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Gresham College - Asymmetric Information in Finance Explained

In every financial transaction, one side has more information than the other. For example, when someone buys a used car, the seller will know better than the buyer whether the car is a plum or a lemon. Does more information leave you better off? One of the fascinating ideas behind the concept of asymmetric information is that more information can lead to you being actually worse off.

Gresham College on X: "Today at 6pm: Asymmetric Information in Finance  Explained Watch live and free via: Gresham  Professor Raghavendra Rau explains how having less information during a  #finanical transaction can

Gresham College lectured by Raghavendra Rau