Associate Professor, Director of CELBER, and Undergraduate Supervisor
|Degrees:||B.A. (Lewis & Clark), M.A., Ph.D. (Arizona)|
|Phone:||613-520-2600 x 1509|
Languages spoken other than English: Slovak
Research fields: behavioural and experimental economics
• experimental methods
• behavioural theory
• economic psychology
Refereed Publications in the Last 6 Years:
“Correlated beliefs: Experimental evidence from 2×2 games,” with Timothy Cason and Tridib Sharma, Games and Economic Behavior, 2020, 122, 256-276.
“Bidding Behavior and Price Search in Internet Auctions,” International Journal of Industrial Organization, Volume 54 September 2017, Pages 125–147.
“Honesty and Informal Agreements,” (with Martin Dufwenberg and Maroš Servátka), Games & Economic Behavior, Volume 102, March 2017, Pages 269–285.
“Status Quo Effects in Fairness Games: Reciprocal Responses to Acts of Commission vs. Acts of Omission,” (with James C. Cox and Maroš Servátka), Experimental Economics, Volume 20, Number 1, March 2017, Pages 1–18.
“Status Quo Effects in Fairness Games: Reciprocal Responses to Acts of Commission vs. Acts of Omission,” (with James C. Cox and Maroš Servátka), Experimental Economics, 2016, pp. 1-18.
Most Significant Career Research Contributions:
“Sick Pay Provision in Laboratory Labor Markets,” (with Peter Dürsch and Jörg Oechssler), European Economic Review Volume 56, Number 1, 2012, Pages 1-19.
“Legitimacy of Control,” (with Wendelin Schnedler), Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, Volume 20, Number 4, 2011, Pages 985-1009.
“Words Speak Louder Than Money,” (with Maroš Servátka and Steven Tucker), Journal of Economic Psychology, Volume 32, Number 5, 2011, Pages 700–709.
“Mandatory Sick Pay Provision: A Labor Market Experiment,” (with Stefan Bauernschuster, Peter Dürsch and Jörg Oechssler), Journal of Public Economics, Volume 94, Number 11–12, 2010, Pages 870–877.
“Saliency of Outside Options in the Lost Wallet Game,” (with James C. Cox and Maroš Servátka), Experimental Economics, Volume 13, Number 1, 2010, Pages 66–74.