As a follow-up to my previous post, I am posting a few additional links (in chronological order) regarding Keynesian beauty contests:
- “A Historical Note on the Beauty Contest“, a 2012 paper by Christoph Bühren, Björn Frank, and Rosemarie Nagel (via ZBW).
- “Keynes’s beauty contest“, a 2015 essay by Richard Thaler (via Chicago Booth Review).
- “Beauty contests and the term structure“, a 2018 blog post summarizing the findings in this paper by Martin Ellison and Andreas Tischbirek (via VoxEU).
- “Convergence in a multidimensional randomized Keynesian beauty contest“, a 2018 paper by Michael Grinfeld, Stanislav Volkov, and Andrew R. Wade (via ArXiv).
- “The Keynesian beauty contest revisited“, a 2022 paper by Robert Marx and Marco Lehmann-Waffenschmidt (via Science Direct).
- Bonus link: “Economic Classroom Experiments/Guessing Game” (via Wikiversity).
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