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Games, Decisions and Economic Behaviour

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Title: Games, Decisions and Economic Behaviour
Author: FYS Class - Fall 2014, Section 3
Abstract: How do people make decisions when faced with economic choices? How do those choices interact to produce consequences for small groups or sometimes the entire world? Economists and other social scientists have constructed theories of choice and strategic behaviour, often by making simple assumptions about rationality and self-interest. This seminar used simple classroom experimental games to search for answers. The posters outline 4 different games the seminar analyzed.
Date: 2015-08-05
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