• Babcock, Linda, Maria P. Recalde, Lise Vesterlund, and Laurie Weingart. "Gender differences in accepting and receiving requests for tasks with low promotability." The American Economic Review 107, no. 3 (2017): 714-747.
  • Bosworth, Steven J. "The importance of higher-order beliefs to successful coordination." Experimental Economics 20, no. 1 (2017): 237-258.
  • Bracha, Anat, and Lise Vesterlund. "Mixed signals: Charity reporting when donations signal generosity and income." Games and Economic Behavior 104 (2017): 24-42.
  • Carvalho, Leandro S., Stephan Meier, and Stephanie W. Wang. "Poverty and economic decision-making: Evidence from changes in financial resources at payday." The American economic review 106, no. 2 (2016): 260-284.
  • Chaudoin, Stephen and Jonathan Woon. Forthcoming. “How Hard to Fight? Cross-Player Effects and Strategic Sophistication in an Asymmetric Contest Experiment” Journal of Politics.
  • Cook, Ian Palmer, and Jonathan Woon. "Time and punishment: Blame and concession in political standoffs." Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization (2017). (External Link
  • Danz, David N., Kristof Madarasz, and Stephanie W. Wang, “The Biases of Others: Anticipating Informational Projection in an Agency Setting” 2017, working paper.
  • Jones, Daniel B. “Too much information? An experiment on communication and cooperation.” Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 66 (2017), 29-39.
  • Ottoni-Wilhelm, Mark, Lise Vesterlund, and Huan Xie. 2017. "Why Do People Give? Testing Pure and Impure Altruism." American Economic Review, 107(11): 3617-33.
  • Recalde, María P., Arno Riedl, and Lise Vesterlund, “Error Prone Inference from Response Time: The Case of Intuitive Generosity,” 2017, working paper.
  • Wilson, Alistair J., and Hong Wu. "At-will relationships: How an option to walk away affects cooperation and efficiency." Games and Economic Behavior 102 (2017): 487-507. (External Link


  • Araujo, Felipe A., Erin Carbone, Lynn Conell-Price, Marli W. Dunietz, Ania Jaroszewicz, Rachel Landsman, Diego Lamé, Lise Vesterlund, Stephanie W. Wang, and Alistair J. Wilson. "The slider task: an example of restricted inference on incentive effects." Journal of the Economic Science Association 2, no. 1 (2016): 1-12.
  • Charness, Gary, Luca Rigotti, and Aldo Rustichini (2016). “Social surplus determines cooperation rates in the one-shot Prisoner's Dilemma”, Games and Economic Behavior, 100, 113–124.
  • Echenique, Federico, Alistair J. Wilson, and Leeat Yariv. "Clearinghouses for two‐sided matching: An experimental study." Quantitative Economics 7, no. 2 (2016): 449-482. (External Link
  • Minozzi, William and Jonathan Woon, “Competition, Preference Uncertainty, and Jamming: A Strategic Communication Experiment,” Games and Economic Behavior 96 (2016): 97-114. (External Link
  • Olivola, Christopher Y., and Stephanie W. Wang. "Patience auctions: the impact of time vs. money bidding on elicited discount rates." Experimental Economics 19, no. 4 (2016): 864-885. (External Link
  • Vespa, Emanuel, and Alistair J. Wilson. "Communication with multiple senders: An experiment." Quantitative Economics 7, no. 1 (2016): 1-36. (External Link


  • Kanthak, Kristin, and Jonathan Woon. "Women don't run? Election aversion and candidate entry." American Journal of Political Science 59.3 (2015): 595-612.
  • Lafky, Jonathan and Alistair J. Wilson, “Quality versus quantity in information transmission: Theory and experimental evidence.” 2015, working paper.
  • Vespa, Emanuel, and Alistair J. Wilson, “Experimenting with Equilibrium Selection in Dynamic Games” 2015, working paper.


