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Learning and Applying Cooperative Solutions: A Classroom Experiment on Transportation Games
In a trade experiment, groups of students were taught how to bargain over a pie generated in a transportation game. Data collection and detailed group reports of the bargaining process allowed us to identify the type of bargaining followed and its correspondence with cooperative game theory concepts. Explicit coalitions were rather scarce (17%), although coalition stability was implied by 47.8% of the agreements. Efficiency was achieved in the vast majority (82%) of cases, whereas in 34.8% ofdoi:10.3390/axioms11080397 fatcat:2lrwgriykzaxxirtwhj2enfb7m