Risk Aversion in Experiments (Research in Experimental Economics, Volume 12)

Risk Aversion in Experiments (Research in Experimental Economics, Volume 12) By Glenn W. Harrison, James C. Cox
Publisher: J.A.I Pre.ss 2008 | 250 Pages | ISBN: 0762313846 | File type: PDF | 4 mb

This volume collects essays on the issues that arise in measuring risk aversion in experiments. This literature has exploded in recent years, and there is an urgent need for some synthesis of what has been learned so far.

There are four parts:
1. Theoretical issues
2. Elicitation issues
3. Econometric issues
4. Applications

The volume has a commissioned review for each of the first three parts, and then regular paper submissions in the fourth part.


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