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+ - 2019

Thrasher, John. Forthcoming. “Agreeing to Disagree: Diversity, Political Contractualism, and the Open Society.” The Journal of Politics

Thrasher, John. Forthcoming. “Self-Ownership as Personal Sovereignty". Social Philosophy & Policy.

Thrasher, John. 2019. “Democracy Unchained: Contractualism, Individualism, and Independence in Buchanan’s Democratic Theory.” Homo Oeconomicus. 

Handfield, Toby and John Thrasher. 2019. “Two of a Kind: Are Norms of Honor a Species of Morality?” Biology & Philosophy 34(3).

McDavid, Brennan (2019). “On Why the City of Pigs and Clocks are Not Just.” Journal of the History of Philosophy, forthcoming.

Thrasher, John. 2019. “Constructivism, Representation, and Stability: Path-Dependence in Public Reason Theories of Justice.” Synthese, 196(1): 429:450.

Akbari, Masha, Duman Bahrami-Rad, and Erik O. Kimbrough. “Kinship, Fractionalization and Corruption.” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. Forthcoming.

Pickup, Mark, Erik O. Kimbrough, and Eline de Rooij. "Identity and the Self-Reinforcing Effect of Norm Compliance.” Southern Economic Journal. Forthcoming.

Hajikhameneh, Aidin and Erik O. Kimbrough. “Individualism, Collectivism and Trade.” 2019. Experimental Economics. 22(2): 294-324.

Deck, C., Wilson, B.J. (2019). Auctions in near-continuous timeExperimental Economics, 1-17.

Smith, M.F., Leverett, K.L., Wilson, B.J., Brosnan, S.F. (2019). Capuchin monkeys (Sapajus [Cebus] apella) play Nash equilibria in dynamic games, but their decisions are likely not influenced by oxytocinAmerican Journal of Primatology

Kimbrough, E.O., Sheremeta, R.M. (2019). Theories of Conflict and WarJournal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 159 (C), 384-387.

+ - 2018

Fatas, Enrique, Shaun Hargreaves- Heap, and David Rojo-Arjona (2018). Preference Conforminsm: An Experiment. European Economic Review, 105: 71-82.

Kaplan, Hillard S., Eric Schniter, Vernon L. Smith, and Bart J. Wilson (2018). Experimental Tests of the Tolerated Theft and Risk-Reduction Theories of Resource ExchangeNature Human Behaviour, 2(6): 383–388.

Thrasher, John and Toby Handflied. 2018. “Honor and Violence: An Account of Feuds, Duels, and Honor Killings.” Human Nature 29(4).

Thrasher John, and Kevin Vallier. 2018. “Political Stability in the Open Society.” American Journal of Political Science. 62(2):398-409.

Thrasher, John. 2018. “Evaluating Bad Norms.” Social Philosophy & Policy. 35(1).

van der Vossen, Bas (2018). “Libertarianism,” The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Edward N. Zalta (ed.), URL = <https://plato.stanford.edu/archives/fall2018/entries/libertarianism/>

Brennan, Jason, Bas Van der Vossen, and David Schmidtz (Eds.). (2018). The Routledge Handbook of Libertarianism. New York, NY: Routledge Press. 

Kaplan, Hillard S., Eric Schniter, Vernon L. Smith, and Bart J. Wilson (2018). “Experimental Tests of the Tolerated Theft and Risk-Reduction Theories of Resource Exchange,” Nature Human Behaviour, 2(6): 383–388.

Freeman, David, Erik O. Kimbrough, Garrett Petersen, and Hanh Tong. “Instructions.” 2018. Journal of the Economic Science Association. 4(2): 165-179.

Wilson, B. J. (2018). On Private Governance. Review of Austrian Economics, 31(2), 231-234

 Kaplan, H., Schniter, E., Smith, V., Wilson, B. (2018) "Experimental tests of the tolerated theft and risk-reduction theories of resource exchange," Nature Human Behavior, 2, 383-388.

