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Excerpt from Johnny Carson Vs. The Smothers Brothers: Monolog Vs. Dialog in Costly Bilateral Communication
A third interesting feature of these optimal communication algorithms concerns who dominates the conversation. We will see that the identity of the agent who should do the most talking can depend on the size of the communication budget. If you cannot pay for much talking, perhaps one agent is the preferred lecturer. If you have more to spend, it can be optimal to hear instead from the other.
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