Advances in Rational Choice Research

Thursday, 19 July 2018: 10:30-12:20
RC45 Rational Choice (host committee)

Language: English

This session hosts contributions about empirical applications of rational choice approaches, models and theoretical discussions on a wide range of subjects. The aim is to encourage the debate among different research experiences and theoretical positions within the variety of Rational Choice approaches. Contributions to the evaluation of their analytical advantages and disadvantages are also welcome.
Session Organizer:
Antonio M. CHIESI, Department of Social and Political Sciences, University of Milano, Italy
Potential Games and the Tragedy of the Commons
Robert MAMADA, Grand Canyon University, USA; Charles PERRINGS, Arizona State University, USA; Adam LAMPERT, Arizona State University, USA
‘(I)Rational Choice’ As a Virtual Network of Networks - Understanding of Power, Violence and Justice (dis)Balance
Nicolae BULZ, Interdisciplinary Entities Laboratory, 2000 --- National Defence College --- IEM/RoAc --- NYAcad_Sciences, Romania
Bounded Rationality and Public Policy: The Nudge and Boost Approaches.
Júlia DE QUINTANA-MEDINA, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Which Risk? Which Trust? Cognitive Determinants of Participation in Collective Action.
Katarzyna ABRAMCZUK, Insitute of Sociology, University of Warsaw, Poland; Anna BACZKO-DOMBI, University of Warsaw, Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology, Institute of Sociology, Poland; Agata KOMENDANT-BRODOWSKA, Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw, Poland
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