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Gender differences and stereotypes in strategic thinking

By Maria Cubel and Santiago Sánchez-Pagés


Recent literature has emphasized that individuals display varying levels of strategic reasoning. This paper presents ten years worth of experimental data from two countries exploring the existence and endogeneity of gender differences in strategic sophistication. We report results from two experimental studies employing the beauty contest game, one from the classroom and one from the laboratory

Topics: Estudis de gènere, Jocs d'estratègia (Matemàtica), Motivació de l'aprenentatge, Gender studies, Games of strategy (Mathematics), Learning motivation
Publisher: Universitat de Barcelona. Facultat d'Economia i Empresa
Year: 2016
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