Working Papers Working Papers

The School of Economics Working Paper Series disseminates research output in all fields of Economics. Launched in 2015 the Working Paper Series aims to facilitate and accelerate public access to research undertaken in the School. Members of the School also publicise their works in the ESRC Centre for Competition Policy Working Papers Series, the Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science Working Papers Series, and, previously, the Applied and Financial Economics Working Paper Series (discontinued).

School of Economics Working Papers Series

Number Title Authors

Gustavo Fruet Dias (University of East Anglia

Marcelo Fernandes (Sao Paolo School of Economics)

Cristina Mabel Scherrer (University of East Anglia)

2019-01 Pushing One’s Luck: Petroleum ownership and discoveries

Christa N. Brunnschweiler (University of East Anglia)

Steven Poelhekke (University of Auckland, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Tinbergen Institute)

2018-06 Communication as Gift-Exchange

Mark T Le Quement (University of East Anglia)

Amrish Patel (University of East Anglia)

2018-05 ‘Please in My Back Garden’: When Neighbours Compete in the Provision of Local Environmental Public Goods

Mike Brock (University of East Anglia)

Grischa Perino (University of Hamburg

Bob Sugden (University of East Anglia)

2018-04 Is the Monster Green-Eyed, or just Green? Assessing the Impact of Group Cohesion and Environmental Attitudes on Energy Conservation Habits Mike Brock (University of East Anglia
2018-03 Park Life: Assessing the need to Understand User Group Needs when Balancing Commercial Enterprise with Biodiversity Conservation

Mike Brock (University of East Anglia)

Joel Russell (University of East Anglia)

2018-02 Hey, Big Saver? Exploring the Best Conditions to Facilitate Energy-Conservation Behaviour

Mike Brock (University of East Anglia)

Natalia Borzino (ETH Zurich)

2018-01 Guilt and Participation

Amrish Patel (University of East Anglia)

Alec Smith (Virginia Tech University)

2017-07 Coordination via Redistribution

Andrea Martinangeli (Max Planck Institute for Tax and Public Finance)

Peter Martinsson (University of Gothenburg; Linköping University)

Amrish Patel (University of East Anglia)

2017-06 Current Account Dynamics and the Real Exchange Rate: Disentangling the Evidence

Matthieu Bussiere (Banque de France)

Aikaterini Karadimitropoulou (Bank of Greece and School of Economics, University of East Anglia)

Miguel A. León-Ledesma (University of Kent)


Advanced Economies and Emerging Markets: Dissecting the Drivers of Business Cycle Synchronization

Aikaterini Karadimitropoulou (Bank of Greece and School of Economics, University of East Anglia)
2017-04 Wealth Creation, Wealth Dilution
and Population Dynamics

Christa N. Brunnschweiler (University of East Anglia)

Pietro F Peretto (Duke University)

Simone Valente (University of East Anglia)

2017-03 Humans reciprocate intentional
harm by discriminating against
group peers

David Hugh-Jones (University of East Anglia)

Itay Ron

Ro'i Zultan (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)

2017-02 Where do fairness preferences come from? Norm
transmission in a teen friendship network

David Hugh-Jones (University of East Anglia)

Jinnie Ooi 


Estimating Demand for Reliable Piped-Water Services in Urban Ghana: An Application of Competing Valuation Approaches.

Anthony Amoah (Central University, Accra-Ghana)
Peter G Moffatt (University of East Anglia)

2016-12 Co-Financing Agreements and Reciprocity: When 'No Deal' is a Good Deal

Dooseok Jang (Korea Advances Institute of Science and Technology)
Amrish Patel (University of East Anglia)
Martin Dufwenberg (University of Arizona and University of Gothenburg)


Electoral Incentives and Firm Behavior: Evidence from U.S. Power Plant Pollution Abatement

Matthew Doyle (Colorado School of Mines)
Corrado Di Maria (University of East Anglia) 
Ian Lange (Colorado School of Mines) 
Emiliya Lazarova (University of East Anglia)


The Illicit Benefits of Local Party Alignment in National Elections

Oana Borcan (University of East Anglia)


Inducing stability in hedonic games 

Dinko Dimitrov (Saarland University)
Emiliya A Lazarova (University of East Anglia)

Shao-Chin Sung (Aoyama Gakuin University)


Does migration affect tax revenue in Europe?

Liliana Harding (University of East Anglia) and Mihai Mutascu (LEO and West University of Timisoara)


Model Selection with Factors and Variables

Jack Fosten (University of East Anglia)


Nowcasting Indian GCP

Daniela Bragoli (Università Cattolica) and Jack Fosten (University of East Anglia)


Forecast Evaluation with Factor-Augmented models

Jack Fosten (University of East Anglia)


Mellowing with tenure? Socialization increases prosocial behavior in public organizations

Sheheryar Banuri (University of East Anglia) and Philip Keefer (Inter-American Development Bank)


Generalized additive modelling of the repayment performance of Korean borrowers

Young Ah Kim (University of Essex) and Peter G. Moffatt (University of East Anglia)


What drives structural transformation in sub-Saharan Africa?

Justice Tei Mensah (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences), George Adu (The Nordic Africa Institute), Anthony Amoah (University of East Anglia), Kennedy Kwabena Abrokwa (Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration), Joseph Adu (University of Professional Studies, Accra-Ghana)


A Coefficient of Risk Vulnerability 

Philomena M. Bacon (Aviva UK & Ireland), Anna Conte (University of Westminster) and Peter G. Moffatt (University of East Anglia)


Linking Individual and Collective Contests through Noise Level and Sharing Rules

Pau Balart (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), Subhasish M. Chowdhury (University of East Anglia) and Orestis Troumpounis (Lancaster University)


Income and armed civil conflict: An instrumental variables approach

Christa Brunnschweiler (University of East Anglia) and Päivi Lujala (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)


"Small, yet Beautiful": reconsidering the Optimal Design of Multi-winner Contests

Subhasish M. Chowdhury (University of East Anglia) and Sang-Hyun Kim (University of East Anglia)


Why are heterogeneous communities inefficient? Theory, history and an experiment

David Hugh-Jones (University of East Anglia) and Carlo Perroni (University of Warwick)


The impact of group identity on coalition formation

Denise Laroze (University of Essex), David Hugh-Jones (University of East Anglia) and Arndt Leininger (Hertie School of Governance)


Ways to measure honesty: a new experiment and two questionnaires

David Hugh-Jones (University of East Anglia)


Honesty and beliefs about honesty in 15 countries

David Hugh-Jones (University of East Anglia)