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Academic Year 2019-20

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Published

  1. Akbari, Mahsa, Duman Bahrami-Rand and Erik Kimbrough. (2019). “Kinship, Fractionalization and Corruption,” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 166(C): 493-528.
  2. Barbieri, Stefano, Daniel Kovenock, David Malueg and Iryna Topolyan. “Group Contests with Private Information and the ‘Weakest Link,’” Games and Economic Behavior, 118 (2019), 382-411.
  3. Burnham, Terrence. (2019). “Ordinaries,” Bioeconomics 21(3): 1-155.
  4. Burnham, Terence C., Phelan, Jay. (2020). “Ordinaries II: Mismatch.” Bioeconomics, 22: 1–14.
  5. Campbell, Tom and Nathaniel Wilcox. (2020). “Younger Federal District Court Judges Favor Presidential Power,” The Journal of Law & Economics, 63(1): 181-202.
  6. Chaudhary, Latika, Jared Rubin, Sriya Iyer and Anand Shrivastava. (2020). “Culture and Colonial Legacy: Evidence from Public Goods Games,” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 173: 107-129.
  7. Corgnet, Brice, Mark DeSantis and David Porter (2020), “The Distribution of Information and the Price Efficiency of Markets,” Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 110(1).
  8. Cortes, Gustavo and Marc Weidenmier, (2019). “Stock Volatility and the Great Depression,” Review of Financial  Studies, 32(9): 3544-3570.
  9. Coskuner-Balli, Gokcen (2020). “Citizen-Consumers Wanted: Revitalizing the American Dream in the Face of Economic Recessions, 1981-2012,” Journal of Consumer Research
  10. Da, Zhi, Umit Gurun, Bin Li and Mitch Warachka. (2019). “Investment in a Smaller World: The Implications of Air Travel for Investors and Firms,” Management Science, 1-19.
  11. Deck, Cary A. and Bart J. Wilson. (2020). “Auctions in Near-Continuous Time,” Experimental Economics, 23(1): 110-126.
  12. Gelder, Alan, Daniel Kovenock and Brian Roberson. (2019). “All-Pay Auctions with Ties,” Economic Theory, 1-49.
  13. Giannantonio, C.M., Hurley-Hanson, A.E, Segrest, S.L., Perrewe, P.L., & Ferris, G.R. 2019. “Effects of Recruiter Friendliness on Applicant Reactions.” Personnel Review, 48(6): 1491-1506.
  14. Graebner, Melissa, Fabrice Lumineau and Darcy Fudge Kamal, (2020). “Unrequited: Asymmetry in interorganizational trust,” Strategic Organization, 18(2): 362-374.
  15. Hampton, Kyle. (2020). “Kiviq.us: A Free Double Auction Internet Classroom Experiment That Runs on Any Student Device,” Journal of Economic Education, 51(2): 209.
  16. Kimbrough, Erik, Andrew McGee and Hitoshi Shigeoka. (2020). “How Do Peers Impact Learning? An Experimental Investigation of Ability Tracking,” Journal of Human Resources, 55.
  17. Kovenock, Daniel, Brian Roberson and Roman Sheremeta. (2019). “The Attack and Defense of Weakest-Link Networks,” Public Choice, 179(4), 175-194.
  18. Kovenock, Daniel and David Rojo-Arjona. 2019. “A Full Characterization of Best-Response Functions in the Lottery Colonel Blotto Game,” Economics Letters, 182, 33-36
  19. Lu, Yuanzhu, Swapnendu Banerjee and Sougata Poddar. (2019). “Technology Licensing and Innovation – A Correction on Two-Part Tarif Analysis,” Economics Letters, 183.
  20. Lu, Yuanzhu and Sougata Poddar. 2019. “Limiting End-User Piracy – The Role of Private and Public Anti-Piracy Measures,” Annals of Economics and Finance, 20-1, 181-197.
  21. McCarter, Matthew, Shirli Kopelman, Thomas Turk and Candace Ybarra. (2020). “Too Many Cooks Spoil the Broth: Toward a Theory for How the Tragedy of the Anticommons Emerges in Organizations,” Negotiation and Conflict Management Research
  22. Murray, Noel. (2020). “A Multimodal Analysis Using an Exemplar from Japanese Television Advertising,” Athens Journal of Mass Media and Communications, 7: 1-15.
  23. Nyer, Prashanth U., Candace E. Ybarra, and John B. Broughton. (2019). “The Economics of Residential Solar Panels: Comparing Tiered and Time of Use Plans,” Open Journal of Business and Management, 8(1): 56-67.
  24. Nyer, Prashanth U., John B. Broughton and Candace E. Ybarra. (2019). “The Economics of Residential Solar Panel Installations for Customers on Tiered Rate Plans,” Open Journal of Business and Management, 7(4): 1999-2008.
  25. Nyer, Prashanth U. (2019). “The Relative Effectiveness of Online Lecture Methods on Student Test Scores in a Business Course,” Open Journal of Business and Management, 7(4): 1648-1656.
  26. Pickup, Mark, Erik Kimbrough and Eline de Rooij. (2020). “Identity and the Self- Reinforcing Effects of Norm Compliance,” Southern Economic Journal, 86: 1222-1240.
  27. Schneider, Mark and David Porter. (2020). “Effects of Experience, Choice Architecture, and Cognitive Reflection in Strategyproof Mechanisms,” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 171: 361–377.
  28. Schniter, Eric, Timothy Shields, and Daniel Sznycer (2020). “Trust in Humans and Robots: Economically Similar but Emotionally Different,” Journal of Economic Psychology, 78.
  29. Selove, Matthew (2019). “Dynamic Pricing with Fairness Concerns and a Capacity Constraint,” Quantitative Marketing and Economics. 17(4): 385-413.
  30. Smith, Mackenzie, Kelly Leverett, Bart Wilson and Sarah Brosnan. (2019). “Capuchin Monkeys (Sapajus [Cebus] paella) Play Nash Equilibria, but their Decisions are not Likely Influenced by Oxytocin,” American Journal of Primatology, 81(4): 1-16
  31. Zia, Mohammad, and Ram Rao. (2019). “Search Advertising: Budget Allocation Across Search Engines,” Marketing Science, 38(6): 1023-1037.

