Cognitive Economics: New Trends, 280 book cover

Cognitive Economics: New Trends, 280

Audience
Economists, graduate students and researchers of economics.

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Published: December 2006

Imprint: Elsevier

ISBN: 978-0-444-52242-9

Contents

  • Part 1 : Decision and beliefsEgidi, M. (University LUISS, Roma) : Decomposition patterns in problem solvingCozic M. (University Paris 4): Impossible states at work :Logical omniscience and rational choiceGiraud R. (University Paris I) : Reference-dependent preferences : an axiomatic approach to the underlying cognitive processKokinov B. (New Bulgarian University, Sofia) and Raeva D. (New Bulgarian University, Sofia): A cognitive approach to context effects on individual decision making under riskPart 2 : Games and evolutionGermano F. (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona : On boundedly rational rules for playing normal form gamesDurieu J. (University of Saint-Etienne), Haller H. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute) and Solal P. (University of West Britanny): Contagion and dominating setsNamatame A. (National Defense Academy, Yokosuka, Japan) : Selective interactions with reinforcing preferencePart 3 : Economic applicationsGordon M. (IMAG, Grenoble), Nadal J.-P. (ENS, Paris), Phan D. (ENST, Brest) and Semeshenko V. (IMAG, Grenoble) : Choice under social influence :effects of learning behaviors on the collective dynamicsPozzali, A. (University of Milan), Viale, R. (SSPA, Rome) : Cognition, types of ¿tacit knowledge¿ and technology transfer Hilton, D. (University of Toulouse II) : Overconfidence, trading and entrepreneurship : cognitive and cultural processes in risk-takingEpilogue : A. Kirman (University of Marseilles, Princeton University)

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