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Warwick Economic Research Paper #688
Decentralised Job Matching
Guillaume Haeringer and Myrna Wooders

The following papers are either new or new revisions. These are in the natural order to read rather then the ordering of the appearance of the current versions. This research addresses the questions of whether conformity and imitation, as observed by experimental economists and psychologists, can be consistent with Nash equilibrium. There is a related paper by Edward Cartwright on learning. Since mixed strategies may be difficult to learn, we also address the question of whether there exists equilibrium or approximate equilibrium in pure strategies.

Warwick Economic Research paper #682
Social Conformity in Games with Many Players
Myrna Wooders, Edward Cartwright and Reinhard Selten

Warwick Economic Research paper #672
Social Conformity and Bounded Rationality in Arbitary Games with Incomplete Information: Some Preliminary Results
Edward Cartwright and Myrna Wooders

Warwick Economic Research paper #687
Conformity and Bounded Rationality in Games with Many Players
Edward Cartwright and Myrna Wooders

Warwick Economic Research paper #686
On Equilibrium in Pure Strategies in Games with Many Players
Edward Cartwright and Myrna Wooders

Warwick Economic Research paper #701

On Purification of Equilibrium in Bayesian Games and Ex-Post Nash Equilibrium

Edward Cartwright and Myrna Wooders