Inductive Game Theory: Experiential Knowledge, Interactions, and Limited Inferences in Social Contexts (2011–2013)

Social sciences, including game theory and economics, must play crucial roles in the study and management of the present and future earth. Inductive game theory stresses the importance of personal knowledge derived from experience. This limitation has implications for individual beliefs and individual inferences coming from those beliefs. This research project will focus on limited experiences and inferences and their implications for conflicts between individuals and groups based on such differences. It has the capacity to shed light on the causes and remedies for such conflicts.
Grant type:
ARC Discovery Projects
Funded by:
Australian Research Council