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Econometric Society Monographs

Econometric Society Monographs - Postlewaite, Andrew (university Of Pennsylvania); Compte, Olivier - ISBN: 9781108434492
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Bindwijze: Boek
Genre: Econometrie
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Proposes novel methods to incorporate ignorance and uncertainty into economic modeling without complex mathematics.


Titel: Econometric Society Monographs
auteur: Postlewaite, Andrew (university Of Pennsylvania); Compte, Olivier
Mediatype: Boek
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 300
Uitgever: Cambridge University Press
Plaats van publicatie: 03
NUR: Econometrie
Afmetingen: 228 x 152 x 17
Gewicht: 430 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9781108434492
Intern nummer: 41915061
Volume: 1

Biografie (woord)

Andrew Postlewaite is the Harry P. Kamen Professor of Economics and a Professor of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania.


'In this brilliant and path-breaking book, Compte and Postlewaite offer a new way of modeling agent reasoning in microeconomic theory, striking a balance between the demands of equilibrium analysis with 'perfect' rationality and the realities of human cognition. They do not focus on a particular anomaly while embracing the rest of the game-theoretical assumptions. Rather, they focus on plausible ways of reasoning for economic agents, allowing a distinction between the agents' and the modeler's world view. In doing so, Compte and Postlewaite provide a new language for modeling bounded rationality.' Itzhak Gilboa, Tel Aviv University and École des hautes études commerciales de Paris


Introduction; Part I. Modeling Challenges: 1. Action space; 2. Ignorance and uncertainty; 3. Observations, perceptions and strategies; 4. Strategies and strategy restrictions; 5. Knowledge and beliefs; Part II. Legends and Myths: 6. Information aggregation; 7. Mechanism design; 8. Surplus extraction; 9. Folk theorems; 10. Comparative statics; Part III. Applications: 11. Auctions; 12. Learning; 13. Reputation; 14. Cooperation; 15. Influence; 16. Information aggregation in markets; 17. Bargaining; 18. Attrition; 19. Reputation; 20. Coordination; 21. Ambiguity and other complexity related aversions; Miscellanea; Index.


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