Introduction to the special issue “Experiments on conflicts and conflict resolution”
David Masclet () and
Clemens Puppe ()
Social Choice and Welfare, 2015, vol. 45, issue 3, 479-488
This special issue brings together a series of eight articles dealing with experiments on conflict and conflict resolution. The papers presented here originate from a workshop on experiments on conflict held in Rennes, France, in May 2012. The aim of the special issue is threefold: (i) investigating the main determinants of conflicts, (ii) measuring the consequences of conflicts in terms of social welfare losses, and (iii) presenting and discussing different mechanisms and institutions as well as their limitations to reduce and/or prevent conflicts. All papers included here—whether they address interpersonal, intra group or inter groups conflicts—share the same methodology, namely experimental economics. Copyright Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015
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