Are there any easy/clear examples where a Bayes estimator is inadmissible? Of course it has to be non-unique, because uniqueness implies admissibility.

Do we have to have an improper prior? Or are there cases where we have a proper prior but the estimator is still inadmissible.

Thanks for your help if you are able to answer!


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