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The Cambridge-INET Institute - continuing as the Janeway Institute

 

Rather Doomed than Uncertain: Risk Attitudes and Transmissive Behavior Under Asymptomatic Infection
Matthies, K. and Toxvaerd, F.M.O. , (2022), Economic Theory, accepted

On the Management of Population Immunity
Toxvaerd, F.M.O. and Rowthorn, R. , (2022), Journal of Economic Theory


Which Early Withdrawal Penalty Attracts the Most Deposits to a Commitment Savings Account?
Beshears, J., Choi, J. J., Harris, C., Laibson, D., Madri, B. C. and Sakong, J., (2020), Journal of Public Economics

Limited Cognitive Ability and Selective Information Processing
Leung, B. T. K., (2020), Games and Economic Behavior


Breaking the Brexit impasse: Achieving a fair, legitimate and democratic outcome
Aidt, T.S., Chadha, J.S. and Sabourian, H., (2019), National Institute Economic Review

Learning dynamics with social comparisons and limited memory
Block, J. I., Fudenberg, D. and Levine, D. K., (2019), Theoretical Economics


Firm-Specific Training
Felli, L. and Harris, C., (2018), Journal of Economic Theory

A folk theorem with codes of conduct and communication
Block, J. I. and Levine, D. K., (2017), Economic Theory Bulletin


Codes of Conduct, Private Information and Repeated Games
Block, J. I. and Levine, D. K., (2016), International Journal of Game Theory

Instantaneous gratification
Harris, C. and Laibson, D., (2013), Quarterly Journal of Economics


Complexity and repeated implementation
Lee, J. and Sabourian, H., (2015), Journal of Economic Theory

Bounded memory Folk Theorem
Barlo, M., Carmona, G. and Sabourian, H., (2016), Journal of Economic Theory