Experimental economics is a rapidly growing and influential branch of the discipline. In this two-volume set, the editors have bought together nine topics, including methodological concerns, preference reversals, willingness to pay and willingness to accept, bargaining and auctions, which illustrate the progress made in this area and the current state of play. For each topic, they have selected a series of important previously published papers, to which they have added an editorial commentary that sets them in context and indicates directions which future experiemental work on these topics might most profitably take place.
Methodological concerns; preference reversals; willingness to pay and willingness to acceptp; expected utility and generalizations; games; bargaining; auctions; public goods; markets.
Series: International Library of Critical Writings in Economics
Number Of Pages: 832
Published: January 1993
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 18.42
Weight (kg): 1.72