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- Do Institutions Promote Rationality? An Experimental Study of the Three-Door Anomaly
University of St. Gallen Department of Economics working paper series 2002, Department of Economics, University of St. Gallen View citations (1)
See also Journal Article in Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization (2004)
- How to Make Scientists Agree - An Evolutionary Betting Mechanism
Method and Hist of Econ Thought, EconWPA
See also Journal Article in Kyklos (2000)
- Ideologies, Beliefs, and Economic Advice - A Cognitive- Evolutionary View on Economic Policy-Making
Public Economics, EconWPA View citations (3)
- Learning in Economics: Where Do We Stand?
Microeconomics, EconWPA View citations (1)
- A Behavioral Approach to Learning in Economics - Towards an Economic Theory of Contingent Learning
Microeconomics, EconWPA View citations (3)
- Low Information Games - Experimental Evidence on Learning in Ultimatum Bargaining
Experimental, EconWPA View citations (5)
- Reputations and Fairness in Bargaining - Experimental Evidence from a Repeated Ultimatum Game With Fixed Opponents
Experimental, EconWPA View citations (10)
- Noisy Decision Makers - On Errors, Noise and Inconsistencies in Economic Behavior
Papers on Economics and Evolution, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Evolutionary Economics Group
- Do institutions promote rationality?: An experimental study of the three-door anomaly
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2004, 54, (3), 337-350 View citations (14)
See also Working Paper (2002)
- How to Make Scientists Agree: An Evolutionary Betting Mechanism
Kyklos, 2000, 53, (4), 587-92
See also Working Paper (2000)
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