Accepted

  1. Baker, Julie, Kara Bently and Charles Lamb. (Forthcoming). “Service Environment Research Opportunities,” Journal of Services Marketing
  2. Banerjee, Swapnendu, Yuanzhu Lu and Sougata Poddar. (Forthcoming). “Technology Selling and Innovation with Bargaining,” Bulletin of Economic Research
  3. Chaudhuri, Shomesh E., Burnham, Terence C., Lo, Andrew W. (Forthcoming). “An Empirical Evaluation of Tax-Loss Harvesting Alpha.” Financial Analyst Journal
  4. Danaher, Brett and Jonathan Hersh. (Forthcoming). “The Effect of Piracy Website Blocking on Consumer Behavior,” MIS Quarterly
  5. Schniter, Eric and Timothy Shields. (Forthcoming). “Gender, Stereotypes, and Trust in Communication,” Human Nature

Book Chapters

  1. Carvalho, Jean-Paul, Sriya Iyer and Jared Rubin. (2019). “Introduction,” in Carvalho, Jean-Paul, Sriya Iyer and Jared Rubin (eds.) Advances in the Economics of Religion, New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 1-21.

Books

  1. Doti, Jim and Esmael Adibi (2019). Econometric Analysis with EViews. McGraw Hill Education
  2. Hurley-Hanson, A.E., Giannantonio, C.M. & Griffiths, A.J. (2020). Autism in the Workplace. Creating Positive Outcomes for Generation A. Palgrave Explorations in Workplace Stigma. Cham, Switzerland. Palgrave Macmillan.

