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Game theory and social interactions

Essential resources

Center for Neuroeconomics Studies

The Center for Neuroeconomics Studies (CNS) at the Claremont Graduate University investigates the neurophysiology of economic decisions. Its researchers draw on economic theory, experimental economics, neuroscience, endocrinology, and psychology to develop a comprehensive understanding of human decisions.

David Levine's Economic and Game Theory

This site uses the tools of modern economics and game theory to explore how the interaction of intelligent goal-seeking individuals determines social outcomes. David K. Levine is the Armen Alchian Professor of Economic Theory at UCLA and co-editor of Econometrica.

The Y2K Bibliography of Experimental Economics and Social Science

Edited by Charles A. Holt, this bibliography lists exactly 2000 publications, plus about 500 discussion papers in experimental economics and social science. It is arranged by keyword topic, roughly following the layout of Davis and Holt's Experimental Economics (1993).

Important web sites

David Levine's Economic and Game Theory

This site uses the tools of modern economics and game theory to explore how the interaction of...

The Y2K Bibliography of Experimental Economics and Social Science

Edited by Charles A. Holt, this bibliography lists exactly 2000 publications, plus about 500...

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2016-09-07

Social Capital in Context: Crisis, Values and Power

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