Colin F. Camerer

According to our database1, Colin F. Camerer authored at least 15 papers between 2002 and 2019.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of five.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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Bibliography

2019
Dynamic Unstructured Bargaining with Private Information: Theory, Experiment, and Outcome Prediction via Machine Learning.
Management Science, 2019

2017
Exploring the scope of neurometrically informed mechanism design.
Games and Economic Behavior, 2017

2016
A generalized cognitive hierarchy model of games.
Games and Economic Behavior, 2016

Quantal response and nonequilibrium beliefs explain overbidding in maximum-value auctions.
Games and Economic Behavior, 2016

2013
Estimating Structural Models of Equilibrium and Cognitive Hierarchy Thinking in the Field: The Case of Withheld Movie Critic Reviews.
Management Science, 2013

2012
A Range-Normalization Model of Context-Dependent Choice: A New Model and Evidence.
PLoS Computational Biology, 2012

2010
The power of foregone payoffs: a mousetracking study.
Proceedings of the Behavioral and Quantitative Game Theory, 2010

Cognitive hierarchy modelling of lab, field and neural data.
Proceedings of the Behavioral and Quantitative Game Theory, 2010

2009
Heterogeneous quantal response equilibrium and cognitive hierarchies.
J. Economic Theory, 2009

2007
Self-tuning experience weighted attraction learning in games.
J. Economic Theory, 2007

2006
A learning-based model of repeated games with incomplete information.
Games and Economic Behavior, 2006

2005
Self-referential thinking and equilibrium as states of mind in games: fMRI evidence.
Games and Economic Behavior, 2005

2003
Cultural Conflict and Merger Failure: An Experimental Approach.
Management Science, 2003

2002
Detecting Failures of Backward Induction: Monitoring Information Search in Sequential Bargaining.
J. Economic Theory, 2002

Sophisticated Experience-Weighted Attraction Learning and Strategic Teaching in Repeated Games.
J. Economic Theory, 2002


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