Editor: Martin Dufwenberg
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17-01 Waiting on the Courts: Effects of Policy Uncertainty on Pollution and Investment. Jackson Dorsey
Original Version, January 2017
17-02 From Gallons to Miles: A Disaggregate Analysis of Automobile Travel and Externality Taxes. Ashley Langer; Vikram Maheshri; Clifford Winston
17-03 For Whom to Tweet? Evidence from a Large-Scale Social Media Platform. Zaiyan Wei; Mo Xiao
17-04 Managing Climate Change Under Uncertainty: Recursive Integrated Assessment at an Inflection Point. Derek Lemoine; Ivan Rudik
17-05 Market Dynamics and Investment in the Electricity Sector. Joseph Cullen; Stanley Reynolds
17-06 The Effect of Collusion on Efficiency in Experimental Auctions. Charles N. Noussair; Gyula Seres
17-07 Does Reciprocity Persist Over Time? Nickolas Gagnon; Charles N. Noussair
17-08 Symmetric n-Player Games. Asaf Plan
17-09 Comparative statics in symmetric, concave games. Asaf Plan
17-10 Innovation-Led Transitions in Energy Supply. Derek Lemoine
Original Version, May 2017
16-02 Heterogeneity of beliefs and trade in experimental asset markets. Tim A. Carle; Yaron Lahav; Tibor Neugebauer; Charles Noussair
16-03 King of the Hill: Giving Backward Induction its Best Shot. Martin Dufwenberg; Matt Van Essen
16-04 Banking on Reciprocity: Deposit Insurance and Insolvency. Martin Dufwenberg; David Rietzke
16-05 Lies in Disguise - A Theoretical Analysis of Cheating. Martin Dufwenberg, Jr.; Martin Dufwenberg, Sr.
16-06 Co-Financing Agreements and Reciprocity: When 'No Deal' is a Good Deal. Dooseok Jang; Amrish Patel; Martin Dufwenberg
15-01 The Climate Risk Premium. Derek Lemoine
15-02 Age and Perspective: Dynamic Consistency With Time-Varying Discount Rates. Derek Lemoine
15-03 Frustration and Anger in Games. Pierpaolo Battigalli; Martin Dufwenberg; Alec Smith
15-03 Supplementary Appendix
15-04 Energy Transitions: Directed Technical Change Meets Directed Extraction. Derek Lemoine
14-01 Price Caps, Oligopoly, and Entry. Stanley Reynolds; David Rietzke
14-02 Steering the Climate System: Using Inertia to Lower the Cost of Policy. Derek Lemoine; Ivan Rudik
14-03 General Equilibrium Rebound from Energy Efficiency Policies. Derek Lemoine
14-04 Matching with Continuous Bidirectional Investment. James Fisher
14-05 Short-run effects of parental job loss on child health. Jessamyn Schaller; Mariana Zerpa
13-01 Identification and Estimation of Single Index Models with Measurement Error and Endogeneity. Yingyao Hu; Ji-Liang Shiu; Tiemen Woutersen
13-02 Thanks but No Thanks: A New Policy to Avoid Land Conflict. Martin Dufwenberg; Gunnar Köhlin; Peter Martinsson; Haileselassie Medhin
13-03 How Should Benefits and Costs Be Discounted in an Intergenerational Context?. Kenneth J. Arrow; Maureen L. Cropper; Christian Gollier; Ben Groom; Geoffrey M. Heal; Richard G. Newell; William D. Nordhaus; Robert S. Pindyck; William A. Pizer; Paul R. Portney; Thomas Sterner; Richard S. J. Tol; Martin L. Weitzman
13-04 Calculating Confidence Intervals for Continuous and Discontinuous Functions of Parameters. Tiemen Woutersen; John C. Ham
13-05 Losing to Win: Reputation Management of Online Sellers. Ying Fan; Jiandong Ju; Mo Xiao
13-06 Simple GMM Estimator for the Semiparametric Mixed Proportional Hazard Model. Govert E. Bijwaard; Geert Ridder; Tiemen Woutersen
13-07 Estimating a Semi-Parametric Duration Model without Specifying Heterogeneity. Jerry A. Hausman; Tiemen Woutersen
13-08 Banking on Experiments? Martin Dufwenberg
13-09 Green Expectations: Current Effects of Anticipated Carbon Pricing. Derek Lemoine
13-10 Common Knowledge of Language and Communication Success. Andreas Blume; Oliver J. Board
13-11 Eliciting Private Information with Noise: The Case of Randomized Response. Andreas Blume; Ernest K. Lai; Wooyoung Lim
