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2020

20-38 Sontuoso, A. & Bhatia, S. ”Notion of Prominence for Games with Natural-Language Labels”

20-37 Liu, H., Gómez-Miñambres, J., Qi, D. “Menu-Dependent Food Choices and Food Waste”

20-36 Aycinena, D. Blazsek, S., E., Rentschler, L., Sprenger, C. “Intertemporal Choice Experiments and Large-Stakes Behavior”

20-35 Campbell, M.J. & Smith, V.L. “An Elementary Humanomics Approach to Boundedly Rational Quadratic Models”

20-34 Walker, M.J., Katok, E., Jason Shachat, J. “Trust and Trustworthiness in Procurement Contracts with Retainage”

20-33 Shachat, J, Walker, M.J., Wei, L. “The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on economic behaviours and preferences: Experimental evidence from Wuhan”

20-32 Sheremeta, R.M. & Uler, N. “The Impact of Taxes and Wasteful Government Spending on Giving”

20-31 Schniter, E., Macfarlan, S. J., Garcia, J. J., et al. “Age Appropriate Wisdom? Ethnobiological Knowledge Ontogeny in Pastoralist Mexican Choyeros”

20-30 Gjerstad, S. & Molle, A. “Comorbidity Factors Influence COVID-19 Mortality Much More than Age”

20-29 Alekseev, A. “The Economics of Babysitting a Robot”

20-28 Smith, V. L. "Trust, reciprocity, and social history: New pathways of learning when max U (own reward) fails decisively"

20-27 Corgnet, B., Deck, C., DeSantis, M., & Porter, D. “Forecasting Skills in Experimental Markets: Illusion or Reality?

20-26 Aycinena, D., Elbittar, A., Gomberg, A., & Rentschler, L. “Does free information provision crowd out costly information acquisition? It’s a matter of timing”

20-25 Bejarano, H., Gillet, J., & Rodriguez-Lara, I. "Trust and Trustworthiness After Negative Random Shocks"

20-24 Beverelli, C. & Ticku, R. "Trade Facilitation and Tariff Evasion"

20-23 Sontuoso, A., Bicchieri, C., Funcke, A., & Hart, E. "Strategic Problems with Risky Prospects"

20-22 Becker, S., Rubin, R., & Woessmann, L. "Religion in Economic History: A Survey"

20-21 Deck, C. & Tracy, D. “Competition and Coming Clean”

20-20 Morales, A.J. & Rodriguez-Lara, I. "An experiment on the Neolithic agricultural revolution. Causes and impact on inequality”

20-19 Inoua, S. & Smith, V.L. “Classical versus Neoclassical Equilibrium Discovery Processes in Market Supply and Demand Theory”

20-18 Corgnet, B., DeSantis, M., & Porter, D. "Information aggregation and the cognitive make-up of traders"

20-17 Cabrales, A., Clots-Figueras, I., Hernán-González, R., & Kujal, P. “Institutions, opportunism and prosocial behavior: Some experimental evidence”

20-16 Berman, N., Couttenier, M., Monnet, N., & Ticku, R. “Shutdown Policies and Worldwide Conflict”

20-15 Guo, Y., Shachat, J., Walker, M.J. & Wei, L. “Viral Social Media Videos Can Raise Pro-Social Behaviours When an Epidemic Arises”

20-14 Neugebauer, T., Shachat, J., & Szymczak, W. “A test of the Modigliani-Miller theorem, dividend policy and algorithmic arbitrage in experimental asset markets”

20-13 Ticku, R. & Venkatesh, R.S. “Identity Politics, Clientelism, and Public Goods Provision: Theory and Evidence”

20-12 Cornet, B., DeSantis, M., & Porter, D. "Let's Chat... When Communication Promotes Efficiency in Experimental Asset Markets" 

20-11 Inoua, S.M. & Smith, V.L. "The Classical Theory of Supply and Demand"

20-10 Inoua, S.M. & Smith, V.L. "Adam Smith's Theory of Value: A Mathematical Statement of his Market Price Discovery Process"

20-09 Brokesova, Z., Deck, C., & Peliova, J. “An Experimental Comparison of News Vending and Price Gouging”

20-08 Ghazi, S. & Schneider, M. "An Empirical Study of the Sentiment Capital Asset Pricing Model"

20-07 Schneider, M., Deck, C., & DeJarnette, P. "Categorical Salience Theory"

20-06 Schneider, M.A. & Nunez, M.A. "A Capital Asset Pricing Model with Market Sentiment"

20-05 Corgnet, B., Gunia, B., & Hernán González, R. "Harnessing the Power of Social Incentives to Curb Shirking in Teams"

20-04 Corgnet, B., Gaechter, S., & Hernán González, R. "Working too much for too little: Stochastic Rewards cause Work Addiction"

20-03 Corgnet, B., Deck, C., DeSantis, M., Hampton, K., & E.O. Kimbrough “Reconsidering Rational Expectations and the Aggregation of Diverse Information in Laboratory Security Markets”

