TOC: Exp Econ


Experimental Economics, 16(3)

Why do people tell the truth? Experimental evidence for pure lie aversion
Raúl López-Pérez & Eli Spiegelman [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Asymmetric memory recall of positive and negative events in social interactions
King King Li [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Poverty and probability: aspiration and aversion to compound lotteries in El Salvador and India
Dean Spears [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Costless discrimination and unequal achievements in an experimental tournament
Antonio Filippin & Francesco Guala [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Shifting the blame to a powerless intermediary
Regine Oexl & Zachary J. Grossman [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Coordination and learning in dynamic global games: experimental evidence
Olga Shurchkov [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A portmanteau experiment on the relevance of individual decision anomalies for households
Alistair Munro & Danail Popov [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Do people care about social context? Framing effects in dictator games
Anna Dreber, Tore Ellingsen, Magnus Johannesson & David G. Rand [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Is there selection bias in laboratory experiments? The case of social and risk preferences
Blair L. Cleave, Nikos Nikiforakis & Robert Slonim [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The influence of spouses on household decision making under risk: an experiment in rural China
Fredrik Carlsson, Peter Martinsson, Ping Qin & Matthias Sutter [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Estimating depth of reasoning in a repeated guessing game with no feedback
Mariano Runco [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Estimating the causal effect of beliefs on contributions in repeated public good games
Alexander Smith [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Splitting leagues: promotion and demotion in contribution-based regrouping experiments
Susana Cabrera, Enrique Fatás, Juan A. Lacomba & Tibor Neugebauer [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Erratum to: The gift of advice: communication in a bilateral gift exchange game
David J. Cooper & John P. Lightle [Publisher]

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