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Martin Dufwenberg joined the Eller College of Management in 2003 and previously taught at Uppsala University, Stockholm University, and Bocconi University. He earned his PhD in Economics from Uppsala University in 1995. He was appointed Department Head of Economics in 2020. His research uses game theory and experiments to explore topics in behavioral economics. He currently works on how to incorporate emotions and other forms of belief-dependent motivations into economic analysis using an analytical framework called psychological game theory.

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Courses
  • BE
    Behavioral Economics

  • GD
    Games and Decisions

  • BGT
    Behavioral Game Theory

Grants
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    Psychological Game Theory With Applications

    Principal Investigator (PI)

    2009

    $263.8K
News
  • UA Reps Work With Community Members to Bring Science Authors to TFOB

    2012

  • Guilt, Cooperation Linked by Neural Network

    2011

Publications (54)
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  • Tax Evasion with a Conscience

    2022

  • Promises Partner-Switch

    2021

  • Honesty in the City

    2021

  • Mean Markets or Kind Commerce?

    2021

  • Tra i Leoni: Revealing the Preferences Behind a Superstition

    2021

  • Social Norms with Private Values

    2020

  • Belief-Dependent Motivations and Psychological Game Theory

    2020

  • Promises, Expectations Causation

    2019

  • The Sound of Silence: A License to be Selfish

    2019

  • Sealed Envelope Submissions Foster Research Integrity

    2019

  • Frustration, Aggression Anger in Leader-Follower Games

    2019

  • “Reciprocity Networks the Participation Problem,”

    2017

  • Honesty and Informal Agreements

    2017

  • “Thanks but No Thanks: A New Policy to Reduce Land Conflict”

    2016

  • “Legalizing Bribe Giving,”

    2015

  • “Banking on Experiments?”

    2015

  • “How Werner Güth’s Ultimatum Game Shaped our Understanding of Social Behavior”

    2014

  • “Deception: The Role of Guilt,”

    2013

  • Hold-up: With a vengeance

    2013

  • Triangulating the Neural, Psychological, and Economic Bases of Guilt Aversion

    2011

  • Game theory

    2011

  • Other-regarding preferences in general equilibrium

    2011

  • The framing of games and the psychology of play

    2011

  • Participation

    2011

  • Epiphany in the Game of 21

    2010

  • Bare promises: An experiment

    2010

  • Dynamic psychological games

    2009

  • Peter Bohm: Father of field experiments

    2008

  • Guilt in games

    2007

  • Blowing the whistle

    2007

  • Price floors and competition

    2007

  • Generosity, anonymity, gender

    2006

  • Promises and partnership

    2006

  • Gender composition in teams

    2006

  • Bubbles and experience: An experiment

    2005

  • A theory of sequential reciprocity

    2004

  • Admissibility and common belief

    2003

  • Deductive reasoning in extensive games

    2003

  • Marital investments, time consistency and emotions

    2002

  • Information disclosure in auctions: An experiment

    2002

  • “Existence and Uniqueness of Maximal Reductions under Iterated Strict Dominance,”

    2002

  • Social norms and moral hazard

    2001

  • The consistency principle for set-valued solutions and a new direction for normative game theory

    2001

  • Direct vs Indirect Reciprocity: An Experiment

    2001

  • Teaching Cournot without derivatives

    2001

  • Review: Ariel Rubinstein’s Modeling Bounded Rationality

    2001

  • Why do you hate me?: On the survival of spite

    2000

  • Reciprocity and wage undercutting

    2000

  • Ideal equilibria in noncooperative multicriteria games

    2000

  • Measuring Beliefs in an Experimental Lost Wallet Game

    2000

  • Price competition and market concentration: An experimental study

    2000

  • Indirect evolution vs. strategic delegation: A comparison of two approaches to explaining economic institutions

    1999

  • Some relationships between evolutionary stability criteria in games

    1997

  • Inconsistencies in extensive games: Common knowledge is not the issue

    1996

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