12-01 Combining Two Consistent Estimators. John C. Chao; Jerry A. Hausman; Whitney K. Newey; Norman R. Swanson; Tiemen Woutersen
12-02 An Expository Note on the Existence of Moments of Fuller and HFUL Estimators. John C. Chao; Jerry A. Hausman; Whitney K. Newey; Norman R. Swanson; Tiemen Woutersen
12-03 Regulating Hidden Attributes: Life-Cycle Ratings in Low-Carbon Fuel Standards. Derek Lemoine
12-04 A Note on The Harmful Effects of Multicollinearity. Lester D. Taylor
12-05 Internal Structure of U. S. Consumption Expenditures. Lester D. Taylor
12-06 Some Notes on Regression With A Two-Dimensional Dependent Variable. Lester D. Taylor
12-07 Cognitive Ability and Learning to Play Equilibrium: A Level-k Analysis. David Gill; Victoria Prowse
12-08 Booms, Busts, and Fertility: Testing the Becker Model Using Gender-Specific Labor Demand. Jessamyn Schaller
12-09 ABC on Deals. Martin Dufwenberg; Maroš Servátka; Radovan Vadovič
12-10 Price Caps, Oligopoly, and Entry. Stanley S. Reynolds; David Rietzke
12-11 Deception: The Role of Guilt. Pierpaolo Battigalli; Gary Charness; Martin Dufwenberg
Revised Version, December 2012
12-12 Legalizing Bribe Giving. Martin Dufwenberg; Giancarlo Spagnolo
11-01 Robustness to Parametric Assumptions in Missing Data. Bryan S. Graham; Keisuke Hirano
11-02 Maxims for Experimenters. Martin Dufwenberg
11-03 Identification of Time and Risk Preferences in Buy Price Auctions. Daniel Ackerberg; Keisuke Hirano; Quazi Shahriar
11-04 Triangulating the Neural, Psychological & Economic Bases of Guilt Aversion. Luke J. Chang; Alec Smith; Martin Dufwenberg; Alan G. Sanfey
11-05 Learning to Make Better Strategic Decisions. Eric Cardella
11-06 Entry Under Subsidy: The Competitive U.S. Local Telephone Industry. Ying Fan; Mo Xiao
11-07 Elasticity of Supply to the Firm and the Business Cycle. Briggs Depew; Todd A. Sorensen
11-08 Stackelberg in the Lab: The Effect of Group Decision Making and Deliberation Periods. Eric Cardella; Ray Chiu
11-09 Legalizing Bribes. Martin Dufwenberg; Giancarlo Spagnolo
11-10 A Dam Problem: TVA's Fight Against Malaria 1926-1951. Carl T. Kitchens
11-11 Dealing with Eminent Domain. Carl Kitchens; Alex Roomets
11-12 Location Properties of Point Estimators in Linear Instrumental Variables and Related Models.Keisuke Hirano; Jack R. Porter
11-13 Instrumental Variable Estimation with Heteroskedasticity and Many Instruments. Jerry A. Hausman; Whitney K. Newey; Tiemen Woutersen; John Chao; Norman Swanson
10-01 A Patchwork Safety Net: A Survey of Cliometric Studies of Income Maintenance Programs in the United States in the First Half of the Twentieth Century. Price Fishback; Samuel Allen; Jonathan Fox; Brendan Livingston
10-02 A Note on the Stability of Chen’s Lindahl Mechanism. Matt Van Essen
10-03 Making Efficient Public Good Decisions using an Augmented Ausubel Auction. Matt Van Essen
10-04 Equilibrium Play in Matches: Binary Markov Games. Mark Walker; John Wooders; Rabah Amir
10-05 The Effects of Weather Shocks on Crop Prices in Unfettered Markets: The United States Prior to the Farm Programs, 1895-1932. Jonathan Fox; Price V. Fishback; Paul W. Rhode
10-06 Information and the Impact of Climate and Weather on Mortality Rates During the Great Depression. Price Fishback; Werner Troesken; Trevor Kollmann; Michael Haines; Paul Rhode; Melissa Thomasson
10-07 Social Expenditures in the United States and the Nordic Countries: 1900-2003. Price V. Fishback
10-08 A Structural Analysis of Disappointment Aversion in a Real Effort Competition. David Gill; Victoria Prowse
10-09 In Search of the Multiplier for Federal Spending in the States During the New Deal. Price Fishback; Valentina Kachanovskaya
10-10 Auctions with Heterogeneous Entry Costs. Diego Moreno; John Wooders
09-01 Reinterpreting Deception? Martin Dufwenberg; Uri Gneezy
09-02 Who thinks about the competition? Managerial ability and strategic entry in US local telephone markets. Avi Goldfarb; Mo Xiao