20-02 Civelli, A., Deck, C., & Tutino, A. “Rationally Inattentive Savers and Monetary Policy Changes: A Laboratory Experiment”

20-01 Kovenock, D & Lu, J. “All Pay Quality-Bids in Score Procurement Auctions”

2019

19-34 Hudja, S., Roberson, B., & Rosokha, Y. "Public Leaderboard Feedback in Sampling Competition: An Experimental Investigation"

19-33 Inoua, S. “News-driven Expectations and Volatility Clustering”

19-32 Charness, G. & Sontuoso, A. “The Doors of Perception”

19-31 List, J.A., Murphy, J.J., Price, M.K., James, A.G. “Do Appeals to Donor Benefits Raise More Money than Appeals to Recipient Benefits? Evidence from a Natural Field Experiment with Pick.Click.Give.”

19-30 Corgnet, B., Gunia, B. & Hernán González “Harnessing the Power of Social Incentives to Curb Shirking in Teams”

19-29 Ewerhart, C. & Kovenock, D. "A Class of N-Player Colonel Blotto Games with Multidimensional Private Information"

19-28 Camera, G. & Gioffré, A. "Cooperation in Indefinitely Repeated Helping Games: Existence and Characterization"

19-27 Schneider, M. & Stephenson, D.G. “Price Signaling and Bargains in Markets with Partially Informed Populations”

19-26 Bejarano, H., Corgnet, B., & Gómez-Miñambres, J. “Labor Contracts, Gift-Exchange and Reference Wages: Your Gift Need Not Be Mine!”

19-25 Camera, G., Hohl, L., & Weder, R. “Breaking Up: Experimental Insights into Economic (Dis)Integration”

19-24 Gómez-Miñambres, J., Schniter, E., & Shields, T.W. “Investment Choice Architecture in Trust Games: When “All-in” Is Not Enough”

19-23 Fan, J., Gómez-Miñambres, J., & Smithers, S. “Make it too Difficult and I’ll Give-Up; Let me Succeed and I’ll Excel: The Interaction between Assigned and Personal Goals”

19-22 Ezquerra, L. & Kujal, P. "Deciding to Delegate: On Distributional Consequences of Endogenous Delegation"

19-21 Alekseev, A. “Give Me a Challenge or Give Me a Raise”

19-20 Majerczyk, M., Sheremeta, R., & Tian, Y. “Adding Tournament to Tournament: Combining Between-Team and Within-Team Incentives”

19-19 Jacquemety, N., James, A., Luchini, S., Murphy, J., & Shogren, J.F. “Lying and Shirking Under Oath”

19-18 Chávez, C.A., Murphy, J.J., & Stranlund, J.K. “Co-enforcement of Common Pool Resources: Experimental Evidence from TURFs in Chile”

19-17 Sheremeta, R.M. “The Attack and Defense Games”

19-16 Tracy, J.D., Kaplan, H., James, K.A., & Rassenti, S.J. “An Experimental Investigation of
Health Insurance Policy and Behavior”

19-15 Inoua, S.M. & Smith, V.L. "Classical Economics: Lost and Found"

19-14 Smith, V.L. & Inoua, S.M. "Cournot Marked the Turn from Classical to Neoclassical Thinking"

19-13 O’Garra, T., Capraro, V., & Kujal, P. “The Effect of Social Information in the Dictator Game with a Taking Option”

19-12 Boel, P. & Camera, G. "Monetary Equilibrium and the Cost of Banking Activity”

19-11 Corgnet, B., Deck, C., DeSantis, M., Hampton, K., & Kimbrough, E.O. "Reconsidering Rational Expectations and the Aggregation of Diverse Information in Laboratory Security Markets"

19-10 Mehmood, S. & Seror, A. "The Political Economy of Foreign Aid and Growth:
Theory and Evidence"

19-09 Camera, G., Deck, C., & Porter, D. "Do Economic Inequalities Affect Long-Run Cooperation & Prosperity?"

19-08 Schneider, M. & Leland, J. "Salience and Social Choice"

19-07 Boerner, L., Rubin, J., & Severgnini, B. "A Time to Print, a Time to Reform"

19-06 Deck, C., Servátka, M., & Tucker, S. "Designing Call Auction Institutions to Eliminate Price Bubbles: Is English Dutch the Best?"

19-05 Kovenock, D. & Rojo Arjona, D. "A Full Characterization of Best-Response Functions in the Lottery Colonel Blotto Game"

19-04 Camera, G., Goldberg, D., & Weiss, A. "Endogenous Market Formation and Monetary Trade: an Experiment"

19-03 Schneider, M. "A Bias Aggregation Theorem"

19-02 Miñambres, J. G. & Schneider, M. "Carrots and Sticks: Optimal Contracting with Skewness Preference and Ambiguity Aversion"

19-01 Bigoni, M., Camera, G., & Casari, M. "Cooperation Among Strangers With and Without a Monetary System"