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Rapprocher l'Homo Oeconomicus de l'Homo Sapiens. Vers une théorie des jeux réaliste et prédictive des comportements humains

  • Alexis Garapin

The behavioural game theory proposes a frame for modelling human behaviours in strategic interactions in a general, predictive and realistic way. Using the huge amount of experimental data accumulated during the last 25 years, and the recent results in neuroeconomics, this approach renews the classic game theory without rejecting its basic concepts and its formal frame. The article presents a synthesis of recent results around some crucial issues : strategic depth, coordination, preferences in negotiation contexts, collective learning. We show, over the variety of the treated questions, the coherence and unity of the approach, as well as its potential.

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Volume (Year): 119 (2009)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
Pages: 1-40

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