- There are none in the pipeline at the moment.
Reports for Government Departments
Recently published papers include
- Experimental Evidence on English Auctions:
oral outcry vs. clock with Ricardo Goncalves, Bulletin of Economic Research, 63, 2011, 313-352.
Strategies in Dynamic Decision Making - An Experimental Investigation of the Rationality of Decision Behaviour
with Julia Knoll, Journal of Economic Psychology, 32, 2011, 399-409.
- Mixture Models of Choice under Risk
with Anna Conte and Peter Moffatt, Journal of Econometrics, 162, 2011, 79-88.
On Choosing a Constitution with Carmen Pasca, Applied Economics Letters, 2011.
- Dynamic Decision Making: What Do People Do?
with Luca Panaccione, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 2011, 42, 85-123.
- Hey J D, Neugebauer T M and Pasca C, "Georges-Louis Leclerc de Buffon's 'Essays on Moral Arithmetic", in
The Selten School of Behavioral Economics, edited by Ockenfels A and Sadrieh A, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2010.
- Are Revealed Intentions Possible?, Review of Economics and Business Studies , 2010, 3, 73-92.
The Descriptive and Predictive Adequacy of Theories of Decision Making Under Uncertainty/Ambiguity
with Gianna Lotito and Anna Maffioletti Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 2010, 41, 81-111. Please note the
Corrigendum to this paper, inspired by comments from Peter Wakker.
An Experimental Analysis of Optimal Renewable Resource Management: The Fishery
with Tibor Neugabauer and Karim Sadrieh, Environmental and Resource Economics, 2009, 44, 263-285.
Noise and Bias in Eliciting Preferences
with Andrea Morone and Ulrich Schmidt, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty.
- Naive, Resolute or Sophisticated?
with Gianna Lotito (now published
in the Journal of Risk and Uncertainty). There is also a
Technical Appendix .
- Jekyll and Hyde with Marie-Edith Bissey and Stefania Ottone
(now published in Applied Economics Letters).
There is also a technical appendix.
- Do People Plan?
with John Bone and John Suckling, now published in
Experimental Economics .
- Comparing Theories: What are We Looking for?, Advances in Public Economics:
Utility, Choice and Welfare - A Festschrift in Honour of Christian Seidl, Schmidt U. and Traub, S. (eds), Kluwer.)
Do Subjects Separate (or Are They Sophisticated)?
with Jinkwon Lee, Experimental Economics 8, 233-265, 2005.
Why We Should Not Be Silent About Noise,
Experimental Economics, 8, 325-345, 2005.
Are Preference Reversals Errors? An Experimental Investigation
with Ulrich Schmidt
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 29, 207-218, 2003.
Do Subjects Separate Remember the Past? with Jinkwon Lee,
Applied Economics, 37, 9-18, 2005.
Do Markets Drive out Lemmings (or Vice Versa)?
with Andrea Morone. This is an electronic version of an article published in Economica.
Complete citation information for the final version of the paper,
as published in the print edition of Economica,
is available on the Blackwell Synergy online delivery service,
accessible via the journalís website
or Blackwell's site.
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