Billets Non classé

“To be concrete”

Mary A. Burke, H. Peyton Young, “Social Norms,” 17 March 2009 (Princeton Economics & Sociology seminar draft):

To be concrete, let us assume that G is a symmetric two-person coordination game, where each player chooses a strategy from the finite set S.

If this is a ‘concrete’ approach to social norms, what is the ‘abstract’ one?

Mary A. Burke, H. Peyton Young, “Social Norms,” 17 March 2009 (Princeton Economics & Sociology seminar draft):

To be concrete, let us assume that G is a symmetric two-person coordination game, where each player chooses a strategy from the finite set S.

If this is a ‘concrete’ approach to social norms, what is the ‘abstract’ one?

À propos de l'auteur

Auteur(e) non référencé(e)