Book Reviews

  1. Burnham, Terrence. (2019). “Edward O. Wilson: Genesis, the Deep Origin of Societies,” Bioeconomics, 21(3): 183-189

Edited Volumes

  1. Carvalho, Jean-Paul, Sriya Iyer and Jared Rubin (eds.) 2019. Advances in the Economics of Religion. New York: Palgrave Macmillan

Editorials

Published

  1. Adler, Hank. (2019). “Wealth Tax Proposals – Not Ready for Prime Time,” Townhall.com
  2. Adler, Hank and Madison Spach. (2019). “The National Wealth Tax: Unconstitutional & Unworkable, Parts 1 & 2” Tax Notes
  3. Adler, Hank, (2019). “How to Pay the Wealth Tax: Sell Everything” The Wall Street Journal

Accepted

  1. Adler, Hank. (Forthcoming). “Wealth Tax Proposals – Be Wary,” Chapman Review

Academic Year 2018-19

  1. Banerjee, Swapnendu and Sougata Poddar, (2019). “To sell or not to sell: Licensing versus selling by an outside innovator” Economic Modelling, 76: 293-304.
  2. Barardehi, Yashar, Dan Bernhardt and Ryan Davies, (2019). “Trade-Time Measures of Liquidity,” Review of Financial Studies, 32(1): 126-179.
  3. Bigoni, Maria and Gabriele Camera, (2019). “Partners or Strangers? Cooperation, Monetary Trade, and the Choice of Scale of Interaction,” American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 11(2): 195-227.
  4. Camera, Gabriele, Cary Deck and David Porter (2019), “Do Economic Inequalities Affect Long-Run Cooperation & Prosperity? Experimental Economics, 23: 53-83.
  5. Camera, Gabriele and Jaehong Kim, (2018). “Equilibrium Wage Rigidity in Directed Search,” Journal of Mathematical Economics 78: 68-78.
  6. Chakravarthy, Jivas, (2019). “Ideological Diversity in Standard Setting,” Review of Accounting Studies, 24(1): 113-155.
  7. DeSantis, Mark, Matthew McCarter and Abel Winn. (2019). “Land Assembly with Taxes, Not Takings,” Applied Economics Letters, 26(7): 604-607.
  8. DeScioli, Peter and Erik O. Kimbrough. (2019). “Alliance Formation in a Side-taking Experiment, Journal of Experimental Political Science, 6(1): 53-70.
  9. Freeman, David, Erik Kimbrough, Garrett Petersen and Hanh Tong, (2018). “Instructions,” Journal of the Economic Science Association, 4(2): 165-179.
  10. Halliday, Daniel and Keith Hankins (2019). “Positional Goods and Upstream Agency,” Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 1-15.
  11. Hajikhameneh, Aidin and Jared Rubin (2019). “Exchange in the Absence of Legal Enforcement: Reputation and Multilateral Punishment under Uncertainty,” Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, 35(1): 192-237.
  12. Hauser, John, Felix Eggers and Matthew Selove (2019). “The Strategic Implications of Scale in Choice-Based Conjoint Analysis,” Marketing Science, 38(6): 1059-1081.
  13. Hersh, Jonathan and M. Harding, (2018). “Big Data in Economics,” IZA World of Labor, 451.
  14. Hillard S. Kaplan, Eric Schniter, Vernon L. Smith, and Bart J. Wilson, “Experimental Tests of the Tolerated Theft and Risk-Reduction Theories of Resource Exchange,” Nature Human Behaviour, 2(6), June, 2018.
  15. Jambulingam, Thani, Maheshkumar Joshi and Ravi Kathuria. “Competitive Analysis of CRM Strategies Using Analytic Hierarchy Process,” Management Dynamics.
  16. Joshi, Maheshkumar, Ravi Kathuria and Sidhartha Das. “Corporate Entrepreneurship in Digital Era: The Cascading Effect Through Operations,” Journal of Entrepreneurship.
  17. Kathuria, Ravi, Narinder Nath Kathuria and Abhishek Kathuria, “Mutually supportive or trade-offs: An analysis of competitive priorities in the emerging economy of India,” The Journal of High Technology Management Research 29(2), 227 – 236.
  18. Kimbrough, Erik O. and Alexander Vostroknutov. “A Portable Method of Eliciting Respect for Social Norms,” 2018. Economics Letters 168: 147-150.
  19. Kotkin, Joel and Marshall Toplansky, “California Feudalism: The Squeeze on the Middle Class,” Center for Demographics & Policy Research Brief.
  20. Kovenock, Dan, Brian Roberson and Roman Sheremeta, “The Attack and Defense of Weakest-Link Networks,” Public Choice.
