Special Issue "Limited Attention"
A special issue of Games (ISSN 2073-4336).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2020).
In recent years, limited attention has been a reoccurring theme across diverse fields such as finance, microeconomics, industrial organization, macroeconomics, experimental economics, and public economics. This Special Issue of Games aims to bring articles together on how people make a decision under limited attention. We are looking for theoretical contributions to limited attention as well as experimental papers (both lab- and field-based) that test theoretical models of limited attention. We are particularly interested in models (and tests of) of decision making under limited attention.
Prof. Yusufcan Masatlioglu
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Limited attention
- Bounded rationality
- Stochastic choice
- Revealed preference theory
- Consideration sets
- Rational inattention