Alessandra Casella and Luis Sanchez, 2022. Democracy and Intensity of Preferences. A Test of Storable Votes and Quadratic Voting on Four California Propositions. Journal of Politics, 84(1), pp. 607-612.
Alessandra Casella and Thomas R. Palfrey, 2021. Trading Votes for Votes. A Laboratory Study. Games and Economic Behavior, 125, pp. 1-26.
Nathaniel Neligh, 2020. Vying for Dominance: An experiment in dynamic network formation. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. 178, pp. 719-739.
Ambuj Dewan and Nathaniel Neligh, 2020. Estimating information cost functions in models of rational inattention. Journal of Economic Theory, p. 105011.
Giovanna M. Invernizzi, 2020. Public Information: Relevance or Salience?. Games, 11(1), p. 4.
Stephan Meier, Matthew Stephenson, Patryk Perkowski, 2019. Culture of trust and division of labor in nonhierarchical teams. Strategic Management Journal, 40(8), pp. 1171– 1193.
Alessandra Casella, Navin Kartik, Luis Sanchez and Sebastien Turban, 2018. Communication in context: Interpreting promises in an experiment on competition and trust. PNAS, 115(5), pp. 933-938.
Mel Win Khaw, Luminita Stevens and Michael Woodford, 2017. Discrete adjustment to a changing environment: Experimental evidence. Journal of Monetary Economics, 91, pp. 88-103.
Alessandra Casella, Jean-Francois Laslier and Antonin Mace, 2017. Democracy for Polarized Committees: The Tale of Blotto’s Lieutenants. Games and Economic Behavior, 106, pp. 239-259.
David Baron, Renee Bowen and Salvatore Nunnari, 2017. Durable Coalitions and Communication: Public versus Private Negotiations. Journal of Public Economics, 156: p. 1-13.
Helios Herrera, Ernesto Reuben and Michael Ting, 2017. Turf Wars. Journal of Public Economics, pp. 143-153.
Marco Battaglini, Salvatore Nunnari and Thomas R. Palfrey, 2016. The Dynamic Free Rider Problem: A Laboratory Study. American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 8: pp. 268-308.
Pietro Battiston, Loran Chollete, and Sharon Harrison. May The Forcing Be With You: Experimental Evidence on Mandatory Contributions to Public Goods. (2022)
Pietro Battiston and Sharon Harrison. Believe it or Not: Experimental Evidence on Sunspot Equilibria with Social Networks. (2022)
Arthur Prat-Carrabin and Michael Woodford. Imprecise Probabilistic Inference from Sequential Data. (2022)
Alessandra Casella, Jeffrey Guo, and Michelle Jiang. Minority Turnout and Representation under Cumulative Voting: An Experiment. (2021)
Lina Diaz, Daniel Houser, John Ifcher, and Homa Zarghamee. Estimating Social Preferences Using Stated Satisfaction: Novel Support for Inequity Aversion. (2021)
Justin Canfil. Controlling Tomorrow: Explaining Anticipatory Bans on Emerging Military Technologies. (2020)
Alessandra Casella, Evan Friedman and Manuel Perez Archila. Mediating Conflict in the Lab. (2020)
Don Casler and Richard Clark. Trade Rage: Audience Costs and International Trade. (2020)
Teresa Esteban-Casanelles and Duarte Goncalves. The Effects of Incentives on Choices and Beliefs in Games. (2020)
John Ifcher and Homa Zarghamee. Competitive Preferences Among Asians in the U.S. (2020)
John Ifcher and Homa Zarghamee. Do Nominations Close the Gender Gap in Competition? (2020)
Giovanna Maria Invernizzi and Ahmed Ezzeldin Mohamed. Trust Nobody: How Conspiracy Theories Can Distort Political Accountability. (2020)
Erik Lin-Greenberg and Theo Milonopoulos. Private Eyes in the Sky. (2020)
Manuel Puente. Disentangling Experimental Evidence on Higher Order Rationality. (2020)
Pietro Battiston and Sharon Harrison. Believe it or Not: Experimental Evidence on Sunspot Equilibria with Social Networks. (2019)
Mark Dean and Nate Neligh. Experimental Tests of Rational Inattention (2019)
Evan Friedman and Jeremy Ward. Stochastic Choice and Noisy Beliefs in Games: an Experiment (2019)
Vladimir Novak, Andrei Matveenko and Silvio Ravaioli. The Status Quo and Beliefs Polarization of Inattentive Agents: Theory and Experiment (2019)
Ambuj Dewan and Charles Maurin. Promises and Pronuncements. (2018)
Marina Agranov, Mark Dean, Evan Friedman, Han Huynh and Pietro Ortoleva. Incomplete Preferences and Preference for Flexibility.
George Beknazar-Yuzbashev, Sota Ichiba, and Mateusz Stalinski. To the Depths of the Sunk Cost: an Experiment Revisiting the Elusive Fallacy.
Tommaso Bondi, Daniel Csaba, and Evan Friedman. Range Effects in Multi-Attribute Choices.
Justin Canfil. The Language of Lawmaking: Treaty Specificity, Technological Novelty, and Downstream Compliance.
Alessandra Casella, Joseph Campbell, Lucas de Lara, Victoria Mooers, and Dilip Ravindran. An Experiment of Liquid Democracy.
Alessandra Casella, Olivier Compte and Jean Francois Laslier. War Games.
Bennett Chiles, Jorge Guzman and Sandy Yu. Strategic Disclosure and Startup Funding.
Zhihan Cui. Detecting Correlation Neglect and Cursedness in Herding processes.
Mark Dean, Dilip Ravindran and Joerg Stoye. Testing for Choice Overload.
Ambuj Dewan and Nathaniel Neligh. Perceptual Distance in Models of Limited Attention.
John Ifcher, Anna Solow-Collins and Homa Zarghamee. The Effect of Monetary Cues on Risk Aversion in a Random-Assignment Experiment.
Michelle Jiang and Kai Zen. Information Asymmetry in Job Search.
RC Xi Zhi Lim and Silvio Ravaioli. Avoidable Risk: An Experiment on Context-Dependent Risk Aversion.
Meiqi Lin, Arthur Prat-Carrabin, and Michael Woodford. Efficient-coding Perception of Numerosity.
Bryn McCarthy and Paul Platzman. Life of the Party: Public Figures and the Boundaries of Contemporary Party Membership and Influence.
Greer Mellon and Bonnie Siegler. Beyond Black and White: New Experimental Evidence Measuring the Strength of Parent’s Preferences on School Racial Composition.
Manuel Puente. A Comment on “Identifying Higher-order Rationality” (Kneeland, ECMA 2015).
Manuel Puente. Obfuscating Persuasion: An Experimental Study.
Julia Rubio. Who is the boss? Gender, Issue Ownership and Participation in the United States of America.
Jeremy Ward. Pivotality and strategic behavior.