Essays on Behavior in Games

@inproceedings{Ridinger2016EssaysOB,
  title={Essays on Behavior in Games},
  author={Garret Ridinger},
  year={2016}
}
This dissertation consists of three chapters researching how individuals behave in game-theoretic situations. Chapter 1 investigates how different fairness concerns impact individual decisions to cooperate. I introduce a new version of the sequential prisoners dilemma where there is a chance the first movers choice is reversed. Experimental results show that second mover cooperation is higher when the first mover has little control over their choice and when the second mover is not told what the… CONTINUE READING

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