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LEARNING MODELS

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MODELS WITH DALE STAHL

Stahl, D. and E. Haruvy (2002), “Aspiration-based and Reciprocity-based Rules in Learning Dynamics for Symmetric Normal-Form Games,” Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 46(5), 531-553. 

 

Haruvy, E. and D. Stahl (2004), “Deductive versus Inductive Equilibrium Selection: Experimental Results,” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 53, 319-331.

 E. Haruvy & D. Stahl (2009) Learning Transference between Dissimilar Symmetric Normal-Form Games

Dissertation: Initial Conditions and Adaptive Dynamics—An Approach to Equilibrium Selection. Dissertation Adviser: Professor Dale O. Stahl

 

MODELS WITH IDO EREV

 

Ido Erv and Ernan Haruvy, LEARNING CHAPTER--  A MUST READ!
 
On the Application and Interpretation of Learning Models, Haruvy, E. and I. Erev, Experimental Business Research, Editors: Rami Zwick and Amnon Rapoport, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, 285-300, (2002).

Erev, I. and E. Haruvy (2005), Generality, repetition, and the Role of Descriptive Learning Models, Journal of Mathematical Psychology49(5)357-371
 
Erev, Ido, Eyal Ert, Alvin E. Roth, Ernan Haruvy, Stefan Herzog, Robin Hau, Ralph Hertwig, Terrence Stewart, Robert West, and Christian Lebiere (2009), “A choice prediction competition, for choices from experience and from description"

 
Erev, Ido and Ernan Haruvy “On the potential value and current limitations of data-driven learning models.” Unpublished manuscript.

 

LEARNING APPLICATIONS

 

 

1.      Carare, O., Haruvy, E., and A. Prasad (2007), Hierarchical Thinking and Learning in Rank Order Contests,” Experimental Economics 10(3), 305-316.

2.      Murthi, B. P. S., Haruvy, Ernan, and Zhang, He (2007) "The Effect of Variability in Price on Consumer Brand Choice," Review of Marketing Science: Vol. 5, Article 4.

3.      Haruvy, E., Y. Lahav and C. Noussair (2007), Traders’ Expectations in Asset Markets: Experimental Evidence”, American Economic Review, 97(5), 1901-1920, December

4.      Ofek, E., M. Yildiz and E. Haruvy (2007), “The Impact of Prior Choices on Subsequent Valuations,” Management Science 53(8), 1217-1233.

5.      Haruvy, E. and U. Unver (2007), “Equilibrium Selection and the Role of Information in Repeated Matching Markets,Economic Letters 94, 284-289.

6.      Bass, F., E. Haruvy and A. Prasad (2006), Variable Pricing in Oligopoly Markets, Journal of Business 79, 2789-2810.

 

 

7.      Haruvy, E., A. Roth, and U. Unver (2006), “The Dynamics and Unique Characteristics of the Law Clerk Matching: An Experimental Investigation,” J. of Economic Dynamics and Control 30, 457-486.

 

8.      Benzion, U., E. Haruvy, and T. Shavit (2004)Adaptive Portfolio Allocation with Options.” Journal of Behavioral Finance, 5(1), 43-56.

9.      Yehiam, E., E. Haruvy, and I. Erev (2002), “Reinforcement Learning and the Prevention of Data Catastrophes” Journal of Managerial Psychology, 17(7), 599-611.

10.  Perry, O., I. Erev and E. Haruvy (2002), “Frequent Probabilistic Punishment in Law Enforcement,” Economics of Governance, 3(1), 71-86.

 

11.  Haruvy, E. and A. Prasad (2001), “Optimal freeware quality in the presence of network externalities: An Evolutionary Game Theoretical Approach,” Journal of Evolutionary Economics 11 (2), 231-48.

12.  Haruvy E., I. Erev, and D. Sonsino (2001), "The Medium Prizes Paradox: Evidence from a Simulated Casino", Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 22, 251-261.

13.  Perry, O., I. Erev and E. Haruvy (2002), The Pat on the Back Paradox and Human Adjustment to Economic Incentives, Unpublished manuscript. 

 

 

 

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