New Economics Papers
on Neuroeconomics
Issue of 2006‒12‒04
one paper chosen by
Daniela Raeva

  1. Evolving Economics: Synthesis By Stanton, Angela A.

  1. By: Stanton, Angela A.
    Abstract: This paper reviews the literature of behavioral-, experimental-, and neuro-economics research with the ultimatum and the dictator games. “One may wonder whether Adam Smith, were he working today, would not be a neuroeconomi[st]” Aldo Rustichini 2005
    Keywords: Literature Review of behavioral-; experimental- and neuro-economics using ultimatum and dictator game
    JEL: D01 A10
    Date: 2006–04–26

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