09-03 Play to Learn? An Experiment. Martin Dufwenberg; J. Todd Swarthout
09-04 Welfare Spending and Mortality Rates for the Elderly Before the Social Security Era. Adrian Stoian; Price Fishback
09-05 The Dynamics of Relief Spending and the Private Urban Labor Market During the New Deal. Todd C. Neumann; Price V. Fishback; Shawn Kantor
09-06 Design of Randomized Experiments to Measure Social Interaction Effects. Jinyong Hahn; Keisuke Hirano
09-07 When Do Covariates Matter? And Which Ones, and How Much? Jonah B. Gelbach
09-08 Impossibility Results for Nondifferentiable Functionals. Keisuke Hirano; Jack R. Porter
09-09 Out-of-Equilibrium Performance of Three Lindahl Mechanisms: An Experiment. Matthew Van Essen; Natalia Lazzati; Mark Walker
Revised Version, November 2010
09-10 Game Theory. Martin Dufwenberg
08-01 Other-Regarding Preferences in General Equilibrium, Martin Dufwenberg; Paul Heidhues; Georg Kirchsteiger; Frank Riedel; Joel Sobel
08-02 Adaptive Experimental Design Using the Propensity Score, Jinyong Hahn; Keisuke Hirano; Dean Karlan
08-03 Lagged Beliefs and Reference-Dependent Utility, Alec Smith
Revised version: Lagged Beliefs and Reference-Dependent Preferences, September 2012
08-04 Does Experience Teach? Professionals and Minimax Play in the Lab, John Wooders
08-04 Supplementary Appendix
08-05 Auctions with Heterogeneous Entry Costs, Diego Moreno; John Wooders
08-06 Lifting the Curse of Dimensionality: Measures of the Labor Legislation Climate in the States During the Progressive Era. Price V. Fishback; Rebecca Holmes; Samuel Allen
08-07 A Simple Supermodular Mechanism that Implements Lindahl Allocations. Matt Van Essen
08-08 Epiphany in the Game of 21. Martin Dufwenberg; Ramya Sundaram; David J. Butler
08-09 Contracts & Communication. Gary Charness; Martin Dufwenberg
08-10 Hold-up: With a Vengeance. Martin Dufwenberg; Alec Smith; Matt Van Essen
08-11 Auction Design using Bayesian Methods. Dong-Hyuk Kim
07-01 Guilt in Games. Pierpaolo Battigalli; Martin Dufwenberg
07-02 Classical Market Outcomes with Non-Classical Preferences. Georg Kirchsteiger; Martin Dufwenberg
07-03 Separating Reputation, Social Influence, and Identification Effects in a Dictator Game. Maros Servatka
07-04 Love on the Rocks: Alcohol Abuse and Domestic Violence in Rural Mexico. Manuela Angelucci
07-05 Peter Bohm: Father of Field Experiments. Martin Dufwenberg; Glenn W. Harrison
07-06 Measuring the Price Impact of Retailers' Locations and Brands. Jedidiah Brewer; Joseph Cullen; Tim Davies
07-07 Interpreting Sheepskin Effects in the Returns to Education. Alfonso Flores-Lagunes; Audrey Light
07-08 Estimating the Effects of Length of Exposure to a Training Program: The Case of Job Corps. Alfonso Flores-Lagunes; Arturo Gonzalez; Todd C. Neumann
07-09 BOOK REVIEW: Behavioral Economics and Its Applications (P. Diamond & H. Vartiainen, Eds.). Martin Dufwenberg
07-10 The Effect of Internal Migration on Local Labor Markets: American Cities During the Great Depression. Leah Platt Boustan; Price V. Fishback; Shawn E. Kantor
07-11 What Happens in the Field Stays in the Field: Professionals Do Not Play Minimax in Laboratory Experiments. Steven D. Levitt; John A. List; and David H. Reiley
Revised Version, July 2008
07-11 Supplementary Appendix
07-12 Discrete Implementation of the Groves-Ledyard Mechanism. J. Todd Swarthout; Mark Walker
07-13 Measuring the Benefits to Sniping on eBay: Evidence from a Field Experiment. Sean Gray; David H. Reiley
07-14 Checking Out Temptation: A Natural Experiment with Purchases at the Grocery Register. Daniel Houser; David H. Reiley; Michael B. Urbancic
07-15 Field Experiments in Economics [New Palgrave]. David H. Reiley; John A. List
07-16 Big Driving out Small: ‘Hypermarts’ and the Retail Gasoline Industry. Jedidiah Brewer
