by Tyler Cowen
on January 18, 2013 at 2:37 pm
That is the new book by Erik Angner, with very good exercises and problem sets, and it appears to be very useful indeed. Here is the book’s home page. Here is Angner’s home page.
Just picked it up earlier in the week, am currently reading it, and think it’s great. A good upper level undergraduate text.
Also, anyone interested in Erik Angner’s work on Hayek might be interested in my critique of “the futility of the libertarian fetish for freedom” — http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2193913
Great paper Enrique! I totally agree with your reference to Hale.
Looks like a fine introductory textbook on behavioral economics, but only chapter ten, on Nash equilibrium, appears to relate to anything you can model–and probably it’s standard Prisoner’s Dilemma theory. I was looking for something I could model as a programming language exercise.
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