  • Bhattacharya, Sourav, John Duffy, and Sun-Tak Kim, “Compuslory versus Voluntary Voting: An Experimental Study,” Games and Economic Behavior, March 2014, 84: 111-131.
  • Brocas, Isabelle, Juan D. Carillo, Stephanie W. Wang, and Colin Camerer, “Imperfect Choice or Imperfect Attention? Understanding Strategic Thinking in Private Information Games,” Review of Economic Studies, April 2014, 81(3): 944-970. (External Link)
  • Duffy, John, and Daniela Puzzello, “Gift Exchange versus Monetary Exchange: Theory and Evidence,” American Economic Review, June 2014, 104(6): 1735-76.
  • Jones, Daniel, and Sera Linardi, “Wallflowers: Experimental Evidence of an Aversion to Standing Out,” Management Science, July 2014, 60(7): 1757-1771. (External Link
  • Kanthak, Kristin and Jonathan Woon, “Lying for Collective Advantage? Gender and Exaggeration in an Electoral Context” 2014, working paper.
  • Kanthak, Kristin and Jonathan Woon, “Primary Elections, Strategic Voting, and Candidate Positioning,” 2014, working paper.
  • Li, Lingfang, and Erte Xiao, “Money Talks? An Experimental Study of Rebate in Reputation System Design.” Management Science, 2014, 60(8), pp 2054-2072. (External Link)
  • Minozzi, William and Jonathan Woon, “Competition and Strategic Communication: An Experimental Study,” 2014, working paper.
  • Wang, Stephanie W., Michelle Filiba, and Colin F. Camerer, “Dynamically Optimized Sequential Experimentation (DOSE) for Estimating Economic Preference Parameters,” 2014, working paper. (External Link
  • Wilson, Alistair J., “Costly Communication in Groups: Theory and an Experiment,” 2014, working paper. (External Link
  • Woon, Jonathan. "An experimental study of electoral incentives and institutional choice." Journal of experimental political science 1, no. 2 (2014): 181-200. (External Link
  • Xiao, Erte, and Fangfang Tan, “Justification and Legitimate Punishment,” Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, March 2014, 170(1): 168-188. (External Link


  • Castillo, Marco, Ragan Petrie, and Maximo Torero, “Gender Differences in Bargaining Outcomes: A Field Experiment on Discrimination,” Journal of Public Economics, March 2013, 99: 35-48. (External Link
  • Duffy, John, Huan Xie, and Yong-Ju Lee, “Social Norms, Information, and Trust Among Strangers: Theory and Evidence,” Economic Theory, March 2013, 52(2): 669-708. 
  • Minozzi, William and Jonathan Woon, “Lying Aversion, Lobbying, and Context in a Strategic Communication Experiment” Journal of Theoretical Politics, 2013, 25(3): 309-337 (External Link
  • Niederle, Muriel, Carmit Segal, and Lise Vesterlund, “How Costly is Diversity? Affirmative Action in Light of Gender Differences in Competitiveness,” Management Science, January 2013, 59: 1-16. (External Link
  • Xiao, Erte, “Profit seeking punishment corrupts norm obedience,” Games and Economic Behavior, January 2013, 77 321-344. (External Link


  • Baccara, Mariagiovanna, Ayse Imrohoroglu, Alistair J. Wilson and Leeat Yariv, “A Field Study on Matching with Network externalities”, American Economic Review, August 2012, 102(5): pp1773-1804. (External Link
  • Duffy, John, and Jack Ochs, “Equilibrium Selection in Static and Dynamic Entry Games,” Games and Economic Behavior, September 2012, 76: 97-116. 
  • Palfrey, Thomas R., and Stephanie W. Wang, “Speculative Overpricing in Asset Markets with Information Flows,” Econometrica, September 2012, 80(5): 1937-1976. (External Link
  • Woon, Jonathan, “Democratic Accountability and Retrospective Voting: A Laboratory Experiment” American Journal of Political Science, 2012, 56(4): 913-930. (External Link
  • Wu, Daw-an, Shinsuke Shimogo, Stephanie W. Wang, and Colin F. Camerer, “Shared Visual Attention Reduces Hindsight Bias,” Psychological Science, October 2012, 23(12): 1524-1533. (External Link


