Centre for Economic Learning and Social Evolution (ELSE)

"Rather than modeling man as an ideally rational, optimizing agent in the style of neoclassical economics, the Centre pursues a programme of pure and applied research directed at the manner in which real people adjust their behavior over time as their circumstances change. The overall objective is to promote the study of models of interactive learning with a view to providing a new foundational basis for modeling in economics and related social sciences. We see game theory as a largely unexploited focus for such study." At this site you'll find an introduction to the Centre (including their staff and divisions), working papers, forthcoming events, and information on how to reach them.