© 2019 by Fabio Tufano.

PUBLICATIONS

11. 
Re-examining how utility and weighting functions get their shapes: a quasi-adversarial collaboration providing a new interpretation

Management Science Forthcoming (with Despoina Alempaki, Emina Canic, Timothy Mullett, William Skylark, Chris Starmer and Neil Stewart)

10. 
On the priming of risk preferences: The role of fear and general affect

Journal of Economic Psychology Forthcoming (with Despoina Alempaki and Chris Starmer)

9. 
To Replicate or Not To Replicate? Exploring Reproducibility in Economics through the Lens of a Model and a Pilot Study

Economic Journal 2017, 127(605), F209-F235 (with Zacharias Maniadis and John A. List)

8. 
The Research Reproducibility Crisis and Economics of Science

Economic Journal 2017, 127(605) F200-F208 (with Zacharias Maniadis)

7. 
The Effect of Voluntary Participation on Cooperation

Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 2017, 142, 307-319 (with Daniele Nosenzo)

6. 
The Value of Vulnerability: The Transformative Capacity of Risky Trust

Judgment and Decision Making 2017, 12(4), 408-414 (with Luigino Bruni)

5. 
How to Make Experimental Economics Research More Reproducible: Lessons from Other Disciplines and a New Proposal

Research in Experimental Economics 2015, Volume 18: Replication in Economic Experiments. Eds. Deck, C. Fatas, E., and Rosenblat, T. Emerald Group Publishing (with Zacharias Maniadis and John A. List)

4. 
Measuring the Closeness of Relationships: A Comprehensive Evaluation of the ‘Inclusion of the Other in the Self’ Scale

PLOS ONE 2015, 10: e0129478 (with Simon Gächter and Chris Starmer)

3. 
One Swallow Doesn’t Make a Summer: Reply to Kataria

Econ Journal Watch 2014, 11(1): 11–16 (with Zacharias Maniadis and John A. List)

2. 
One Swallow Doesn’t Make a Summer: New Evidence on Anchoring Effects

American Economic Review 2014, 104(1): 277–290 (with Zacharias Maniadis and John A. List)

1. 
Are ‘True’ Preferences Revealed in Repeated Markets? Experimental Demonstration of Context-dependent Valuations.

Experimental Economics 2010, 13(1), 1-13

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