Strategic interaction, asymmetric information and coordination – theoretical predictions and experimental evidence

 The aim of this project is to analyze the interaction of asymmetric information and learning in coordination problems. More specifically; How does access to asymmetric information and learning affect the strategic interaction between the agents? What are the welfare consequences for individual actors? What overall welfare consequences can be expected? How do we design policy instruments with the purpose of overcoming the inefficiencies associated with coordination problems? To answer the questions we will use both theoretical predictions and experimental evidence.

Therese Lindahl


Address: The Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics The Royal Swedish Academy of Science Box 50005 SE-104 05 Stockholm Sweden