Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Game Theory, Social Psychology
Adam Zylbersztejn investigates decision-making in collective-action problems. Using game theory, behavioral economics and social psychology, He designs laboratory experiments to learn (i) what are the behavioral and cognitive underpinnings of individual decisions (exploring such factors as social preferences, bounded rationality, strategic uncertainty), and (ii) how information may help improve the efficiency of interactions.
- Nobuyuki Hanaki, GREQAM : http://www.greqam.fr/users/hanaki
- Stéphane Luchini, GREQAM : http://www.greqam.fr/users/luchini
- Nicolas Jacquemet, Paris School of Economics : http://ces.univ-paris1.fr/membre/jacquemet/
- Jason F. Shogren, University of Wyoming : http://www.uwyo.edu/shogren/
A detailed CV is available here.