07-17 Broken Promises: An Experiment. Gary Charness; Martin Dufwenberg
07-18 Entry Threat and Entry Deterrence: the Timing of Broadband Rollout. Mo Xiao; Peter F. Orazem
07-19 An Experimental Study of Auctions with a Buy Price Under Private and Common Values. Quazi Shahriar; John Wooders
06-01 Indirect Effects of an Aid Program: the Case of Progresa and Consumption. Manuela Angelucci; Giacomo De Giorgi
06-02 Contestability and the Significance of the Entrant's Home Market. Utteeyo Dasgupta
06-03 Asymptotics for Statistical Treatment Rules. Keisuke Hirano; Jack R. Porter
06-04 Mixed Strategy Equilibrium [New Palgrave]. Mark Walker; John Wooders
06-05 Psychological Games [New Palgrave]. Martin Dufwenberg
06-06 Decision Theory in Econometrics [New Palgrave]. Keisuke Hirano
06-07 Economics and Property Law [New Palgrave]. Dean Lueck
06-08 Measuring the Sorting and Incentive Effects of Tournament Prizes. Tim Davies; Adrian Stoian
06-09 Irrational Gloominess in the Laboratory. Tim Davies
06-10 Estimating ATT Effects with Non-experimental Data and Low Compliance. Manuela Angelucci; Orazio Attanasio
06-11 The Framing of Games and the Psychology of Strategic Choice. Martin Dufwenberg; Simon Gachter; Hennig-Schmidt
06-12 Capacity Preemption in a Duopoly Market under Uncertainty. Jianjun Wu
06-13 Oportunidades: Program Effect on Consumption, Low Participation, and Methodological Issues. Manuela Angelucci; Orazio Attanasio
06-14 Online Auctions. Axel Ockenfels; David Reiley; Abdolkarim Sadrieh
06-15 Did Big Government's Largesse Help the Locals? The Implications of WWII Spending for Local Economic Activity, 1939-1958. Joseph Cullen; Price Fishback
06-16 The New Deal (1933-1939). Price Fishback
06-17 Striking at the Roots of Crime: The Impact of Social Welfare Spending on Crime During the Great Depression. Ryan S. Johnson; Shawn Kantor; Price Fishback
Revised Version, May 2009
05-01 On Advertising and Price Competition. Ninghua Du.
05-02 Do Price-Matching Guarantees Facilitate Tacit Collusion? An Experimental Study. Subhasish Dugar.
05-03 Behavior in Combined Mechanisms: Auctions with a Pre-Negotiation Stage-An Experimental Investigation. Radosveta Ivanova-Stenzel; Sabine Kröger.
05-04 Bubbles and Experience: An Experiment. Martin Dufwenberg; Tobias Lindqvist; Evan Moore.
05-05 Dynamic Psychological Games. Pierpaolo Battigalli; Martin Dufwenberg.
Revised Version, September 2005
05-06 Field Experiments on the Effects of Reserve Prices in Auctions: More Magic on the Internet. David H. Reiley
05-07 Demand Reduction in Multi-unit Auctions with Varying Numbers of Bidders: Theory and Evidence from a Field Experiment. Richard Engelbrecht-Wiggans; John A. List; David Reiley
05-08 Estimation of Theoretically Plausible Demand Functions From U.S. Consumer Expenditure Survey Data. Lester D. Taylor
05-09 An Additive Double-Logarithmic Consumer Demand System. Lester D. Taylor
05-10 Chinatown: Transaction Costs in Water Rights Exchanges -- The Owens Valley Transfer to Los Angeles. Gary D. Libecap
05-11 Stripped-down Poker: A classroom Game with Signaling and Bluffing. David H. Reiley; Michael B. Urbancic; Mark Walker
05-12 U.S. Border Enforcement and the Net Flow of Mexican Illegal Migration. Manuela Angelucci
05-13 The War for the Fare: How Driver Compensation Affects Bus System Performance. Ryan M. Johnson; David H. Reiley; Juan Carlos Munoz
05-14 Price Discrimination and Resale: A Classroom Experiment. Atin Basuchoudhary; Christopher Metcalf; Kai Pommerenke; David H. Reiley; Christian Rojas; Marzena J. Rostek; James Stodder
05-15 Monopoly Quality Degradation and Regulation in Cable Television. Gregory S. Crawford; Matthew Shum
05-16 Aid Programs' Unintended Effects: The Case of Progresa and Migration. Manuela Angeluci
04-01 Small Farms, Externalities, and the Dust Bowl of the 1930s. Zeynep K. Hansen; Gary D. Libecap.
