The Department of Economics Theory, History, and Development Seminar Series presents
"Sentiment Conduct and Trust in the Laboratory"
with Bart J. Wilson, Professor of Economics and Law, Economic Science Institute, Chapman University
Monday, May 13, 2013
Social Science Plaza B, Room 3218
Current interest in trust games by experimental economists originated in the 1990’s (Berg et al., 1995) following upon earlier studies of simple two-person ultimatum and dictator games (Guth et al., 1982; Kahneman et al., 1986). The finding that decisions in these games collided with the predictions of game theory subsequently ignited a large literature on trust games. This literature has extensively replicated and explored the robustness of the original.
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