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Testing game-theoretic models of free riding: New evidence on probability bias and learning

Palfrey, Thomas R. and Rosenthal, Howard (1991) Testing game-theoretic models of free riding: New evidence on probability bias and learning. In: Laboratory Research in Political Economy. Michigan Studies in Political Analysis. University of Michigan Press , Michigan, pp. 239-268. ISBN 0472102036.

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Additional Information:© 1991 University of Michigan. An earlier version of this paper was presented at the Conference on the Provision of Public Goods and Common Pool Resources at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, May, 1990. We thank those participatns, especially Roberta Herzberg, for helpful comments. We also thank participants in seminars at Carnegie-Mellon University, MIT, and Penn for their comments. John Ledyard provided very helpful feedback on several points. The research assistance of Jessica Goodfellow and Jeffrey Prisbrey is gratefully acknowledged, as is the financial support of the National Science Foundation. The authors are solely responsible for the contents. Formerly SSWP 730.
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