Computational Model Library

Network-Based Trust Games (version 1.0.0)

The original version of the trust game (Berg, Dickhaut, and McCabe, 1995) has three essences: two persons, each person taking one role (either trustor or trustee), and a fixed multiplier. In our extended version, we consider N persons, each taking a dual role, and a state-dependent multiplier.

The network-based trust game is a hybridization of both the repeated trust games and the network games. It is outlined as follows. N agents engage in a repeated trust game with T repetitions (T rounds). In each round, each agent has to make a two-stage decision: networking and investment.

Version Submitter First published Last modified Status
1.0.0 Bin-Tzong Chie Wed Apr 15 17:03:56 2020 Wed Apr 15 17:03:56 2020 Published


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