Essays on Behavioural Game Theory
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Game theory is the standard method in economics used to analyse situations where people or firms interact, for example, auctions, bargaining, cooperation, markets with a small number of firms, and many other social dilemmas such as the provision of public goods. Behavioural game theory is an approach to economics that uses psychological regularities to suggest ways to weaken rationality assumptions and extend the motivational basis for economic behaviour (Camerer, 2003). The three following essays are all contributions to behavioural game theory.