of 2007-09. Something is missing in the theory. In the majority of loans the borrower must agree on an interest rate a...
In order to understand the precise predictions of the Leverage Cycle theory, in this last class we explicitly solve two mathematical examples of leverage cycles. We show how supply and demand deter...
Evolution of Sex and Reproductive Strategies - Global Problems of Population Growth - Robert Wyman - Lecture 1 of 24
Reproduction is not simple or easy, nor is it fair. Females often bear a larger reproductive burden of child bearing and child rearing. Reproductive strategies can be simplified into two primary st...
Sex and Violence Among the Apes - Global Problems of Population Growth - Robert Wyman - Lecture 2 of 24
Chimpanzee males compete for position in a dominance hierarchy; status often depends on support from other members, including females, of the group. High ranking males have much greater sexual acce...
Throughout prehistoric, written, and recent history, human warfare has been commonplace. Nearly all societies engage in regular or periodic war. In many examples, human warfare has characteristics...
Hunter-gatherer populations were much less dense than later agriculturalists. The variety of their food supply protected them from crop failures and their sparseness reduced the spread of infectiou...
In addition to cultural controls acting to maximize fertility, there are important, and often competing, interests of individual families to limit fertility. Unwanted births are dealt with by infan...
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