|This program sets up a two-player, two-decision game,
e.g. Prisoner's Dilemma, Coordination, Matching Pennies,
Battle of Sexes, etc. You can set payoffs, the matching protocols, and
the numbers of rounds. Major strategic paradigms (social dilemma, coordination, and randomization) are
implemented with the default setup.
For an analysis of payoff factors that may
generate intuitive deviations from Nash predictions, see Goeree and Holt
(2001) "Ten Little Treasures of Game Theory and Ten Intuitive Contradictions,"
American Economic Review.|
Copyright 2009, Charles Holt, Please report problems and suggestions:
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There are many things that can be done. For example, a long Prisoner's Dilemma
experiment can be used to show that cooperation may persist
with fixed matchings (treatment 2 in the graph).
Vecon Lab - November 21, 2017