04-02 Gender & Coordination. Martin Dufwenberg; Uri Gneezy.
04-03 Market Dynamics in Edgeworth Exchange. Steven Gjerstad.
04-04 Price Competition: The Role of Gender and Education. Martin Dufwenberg; Uri Gneezy; Aldo Rustichini
04-05 Blowing the Whistle. Jose Apesteguia; Martin Dufwenberg; Reinhard Selten
04-06 Price Competition between International Airlines Alliances. Volodymyr Bilotkach
04-07 Asymmetric Regulation and Airport Dominance in International Aviation: Evidence from the London-New York Market. Volodymyr Bilotkach
04-08 Gender Composition in Teams. Martin Dufwenberg; Astri Muren
Revised Version, August 2005
04-09 The Psychological Game of Trust. Martin Dufwenberg; Werner Guth
04-10 Supply Function Equilibria with Pivotal Electricity Suppliers. Talat Genc; Stanley S. Reynolds
04-11 The Discriminatory Incentives to Bundle in the Cable Television Industry. Gregory S. Crawford
Revised Version, June, 2005.
04-12 Coordination of Purchasing and Bidding Activities Across Markets. Daniel D. Zeng; James C. Cox; Moshe Dror
04-13 When Does an Incentive for Free Riding Promote Rational Bidding? James C. Cox; Stephen C. Hayne
04-14 On Representative Social Capital. Charles Bellemare; Sabine Kroger
04-15 A Tractable Model of Reciprocity and Fairness. James C. Cox; Daniel Friedman; Steven Gjerstad
04-16 Learning But Not Earning? The Value of Job Corps Training for Hispanics. Alfonso Flores-Lagunes; Arturo Gonzalaz; Todd Neumann
04-17 Risk Aversion, Beliefs, and Prediction Market Equilibrium. Steven Gjerstad
04-18 Price Floors and Competition. Martin Dufwenberg; Uri Gneezy; Jacob K. Goeree; Rosemarie Nagel
Revised Version, August 2006
04-19 Second-Mover Advantage and Price Leadership in Bertrand Duopoly. Rabah Amiry; Anna Stepanova
04-20 On Taxation Pass-Through for a Monopoly Firm. Rabah Amir; Isabelle Maret; Michael Troge
04-21 Ordinal versus Cardinal Complementarity: The Case of Cournot Oligopoly. Rabah Amir
04-22 Demand Reduction in Multiunit Auctions: Evidence from a Sportscard Field Experiment: Reply. Richard Engelbrecht-Wiggans; John A. List; David H. Reiley
04-23 Price and Income Elasticities Estimated From BLS Consumer Expenditure Surveys and ACCRA Price Data. Lester D. Taylor
03-01 Auctions with a Buy Price. Stanley Reynolds; John Wooders.
03-02 Can General Appeal Win in the Marriage Market? Ramya Sundaram.
03-03 The Impact of Pace in Double Auction Bargaining. Steven Gjerstad.
03-04 The Edgeworth Exchange Formulation of Bargaining Models and Market Experiments. Steven D. Gjerstad; Jason M. Shachat.
03-05 Measurement Error in Schooling: Evidence from Samples of Siblings and Identical Twins. Alfonso Flores-Lagunes; Audrey Light.
03-06 Bounded Rationality in Laboratory Bargaining with Asymmetric Information. Timothy N. Cason; Stanley S. Reynolds.
03-07 Promises & Partnership. Gary Charness; Martin Dufwenberg.
Revised Version, May 2006
03-08 Stability of U.S. Consumption Expenditure Patterns: 1996-1999. Lester D. Taylor.
