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Comparable situations occur whenever danger or discomfort threatens a group and the first person to test the water might risk harm or, worse yet, social disapproval for being a non-conformist.
Request removal from index. Business Cycles Central Banks. In various contexts all individuals in a society may learn more if each person does not use rational observations of others’ behavior. Quotes on the Fly. Many of the basic models in the book start with binary choices such as the identification of a taxi as red or yellow, or the prediction of a market move as up or down.
My library Help Advanced Book Search. Beyond Existence and Aiming Outside the Laboratory: Consider the following situation: The penguins as a group would be much better served if one of them would test the waters.
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The book highlights the similarities and the differences between the various cases. Anthony added it Dec 23, Tipping Point Trade Balance. Social learning is about individuals learning from the behavior of others and may lead to spectacular outcomes such as herding, Open Preview See a Problem?
Rational Herds: Economic Models of Social Learning by Christophe P. Chamley
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Social Learning and Sociality. Chamley No preview available – Providing a synthesis of the theoretical literature of the last ten years, Christophe Chamley demonstrates how these pathologies may occur in a society of rational individuals.
Selected pages Title Page. But despite the forecast based on interest rates, the correct prediction is still for a rise. Creative Destruction Credit Crunch. The book provides both informal and technical analyses for readers interested in social behavior, and more advanced eational in economics, finance, and other social sciences.
Caio Lorecchio rated it it was amazing May 12, This book is the first in the exciting new field of social learning. Lists with This Book. Harry Vos marked it as to-read Dec 04, There are hundreds of fascinating examples of group decision making given in Chamley’s excellent book that will illuminate all your thinking about social behavior.
They may delay or make an immediate decision; they may compete against others or gain from cooperation; they make decisions about investment, crop choices, and financial investments. From the Publisher Social learning involves individuals learning from the behavior of others and may lead to spectacular outcomes such as herding, fads, frenzies, crashes, and booms.
Chi-Wa Yuen marked it as to-read Mar 23, A key feature is the inclusion of exercises in each chapter, with proofs written out for students. I have read the first five chapters for over three times. Social learning is about individuals learning from the behavior of others and may lead to spectacular outcomes such as herding, fads, frenzies, crashes, and booms.
His book provides informal as well Social learning involves individuals learning from the behavior of others and may lead to spectacular outcomes such as herding, fads, frenzies, crashes, and booms. Kaan Onuk marked it as to-read Nov 25, Such learning from the behavior of others may and does lead to herds, crashes, and booms.
Rational Herds: Economic Models of Social Learning
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