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Risk Aversion in Bargaining: an Experimental Study

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  • Murnigham, J.K.
  • Roth, A.E.
  • Schoumaker, F.

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Ce Document Presente Trois Experiences Faites Pour Tester les Predictions des Principaux Modeles de la Theorie des Jeux Qui Analysent les Consequences de L'attitude Envers le Risque Sur L'issue de la Negociations. les Resultats Confirment Modestement les Predictions de Ces Modeles. Ils Suggerent Toutefois Que Pour les Montants Consideres Dans Cette Etude, les Effets de "Pole D' Attraction" Sont Plus Significatifs Que les Effets de la Riscophobie.

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  • Murnigham, J.K. & Roth, A.E. & Schoumaker, F., 1985. "Risk Aversion in Bargaining: an Experimental Study," Cahiers de recherche 8536, Universite de Montreal, Departement de sciences economiques.
  • Handle: RePEc:mtl:montde:8536
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    Risk ; Game Theory;

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