December 18 2014

FEEM Seminar on "Bargaining in Multilateral Negotiations"

In this week's FEEM seminar Alessandro Tavoni, from LSE Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, sheds light on certain aspects of the climate negotiations' stalemate thanks to insights coming from “Game theory”.  The experiment described and analysed today focuses on the dynamics of the negotiation process and on the study of experimental behaviour in a Nash bargaining game,  involving a six-player group of subjects representing heterogeneous countries.

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