  • Bracha, Anat, Michael Menietti, and Lise Vesterlund, “Seeds to Succeed? Sequential Giving to Public Projects,” Journal of Public Economics, June 2011, 95 (5-6): 416-427. 
  • Duffy, John, Alexander Matros, and Ted Temzelides, “Competitive Behavior in Market Games: Evidence and Theory,” Journal of Economic Theory, July 2011, 146(4): 1437-1463. 
  • Hamman, John, Roberto Weber, and Jonathan Woon, “An Experimental Investigation of Electoral Delegation and the Provision of Public Goods” American Journal of Political Science, 2011, 55(4): 737-751. (External Link
  • Niederle, Muriel, and Lise Vesterlund, “Gender and Competition,” Annual Review of Economics, September 2011, 3: 601-30. (External Link
  • Wang, Stephanie W., “Incentive Effects: The Case of Belief Elicitation from Individuals in Groups,” Economics Letters, April 2011, 111(1):  30-33. (External Link


  • Duffy, John, and Nick Feltovich, “Correlated Equilibria, Good and Bad: An Experimental Study,” International Economic Review, August 2010, 51(3): 701-721.
  • Duffy, John, and Tatiana Kornienko, “Does Competition Affect Giving?” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, May 2010, 74(1-2): 82-103. 
  • Harbaugh, William, Kate Krause, and Lise Vesterlund, “The Fourfold Pattern of Risk Attitudes in Choice and Pricing Tasks,” Economic Journal, June 2010, 120(545): 595-611. (External Link
  • Kumru, Cagri, and Lise Vesterlund, “The Effects of Status on Voluntary Contribution,” Journal of Public Economic Theory, August 2010, 12(4): 709-73. (External Link
  • Niederle, Muriel, and Lise Vesterlund, “Explaining the Gender Gap in Math Test Scores: The Role of Competition,” Journal of Economic Perspectives, June 2010, 24(2): 129-44. 
  • Tingley, Dustin H., and Stephanie W. Wang, “Belief Updating in Sequential Games of Two-Sided Incomplete Information: An Experimental Study of a Crisis Bargaining Model,” Quarterly Journal of Political Science, October 2010, 5(3): 243-255. (External Link


  • Blume, Andreas, John Duffy, and April M. Franco, “Decentralized Organizational Learning: An Experimental Investigation,” American Economic Review, September 2009, 99(4): 1178-1205. 
  • Duffy, John, and Jack Ochs, “Cooperative Behavior and the Frequency of Social Interaction,” Games and Economic Behavior, July 2009, 66(2): 785-812. 
  • Qi, Li, and Jack Ochs, “Information Use and Transference among Legally Separated Share Markets—An Experimental Approach,” Southern Economic Journal, July 2009, 76(1): 99–129


  • Corbae, Dean and John Duffy, “Experiments with Network Formation,” Games and Economic Behavior , September 2008, 64(1): 81-120. 
  • Duffy, John and Margit Tavits, “Beliefs and Voting Decisions: A Test of the Pivotal Voter Model,” American Journal of Political Science, July 2008, 52(3): 603-618. 
  • Muller, Laurent, Martin Sefton, Richard Steinberg and Lise Vesterlund, “Strategic Behavior and Learning in Repeated Voluntary Contribution Experiments,” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, September 2008, 67(3-4): 782-93. (External Link
  • Niederle, Muriel, and Lise Vesterlund, “Gender Differences in Competition,” Negotiation Journal, October 2008, 24(4): 447 – 463. 


