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- Cultural Transmission and Socialization. (A. Bisin and T. Verdier)
- Social Construction of Preferences (J. Benhabib and A. Bisin)
- Preferences for Status (R. Frank and Ori Heffetz)
- Evolutionary Selection (A. Robson and L. Samuelson)
- Nature and Nurture (B. Sacerdote)
- Social Beliefs (A. Alesina and P. Giuliano)
- Does Culture Matter? (R. Fernandez)
- Social Capital (L. Guiso, P. Sapienza, L. Zingales)
Empirical Analysis of Social Interactions
- Identification of Social Interactions (L. Blume, W. Brock, S. Durlauf, Y. Ioannides)
- Neighborhood Effects and Housing (Y. Ioannides)
- Peer and Neighborhood Effects in Education (D. Epple and R. Romano)
- Labor Markets and Referrals (G. Topa)
- Risk Sharing Among and Between Households (M. Fafchamps)
- Credit and Labor Networks in Development (K. Munshi)
- Econometric Methods for the Analysis of Assignment Problems in the Presence of Complimentary and Social Spillovers (B. Graham)
- Norms, Customs, and Conventions (P. Young and M. Burke)
- Social Norms and Social Assets (A. Postlewaite)
- Local Interactions (O. Ozgur)
- Group Formation and Local Interactions (S. Durlauf)
- An Overview of Social Networks and their Analysis (M. Jackson)
- Formation of Networks and Coalitions (F. Bloch and B. Dutta)
- Diffusion, Strategic Interaction, Social Structure (M. Jackson and L. Yariv)
- Herding (C. Chamley)
- Learning in Social Networks (S. Goyal)
- Experiments in Social Learning (S. Kariv)
- Matching, Allocation, and Exchange of Discrete Resources (T. Sonmez & U. Unver)
- Discrimination (G. Loury)
- The Importance of Segregation, Discrimination, Peer Dynamics, and Identity in Explaining Trends (R. Fryer)
- Theories of Statistical Discrimination and Affirmative Action: A Survey (H. Fang and A. Moro)
How can economists define and measure social preferences and interactions?
Through the use of new economic data and tools, our contributors survey an array of social interactions and decisions that typify homo economicus. Identifying economic strains in activities such as learning, group formation, discrimination, and the creation of peer dynamics, they demonstrate how they tease out social preferences from the influences of culture, familial beliefs, religion, and other forces.
- Advances our understanding about quantifying social interactions and the effects of culture
- Summarizes research on theoretical and applied economic analyses of social preferences
- Explores the recent willingness among economists to consider new arguments in the utility function
Upper-division undergraduates, graduate students, professors, and professionals working in all segments of economics and finance.
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- © North Holland 2010
- 10th November 2010
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New York University, NY, USA
Alberto Bisin is Professor of Economics at New York University and an elected fellow of the Econometric Society. He is also fellow of the NBER, the CEPR, and CESS at NYU, CIREQ. He has been Associate Editor of the Journal of Economic Theory, of Economic Theory, and of Research in Economics. He is founding editor of noiseFromAmerika.org and contributes op-eds for the italian newspaper La Repubblica. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, obtained in 1994. His main contributions are in the fields of Social Economics, Financial Economics, and Behavioral Economics.
New York University, NY, USA
Stanford University, CA, USA
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