Ed Hopkins
Ed Hopkins
Professor of Economics, University of Edinburgh
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Running to Keep in the Same Place: Consumer Choice as a Game of Status
E Hopkins, T Kornienko
American Economic Review 94, 1085-1107, 2004
5212004
Two competing models of how people learn in games
E Hopkins
Econometrica 70 (6), 2141-2166, 2002
2242002
Inequality, happiness and relative concerns: What actually is their relationship?
E Hopkins
The Journal of Economic Inequality 6 (4), 351-372, 2008
1252008
Job market signaling of relative position, or Becker married to Spence
E Hopkins
Journal of the European Economic Association 10 (2), 290-322, 2012
1202012
Learning, information, and sorting in market entry games: theory and evidence
J Duffy, E Hopkins
Games and Economic behavior 51 (1), 31-62, 2005
1172005
A note on best response dynamics
E Hopkins
Games and Economic Behavior 29 (1-2), 138-150, 1999
1131999
Learning in perturbed asymmetric games
J Hofbauer, E Hopkins
Games and Economic Behavior 52 (1), 133-152, 2005
1012005
Which inequality? The inequality of endowments versus the inequality of rewards
E Hopkins, T Kornienko
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics 2 (3), 106-137, 2010
96*2010
Attainability of boundary points under reinforcement learning
E Hopkins, M Posch
Games and Economic Behavior 53 (1), 110-125, 2005
942005
Learning in games with unstable equilibria
M Benaïm, J Hofbauer, E Hopkins
Journal of Economic Theory 144, 1694-1709, 2009
902009
The stability of price dispersion under seller and consumer learning
E Hopkins, RM Seymour
International Economic Review 43 (4), 1157-1190, 2002
84*2002
Status, affluence, and inequality: rank-based comparisons in games of status
E Hopkins, T Kornienko
Games and Economic Behavior 67 (2), 552-568, 2009
752009
Cycles and instability in a rock-paper-scissors population game: A continuous time experiment
TN Cason, D Friedman, E Hopkins
The Review of Economic Studies 81, 112-136, 2013
692013
Marriage as a rat race: Noisy premarital investments with assortative matching
V Bhaskar, E Hopkins
Journal of Political Economy 124 (4), 992-1045, 2016
642016
Marriage as a rat race: Noisy premarital investments with assortative matching
V Bhaskar, E Hopkins
Journal of Political Economy 124 (4), 992-1045, 2016
632016
Inequality and Growth in the Presence of Competition for Status
E Hopkins, T Kornienko
Economics Letters 93 (2), 291-296, 2006
59*2006
Learning, matching, and aggregation
E Hopkins
Games and economic behavior 26 (1), 79-110, 1999
501999
Adaptive learning models of consumer behavior
E Hopkins
Journal of economic behavior & organization 64 (3-4), 348-368, 2007
452007
Cross and double cross: comparative statics in first price and all pay auctions
E Hopkins, T Kornienko
The BE Journal of Theoretical Economics 7 (1), 19, 2007
38*2007
Price dispersion
E Hopkins
New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, 2006
372006
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