Dinosaur Comics and the Ultimatum Game

While Dinosaur Comics tends to touch on relevant political and philosophical issues, this intersection between game theory and experimental economics was worth reposting:

It also gave me the opportunity to drop a line to Ryan North and recommend the Heller and Sieberg article on the FU Factor.

Michael A. Allen

About Michael A. Allen

Michael is an Assistant Professor in Political Science at Boise State University with a focus in International Relations, Comparative Politics, and Methodology (quantitative and formal). His work includes issues related to military basing abroad, asymmetric relations, cooperation, and conflict. He received his Ph.D from Binghamton University in 2011.

One Reply to “Dinosaur Comics and the Ultimatum Game”

  1. So exactly how many basic concepts of philosophy and social science must be revised? So much of what people accept as fact is based on the premise that people are out to maximize their utility, but a lot of studies in human behavior offer a lot of instances where we don’t act rationally.

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