Expectations, Rationality and Economic Performance

Expectations, Rationality and Economic Performance

Models and Experiments

Tobias F. Rötheli

This book offers a broad perspective on the economics of expectations. Experimental studies are used to analyse how human bounded rationality affects economic performance. The challenges posed for policy making are also addressed.

Chapter 9: Pattern-Based Expectations and Financial Markets

Tobias F. Rötheli

Subjects: economics and finance, behavioural and experimental economics


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