Robert Forsythe
Robert Forsythe
Dean, School of Business, Wayne State University
Verified email at wayne.edu
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Fairness in simple bargaining experiments
R Forsythe, JL Horowitz, NE Savin, M Sefton
Games and Economic behavior 6 (3), 347-369, 1994
25001994
Communication in coordination games
R Cooper, DV DeJong, R Forsythe, TW Ross
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 107 (2), 739-771, 1992
7931992
Selection criteria in coordination games: Some experimental results
RW Cooper, DV DeJong, R Forsythe, TW Ross
The American Economic Review 80 (1), 218-233, 1990
7321990
Anatomy of an experimental political stock market
R Forsythe, F Nelson, GR Neumann, J Wright
The American Economic Review, 1142-1161, 1992
7221992
Cooperation without reputation: experimental evidence from prisoner's dilemma games
R Cooper, DV DeJong, R Forsythe, TW Ross
Games and Economic Behavior 12 (2), 187-218, 1996
5611996
Results from a dozen years of election futures markets research
J Berg, R Forsythe, F Nelson, T Rietz
Handbook of experimental economics results 1, 742-751, 2008
5272008
The promise of prediction markets
KJ Arrow, R Forsythe, M Gorham, R Hahn, R Hanson, JO Ledyard, ...
Science-new york then washington- 320 (5878), 877, 2008
4462008
Communication in the battle of the sexes game: some experimental results
R Cooper, DV DeJong, R Forsythe, TW Ross
The RAND Journal of Economics, 568-587, 1989
4341989
Handbook of experimental economics results
CR Plott, VL Smith
Elsevier, 2008
4092008
Asset valuation in an experimental market
R Forsythe, TR Palfrey, CR Plott
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 537-567, 1982
3821982
Wishes, expectations and actions: a survey on price formation in election stock markets
R Forsythe, TA Rietz, TW Ross
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 39 (1), 83-110, 1999
3671999
Information aggregation in an experimental market
R Forsythe, R Lundholm
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 309-347, 1990
2911990
An experiment on coordination in multi-candidate elections: The importance of polls and election histories
R Forsythe, RB Myerson, TA Rietz, RJ Weber
Social Choice and Welfare 10 (3), 223-247, 1993
2311993
Replicability, fairness and pay in experiments with simple bargaining games
R Forsythe, J Horowitz, NE Savin, M Sefton
Games and Economic Behavior 6 (3), 347-369, 1994
2261994
Forward induction in the battle-of-the-sexes games
R Cooper, DV DeJong, R Forsythe, TW Ross
The American Economic Review, 1303-1316, 1993
1841993
An experimental study of voting rules and polls in three-candidate elections
R Forsythe, T Rietz, R Myerson, R Weber
International Journal of Game Theory 25 (3), 355-383, 1996
1811996
Cheap talk, fraud, and adverse selection in financial markets: Some experimental evidence
R Forsythe, R Lundholm, T Rietz
The Review of Financial Studies 12 (3), 481-518, 1999
1561999
What makes markets predict well? Evidence from the Iowa Electronic Markets
J Berg, R Forsythe, T Rietz
Understanding Strategic Interaction, 444-463, 1997
1451997
An experimental analysis of strikes in bargaining games with one-sided private information
R Forsythe, J Kennan, B Sopher
The American Economic Review, 253-278, 1991
1411991
Alternative institutions for resolving coordination problems: Experimental evidence on forward induction and preplaycommunication
R Cooper, DV DeJong, R Forsythe, TW Ross
Problems of coordination in economic activity, 129-146, 1994
1201994
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