Table of contents for The "experiment" in the history of economics / Philippe Fontaine and Robert Leonard.

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 	CONTENTS
List of contributors
Acknowledgements
Introduction
ROBERT LEONARD AND PHILIPPE FONTAINE
1. Experimental economic games: the early years
ROBERT W. DIMAND
2. The Allais Paradox and its immediate consequences for expected utility theory
SOPHIE JALLAIS and PIERRE-CHARLES PRADIER
3. Experimentation, general equilibrium and games
S. ABU TURAB RIZVI
4. Thought- and performed experiments in Hayek and Morgenstern
ALESSANDRO INNOCENTI and CARLO ZAPPIA
5. Social comptabilism and pure credit systems: Solvay and Wicksell on monetary reform
MAURO BOIANOVSKY and GUIDO ERREYGERS
6. The Vanity of rigour in economics: theoretical models and Galilean experiments
NANCY CARTWRIGHT

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Game theory.
Economics.