What neuroeconomics does really mean ?
The paper starts with a discussion of the different ways to understand the neuroeconomic research program. It argues for multilevel connections between different kinds of models (logical, behavioral, and neural). Then, it surveys the various contributions of this neuroeconomic approach to three main economic domains: The individual decision-making, the risk analysis and the strategic behaviors in game situations. It provides in conclusion the answers to several criticisms concerning their relevance.
Volume (Year): 118 (2008)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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