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Zeitschriftenartikel 2015

Grafeneder-Weissteiner, Theresa, Kubin, Ingrid, Prettner, Klaus, Prskawetz, Alexia and Wrzaczeke, Stefan, (2015), Coping with Inefficiencies in a New Economic Geography Model: The Unintended Consequences of Policy Interventions, Mathematical Social Sciences, 76, issue 1, p. 146-157.

Janssen, Maarten, and Roy, Santanu, (2015), Competition, Disclosure and Signaling, Economic Journal, 125, issue 582, p. 86-114.

Janssen, Maarten, and Shelegia, Sandro, (2015), Consumer Search and Double Marginalization, American Economic Review, 105, issue 6, p. 1683-1710.

Kartal, Melis, (2015), Laboratory Elections with Endogenous Turnout: Proportional Representation versus Majoritarian Rule, Experimental Economics18, issue 3, p. 366-384.

Kartal, Melis, (2015), A Comparative Welfare Analysis of Electoral Systems with Endogenous Turnout, Economic Journal, 125, issue 587, p. 1369-1392.

Kunst, Robert M., and Franses, Philip Hans, (2015), Asymmetric Time Aggregation and its Potential Benefits for Forecasting Annual Data, Empirical Economics, 49, issue 1, p. 363-387.

Mayr, Karin, with Ambrosini, William, Peri, Giovanni, and Radu, Dragos, (2015), The Selection of Migrants and Returnees in Romania: Evidence and Long-Run Implications, Economics of Transition, 23, issue 4, p. 753-793.

Podczeck, Konrad, and Greinecker, Michael, (2015), Edgeworth's Conjecture and the Number of Agents and Commodities, Economic Theory.

Podczeck, Konrad, and Carmona, Guilherme, (2015), Existence of Nash Equilibrium in Ordinal Games with Discontinuous Preferences, Economic Theory.

Podczeck, Konrad, and Greinecker, Michael, (2015), Purification and Roulette Wheels, Economic Theory, 58, issue 2, p. 255-272.

Schlag, Karl, with van der Weele, Joël J., (2015), A Method to Elicit Beliefs as Most Likely Intervals, Judgement and Decision Making, 10, issue 1, p. 456-468.

Schlag, Karl, with Tremewan, James, and van der Weele, Joël J., (2015), A Penny for Your Thoughts: a Survey of Methods for Eliciting Beliefs, Experimental Economics, 18, issue 3, p. 457-490.

Sobolev, Anton with Parakhonyak, Alexey, (2015), Non-Reservation Price Equilibria and Search Without Priors, Economic Journal, 125, issue 584, p. 887-909.

Raffer, Kunibert, (2015), Neoliberalism and Global Capital Mobility: A Necessary Reconsideration of Textbook Trade Theory, Brazilian Journal of Political Economy35, issue 2, p. 267-284.

Shelegia, Sandro, with Janssen, Maarten, (2015), Consumer Search and Double Marginalization, American Economic Review, 105, issue 6, p. 1683-1710.

Sherman, Joshua, and Weiss, Avi, (2015), Price Response, Asymmetric Information, And Competition, Economic Journal, 125, issue 589, p. 2077-2115.

Sonntag, Axel, (2015), Search Costs and Adaptive Consumers: Short Time Delays do not Affect Choice Quality, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization113, p. 64-79.

Sonntag, Axel, with Zizzo, Daniel J., (2015), On Reminder Effects, Drop-outs and Dominance: Evidence from an Online Experiment on Charitable Giving, PLoS ONE.

Sonntag, Axel, with Zizzo, Daniel J., (2015), Institutional Authority and Collusion, Southern Economic Journal82, p. 13-37.

Sorger, Gerhard, with Mitra, Tapan, (2015), Noncooperative Resource Exploitation by Patient Players, Dynamic Games and Applications, 5, issue 3, p. 361-377.

Tremewan, James, with Le Coq, Chloe, and Wagner, Alexander K., (2015), On the Effects of Group Identity in Strategic Environments, European Economic Review, 76, p. 239–252.

Tremewan, James, with Schlag, Karl and van der Weele, Joël J., (2015), A Penny for Your Thoughts: a Survey of Methods for Eliciting Beliefs, Experimental Economics, 18, issue 3, p. 457-490.

Tyran, Jean-Robert, with Kamei, Kenju, and Putterman, Louis, (2015), State or Nature? Endogenous Formal vs. Informal Sanctions in the Voluntary Provision of Public Goods, Experimental Economics, 18, issue 1, p. 38-65.

Tyran, Jean-Robert, with Morton, Rebecca, (2015), Corruption in Committees: An Experimental Study of Information Aggregation through Voting, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 17, issue 4, p. 553-579.

Wagner, Alexander K., with Achtziger, Anja, and Alós-Ferrer, Carlos, (2015), Money, Depletion, and Prosociality in the Dictator Game, Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics8, issue 1, p. 1-14. 

Wagner, Alexander K., with Tremewan, James, and Le Coq, Chloe, (2015), On the Effects of Group Identity in Strategic Environments, European Economic Review, 76, p. 239–252.

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