The Game Theory Behind Acing an Exam

By Anne Evered. Stanford University.

Last December, students at Johns Hopkins University took advantage of their computer science professor’s grading policies to essentially “game” the system and receive full marks on an exam without ever filling out a single answer. Continue reading The Game Theory Behind Acing an Exam

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The Economics of Degree Inflation

By Justin Moore. Stanford University.

As the percentage of the population that has attained a bachelor’s degree increases, the value of a college degree continues to decline – a phenomenon known as degree inflation. Though degree inflation motivates more young people to attend college to compete in the job market… Continue reading The Economics of Degree Inflation