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Automated Game Play Datasets: New Releases

Last month we released ten datasets from the research project “Small Artificial Human Agents for Virtual Economies“, implemented by Professor David Levine and Professor Yixin Chen at the Washington University of St. Louis and funded by the National Science Foundation [See dedicated webpage].

We are now happy to announce that the list has grown with seven more datasets, now hosted at datahub.io which were added this month, including:


Clark, K. & Sefton, M., 2001. Repetition and signalling: experimental evidence from games with efficient equilibria. Economics Letters, 70(3), pp.357–362.
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Costa-Gomes, M. and Crawford, V. 2006. “Cognition and Behavior in Two-Person guessing Games: An Experimental Study.” The American Economic Review, 96(5), pp.1737-1768
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Costa-Gomes, M., Crawford, V. and Bruno Broseta. 2001. “Cognition and Behavior in Normal-Form Games: An Experimental Study.” Econometrica, 69(5), pp.1193-1235
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Crawford, V., Gneezy, U. and Yuval Rottenstreich. 2008. “The Power of Focal Points is Limited: Even Minute Payoff Asymmetry May Yield Large Coordination Failures.” The American Economic Review, 98(4), pp.1443-1458
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Feltovich, N., Iwasaki, A. and Oda, S., 2012. Payoff levels, loss avoidance, and equilibrium selection in games with multiple equilibria: an experimental study. Economic Inquiry, 50(4), pp.932-952.
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Feltovich, N., & Oda, S., 2013. The effect of matching mechanism on learning in games played under limited information, Working paper
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Schmidt D., Shupp R., Walker J.M., and Ostrom E. 2003. “Playing Safe in Coordination Games: The Roles of Risk Dominance, Payoff Dominance, and History of Play.” Games and Economic Behaviour, 42(2), pp.281–299.
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