Publications

Gross, J., Emmerling, F., Vostroknutov, A., Sack, A.T., 2017. Manipulation of Pro-Sociality and Rule-Following with Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation. Scientific Reports, forthcoming
Baader, M., Vostroknutov, A., 2017. Interaction of Reasoning Ability and Distributional Preferences in a Social Dilemma. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 142, 79-91



Gächter, S., Mengel, F., Tsakas, E., Vostroknutov, A., 2017. Growth and Inequality in Public Good Provision. Journal of Public Economics, 150, 1-13

Thomsson, K.M., Vostroknutov, A., 2017. Small-World Conservatives and Rigid Liberals: Attitudes Towards Sharing in Self-Proclaimed Left and Right. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 135, 181-192

Erik Kimbrough
Kimbrough, E.O., Vostroknutov, A., 2016. Norms Make Preferences Social. The Journal of the European Economic Association, 14(3), 608-638
Appendices


Mengel, F., Tsakas, E., Vostroknutov, A., 2016. Past Experience of Uncertainty Affects Risk Aversion. Experimental Economics, 19(1), 151-176
Supplementary Material
Video of the talk at Risk, Uncertainty & Decision 2011
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Erik Kimbrough
Kimbrough, E.O., Vostroknutov, A., 2015. The Social and Ecological Determinants of Common Pool Resource Sustainability. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 72, 38-53

Rustichini, A., Vostroknutov, A., 2014. Merit and Justice: An Experimental Analysis of Attitude to Inequality. PLoS ONE 9(12): e114512
Vostroknutov, A., 2013. Preferences over Consumption and Status. Theory and Decision 74(4), 509-537
Vostroknutov, A., 2012. Non-probabilistic Decision Making with Memory Constraints. Economics Letters 117, 303-305



Hawes, D.R., Vostroknutov, A., Rustichini, A., 2012. Experience and Abstract Reasoning in Learning Backward Induction. Frontiers in Decision Neuroscience 6, 23


Vostroknutov, A., Tobler, P., Rustichini, A., 2012. Causes of Social Reward Differences Encoded in Human Brain. Journal of Neurophysiology 107, 1403-1412


Gneezy, U., Rustichini, A., Vostroknutov, A., 2010. Experience and Insight in the Race Game. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 75, 144-155
z-Tree programs and instructions

Submitted Papers




Dynamic Regret Avoidance, with Michele Fioretti and Giorgio Coricelli, University of Southern California and University of Trento
submitted to Management Science

The Impact of the Degree of Responsibility and Mutual Decision Making on Choices under Risk, with Gilbert Eijkelenboom and Ingrid Rohde, Maastricht University, University of Trento
R&R2 in Experimental Economics


The Role of Intelligence in Social Learning, with Luca Polonio and Giorgio Coricelli, University of Trento and University of Southern California
R&R in Scientific Reports
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Erik Kimbrough
A Portable Method of Eliciting Respect for Social Norms, with Erik Kimbrough, University of Trento and Chapman University
submitted to Journal of Economic Science Association

Working Papers

The Process of Choice in Games, with Giorgio Coricelli and Luca Polonio, University of Trento, book chapter for the Handbook of Experimental Game Theory

Erik Kimbrough
A Model of Frames and Norms in Games, with Erik Kimbrough and Joshua Miller, Chapman University, Università Bocconi, University of Trento
available upon request
The Bitterness of Unshared Victory in Competitive Environments
A Theory of Reciprocity with Incomplete Information, METEOR working paper RM/12/015 Maastricht University


Awareness in Repeated Games, with Friederike Mengel and Elias Tsakas, METEOR working paper RM/09/010 Maastricht University

Ongoing Projects

Emotions in Games: Behavioral and fMRI Study
with Arno Riedl, Evi Nalmpanti and Vincent van de Ven
Survival of Redistributive Institutions
with Mehmet Gurdal and Orhan Torul
Optimal Stopping in a Social Environment
with Michele Fioretti and Giorgio Coricelli
Continuous Games: fMRI Study
with Giorgio Coricelli
Transmission of Social Norms
with Folco Panizza and Giorgio Coricelli
Learning and Observation in Continuous Bandit Problems
with Folco Panizza and Giorgio Coricelli
Observational Learning in Normal Form Games
with Joshua Zonca and Luca Polonio
Observational Learning: fMRI study
with LDMg

Press

How much does political leaning influence giving, and what does that mean in broader terms?

Prof. Dr. Hartmut Kliemt on norm following and the emergence of social order

 


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