Behaviour economics through the ultimatum game : Why do people accept more from computers than from other people?

Kocsi, Mihály (2012) Behaviour economics through the ultimatum game : Why do people accept more from computers than from other people? Outstanding Student Paper, BCE, Üzleti döntések szekció.

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Abstract

In my essay I would like to show the new field of economic sciences, behavioural economics through the ultimatum game. I analyzed former ultimatum game results and then conducted my own experiment. In my own ultimatum game experiment, not only did I retest the findings of previous studies, but I was curious if there is a difference between people playing the game with computers or other people. In the end of my essay, I found significant differences between the two cases and I formulate ideas on why these distinctions happened. I also draw conclusions on the topic in general and try to envisage the future.

Item Type:Outstanding Student Paper
Notes:1. helyezett
Subjects:Economics
Decision making
ID Code:5380
Deposited By:Eszter Dolinka
Deposited On:26 Oct 2012 12:20
Last Modified:29 Oct 2012 10:18

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