Surveys in Experimental Economics Bargaining, Cooperation and Election Stock Markets

Experimental Economics has experienced a steadily growing interest by economists during the last decade. This may not surprise since laboratory and field experiments obviously provide a further valuable source of empirical evidence of economic behavior besides statistics, econometrics, polls, interv...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Bolle, Friedel (Editor), Lehmann-Waffenschmidt, Marco (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Heidelberg Physica 2002, 2002
Edition:1st ed. 2002
Series:Contributions to Economics
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • 1 Introduction
  • I. Bargaining Behavior
  • 2 Negotiation Rules and Bargaining Behavior: What Is Known and What Needs to Be Further Explored? 13
  • 3 Coalitions in Multilateral Negotiations: Aspirations, Agreements, and Outcomes
  • 4 Comment on Bargaining Behavior: Of Models and Men
  • II. Cooperative Behavior
  • 5 Cooperation in Public Goods Experiments
  • 6 Comment on Claudia Keser
  • 7 Fairness in the Labor Market: A Survey of Experimental Results
  • 8 Comment on Simon Gachter and Ernst Fehr
  • 9 Cooperation in Environmental Commons
  • 10 Comment on Axel Ostmann
  • III. Election Markets and Experimental Stock Markets
  • 11 Election Markets: Experiences from a Complex Market Experiment
  • 12 Expectations and Rational Actions in an Experimental Financial Market 193
  • 13 What Do Market Makers Achieve? Evidence from a Large Scale Experimental Stock Market 229
  • 14 Comment on Gregor Brüggelambert and Arwed Crüger, Forrest Nelson and Reinhard Tietz, and Jörg Bochow, Peter Raupach and Mark Wahrenburg: What Can We Learn From Experimental Asset Markets?
  • Contributors