  21. Leland, Jonathan, Mark Schneider and Nathaniel Wilcox, “Minimal Frames and Transparent Frames for Risk, Time, and Uncertainty,” Management Science.
  22. Li, Jing, Lin Nan and Ran Zhao, “Corporate Governance Roles of Information Quality and Corporate Takeovers,” Review of Accounting Studies.
  23. Ma, Debin and Jared Rubin (2019). “The Paradox of Power: Principal-Agent Problems and Administrative Capacity in Imperial China (and Other Absolutist Regimes),” Journal of Comparative Economics, 47(2): 277-294.
  24. McCarter, Matthew, Kimberly Wade-Benzoni, Darcy Fudge Kamal, H. Min Bang, Steven Hyde and Reshma Maredia, “Models of intragroup conflict in management: A literature review,” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.
  25. McCarter, Matthew, Jonathan Clark, Darcy Fudge Kamal and Abel Winn (2018), “Like a Jar of Flies? A Study of Self-Control in an Organizational Social Dilemma with Large Stakes,” PLOS ONE 13(12): https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0207808.
  26. McCarter, Matthew and Abel Winn (2019), “The Rational Irrationality of Auction Fever: Evidence from Amazon.com Gift Cards, Consumer Products on eBay, and the Behavioral Laboratory,” Journal of Marketing Behavior. 4(1): 57-101.
  27. Myhr, Niklas (2018), “Understanding the Global Implications of Social Media,” in Jon Mitchell Jackson (ed.) The Ultimate Guide to Social Media for Business Owners, Professionals and Entrepreneurs, Independently Published.
  28. Nistor, Cristina, Tylan Yalcin and E. Pehlivan, “Duplicity in Alternative Marketing Communications,” Markets,  Globalization & Development Review.
  29. Rubin, Jared (2018), “Global Divergence and Economic Change,” in Matthias Blum and Chris Colvin (eds.) An Economist’s Guide to Economic History, New York: Palgrave, MacMillan, 193 – 200.
  30. Rubin, Jared (2018), “Review of Jean-Philippe Platteau, Islam Instrumentalized: Religion and Politics in Historical Perspective,” Journal of Economic Literature 56(4): 1601-1603.
  31. Schneider, Mark, Jonathan Leland and Nathaniel Wilcox, “Ambiguity Framed,” Journal of Risk and Uncertainty.
  32. Shukla, Pradip, “LidSuperior X Lid: A Case on Launching a New Patented Cup Lid in the United States,” Journal of Business Case Studies.
  33. Smith, Vernon, A Life in Experimental Economics, Vol. 1: The First Forty Years, Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature 2018.
  34. Smith, Vernon, A Life in Experimental Economics, Vol. 2: The Next Fifty Years, Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature 2018.
  35. Smith, Vernon and Bart Wilson. (2019). Humanomics: Moral Sentiments and the Wealth of Nations for the Twenty-First Century. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
  36. Toplansky, Marshall. “Orange County: Emerging Superstar? Orange County Business Journal July 30, 2018.
  37. Toplansky, Marshall, Karla Lopez del Rio and Ken Murphy, (2019). “Los Angeles/Orange County,” in Beyond Gentrification: Towards More Equitable Urban Growth, a publication of the Center for Opportunity Urbanism.
  38. Turk, Tom and Candace Ybarra (2018), “Property Rights and Value Creation in Organizations,” Journal of Marketing and Strategic Management, 12: 7-24
  39. Van Leeuwen, Boris, Abhijit Ramalingam and David Rojo-Arjona, “Centrality and Cooperation in Networks,” Experimental Economics.
  40. Vrogov, Roumen, Richard Shang, Vernon Smith and David Porter (2018). “Let’s Play the Search Game: Strategic and Behavioral Properties of Sponsored Search Auction Mechanisms,” Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, 33:
  41. Wilcox, Nathaniel (2018). “Reflections on Decision Research and its Empiricism,” in Michiru Nagatsu and Attilia Ruzzene (eds.), Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Social Science: A Dialogue, London: Bloomsbury
  42. Wilson, Bart, (2018). “On Private Governance,” Review of Austrian Economics, 31(2). Book review.

