|10%||participation||every course day and every Friday|
|15%||debate presentation and arguments||due as scheduled|
|15%||in-class and OnCourse quizzes on the material||due as scheduled|
|60%||three examinations on the three elements of the course||As seen on the syllabus, three at 20%|
The second major theme is information economics. The economics section includes a cursory introduction to some major concepts in economics: discounted cash flow, rationality, productivity, and uncertainty. This includes a discussion of digital networked goods violate fundamental assumptions of economics.
The final theme is a topical discussion of information economics combines with organizations. Under this section we will consider security, privacy, DRM and copyright as economic rather than policy or technical questions.