Biography

Abhijit RAMALINGAM is a Lecturer in Economics. His doctoral work was completed at Indiana University, Bloomington. Previously, he got a BA and MA from the University of Delhi and an MA from the George Washington University. His research interests include employment contracts and behavioural and experimental economics. His theoretical work focuses on the impact of social preferences such as concerns for status and work ethic on contracts and outcomes in a firm. His recent experimental work investigates the influence of relative comparisons on the behaviour of individuals. Currently, he is working on experimentally investigating the impact of different network structures on contributions in public goods games. 

 

Academic Background

Abhijitis a Lecturer in Economics. His doctoral work was completed at Indiana University Bloomington. Previously, he got a BA and MA from the University of Delhi and an MA from the George Washington University.

 

Research

His research interests include employment contracts and behavioural and experimental economics. His theoretical work focuses on the impact of social preferences such as concerns for status and work ethic on contracts and outcomes in a firm. His recent experimental work investigates the influence of relative comparisons on the behaviour of individuals. Currently, he is working on experimentally investigating the impact of different network structures on contributions in public goods games. 

 

For more information about Abhijit, go to his personal website.

All Publications

M. Chowdhury, S., Jeon, J. Y., Ramalingam, A.

(2017)

Property Rights and Loss Aversion in Contests,

in Economic Inquiry

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Hargreaves-Heap, S., Ramalingam, A., Rojo Arjona, D.

(2017)

Social information ‘nudges’: an experiment with multiple group references,

in Southern Economic Journal

84

(1)

pp. 348–365

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Modak Chowdhury, S., Jeon, J. Y., Ramalingam, A.

(2016)

Identity and group conflict,

in European Economic Review

90

pp. 107–121

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Ramalingam, A., Godoy, S., Morales, A. J., Walker, J. M.

(2016)

An individualistic approach to institution formation in public good games,

in Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization

129

pp. 18–36

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Hargreaves Heap, S. P., Ramalingam, A., Stoddard, B. V.

(2016)

Endowment inequality in public goods games: A re-examination,

in Economics Letters

146

pp. 4-7

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Saaksvuori, L., Ramalingam, A.

(2015)

Bargaining under Surveillance: Evidence from a Three-Person Ultimatum Game,

in Journal of Economic Psychology

51

pp. 66-78

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Hargreaves Heap, S. P., Ramalingam, A., Ramalingam, S., Stoddard, B. V.

(2015)

‘Doggedness’ or ‘disengagement’?: An experiment on the effect of inequality in endowment on behaviour in team competitions,

in Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization

120

pp. 80-93

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Leibbrandt, A., Ramalingam, A., Sääksvuori, L., Walker, J. M.

(2015)

Incomplete Punishment Networks in Public Goods Games: Experimental Evidence,

in Experimental Economics

18

(1)

pp. 15-37

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Ramalingam, A.

(2014)

On the value of relative comparisons in firms,

in Economics Letters

124

(3)

pp. 446-448

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Ramalingam, A.

(2014)

On the Value of Relative Comparisons in Firms,

in Economics Letters

124

(3)

pp. 446-448

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Ramalingam, A.

(2012)

The relevance of irrelevant information in the dictator game,

in Economics Bulletin

32

(1)

pp. 746-754

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Ramalingam, A., Rauh, M.

(2010)

The Firm as a Socialization Device,

in Management Science

56

(12)

pp. 2191-2206

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