Advances in Behavioral Economics Essays in Honor of Horst Todt

The connection of economic theory and behavior is one of the central topics of this book - and also a central issue in economic thinking of Horst Todt to whom this book is dedicated. The contributions deal with topics of normative and descriptive decision-making: They investigate, for instance, the...

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Other Authors: Bolle, Friedel (Editor), Carlberg, Michael (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Heidelberg Physica-Verlag HD 2001, 2001
Edition:1st ed. 2001
Series:Contributions to Economics
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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505 0 |a I. On Horst Todt -- 1 In Honor of Horst Todt -- 2 Horst Todt in Tartu -- II. Scientific Contributions -- 3 How Do Decisions Emerge? Generating Ultimatum Proposals -- 4 Economic Decisions by Approved Principles Rules of Thumb as Behavioral Guidelines -- 5 Fairness, Power and their Relationship -- 6 Solidarity -- 7 What is a Game? The Winner Takes it All -- 8 Monopolistic and Oligopolistic Imperfect Demand Competition Preferences of Suppliers for Demanders -- 9 The Global Homo Oeconomicus Integrating Economic Theories -- 10 International Trade and Spatial Markets Trade Policy from a Theory of Spatial Pricing Perspective -- 11 Trans-European Effects of “Trans-European Networks” Results from a spatial CGE analysis -- 12 Asset Disposition and Economic Development -- 13 Policy Mixes in a Monetary Union -- 14 High Order Strategic Thinking The Subscriber’s Dilemma in an Experimental Stock Issuing and the Keynesian Beauty Contest -- 15 Imitation in a Two-Level Hexapoly 
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520 |a The connection of economic theory and behavior is one of the central topics of this book - and also a central issue in economic thinking of Horst Todt to whom this book is dedicated. The contributions deal with topics of normative and descriptive decision-making: They investigate, for instance, the emergence of decisions or the role of imitation as a competitive principle. A number of contributions treat special decision-making problems on a micro or on a macro level, whereas others concentrate on the principle questions of decision-making or on the conceptualization of important but fuzzy notions like power or solidarity