2018 Publications 2018 Publications

Barr, A., Dekker, M., Janssen, W., Kebede, K., and Kramer, B. (2018) “Cooperation in polygynous households”, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 

Belton, C. A., Sugden, R. (2018) “Attention and Novelty: An Experimental Investigation of Order Effects in Multiple Valuation Tasks”, Journal of Economic Psychology, vol 67, 103-115. 

Cilliers, J., Kasirye, J., Leaver, C., Serneels, P., Zeitlin, A. (2018): ”Pay for locally monitored performance? A welfare analysis for teacher attendance in Uganda primary schools”, Journal of Public Economics, vol 167, 69-90. 

Cooper, D. and Sutter, M. (2018) “Endogenous role assignment and team performance”, International Economic Review, vol 59, no 3, 1547-1569. [https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/iere.12313]

D'Exelle B, Coleman E, Lopez, MC (2018) “Community-driven reconstruction in Colombia: An experimental study of collective action beyond program beneficiaries”, World Development 101, 188-201 

Campos, R., Leon, F., McQuillin, B. (2018) “Lost in the storm: The academic collaborations that went missing in Hurricane Issac”, The Economic Journal, Volume 128, Issue 610, p. 995-1018. 

Koch, C. and Penczynski, S. (2018) “The winner's curse: Conditional reasoning and belief formation”, Journal of Economic Theory, Volume 174, p. 57-102. 

Osborne, M, D'Exelle, B, Verschoor, A (2018). “Truly reconciled? A dyadic analysis of post-conflict social reintegration in Northern Uganda”, Journal of Peace Research, Volume 55, issue  1, p. 107-121. 

Poulsen, O., Saral, K. J. (2018) “Coordination and focality under gain-loss framing: Experimental evidence”, Economics Letters, Volume 164, p. 75-78 

Ramalingam, A., Morales, A. and Walker, J. M. (2018) "Varying experimental instructions to improve comprehension: punishment in public goods games", Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Volume 73, p. 66-73.

Serneels, P. and Lievens, T. (2018): “Microeconomic Institutions for Health Care Delivery”, Human Resources for Health, Volume 16, Issue 7. 

Sugden, R., Zheng, J. (2018) “Do consumers take advantage of common pricing standards? An experimental investigation”, Management Science, Volume 64, issue 5, p. 2126-2143 

Sugden, R. (2018) “`Better off, as judged by themselves’: A reply to Cass Sunstein”, International Review of Economics, Volume 65, Issue 1, pp. 9–13 [Sugden, R. (2018) “`Better off, as judged by themselves’: A reply to Cass Sunstein”, International Review of Economics, Volume 65, Issue 1, pp. 9–13

Sugden, R. The Community of Advantage: A Behavioural Economist’s Defence of the Market, Oxford University Press, 2018.

Vermue, M., Seger, C., Sanfey, A. (2018) “Group-based biases influence learning about individual trustworthiness”, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Volume 77, p. 36-49.

Jang, D., Patel, A, Dufwenberg, M. (2018): “Agreements with reciprocity: Co-financing and MOUs”, Games and Economic Behavior, 111, p. 85-99.

Campos, R., Leon, F, McQuillin, B (2018) “Lost in the storm: The academic collaborations that went missing in Hurricane Issac”, The Economic Journal, Volume 128, Issue 610, p. 995-1018. 

Osborne, M, D'Exelle, B, and Verschoor, A (2018). “Truly reconciled? A dyadic analysis of post-conflict social reintegration in Northern Uganda”, Journal of Peace Research, Volume 55, Issue  1, p. 107-121.

Poulsen, O, Saral, K J (2018) “Coordination and focality under gain-loss framing: Experimental evidence”, Economics Letters, Volume 164, p. 75-78. 

Ramalingam, A, Morales, A, and Walker, J M (2018) "Varying experimental instructions to improve comprehension: punishment in public goods games", Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Volume 73, p. 66-73.

Sugden, R, Zheng, J, (2018) “Do consumers take advantage of common pricing standards? An experimental investigation”, Management Science, Volume 64, issue 5, p. 2126-2143