Learning and Evolution in Games, 1st Edition
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 July 2024 | Viewed by 8501
Interests: learning in games; behavioral and experimental game theory; cooperative game theory
Special Issues, Collections and Topics in MDPI journals
2. Department of Economics, University of California, San Diego, CA 92161, USA
Interests: evolutionary game theory; learning in games; social learning; multi-dimensional learning; replicator dynamics; bounded rationality; non-monotone dynamics; equilibrium selection; evolutionary foundation of economic behavior
This issue aims to create a unique and innovative platform for diverse scientific submissions that may have been previously rejected by standard publishing networks or excluded from papers due to length restrictions.
We welcome papers, remarks on previously published works, generalizations, corrections, discussions on negative experimental outcomes, methodological observations, or fascinating excerpts from prior works. We particularly invite contributions discussing strategic interactions where agents deploy practical heuristics to understand their environment and the behavior of others, and how these learnings influence their actions. Submissions dealing with broad economic applications or biological applications, whether theoretical, applied, or experimental, are especially welcome.
We warmly invite authors to submit papers that have been rejected elsewhere. These resubmissions should include reviews from previous submissions, detailed edits made in response to those comments, and a declaration of honor confirming the authenticity and completeness of the provided reviews. We eagerly await your manuscript submissions for this Special Issue of Games.
Dr. Heinrich H. Nax
Prof. Dr. Yuval Heller
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- evolutionary game theory
- learning in games
- Bayesian learning
- behavioral game theory
- belief-based learning
- best-response dynamics
- conditional cooperation
- cultural evolution
- decentralized control
- dynamic matching
- dynamic systems
- emergence of conventions
- equilibrium selection
- evolution of cooperation
- evolution of social norms
- group selection
- kin selection
- learning algorithms
- machine learning
- misspecified learning
- preference evolution
- reinforcement learning