PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Timothy C. Salmon and Roberto A. Weber (forthcoming). “Maintaining efficiency while integrating entrants from lower-performing environments: An experimental study.” The Economic Journal.

Giovanna d’Adda, Donja Darai Nicola Pavanini and Roberto A. Weber (forthcoming). “Do leaders affect ethical conduct?” Journal of the European Economic Association.

Andreas Blume, Peter H. Kriss and Roberto A. Weber (forthcoming). “Pre-play communication with forgone costly message: Experimental evidence on forward induction.” Experimental Economics.

Peter H. Kriss, Andreas Blume and Roberto A. Weber (2016). “Coordination with decentralized costly communication.” The Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 130: 225-241

Peter H. Kriss, Erte Xiao and Roberto A. Weber (2016). “Turning a blind eye, but not the other cheek: On the robustness of costly punishment.” The Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 128: 159-177.

Amy K. Choy, John R. Hamman, Ronald R. King and Roberto A. Weber (2016). “Delegated bargaining in a competitive agent market: An experimental study.” Journal of the Economic Science Association, 2(1): 22-35.

Jordi Brandts, David J. Cooper and Roberto A. Weber (2015). “Legitimacy, communication and leadership in the turnaround game.” Management Science, 61(11): 2627-2645.

Björn Bartling, Roberto A. Weber and Lan Yao (2015). “Do markets erode social responsibility?” The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 130 (1): 219-266.

Eva Ranehill, Anna Dreber, Magnus Johannesson, Susanne Leiberg, Sunhae Sul and Roberto A. Weber (2015). “Assessing the robustness of power posing: No effect on hormones and risk tolerance in a large sample of men and women.” Psychological Science, 26(5): 653-656.

Sotiris Georganas, P. J. Healy and Roberto A. Weber (2015). “On the persistence of strategic sophistication.” Journal of Economic Theory, 159(A): 369-400.

Jordi Brandts, Acya Ebru Giritigil and Roberto A. Weber (2015). “An experimental study of persuasion bias and social influence in networks.” European Economic Review, 80: 214-229.

Björn Bartling, Florian Engl and Roberto A. Weber (2015). “Game form misconceptions are not necessary for a willingness-to-pay vs. willingness-to-accept gap.” Journal of the Economic Science Association, 1(1): 72-85.

Jason L. Brown, Patrick R. Martin, Donald V. Moser and Roberto A. Weber (2015). “The consequences of hiring lower-wage workers in an incomplete-contract environment.” The Accounting Review, 90(3): 941-966.

Björn Bartling, Florian Engl and Roberto A. Weber (2014). “Does willful ignorance deflect punishment? - An experimental study.” European Economic Review, 70: 512-524.

Erin L. Krupka and Roberto A. Weber (2013). “Identifying norms using coordination games: Why does dictator game sharing vary?” Journal of the European Economic Association, 11(3): 495-524.

Francesca Gino, Erin L. Krupka and Roberto A. Weber (2013). “License to cheat: Voluntary regulation and unethical behavior.” Management Science, 59(10): 2187-2203.

Peter H. Kriss, Rosemarie Nagel, Roberto A. Weber (2013). “Implicit vs. explicit deception in ultimatum games with incomplete information.” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 93: 337-346.

Wei Siong Neo, Michael Yu, Roberto A. Weber and Cleotilde Gonzalez (2013). “The effects of time delay in reciprocity games.” Journal of Economic Psychology, 34: 20-35.

Edward P. Lazear, Ulrike Malmendier and Roberto A. Weber (2012). “Sorting in experiments with application to social preferences.” American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 4(1): 136-63.

Bill McEvily, Joseph Radzevick and Roberto A. Weber (2012). “Whom do you trust and how much does it cost? An experiment on the measurement of trust.” Games and Economic Behavior, 74(1): 285-298.

John Hamman, Roberto A. Weber and Jonathan Woon (2011). “An experimental investigation of electoral delegation and the provision of public goods.” American Journal of Political Science, 55(4): 737-751.

Peter H. Kriss, George Loewenstein, Xianghong Wang and Roberto A. Weber (2011). “Behind the veil of ignorance: Self-serving bias in climate change negotiations.” Judgment and Decision Making, 6(7): 602-615.

Shimon Kogan, Anthony M. Kwasnica and Roberto A. Weber (2011). “Coordination in the presences of asset markets.” The American Economic Review, 101(2): 927-947.

John Hamman, George Loewenstein and Roberto A. Weber (2010). “Self-interest through delegation: An additional rationale for the principal-agent relationship.” The American Economic Review, 100(4): 1826-1846.

Emily Haisley and Roberto A. Weber (2010). “Self-serving interpretations of ambiguity in other-regarding behavior.” Games and Economic Behavior, 68(2): 634-645.

Scott Rick and Roberto A. Weber (2010). “Meaningful learning and transfer of learning in games played repeatedly without feedback.” Games and Economic Behavior, 68(2): 716-730.

Erin Krupka and Roberto A. Weber (2009). “The focusing and informational effects of norms on pro-social behavior.” The Journal of Economic Psychology, 30(3): 307-320.

Gary Hsieh, Robert Kraut, Scott E. Hudson and Roberto A. Weber (2008). “Can markets help? Applying market mechanisms to improve synchronous communication.” In Proceedings of Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2008): 535-544.

John Hamman, Scott Rick and Roberto A. Weber (2007). “Solving coordination failure with ‘all-or-none’ group-level incentives.” Experimental Economics, 10(3): 285-303.

