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Social Dynamics (with Steven N. Durlauf), Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press . Durlauf), Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 2001. Contents and Introduction. Negotiation Analysis, Ann Arbor MI: University of Michigan Press, 1991. Stochastic Learning Dynamics and Speed of Evolution in Population Games (with Itai Arieli), Econometrica 84 (2016), 627-676. Contagion in Financial Networks"(with Paul Glasserman), Journal of Economic Literature 2016, 54(3), 779–831.

Steven N. Social Dynamics Economic learning and social evolution 4. cilt/MIT Press series on economic learning and social evolution. MIT Press, 2004 - 238 sayfa. Economists have traditionally studied aggregate behavior as the outcome of individual decisions made interactively, while sociologists have focused on the role of social influences on individual behavior. Over the past decade, however, the barriers between the disciplines have broken down, resulting in the new area of social economics. Over the past decade, however, the barriers between the disciplines have broken down, resulting in the new area of social economics

Series: Economic Learning and Social Evolution. This leads us to considering more on incentive structure of games and dynamics, rather than seeing evolutionary dynamics just as peculiar kinds of differential equations

Series: Economic Learning and Social Evolution. This leads us to considering more on incentive structure of games and dynamics, rather than seeing evolutionary dynamics just as peculiar kinds of differential equations. So this is really a good textbook for economists and social/behavioral scientists who want to use EGT for dynamic analysis of strategic situations. If you are a biologist and want to know only replicator dynamic, this book may not be for you; though, you may find it interesting to put replicator in a wider class of evolutionary dynamics.

Author: Steven N. Durlauf H. Game Theory and the Social Contract, Vol. 2: Just Playing (Economic Learning and Social Evolution).

Economic Learning and Social Evolution. Durlauf is Kenneth J. Arrow Professor Professor of Economics at the University of Wisconsin and former Director of the Economics Program of the Sante Fe Institute. Peyton Young is the James Meade Professor of Economics, University of Oxford; the Scott and Barbara Black Professor of Economics, Emeritus, at Johns Hopkins University; and Senior Fellow in Economic Studies at the Brookings Institution.

Economists have traditionally studied aggregate behavior as the outcome of individual decisions made interactively, while sociologists have focused on the role of social influences on individual behavior. Over the past decade, however, the barriers between the disciplines have broken down, resulting in the new area of social economics. Social economics is based on the assumption that individuals are directly influenced by the choices and characteristics of others, creating a feedback loop from the past choices of some people to the current social context and hence future choices of others. The essays in this book, by some of the creators of the field, provide an overview of social economics and represent a variety of approaches, including theoretical model-building, empirical studies, statistical analyses, and philosophical reflections.
Social Dynamics (Economic Learning and Social Evolution) download epub
Economics
Author: Steven N. Durlauf,H. Peyton Young
ISBN: 0262041863
Category: Business & Money
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: The MIT Press (April 2, 2001)
Pages: 252 pages