03-09 Bidding Asymmetries in Multi-Unit Auctions: Implications of Bid Function Equilibria in the British Spot Market for Electricity. Gregory S. Crawford; Joseph Crespo; Helen Tauchen.
3-10 Local Residential Sorting and Public Goods Provision: A Classroom Demonstration, Keith Brouhle; Jay Corrigan, Rachel Croson; Martin Famham; Selhan Garip; :uba Habodaszova; Laurie Johnson; Martin Johnson; David Reiley
02-01 On the Nature of Reciprocal Motives. James C. Cox; Cary A. Deck.
02-02 Barking Up the Right Tree: Are Small Groups Rational Agents? James C. Cox; Stephen C. Hayne.
02-03 When are Women More Generous than Men? James C. Cox; Cary A. Deck.
02-04 A Tractable Model of Reciprocity and Fairness. James C. Cox; Daniel Friedman.
02-05 The Impact of Trembling on Behavior in the Trust Game. James C. Cox; Cary A. Deck.
02-06 Specialization in the Marriage Market: When is it Valuable? Ramya Sundaram.
02-07 Stable Matching in a Marriage Market When Preferences are Heterogeneous. Ramya Sundaram.
02-08 Hide and Seek in Arizona. Robert W. Rosenthal; Jason Shachat; Mark Walker.
01-01 Racial Segregation Across Industries During Economic Crises and Change: The Case of Pennsylvania, 1916-1950 Ryan S. Johnson
01-02 The Efficiency of Centralized and Decentralized Markets for Lemons. Diego Moreno; John Wooders.
Revised Version, September 2001.
01-03 Risk Aversion and Expected-Utility Theory: Coherence for Small- and Large-Stakes Gambles. James C. Cox; Vjollca Sadiraj.
01-04 On the Economics of Reciprocity. James C. Cox.
01-05 Competition For vs On the Rails: A Laboratory Experiment. James C. Cox; Theo Offerman; Mark A. Olson; Arthur J.H.C. Schram.
01-06 Trust, Fear, Reciprocity, and Altruism. James C. Cox; Klarita Sadiraj; Vjollca Sadiraj.
01-07 Strategic Interaction in Iterated Zero-Sum Games. Giorgio Coricelli.
01-08 Behavior in a Dynamic Decision Problem: Evidence from the Laboratory. Daniel Houser, Michael Keane and Kevin McCabe.
00-01 Reputation in Internet Auctions: Theory and Evidence from eBay. Daniel Houser; John Wooders.
00-02 How Centrally Planned was China's Great Leap Forward Demographic Disaster? Daniel Houser; Barbara Sands.
00-03 Policy Research Needs Phenomenological Theories of Local Justice. Edward E. Zajac.
00-04 Rain Follows the Plow: The Climate Information Problem and Homestead Failure in the Upper Great Plains, 1890-1925. Gary D. Libecap; Zeynep Kocabiik Hansen.
00-05 Public Choice Issues in International Collective Action: Global Warming Regulation. Joseph R. Bial; Daniel Houser; Gary D. Libecap.
00-06 The Importance of Firm Cost Heterogeneity in Policy Design and Support: Differential Reaction to the Supreme Court's Rejection of New Deal Agricultural and Industrial Policies. Barbara Alexander; Gary D. Libecap.
00-07 Contracting for Property Rights. Gary D. Libecap; National Bureau of Economic Research.
00-08 Information Distortion and Competitive Remedies in Government Transfer Programs: The Case of Ethanol. Ronald N. Johnson; Gary D. Libecap.
00-09 Regulatory Remedies to the Common Pool: The Limits to Oil Field Unitization. Gary D. Libecap; James L. Smith.
00-10 Unobserved Heterogeneity and Equilibrium: An Experimental Study of Bayesian and Adaptive Learning in Normal Form Games. Jason Shachat; Mark Walker.
00-11 Trust and Reciprocity: Implications of Game Triads and Social Contexts. James C. Cox.
00-12 Equilibrium Play in Matches: Binary Markov Games. Mark Walker; John Wooders.
00-13 Bayesian Analysis of a Dynamic Stochastic Model of Labor Suply and Saving. Daniel Houser.
00-14 How Do Behavioral Assumptions Affect Structural Inference? Evidence From a Laboratory Experiment. Daniel Houser; Joachim Winter.
00-15 Individual Differences in Cooperation in a Circular Public Goods Game. Daniel Houser; Robert Kurzban.
00-17 Implications of Game Triads for Observations of Trust and Reciprocity. James C. Cox.