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oTree App for Bargaining in Ad Hoc Committees (i.e., Legislative Bargainining à la Baron and Ferejohn 1989)

Salvatore Nunnari, Bocconi University, salvatore.nunnari@unibocconi.it

This repository contains two oTree (www.otree.org) apps:

  • barg_three: multilateral alternating-offer legislative bargaining with three-players as in the model by Baron, David and John Ferejon, 1989, "Bargaining in Legislatures" and, among others, the laboratory experiments by Frechette, Guillaume, John Kagel and Steve Lehrer, 2003, "Bargaining in Legislatures: An Experimental Investigation of Open versus Closed Amendment Rules" and Kagel, John, Hankyoung Sung and Eyal Winter, 2010, "Veto Power in Committees: An Experimental Study". This app implements a single instance of a sequential bargaining game (i.e., a single "match").

  • barg_five: multilateral alternating-offer legislative bargaining with five-players as in the model by Baron, David and John Ferejon, 1989, "Bargaining in Legislatures" and, among others, the laboratory experiments by Frechette, Guillaume, John Kagel and Steve Lehrer, 2003, "Bargaining in Legislatures: An Experimental Investigation of Open versus Closed Amendment Rules" and Kagel, John, Hankyoung Sung and Eyal Winter, 2010, "Veto Power in Committees: An Experimental Study". This app implements a single instance of a sequential bargaining game (i.e., a single "match").

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