Current affiliation: University of KentSubject: EconomicsPrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:Intelligent Systems in Accounting Finance & ManagementPublication date:2014-02-27
IMITATION AND COORDINATION IN SMALL WORLDS
Published in:Journal of EconomicsPublication date:2014-02-18
Published in:Journal of Public Economic TheoryPublication date:2014-08-15
Correlated Equilibrium and Conformity
This paper has its origins with the question of how social norms can be modelled using game theory. If conformity to a social norm is consistent wi...
Published in:Economics LettersPublication date:2014-01-01
We argue that dishonesty is highest for intermediate levels of competition. To make the point we first work through a simple theoretical model. In ...
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2011-05-10
Published in:Economic InquiryPublication date:2013-04-05
In a weak link or minimum effort game there is a group of people who individually contribute towards a group project. The output of the project is ...
Published in:Journal of Economic Behavior & OrganizationPublication date:2013-03-01
Many fundraisers publicise the donations they receive. In some cases the exact amount donated by each individual is published; this is common, for ...
Published in:The Journal of Economic EducationPublication date:2012-01-01
There is a growing literature looking at whether participation in interactive classroom experiments helps students better learn economics. The evid...
Published in:Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics JITEPublication date:2012-06-01
Published in:Personality and Individual DifferencesPublication date:2011-08-01
Published in:Journal of Public Economic TheoryPublication date:2010-04-01
Published in:Journal of Public Economic TheoryPublication date:2010-07-19
Incentive to Contribute Early
Published in:The Journal of Socio-EconomicsPublication date:2009-06-01
Published in:International Journal of Game TheoryPublication date:2008-12-09
Published in:International Journal of Game TheoryPublication date:2008-12-11
Published in:Journal of Economic Behavior & OrganizationPublication date:2009-05-01
Published in:International Journal of Game TheoryPublication date:2007-03-30
Published in:International Game Theory ReviewPublication date:2007-12-01
Published in:Games and Economic BehaviorPublication date:2006-11-01
Published in:Economics LettersPublication date:2004-10-01
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Published in:Economics LettersPublication date:2015-09-01
A threshold public good is provided if and only if total contributions towards production of the good exceed some threshold level. For instance, if...
Published in:GamesPublication date:2014-11-14
In this paper we explore conditional cooperation in public good game games. The standard way of measuring conditional cooperation was introduced by...
Published in:Public ChoicePublication date:2016-01-01
In a threshold public good game a public good is provided if and only if group members collectively provide enough for its production. This crucial...
Published in:FinanzArchiv Public Finance AnalysisPublication date:2015-06-01
In a threshold public good game members of a group are independently asked to contribute towards the provision of a public good. The public good wo...
Published in:Journal of the Economic Science AssociationPublication date:2016-04-09
It has long been recognised that the way a public good game is framed can influence the amount people are willing to contribute. This is interestin...
Published in:International Journal of Game TheoryPublication date:2017-03-04
A threshold public good is provided if and only if sufficiently many people contribute towards its production. In this paper we study a particular ...
Published in:Journal of Behavioral and Experimental EconomicsPublication date:2018-06-01