nep-exp New Economics Papers
on Experimental Economics
Issue of 2006‒08‒19
two papers chosen by
Daniel Houser
George Mason University

  1. Asymmetric Information about Rivals’ Types in Standard Auctions: An Experiment By James Andreoni; Yeon-Koo Che; Jinwoo Kim
  2. Two Comments on the Principle of Revealed Preference By Ariel Rubinstein; Yuval Salant

  1. By: James Andreoni; Yeon-Koo Che; Jinwoo Kim
    Date: 2006–08–11
  2. By: Ariel Rubinstein; Yuval Salant
    Date: 2006–08–10

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