Développements récents de l'économie comportementale et expérimentale : Introduction

  title={D{\'e}veloppements r{\'e}cents de l'{\'e}conomie comportementale et exp{\'e}rimentale : Introduction},
  author={Nicolas Jacquemet and Fabrice Le Lec},
  journal={Revue {\'e}conomique},
La methode experimentale a profondement influence les developpements recents de la science economique. L'utilisation d'experiences, et son caractere quasi-systematique a partir des annees 1990, a permis de developper une evaluation empirique a la fois des hypotheses sur lesquelles repose l'analyse theorique (par exemple : combien d'acteurs sont necessaires necessairesa donner du sensasensa la notion d'atomicite, qui se traduit empiriquement par des agents qui se comportent comme preneurs de… 


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