Zero Sum Games
As I know, trust game (or investment game) [Berg 1995] is quite well known in experimental economics.
Also, there are many researchers extend the game of Berg to repeated version.
My question is, is there a game [View full text and thread]
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12/01/2015 01:56 AM by Vinh Dang; Game theoretical analysis of repeated trust game (Berg 1995)
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i have a problem whit this task
Trading Company should provide 5 types of goods.
p - income from sale
l - a loss of storage. To determine the optimum allocation of supply
l1=19 l2=18 l3=17 l4=16 l5=15. I [View full text and thread]
please look at the enormous literature on cheap talk and its effects on experiments. Rachel Croson has an interesting paper on the ultimatum game, where subjects are allowed to communicate costlessly. there are many more [View full text and thread]
The Percepts and Concepts Laboratory at Indiana University would like to to
invite you to participate in our interactive, on-line group experiments. The
games are entertaining and should be intriguing to those interested in the [View full text and thread]
In the covered call stock market play with a 30 day period (strike date) you can play to win (make a profit) or play to draw (not lose capital). Is there any game theory or arguments showing that a strategy to play for draw yields more [View full text and thread]
Explain the process by which the market for gasoline moves to a new equilibrium following a increase in the price of crude oil? [View full text and thread]
Many games can be structured so that players may choose to feign
strength when weak ("bluffing"). I've seen bluffing discussed in the classic
normative sense of optimal bluffing stragies (e.g., evolutionary game theory
literature, [View full text and thread]
can some one point out a good reference for machine learning algorithms for zero sum games? [View full text and thread]
Thanks for your reply. I will check the reference. Together with Juergen Eichberger and David Kelsey, I currently work on such project. [View full text and thread]
Game Theory for Applied Economists by Robert Gibbons will be a perfect place to start. [View full text and thread]
I am not sure if there exists any such textbook on behavioral economics yet although I expect it would come soon. Meanwhile, check 'The Winner's Curse'
by Richard H. Thaler, an accesible introduction. [View full text and thread]
I am a Camadian psychology student currently researching the effects of variation in testosterone on cognitive function and behavior. I am interested in using experimental economics in the laboratory, but I am a novice and have many [View full text and thread]
Are there any experimental tests of effects of ambiguity on games? By ambiguity I mean Knightian uncertainty a la Choquet expected utility theory. There are quite a couple of experimental studies on ambiguity in unilateral decision [View full text and thread]
Two subsidiaries of a construction enterprise bid for one project. What do you think of this kind of competition inside enterprise? [View full text and thread]
Think of the customers of the 2 firms as the police officer who caught them and are going to charge them in court :) He can "put the blame, all of it" on the one who do not confess and let the other go. Here, the customer has perfect [View full text and thread]
I was just thinking
that technology and Knowledge Managment change much in economic theory. There ought
to be a new hyerarchy of goods and another way to view and study the market.
I mean that now we have too many players and [View full text and thread]
Hi, Sara. In Economic theory, the problem of aggregation arises when we want to combine all micro-variables into a single macro-variable. For example, if we have a collection of individual demand functions, is it possible to somehow add [View full text and thread]
Professors Harold H. Kassarjian and Shi Zhang have been working on consumer behavior in the marketing department at Anderson School at UCLA.
You will find their homepage at
in the [View full text and thread]
Conventional economic theory posits a "Nash" equilibrium in which rational self-interested
players have rational expectations about one anothers behavior. Does this theory hold up in
There is overwhelming evidence [View full text and thread]