# subnote
--- the objects
## auction
--- the photos
### auction rules --- the auction rules
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Through several different auction scenarios and some added theory we played with several notions from, mostly, behavourial economics, a branch of economics specialising in the way people make economic decisions. Their research shows that economic decisions are often not rational, but influenced by very abritrary facts.

Following are the slides as used during the auction. They present some weird ecomomic theory and auction scenarios, showing hidden currents in our economic behaviour.

 
 

Following are the slides as used during the auction. They present some weird ecomomic theory and auction scenarios, showing hidden currents in our economic behaviour.

 
 


click here for the first slide