The Use of Simple Games to Illustrate Concepts and to Provide Experimental Evidence
This paper is devoted to a discussion of several simple experimental games used in a series of lectures on game theory. The prime purpose of these games was to raise questions and illustrate problems in the construction of game theoretical models in the social sciences. The students were asked to make choices or to give opinions as to what imputation should be recommended as a solution in a cooperative game.
Shubik, Martin, "The Use of Simple Games to Illustrate Concepts and to Provide Experimental Evidence" (1985). Cowles Foundation Discussion Papers. 985.