Academic Year 2017-18

Adler, Hank 2018. “TCJA Provisions Present Constitutional Questions.” Tax Notes Today, Jan. 15, 2018.

Aliu, Florin, Dehning, B., and Pavelkova, D. 2017. “Portfolio Risk-Return Analysis: The Case of the Automotive Industry in the Czech Republic.” Journal of International Studies, 10 (4): 72-83.

Aliyev, Khatai, Dehning, B., and Nadirov, O. 2017. “To Work More or Less? The Impact of Taxes and Life Satisfaction on the Motivation to Work in Continental and Eastern Europe.” Economics & Sociology, 10(3): 266-280.

Becker, Sascha O. and Rubin, J. 2017. “The Protestant Reformation's Impact in Europe.” The Long Economic and Political Shadow of History, volume 3 (edited by Stelios Michalopoulos and Elias Papaioannou), VOX E-book, 63-70.

Berman, Eli., Iannaccone, L. and Ragusa, G.  2018. “From empty pews to empty cradles: Fertility decline among European Catholics.” The Journal of Demographic Economics, 84 (2): 149-187.

Brosnan, Sarah F., Price, S., Leverett, K., Pretot, L., Beran, M. and Wilson, B. 2017. “Human and monkey responses in a symmetric game of conflict with asymmetric equilibria.” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 142: 293-306.

Broughton, John, and Lobo, B. 2017. “Equity duration and portfolio risk management.” Journal of Investing, 26 (3): 29-40.

Buchanan, Joy and Smith, V. “Who Benefits in capitalism?” Counting the Cost: Christian Perspectives of Capitalism, edited by Art Lindsey and Anna Bradley. Abilene, TX: Christain University press. With Joy Buchanan.

Burnham, Terence C. 2018. “Gender, Punishment, and Cooperation: Men Hurt Others to Advance Their Interests.” Socius, 4: 1-8.

Chu, Charlene 2018. “Psychological Ownership in Hoarding.” in J. Peck and SB Shu (Eds.), Psychological Ownership and Consumer Behavior, New York, NY: Springer. 135-144.

Corgnet, Brice, DeSantis, M. and Porter, D. 2018. “What Makes a Good Trader? On the Role of Intuition and Reflection on Trader Performance.” The Journal of Finance, 73 (3): 1113-1137.

Davis, Joseph and Weidenmier, M. 2017. "America's First Great Moderation." Journal of Economic History, 77 (4): 1116-1143.

Davis, Jing 2018. “Cooler Heads Prevail: An Experimental Study on the ‘Cooling’ Effect of the Strategy Method on Agent Resentment.” Theoretical Economics Letters, 8 (5): 854-860.

DeSantis, Mark and Porter, D. 2018. “The Effects of Make and Take Fees in Experimental Markets.” Experimental Economics, 1-19.

DeSantis, Mark, McCarter, M. and Winn, A. 2018. “Land Assembly with Taxes, Not Takings.” Applied Economics Letters

DeScioli, Peter. and Kimbrough, E. 2018. “Alliance Formation in a Side-taking Experiment.” Journal of Experimental Political Science, 1-18.

Gjerstad, Steven 2018. “Reorganization of failing financial firms: A Capital Structure Solution.” The Cato Journal.

Hajikhameneh, Aidin. and Kimbrough, E. 2017. “Individualism, collectivism, and trade.” Experimental Economics, 1-31.

Hurley-Hanson, Amy E. & Giannantonio, C.M. 2017. “LMX and Autism: Effective Working Relationships.” In T.A. Scandura & E. Mourino, (eds.) Leading Diversity in the 21st Century, Charlotte, NC: IAP.

