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Games, Decisions and Economic Behaviour

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Title: Games, Decisions and Economic Behaviour
Author: FYS F2013 Class 02
Abstract: This seminar focused on understanding the decisions and choices behind economic behavior by looking at behavioral experiments through playing games. Students created data by playing games; then they analyzed and interpreted the data. Posters include game examples, “Stripped Down Poker” and “Price Bubbles Experiment”.
Date: 2015-07-30
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