 Smith, V., Wilson, B. (2018) "Equilibrium play in voluntary ultimatum games: Beneficence cannot be extorted," Games and Economic Behavior, 109, 452-464

+ - 2017

Osborn, Jan, Bart J. Wilson and Gus P. Gradinger (2017). Commerce Unbound: A Modern Promethean Story. Annual Proceedings of the Wealth and Well-being of Nations, 9: 57-72. https://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2859643

Gaus, Jerry and Keith Hankins (2017). Searching for the Ideal: The Fundamental Diversity Dilemma. In K. Vallier and M. Weber (Eds.), Political Utopias (pp. 175-201). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Kimbrough, Erik O., Nikolaus Robalino and Arthur J. Robson (2017). Applying 'Theory of Mind': Theory and Experiments. Games and Economic Behavior, 106: 209-226. doi:10.1016/j.geb.2017.10.008

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

Tesón, Fernando and Bas Van der Vossen (2017). Debating Humanitarian Intervention: Should We Try to Save Strangers? New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

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

Wilson, B. J. (2017). How we think about economics. Southern Economic Journal, 83(3), 655-657

Wilson, Bart J. and Samuel R. Harris (2017). Language and Cooperation in Hominin Scavenging. Evolution and Human Behavior, 38(3): 376-396.

Kimbrough, Erik O., Kevin Laughren and Roman M. Sheremeta. 2017. “War and Conflict in Economics: Theories, Applications, and Recent Trends.” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. In Press.

Kimbrough, E., Smyth, A. (2017). "Testing the boundaries of the double auction: The effects of complete information and market power," Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization

 

+ - 2016

Hankins, Keith (2016). Adam Smith's Intriguing Solution to the Problem of Moral Luck. Ethics, 126 (3): 711 - 746.

Kimbrough, Erik O. and Alexander Vostroknutov (2016). Norms Make Preferences Social. Journal of the European Economic Association, 14(3): 608-638.

Jaworski, Taylor A. and Erik O. Kimbrough (2016). Bubbles, Crashes and Endogenous Uncertainty in Linked Asset and Product Markets. International Economic Review, 57(1): 155-176.

Smith, Vernon L. (2016). Adam Smith and Experimental Economics: Sentiments to Wealth. In R. Hanley (Ed.), Adam Smith: His Life, Thought, and Legacy (pp. 262-280). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Thrasher, John (2016). The Ethics of Legislative Vote Trading. Political Studies, 64(3): 614-629.

Van der Vossen, Bas (2016). Uncertain Rights Against Defense. Social Philosophy and Policy, 32: 129-145.

Van der Vossen, Bas (2016). Self-Determination and Moral Variation. In F. Tesón (Ed.), The Theory of Self-Determination (ASIL Studies in International Legal Theory, pp. 13-31). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/CBO9781316340639.002

+ - 2015

Hankins, Keith and John Thrasher (2015). When Justice Demands Inequality. Journal of Moral Philosophy, 12 (2): 172 – 194.

Hankins, Keith (2015). (Dissertation) Embracing Moral Luck:  Accidents, Apologies, and the Foundations of Social Cooperation.

Osborn, Jan, Bart J. Wilson and Bradley R. Sherwood (2015). Conduct in Narrativized Trust Games. Southern Economic Journal, 81(3): 562-597.

Osborn, Jan (2015). Community Colleges and First-Generation Students: Academic Discourse in the Writing ClassroomNew York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Smith, Vernon (2015). Discovery Processes, Science, and 'Knowledge-how:' Competition as a Discovery Procedure in the Laboratory. The Review of Austrian Economics, 28(3): 237-245.

Smith, Vernon (2015). Adam Smith: Homo Socialis, Yes; Social Preferences, No; Reciprocity Was to Be Explained. Review of Behavioral Economics, 2(1-2): 183-193. 

Smith, Vernon (2015). Conduct, Rules and the Origins of Institutions. Journal of Institutional Economics, 11(3): 481-483. 

Thrasher, John and Kevin Vallier (2015). The Fragility of Consensus: Public Reason, Stability, and Diversity. The European Journal of Philosophy, 23(4): 933-954.

Van der Vossen, Bas (2015). Imposing Duties and Original Appropriation. Journal of Political Philosophy, 23: 64-85.

Wilson, Bart J. (2015). Humankind in Civilization's Extended Order: A Tragedy, The First Part. Supreme Court Economic Review, 23(1): 35-58.

Wilson, B.J. (2015). "Further towards a theory of the emergence of property," Public Choice 163: 201

Kimbrough, E. and Rubin, J. (2015). “Sustaining Group Reputation,” Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, 31(3): 599-628

Kimbrough, E., Rubin, J., Sheremeta, R., and Shields, T. (2015). “Commitment Problems in Conflict Resolution,” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 112: pp. 33-45

Smith, V.L. (2015). "Conduct, rules and the origins of institutions," Journal of Institutional Economics, Vol. 11, Issue 03, pp 481-483.

Smith, V.L. (2015). "Adam Smith: Homo Socialis, Yes; Social Preferences, No; Reciprocity Was to Be Explained", Review of Behavioral Economics: Vol. 2: No. 1-2, pp 183-193