Kathuria, Ravi 2017. "Competitive Priorities as Trade-offs or Mutually Supportive: A Glimpse from an Emerging Economy.” In Thakur, R, et al. (Editors) Management Practices for the New Economy, 1-6, Bloomsbury India. (Lead article)

Kimbrough, Erik O. and Smyth, A. 2018. “Testing the Boundaries of the Double Auction: The Effects of Complete Information and Market Power.” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 150: 372-396.

Kimbrough, Erik O., Robalino, N. and Robson, A. 2017. “Applying ‘theory of mind’: Theory and experiments.” Games and Economic Behavior, 106: 209-226.

Kimbrough, Erik O. and Vostroknutov, A. 2018. “A Portable Method of Eliciting Respect for Social Norms.” Economics Letters, 168: 147-150.

Kovenock, Dan and Roberson, B. 2018. “The Optimal Defense of Networks of Targets.” Economic Inquiry, 56 (4): 2195-2211.

Kuran, Timur and Rubin, J. 2018. “The Financial Power of the Powerless: Socio-Economic Status and Interest Rates under Weak Rule of Law.” The Economic Journal, 128: 758-796. (Related Press: The Independent; Science Daily; Duke Today; badcredit.org; podcast)

Lenski, Richard E., and Burnham, T. 2018. “Experimental Evolution of Bacteria Across 60,000 Generations, and What It Might Mean for Economics and Human Decision-Making.” Journal of Bioeconomics, 20 (1): 107-124.

Lin, Shengle, Pfeiffer, G., and Porter, D. 2017. “Accounting Standards and Financial Market Stability: An Experimental Examination.” The Economic Journal, 127: F545-F562.

Luciano, Elisa and Wihlborg, C. 2018. “Financial synergies and systemic risk in the organization of bank affiliates.” Journal of Banking & Finance, 88: 208-224.

Marcus, Mellissa, Burnham, T. C., Stephens, D. W. and Dunlap, A. 2018. “Experimental evolution of color preference for oviposition in Drosophila melanogaster.” Journal of Bioeconomics, 20 (1): 125-140.

McCarter, Matthew W., Wade-Benzoni, K., Fudge Kamal, D., Bang, H. M., Hyde, S. and Maredia, R. 2018. “Models of intragroup conflict in management: A literature review.” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 1-22.

Miklós-Thal, Jeanine, Raith, M. and Selove, M. 2018. “What Are We Really Good at? Product Strategy with Uncertain Capabilities.” Marketing Science, 37 (2): 177-331.

Morris, J. Jeffrey and Schniter, E. 2018. “Black Queen Markets: Commensalism, Dependency, and the Evolution of Cooperative Specialization in Human Society.” Journal of Bioeconomics, 20 (1): 69-105.

Murray, Noel, Manrai, A., and Manrai, L. (2017), “The Financial Services Industry and Society: The Role of Incentives/Punishments, Moral Hazard, and Conflicts of Interest in the 2008 Financial Crisis.” Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Science, 22 (43) 168-190.

Rietz, Thomas, Schniter, E., Sheremeta, R. and Shields, T. 2018. “Trust, Reciprocity, and Rules.” Economic Inquiry, 56 (3): 1526-1542.

Rubin, Jared. 2018. “Islamic Law and Economic Development.” Research Handbook on the History of Corporate Law (edited by Harwell Wells), Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 17-32.

Rubin, Jared, Sheremeta, R. and Samek, A. 2018. “Loss Aversion and the Quantity-Quality Trade-off.” Experimental Economics, 21 (2): 292-315.

Rubin, Jared. 2017. Rulers, Religion, and Riches: Why the West Got Rich and the Middle East Did Not, Cambridge University Press

Schniter, Eric, Wilcox, N., Beheim, B., Kaplan, H. and Gurven, M. 2018. “Information transmission and the oral tradition: Evidence of a late-life service niche for Tsimane Amerindians.” Evolution and Human Behavior, 39 (1): 94-105.

Sfeir, Raymond. “Chapman University Purchasing Managers Survey Results.” A. Gary Anderson Center for Economic Research Press Release, October 11, 2017.

