Cognitive Economics

Walliser, Bernard

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Walliser, Bernard
DATE
2007
ISBN
9783540713463
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
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12,39 MB
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As a manifestation of a 'cognitive turn' observable in all social sciences, Cognitive Economics is concerned with the beliefs and mental operations held by actors placed within a dynamical and strategic environment. It appears as a synthesis of an educative research program, dealing with crossed expectations of actors, and an evolutionist research program on collective learning processes. The book mainly aims at extending the framework of game theory in order to better fit the results of rapidly increasing laboratory experiments concerned with individual choices and collective interactions. It also seeks to better explain some original economic phenomena involving boundedly rational agents in an institutional setting such as financial bubbles, job search or technological innovation. Written in an informal way, the book is addressed to philosophers or cognitive scientists curious of how economics deal with cognition, as well as graduate students in economics eager to discover how economic science evolves.Walliser, Bernard is the author of 'Cognitive Economics ', published 2007 under ISBN 9783540713463 and ISBN 3540713468.

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This phenomenon is important for a variety of topics including marketing, culture, identity economics, citizens' participation in symbolic narratives such as politics, and the information economy. Cognitive economics is a new stream of research, part of the wider "heterodox economics" that has still to be defined. It is related, but not completely coincident, with the so called behavioural economics. This section proposes a series of papers, by different authors, defining cognitive economics, its aims and the relation with other approaches and disciplines . As different authors are ... Cognitive economics is a relatively new field linked to behavioural economics and focused on the value that people place on their mental states and beliefs. This phenomenon is important for a variety of topics including marketing, culture, identity economics, citizens' participation in symbolic narratives such as politics, and the information economy. Call for papers: We invite proposals for ... Cognitive dissonance, an important concept in social psychology (Festinger, 1957), refers to the uncomfortable tension that can exist between two simultaneous and conflicting ideas or feelings—often as a person realizes that s/he has engaged in a behavior inconsistent with the type of person s/he would like to be, or be seen publicly to be. According to the theory, people are motivated to ... The Ultimate List of Cognitive Biases: Why Humans Make Irrational Decisions . On May 30, 2017 By Tomer Hochma In Uncategorized. Cognitive biases describe the irrational errors of human decision making and they are a crucial part of understanding behavioral economics. These scientific human biases affect the way we shop, invest and judge brands and people. The revolutionary study of cognitive ... Cognitive science can intersect with economics in at least three productive ways: by providing richer models of individual behaviour for use in economic analysis; by drawing from economic theory in order to model distributed cognition; and jointly to create more powerful 'rational' models of cognitive processes and social interaction. There is the prospect of moving from behavioural ... As the study of heuristics and biases is a core element of behavioral economics, the psychologist Gerd Gigerenzer has cautioned against the trap of a "bias bias" - the tendency t...