Publications

Full CV (includes publications list)

Google Scholar citations

Publications in refereed journals

2017

  1. Choosing not to compete: Can firms maintain high prices by confusing consumers? [with Alexia Gaudeul], Journal of Economics, Management and Strategy, forthcoming.
  2. Better stuck together or free to go? Of the stability of cooperation when individuals have outside options. [with Alexia Gaudeul and Gerhard Riener], Journal of Economic Psychology, Volume 59, April 2017, Pages 99–112. Final version.
  3.  The Sound of Others: Surprising Evidence of Conformist Behavior [with Antonio FIlippin], Southern Economic Journal,  Volume 83, Issue 4, April 2017, pages 1038–51. Final version. A somewhat older version can be found on IDEAS.
  4. Modification des achats alimentaires en réponse à cinq logos nutritionnels [with Anne Lacroix, Laurent Muller, Bernard Ruffieux], Cahiers de Nutrition et de Diététique, forthcoming.

2016

  1. A Reconsideration of Gender Differences in Risk Attitudes [with Antonio Filippin], Management Science, volume 62, Issue 11, November 2016, pages 3138-3160. Online first version here. A somewhat older but free access version can be found on IDEAS.
  2. A Theoretical and Experimental Appraisal of Four Risk Elicitation Methods [with Antonio Filippin], Experimental Economics, September 2016, Volume 19, Issue 3, pp 613–641. Online first version here. A somewhat older but free access version can be found on IDEAS.
  3. Intellectual property rights hinder sequential innovation: experimental evidence [with Julia Brueggemann, Lukas Meub and Kilian Bizer], Research Policy, Volume 45, Issue 10, December 2016, Pages 2054–2068. Final version. A somewhat older version can be found on IDEAS, SSRN.
  4. Helping consumers with a front-of-pack label: numbers or colours? Experimental comparison between Guideline Daily Amount and Traffic Light in a diet-building exercise [with Laurent Muller and Bernard Ruffieux], Journal of Economic Psychology, Volume 55, August 2016, Pages 30–50. Online first version here. A somewhat older but free access version can be found on IDEAS.
  5. A Monetary Measure of the Strength and Robustness of the Attraction Effect
    [with Alexia Gaudeul], Economics Letters, Volume 149, December 2016, Pages 38–43. Final version. A pre-print version can be found here.
  6. Click’n’Roll: No Evidence of Illusion of Control [with Antonio Filippin], De Economist, September 2016, Volume 164, Issue 3, pp 281–295. Final version. The working paper version can be found on IDEAS.
  7. Réponses des consommateurs à trois systèmes d’étiquetage nutritionnel face avant [with Laurent Muller and Bernard Ruffieux], Cahiers de Nutrition et de Diététique, Vol.51, no.3, June 2016, pages 124-131. Final version.

2015

  1. A Study of Outcome Reporting Bias Using Gender Differences in Risk Attitudes [with Antonio Filippin and Janna Heider], CESifo Economic Studies, Volume 61 Issue 1 (2015). Published version here. A somewhat older but free access version can be found on IDEAS.

2013

  1. The ‘Bomb’ Risk Elicitation Task [with Antonio Filippin]  Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, Volume 47, Issue 1, pp 31-65 (2013). Final version on Springer. A somewhat older but free access version can be found on IDEAS, SSRN.

Publications in refereed conference proceedings

2010

  1. To patent or not to patent: a pilot experiment on incentives to copyright in a sequential innovation setting,  Open Source Software: New Horizons. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology. Volume 319, pp 53-72 (2010). Final version on Springer. A somewhat different (but larger and free access) version can be found on IDEAS, SSRN.

