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Information, fairness, and efficiency in bargaining

Camerer, Colin F. and Loewenstein, George (1993) Information, fairness, and efficiency in bargaining. In: Psychological Perspectives on Justice: Theory and Applications. Cambridge University Press , pp. 155-179. ISBN 9780521431996.

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Economic theory assumes people strive for efficient agreements that benefit all consenting parties. The frequency of mutually destructive conflicts such as strikes, litigation, and military conflict, therefore, poses an important challenge to the field.

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Additional Information:© 1993 Cambridge University Press. We thank Maya Bar-Hillel, Jon Baron, Max Bazerman, Robin Keller, and Barbara Mellers for helpful comments NSF grant SES 90-23531 provided support to the first author.
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