Smith, Vernon. 2018. “Adam Smith, Scientist and Evolutionist: Modelling Other-Regarding Behavior Without Social Preferences.” Journal of Bioeconomics, 20(1): 7-21.

Toplansky, Marshall and Kotkin, J. 2018. “Orange County Focus: Forging Our Common Future.” Center for Demographics & Policy Research Brief.

Wihlborg, Clas 2017. “Too big to fail: Measures, remedies and consequences for efficiency and stability.” Financial Markets, Institutions & Instruments, 26(4), 175-245.

Wihlborg, Clas. 2018. “Systemic Risk and the Organization of the Financial System: Overview.” Journal of Financial Economic Policy, 10 (2): 202-212.

Wihlborg, Clas. 2019. “Trust in the Euro and Banking Union after Financial and Sovereign Crises.” in Engelbrekt, A.B., Michalski, A. and Oxelheim, L (eds), Trust in the EU in Challenging Times, Springer, 111-138.

Wilcox, Nathaniel T. 2017. “Random expected utility and certainty equivalents: mimicry of probability weighting functions.” Journal of the Economic Science Association, 3 (2): 161-173.

Winn, Abel and McCarter, M. 2018. “Who’s holding out? An experimental study of the benefits and burdens of eminent domain.” Journal of Urban Economics, 105: 176-185.

Academic Year 2016-17

Baker, Malcolm, Burnham, T., and Taliaferro, R. 2017. “Optimal Tilts: Combining Persistent Characteristic Portfolios.” Financial Analysts Journal, 73 (4): 75-89.

Broughton, John, and Lobo, B. “Herding and anchoring in macroeconomic forecasts: the case of the PMI.” Empirical Economics, 55 (3): 1337-1355.

Burnham, Terence C., Huang, S., and Lo, A. 2017. “Pricing for Survival in the Biopharma Industry: A Case Study of Acthar Gel and Questcor Pharmaceuticals.” Journal of Investment Management, 15 (4).

Burnham, Terence, Gakidis, H., and Wurgler, J. 2018 "Investing in the Presence of Massive Flows: The Case of MSCI Country Reclassifications." Financial Analysts Journal, 74 (1): 77-87.

Camera, Gabriele, and Casari, M. 2018. “Monitoring institutions in indefinitely repeated games.” Experimental Economics, 21 (3): 673-691.

Danaher Brett and Smith M.D. 2017. “Digital Piracy, Film Quality, and Social Welfare.” George Mason Law Review, 24 (4): 923-938.

Dehning, Bruce, Sinha, C. and Sinha, P. 2017. “Change in Earnings Quality Surrounding ERP Implementation.” Corporate Ownership and Control, 15 (1): 8-17.

Gaus, Gerald and Hankins, K. 2017. “Searching for the Ideal: The Fundamental Diversity Dilemma.” In K. Vallier and M. Weber (eds.) Political Utopias, New York: Oxford University Press, 175-202.

Kimbrough, Erik O., and Deck, C. 2017. “Experimenting with Contests for Experimentation.” Southern Economic Journal, 84 (2): 391-406.

Kimbrough, Erik O., Laughren, K. and Sheremeta, R. 2017. “War and Conflict in Economics: Theories, Applications and Recent Trends.” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Murray, Noel 2017, “GoT Belfast? How a Television Epic about a War-Torn Landwas Employed to Rebrand Northern Ireland.” Lead book chapter in Global Place Branding Campaigns across Cities, Regions, and Nations, 1-24.

Smith, Vernon "Collaboration and the Development of Experimental Economics: A Personal Perspective." Collaborative research in Economics, edited by M. Szenberg and L. Ramrattan. 305-319.

Smith, Vernon 2017. “Tribute to Sidney Siegel (1916-1961) A Founder of Experimental Economics.” Southern Economic Journal, 83 (3): 664-667.

Smith, Vernon and Wilson, B. 2017. Sentiments, Conduct, and Trust in the Laboratory.” Social Philosophy and Policy, 34(1): 25-55.

Wilson, Bart 2017. “How We Think about Economics.” Southern Economic Journal, 83(3): 655-657.