Bayesian tools; 3. Social learning with a common memory; 4. Cascades and herds; 5.
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Limited memories; 6. Delays; 7. More delays; 8. Outputs; 9.
Networks and diffusion; Words; Part II. Coordination: Guessing to coordinate; Learning to coordinate; Delays and payoff externalities; Part III.
Financial Herding: Sequences of financial trades; Gaussian financial markets; Chamley Published DOI: Introduction Part I. Social Learning: 2. Bayesian tools 3.
Social learning with a common memory 4. Cascades and herds 5. Limited memories 6. Delays 7. More delays 8.
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Outputs 9. Networks and diffusion Words Part II.
Sequences of financial trades; Gaussian financial markets; Financial frenzies. Review quote 'This book is a notable achievement. It is ambitious in scope, and provides substantive understanding of how different models in the area work.
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The tendency of human beings to conformity intrigues social psychologists and anthropologists, and the implications of mass behavior are important in politics, economics, and finance.
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