Choice, Social Norms and Intelligence
Aldo Rustichini and
No 1036, 2007 Meeting Papers from Society for Economic Dynamics
Since the way you play the equilibrium of a game depends on how much you understand it, this paper will put the use of game theory in applied analysis on new ground. We indicate how these facts can provide elements for a theoretical analysis of the decision process, and connect these results to current research in Neuroeconomics.
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