January 1, 2017

Game Theory and Strategic Learning

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  4. Lee, D., McGreevy, B. P., & Barraclough, D. J. (2005). Learning and decision making in monkeys during a rock–paper–scissors game. Cognitive Brain Research, 25(2), 416-430.
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  6. Arifovic, J., & Karaivanov, A. (2010). Learning by doing vs. learning from others in a principal-agent model. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 34(10), 1967-1992.
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