This volume contains sixteen original articles documenting recent progress in understanding strategic behaviour. In their variety they reflect an entire spectrum of coexisting approaches: from orthodox game theory via behavioural game theory, bounded rationality and economic psychology to experimental economics. There are plenty of new models and insights but the book also illustrates the boundaries of what we know today and explains the frontiers of tomorrow. The articles were written in honour of Werner Guth.
Steffen Huck is Professor of Economics at University College London. After an extensive period of studying experimental markets, his current research focuses on issues of trust and social learning. He has published in journals such as American Economic Review, American Political Science Review, Games and Economic Behavior, and the Journal of Theoretical Biology.