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Robert Sugden est un économiste britannique, utilisant la théorie des jeux et la théorie de l'économie expérimentale afin de comprendre le fonctionnement de la coordination des individus sur le marché.


  • 1981, The Political Economy of Public Choice. Oxford, U.K.: Martin Robertson
  • 1982, avec P. Jones, Evaluating choice, Int Rev Law Econ, 2, pp47–65
  • 1984,
    • a. Reciprocity: The Supply of Public Goods Through Voluntary Contributions, Economic Journal, 94
    • b. « Voluntary Organisations and the Welfare State », In: Julian LeGrand et Ray Robinson, dir., "Privatisation and the Welfare State", Londres, George Allen & Unwin, pp90-94
  • 1986,
    • a. The Economics of Rights, Co-operation & Welfare. Londres: Basil Blackwell
      • Deuxième édition en 2004, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke
    • b. avec G. Loomes, Disappointment and Dynamic Consistency in Choice Under Uncertainty. Review of Economic Studies, 53, pp271-282
    • c. "Labour, Property and the Morality of Markets", In: B. L. Anderson et A. J. H. Latham, The Market in History, Croom Helm, pp9-28
  • 1989, Spontaneous order, Journal of Economic Perspectives, vol. 3, pp85-97
  • 1991,
    • a. Rational choice: a survey of contributions from economics and philosophy, Economic Journal, 101, n°407, July, pp751-785
    • b. Rational bargaining, In: M Bacharach et S. Hurley, dir., Foundations of Decision Theory, Oxford: Blackwell, reprinted in in Varoufakis, Game Theory: Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences, (ed), vol 4, New York: Routledge, pp174-210
  • 1992,
    • a. “Commentary: Austrian Prescriptive Economics”, In: Bruce J. Caldwell et Stephan Boehm, dir., Austrian Economics: Tensions and New Directions, Boston: Kluwer Academic, pp207–214
    • b. "Suckers, free riders and public goods", Humane Studies Review, 7
  • 1993,
    • a. Normative judgements and Spontaneous Order: the Contractarian Element in Hayek's Thought, Constitutional Political Economy, vol. 4, n°3, pp393-424
    • b. “Rights: Why Do They Matter, and To Whom?”, Constitutional Political Economy 4, pp127–152
    • c. "Welfare, Resources, and Capabilities", commentaire du livre d'Amartya Sen, "Inequality Reexamined", Journal of Economic Literature, vol 31, pp1947-1962
  • 1994, avec Judith Mehta et Chris Starmer, Focal points in pure coordination games: An experimental investigation, Theory and Decision, 36(2), pp163–185
  • 1995, A Theory of Focal Points, Economic Journal, Vol 105, pp533-550
  • 1998,
    • a. Conventions, In: Peter Newman, dir., The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law, Vol. 1, London, MacMillan, pp453-460
    • b. Spontaneous Order, In: Peter Newman, dir., The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law, Vol. 3, London, MacMillan, pp485-495
    • c. ‘The Metric of Opportunity’, Economics and Philosophy, 14, pp307-337
    • d. "The Role of Inductive Reasoning in the Evolutions of Conventions", Law and Philosophy, vol 17, pp377–410
  • 2000, avec Luigino Bruni, "Moral Canals: Trust and Social Capital in the Work of Hume, Smith and Genovesi”, Economics and Philosophy, Vol 16, pp21-45
  • 2001, The Evolutionary Turn in Game Theory, Journal of Economic Methodology, Bd. 8, Heft 1, 113-130
  • 2002,
    • a. Credible Worlds: The Status of Theoretical Models in Economics, In: Uskali Maki, Dir., Fact and Fiction in Economics, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp107-36
    • b. Social capital theory versus social theory: Political economy and social science at the turn of the millennium, book review, Economica, 69(276), 675-676
    • c. "Blacksburg, Virginia: Summer, 1977", In: Geoffrey Brennan, Hartmut Kliemt, Robert D. Tollison, dir. "Method and Morals in Constitutional Economics. Essays in Honor of James M. Buchanan", Berlin: Springer-Verlag, pp549-551
  • 2003, ‘Opportunity as a Space for Individuality: its Value, and the Impossibility of Measuring it’, Ethics,
  • 2005,
    • a. "Imitation and rationality", In: S. Hurley et N. Chater, dir., "Perspectives on imitation—from neuroscience to social science", vol. 2: imitation, human development, and culture, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp301–316
    • b. "Experiment, Theory, World: A Symposium on the Role of Experiments In Economics", Journal of Economic Methodology, vol 12, n°2, pp177–184
  • 2008, "The Changing Relationship Between Theory and Experiment in Economics", Philosophy of Science, vol 75, n°5, pp621–632
  • 2011, avec A. Isoni, G. Loomes, "The willingness to pay ‒ willingness to accept gap, the ‘endowment effect’, subject misconceptions, and experimental procedures for eliciting valuations: comment", American Economic Review, Vol 101, n°2, pp991–1011
  • 2012, avec Federica Alberti, Kei Tsutsui, "Salience as an emergent property", Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Vol 82, n°2-3, pp379-394
  • 2019, "What Should Economists Do Now?", In: Richard Wagner, dir., "James M. Buchanan: A Theorist of Political Economy and Social Philosophy", New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp13-37

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