|"Speed, Accuracy, and the Optimal Timing of Choices," June 2018, Drew Fudenberg, Philipp Strack, and Tomasz Strzalecki. Formerly under "Stochastic Choice and Optimal Sequential Sampling." Appendix. (forthcoming in the AER)
|"Learning Dynamics with Social Comparisons and Limited Memory," May 2018, Juan I. Block, Drew Fudenberg, and David K. Levine. Online Appendix.|
|"Predicting and Understanding Initial Play," April 2018, Drew Fudenberg and Annie Liang|
|"Training and Effort Dynamics in Apprenticeship," April 2018, Drew Fudenberg and Luis Rayo. Online Appendix.|
|"Heterogeneous Play and Information Spillovers in the Lab," March 2018, Drew Fudenberg and Emanuel Vespa|
|"Player-Compatible Equilibrium," December 2017, Drew Fudenberg and Kevin He.|
"Learning and Equilibrium Refinements in Signalling Games," September 2017, Drew Fudenberg and Kevin He.
"Learning and Type-Compatibility in Signalling Games," October 2016, Drew Fudenberg and Kevin He, Online Appendix.
|"Self-Control, Social Preferences and the Effect of Delayed Payments," February 2016, Anna Dreber, Drew Fudenberg, David K. Levine, and David G. Rand|
"Predictive Game Theory," 2010, Drew Fudenberg
|"Stochastic Stability in Birth-Death Processes on Large Populations," 2008, Drew Fudenberg and Daniel Hojman|
|"Stochastic Evolution as a Generalized Moran Process," 2004, Drew Fudenberg, Lorens Imhof, Martin A. Nowak, and Christine Taylor|
|"Learning in Extensive-Form Games, II: Experimentation and Nash Equilibrium," 1994, Drew Fudenberg and David M. Kreps
Note: This file is very large because it is the scan of a 1994 working paper.
|"Evolution and Noisy Repeated Games," 1994, Drew Fudenberg and Eric Maskin|
|"Monopoly and Credibility in Asset Markets," 1994, Drew Fudenberg and David K. Levine|
|"Balanced-Budget Mechanisms for Adverse Selection Problems," 1991, Drew Fudenberg, David K. Levine, and Eric Maskin|
|"A Theory of Learning, Experimentation, and Equilibrium in Games," July 1988, Drew Fudenberg and David M. Kreps|
|"Negotiations, Strikes, and Wage Settlements," (with David K. Levine and P. Ruud), paper presented at NBER Conference on Trade Unions, May 1983.|