  • Blume, Andreas, and Andreas Ortmann, “The Effects of Costless Pre-play Communication: Experimental Evidence from Games with Pareto-Ranked Equilibria,” Journal of Economic Theory, January 2007, 132(1): 274-90. 
  • Duffy, John, Jack Ochs, and Lise Vesterlund “Giving Little by Little: Dynamic Voluntary Contribution Games,” Journal of Public Economics, September 2007, 91(9): 1708-30. (External Link
  • Harbaugh, William T., Kate Krause, and Lise Vesterlund, “Learning to Bargain,” Journal of Economic Psychology, January 2007, 28(1): 127-42. 
  • Niederle, Muriel, and Lise Vesterlund, “Do Women Shy Away from Competition? Do Men Compete Too Much?,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, August 2007, 122(3): 1067-1101. (External Link
  • Potters, Jan, Martin Sefton and Lise Vesterlund, “Leading-by-Example and Signaling in Voluntary Contribution Games: An Experimental Study,” Economic Theory, October 2007, 33(1): 169-82. (External Link


  • Duffy, John, and Nick Feltovich, “Words, Deeds, and Lies: Strategic Behaviour in Games with Multiple Signals,” Review of Economic Studies, July 2006, 73(3): pp. 669-88. 


  • Duffy, John and Eric O’N Fisher “Sunspots in the Laboratory,” American Economic Review June 2005, 95(3): 510-529. 
  • Duffy, John and Minseong Kim “Anarchy in the Laboratory (and the Role of the State),” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization March 2005, 56(3): 297-329. 
  • Duffy, John and Ed Hopkins “Learning, Information and Sorting in Market Entry Games: Theory and Evidence,” Games and Economic Behavior April 2005, 51(1): 31-62. 
  • Potters, Jan, Martin Sefton and Lise Vesterlund, “After You–Endogenous Sequencing in Voluntary Contribution Games,” Journal of Public Economics, August 2005, 89(8), 1399-1419. 


  • Andreoni, James, William Harbaugh and Lise Vesterlund, “The Carrot or the Stick: Rewards, Punishments, and Cooperation,” American Economic Review, June 2003, 93(3): 893-902.


  • Andreoni, James, Paul M. Brown and Lise Vesterlund, “What Makes an Allocation Fair? Some Experimental Evidence,” Games and Economic Behavior, July 2002, 40(1): 1-24.
  • Blume, Andreas, Douglas V. DeJong, George R. Neumann and N.E. Savin, “Learning and Communication in Sender-Receiver Games: An Econometric Investigation,” Journal of Applied Econometrics, May-June 2002, 17(3): 225-47. 
  • Duffy, John and Jack Ochs, “Intrinsically Worthless Objects as Media of Exchange: Experimental Evidence,” International Economic Review, August 2002, 43(3): 637-73. 
  • Duffy, John and Nick Feltovich, “Do Actions Speak Louder than Words? “An Experimental Comparison of Observation and Cheap Talk,” Games and Economic Behavior, April 2002, 39(1): 1-27. 
  • Harbaugh, William T., Kate Krause and Lise Vesterlund, “Risk Attitudes of Children and Adults: Choices over Small and Large Probability Gains and Losses,” Experimental Economics, June 2002 5(1): 53-84. 


  • Andreoni, James and Lise Vesterlund, “Which Is the Fair Sex? Gender Differences in Altruism,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, February 2001, 116(1): 293-312. 
  • Blume, Andreas, Douglas V. DeJong, Yong-Gwan Kim and Geoffrey B. Sprinkle, “Evolution of Communication with Partial Common Interest,” Games and Economic Behavior, October 2001, 37(1): 79-120. 
  • Duffy, John, “Learning to Speculate: Experiments with Artificial and Real Agents,” Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, March 2001, 25(3-4): 295-319. 
  • Harbaugh, William T., Kate Krause and Lise Vesterlund, “Are Adults Better Behaved Than Children? Age, Experience, and the Endowment Effect,” Economics Letters, February 2001, 70(2): 175-81. 


  • Blume, Andreas and Uri Gneezy, “An Experimental Investigation of Optimal Learning in Coordination Games,” Journal of Economic Theory, January 2000, 90(1): 161-72.