Beliefs in Repeated Games
- Type of resource
- Stanford (Calif.) : Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics, 2020
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- born digital
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Since 1989, Stanford University's Department of Economics has hosted a series of workshop sessions in economic theory and mathematical economics. This program is known as the Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics (SITE). Its purpose is to advance economic science for the benefit of society and to support cutting-edge work of economic theorists within specialized areas of research. The SITE Archives documents the workshop proceedings over time. Access to the presented papers is available in cases where the original material was provided by the author(s). This portion of the archive includes records describing papers where a copy of the original material is preserved and accessible.
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- Presented at SITE on August 10, 2020
- Session series
- Experimental Economics
- Organizer of meeting:
- Exley, Christine, Niederle, Muriel, Roth, Alvin, Vesterlund, Lise
- This workshop will be dedicated to advances in experimental economics combining laboratory and field-experimental methodologies with theoretical and psychological insights on decision-making, strategic interaction and policy. We would invite papers in lab experiments, field experiments and their combination that test theory, demonstrate the importance of psychological phenomena, and explore social and policy issues. In addition to senior faculty members, invited presenters will include junior faculty as well as graduate students.
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