A collection of ken binmores influential papers on bargaining experiments with the authors newly written commentary addressing the challenges to game theory posed by the behavioral school of economics binmore offers a recipe for making game theory work he focuses on the most basic of its . This volume brings together all of ken binmores influential experimental papers on bargaining along with newly written commentary in which binmore discusses the underlying game theory and addresses the criticism leveled at it by behavioral economists when binmore began his experimental work in the . Ken binmore is the renaissance man of game theory combining a strong analytical presence and an excellent record of empirical research with a deep appreciation for the social role of game theory and its relationship to evolutionary biology anthropology and philosophy. Binmores findings from two decades of game theory experiments have made a lasting contribution to economics these paperssome coauthored with other leading economists including larry samuelson avner shaked and john suttonshow that game theory does indeed work in favorable laboratory environments even in the challenging case of bargaining
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