John W. Patty and Roberto A. Weber (2007). “Letting the good times roll: A theory of voter inference and experimental evidence.” Public Choice, 130(3-4): 293-310.

Jason Dana, Roberto A. Weber and Jason Xi Kuang (2007). “Exploiting ‘moral wriggle room’: Experiments demonstrating an illusory preference for fairness.” Economic Theory, 33(1): 67-80.

Jason Xi Kuang, Roberto A. Weber and Jason Dana (2007). “How effective is advice from interested parties? An experimental test using a pure coordination game” Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 62(4): 591-604.

Roberto A. Weber (2006). “Managing growth to achieve efficient coordination in large groups.” The American Economic Review, 96(1): 114-126.

John W. Patty and Roberto A. Weber (2006). “Agreeing to fight: An explanation of the ‘Democratic Peace.” Politics, Philosophy & Economics, 5(3): 305-320.

George Loewenstein, Don A. Moore and Roberto A. Weber (2006). “Misperceiving the value of information in predicting the performance of others.” Experimental Economics, 9(3): 281-295.

A condensed version of this paper appears as: George Loewenstein, Don A. Moore and Roberto A. Weber (2003). “Paying $1 to lose $2: Misperceptions of the value of information in predicting the performance of others.” 2003 Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings.

Garrett Glasgow and Roberto A. Weber (2005). “Is there a relationship between election outcomes and perceptions of personal economic well-being? A test using post-election economic expectations.” Electoral Studies, 24(4): 581-601.

Roberto A. Weber, Colin Camerer and Marc Knez (2004). “Timing and virtual observability in ultimatum bargaining and ‘weak-link’ coordination games.” Experimental Economics, 7(1): 25-48.

Roberto A. Weber (2003). “'Learning' with no feedback in a competitive guessing game.” Games and Economic Behavior, 44(1): 134-144.

Roberto A. Weber and Colin Camerer (2003). “Cultural conflict and merger failure: An experimental approach.” Management Science, 49(4): 400-415.

Roberto A. Weber, Yuval Rottenstreich, Colin Camerer and Marc Knez (2001). “The illusion of leadership: Misattribution of cause in coordination games.” Organization Science, 12(5): 582-598.

Roberto A. Weber (2001). “Behavior and learning in the ‘dirty faces’ game.” Experimental Economics, 4(3): 229-242.

Richard McKelvey, Thomas Palfrey and Roberto A. Weber (2000). “The effects of payoff magnitude and heterogeneity on behavior in 2x2 games with unique mixed strategy equilibria.” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 42(4): 523-548.

Colin Camerer and Roberto A. Weber (1999). “The econometrics and behavioral economics of escalation of commitment in NBA draft choices.” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 39(1): 59-82.


INVITED PUBLICATIONS

Francesca Gino, Michael I. Norton and Roberto A. Weber (2016). “Motivated Bayesians: Feeling moral while acting egoistically.” Journal of Economic Perspectives, 30(3): 133-140.

Thomas Astebro, Holger Herz, Ramana Nanda, Roberto A. Weber (2014). “Seeking the roots of entrepreneurship: Insights from behavioral economics.” Journal of Economic Perspectives, 28(3): 49-70.

Ulrike Malmendier, Vera L. te Velde and Roberto A. Weber (2014). “Rethinking reciprocity.” Annual Review of Economics, 6: 849-874.

Peter H. Kriss and Roberto A. Weber (2013). “Economic laboratory experiments on organizational formation and change.” In Anna Grandori (Ed.) Handbook of Economic Organization. Edward Elgar.

Colin F. Camerer and Roberto A. Weber (2012). “Experimental Organizational Economics.” In Robert Gibbons and John Roberts (Eds.), Handbook of Organizational Economics. Princeton University Press.

Scott Rick and Roberto A. Weber (2012). “Meaningful learning in economic games.” In Norbert M. Seel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning. Heidelberg: Springer.

Jason Dana, George Loewenstein and Roberto A. Weber (2011). “Ethical immunity: How people violate their own moral standards without feeling they are doing so.” In Ann E. Tenbrunsel and David De Cremer (Eds.), Behavioral Ethics: Ideas on an Emerging Field, New York: Routledge.

Colin Camerer and Roberto A. Weber (2008). “Growing organizational culture in the laboratory.” In Charles R. Plott and Vernon L. Smith (Eds.), Handbook of Experimental Economics Results. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier.

Bill McEvily, Roberto A. Weber, Cristina Bicchieri and Violet Ho (2006). “Can groups be trusted? An experimental study of collective trust.” In R. Bachmann and A. Zaheer (Eds.), The Handbook of Trust Research. United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Roberto A. Weber and Colin Camerer (2006). “‘Behavioral’ experiments in economics” (Introduction to the special issue on behavioral economics). Experimental Economics, 9(3): 281-295.

Roberto A. Weber and Robyn Dawes (2005). “Behavioral economics.” In Neil Smelser and Richard Swedberg (Eds.), Handbook of Economic Sociology, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Roberto A. Weber (2001). “A review of ‘Robert J. Aumann: Collected Papers.’” Computational and Mathematical Organizational Theory, 7(1): 63-68.

George Loewenstein, Drazen Prelec and Roberto A. Weber (1999). “What me worry? A psychological perspective on economic aspects of retirement” in Henry J. Aaron (Ed.), Behavioral Dimensions of Retirement Economics, Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press.