Biography

Amrish Patel is a Lecturer in Economics specialising in Behavioural Game Theory. He has a PhD from the University of Kent and was previously an Assistant Professor at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden.

Amrish's research focuses on Psychological Game Theory, a framework within which one can model the strategic implications of belief-dependent preferences like reciprocity and social-esteem concerns. He recently organised the world's 1st Workshop on Psychological Game Theory.

All Publications

Dufwenberg, M., Patel, A.

(2017)

Reciprocity networks and the participation problem,

in Games and Economic Behavior

101

pp. 260–272

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Jang, D., Patel, A., Dufwenberg, M.

(2016)

Co-Financing Agreements and Reciprocity: When 'No Deal' is a Good Deal,

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Cartwright, E., Patel, A.

(2013)

How category reporting can improve fundraising,

in Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization

87

pp. 73-90

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Patel, A., Cartwright, E.

(2012)

Naïve Beliefs and the Multiplicity of Social Norms,

in Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics JITE

168

(2)

pp. 280-289

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Cartwright, E., Patel, A.

(2010)

Public Goods, Social Norms and Naive Beliefs,

in Journal of Public Economic Theory

12

(2)

pp. 199-223

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Cartwright, E., Patel, A.

(2010)

Imitation and the incentive to contribute early in a sequential public good game,

in Journal of Public Economic Theory

12

(4)

pp. 691-708

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