Working Papers

  1. Safe options induce gender differences in risk attitudes [with Antonio Filippin], GAEL Working Paper n° 05/2017. Find it here.
  2. The experience matters: participation-related rewards increase the success chances of crowdfunding campaigns [with Tobias Regner], GAEL Working Paper n° 04/2017. Find it on HAL.
  3. Safe options induce gender differences in risk attitudes [with Antonio Filippin], GAEL Working Paper n° 05/2017.
  4. Crowdfunding: Determinants of success and funding dynamics [with Tobias Regner], Jena Economic Research Papers 2014-035. Find it on IDEAS.
  5. Chance versus Choice: eliciting attitudes to fair compensations [with John Bone, John Hey and Carmen Pasca], Jena Economic Research Paper 2013-029. Find it on IDEAS, SSRN.
  6. A flexible z-Tree implementation of the Social Value Orientation Slider Measure (Murphy et al. 2011) – Manual. [with Ori Weisel and Fabian Winter], Jena Economic Research Papers 2012-062. Find it on IDEAS, SSRN.
  7. Availability of Information and Representation Effects in the Centipede Game [with Marco Mantovani], Jena Economic Research Paper JERP 2012-051. Find it on IDEAS, SSRN.
  8. Motives of Sanctioning: Equity and Emotions in a Public Good Experiment with Punishment [with Werner Güth, Luigi Mittone and Matteo Ploner], Jena Economic Research Paper JERP 2012-046. Find it on IDEAS, SSRN.
  9. Turning private vices into collective virtues: a simple model and an experiment on the SourceForge development community, University of Milan DEAS Working Paper 14-2009. Find it on IDEAS, SSRN.

Work in Progress

  1. Social norms, social multipliers and nutrition public policies: an experiment [with Laurent Muller]
  2. Experimental evaluation of the performance of nutritional labels [with Bernard Ruffiex and Laurent Muller]
  3. Hoping for, Receiving and Accepting Gifts. A Neuroeconomics Experiment [with Werner Güth, Wolfgang Miltner and Holger Hecht]
  4. Measuring context effects [with Alexia Gaudeul]
  5. Individual versus Collective Punishment: an Intergroup Public Good Experiment [with Werner Güth and Luigi Mittone]

Older works

European studies (in Italian)

  1. Il ‘miracolo americano’ della produttività e l’Europa. Fine della convergenza?, Biblioteca della Libertà XLI, n.184, Luglio – Settembre 2006. Find it in Italian on BdL website or, in a slightly earlier version as a URGE Working Paper (WP 3-2005)
  2. La Direttiva Bolkestein: vicissitudini e problemi aperti, Biblioteca della Libertà XLII, n.186, Gennaio – Marzo 2007. Find it in Italian on BdL website (as part of a special section on Bolkestein Directive) or on URGE website.

Transition Economics – Studi-paese (in Italian)

  1. Capitolo 8: Russia, (with C. Boffito and F. Chiesa) in Assetto Produttivo, Competitività e Crescita nei Paesi in Transizione, CIRPET (Centro Interdipartimentale di Ricerca sui Paesi Emergenti e in Transizione), Università di Torino, 2004. Find it in Italian on CIRPET website.
  2. Capitolo 9: Ucraina, (with F. Chiesa) in Assetto Produttivo, Competitività e Crescita nei Paesi in Transizione, CIRPET (Centro Interdipartimentale di Ricerca sui Paesi Emergenti e in Transizione), Università di Torino, 2004. Find it in Italian on CIRPET website.
  3. Competition and cooperation: Italian SMEs go international, presented at the UNECE Expert Meeting on Good Governance for SMEs‘, UNECE, Geneva, 1-2 April 2004. Find it (in English) on the CIRPET website.

Other works

  1. The Case for Weaker IP Regulations, an invited article appeared on The Transatlantic.
  2. L’importanza economica della peer production (in Italian), an introductory article on QuadranteFuturo about the Open Source movement and Open Content over the Internet.
  3. Russia. Fine della ricostruzione, inizio di una nuova era? (in Italian), the summary of a presentation held at the Luigi Einaudi centre in Torino about Putin’s Russia.
  4. Data analysis on the 2009 European Parliamentary Elections (in Italian). The reports can be found here (written just before the ballot) and here (with an analysis of results).

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