Experimental Games and Climate Coalitions

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In the field of climate change mitigation, a growing interest in social and economic networks has been fostered by recent developments in the analysis of strategic network formation benefiting from an increasing methodological cross fertilization with earlier work on the formation of large networks, developed in mechanical physics. In this short interview granted to Re3 - Review of Environment, Energy and Economics Journal, Alessandro Tavoni from The Grantham Research Institute of the London School Economics, gives practical examples on how, for instance, experimental games can be integrated into more traditional lines of research on coalition formation and stability.
20 November 2014
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