Welcome to a BELSS-IGIER Special-Lectures Series on Wednesday May 7:
Ingela Alger (Toulouse School of Economics) & Jörgen Weibull (Stockholm School of Economics) will talk about "Evolution of Preferences" -- readings listed below
Where: 5-E4-sr04 (5th floor Roentgen Building)
When: Wednesday May 7 at 10.30-12.00 + 17.00-18.30
Afterwards: attendants are invited for a post-lecture-series aperitivo
We hope many will attend! If you have questions, contact Martin Dufwenberg (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the IGIER team (IGIER@unibocconi.it).
Ingela Alger & Jörgen W. Weibull (2010), “Kinship, incentives and evolution,” American Economic Review 100, 1725-1758.
- (2012), “A generalization of Hamilton’s rule — Love others how much?” Journal of Theoretical Biology 299, 42-54.
- (2013), “Homo moralis – preference evolution under incomplete information and assortative matching,” Econometrica 81, 2269-2302.
- (2014), "Evolutionarily stable strategies, preferences and moral values, in n-player interactions," mimeo.
Lecture's slides: part_1a, part_1b, part_2.
Last update 15 May 2014 - 14:06:51
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