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Vernon Smith开创的实验经济学及其对心理学研究的启示
Alternative TitleVernon Smith's Experimental Economics and Its Implication to Psychology
皇甫刚; 朱莉琪
Source Publication心理科学进展
Abstract2002年度诺贝尔经济学奖得主Vernon Smith是实验经济学的创始人.他获奖的原因是"在实验经济分析尤其是选择性市场机制研究中引入了实验室实验",开创了经济学研究的新领域.该文介绍了实验经济学的理论基础、其主要研究领域以及实验经济学的新方向--神经经济学的研究.该文着重介绍并分析了实验经济学中与心理学研究有关的部分,以期对心理学研究有所启示.
Other AbstractVernon Smith who won the 2002 Nobel Prize in economics was the father of experimental economics. He was awarded the Nobel Prize “for having established laboratory experiments as a tool in empirical economic analysis, especially in the study of alternative market mechanisms”. The paper discussed the theoretical base and the main research area of experimental economics. It also introduced a new trend of experimental economics—neuroeconomics. The paper briefly analyzed experimental economics’ implication to psychology.
KeywordVernon Smith 实验经济学 神经经济学
Subject Area心理学理论与心理学史
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Funding Organization国家自然科学基金,中国科学院知识创新工程项目
Funding Project国家自然科学基金,中国科学院知识创新工程项目
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Corresponding Author皇甫刚
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皇甫刚,朱莉琪. Vernon Smith开创的实验经济学及其对心理学研究的启示[J]. 心理科学进展,2003,11(3):243-248.
APA 皇甫刚,&朱莉琪.(2003).Vernon Smith开创的实验经济学及其对心理学研究的启示.心理科学进展,11(3),243-248.
MLA 皇甫刚,et al."Vernon Smith开创的实验经济学及其对心理学研究的启示".心理科学进展 11.3(2003):243-248.
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