By Charles Noussair, Steven Tucker
Comprised of 10 surveys through prime students, this assortment showcases the most important and quickest turning out to be strands of analysis on industry behaviour in experimental economics.
- Covers subject matters equivalent to asset markets, contests, environmental coverage, frictions, common equilibrium, labour markets, multi-unit auctions, oligopoly markets, and prediction markets
- Focuses at the literature that has helped economists most sensible know the way markets operate
- Assesses the influence of advancements in thought, coverage, and learn methods
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