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Volume 64, issue 3-4, 2007

Alan Kirman: A non-representative economist pp. 269-274 Downloads
Alessandra Casella, Sylvie Thoron and Alain Trannoy
Risk-sharing networks pp. 275-294 Downloads
Yann Bramoullé and Rachel Kranton
Merit, approbation and the evolution of social structure pp. 295-315 Downloads
Robin Cowan and Nicolas Jonard
Segregation in networks pp. 316-336 Downloads
Giorgio Fagiolo, Marco Valente and Nicolaas J. Vriend
Learning foreign languages: Theoretical and empirical implications of the Selten and Pool model pp. 337-347 Downloads
Victor A. Ginsburgh, Ignacio Ortuño-Ortín and Shlomo Weber
Adaptive learning models of consumer behavior pp. 348-368 Downloads
Ed Hopkins
Social networking and individual outcomes beyond the mean field case pp. 369-390 Downloads
Yannis M. Ioannides and Adriaan Soetevent
Crime and segregation pp. 391-405 Downloads
O'Flaherty, Brendan and Rajiv Sethi
Networks and clubs pp. 406-425 Downloads
Frank Hismith Page and Myrna Wooders
Industrial dynamics, fiscal policy and R&D: Evidence from a computational experiment pp. 426-447 Downloads
Alberto Russo, Michele Catalano, Edoardo Gaffeo, Mauro Gallegati and Mauro Napoletano
From production networks to geographical economics pp. 448-469 Downloads
Gérard Weisbuch and Stefano Battiston

Volume 64, issue 2, 2007

The impact of English dominance on literature and welfare pp. 193-215 Downloads
Jacques Melitz
A Bayesian model of quasi-magical thinking can explain observed cooperation in the public good game pp. 216-231 Downloads
Joanna Masel
Equilibrium (dis)honesty pp. 232-249 Downloads
Damien Besancenot and Radu Vranceanu
Myopic loss aversion, disappointment aversion, and the equity premium puzzle pp. 250-268 Downloads
David Fielding and Livio Stracca

Volume 64, issue 1, 2007

The evolution of private property pp. 1-16 Downloads
Herbert Gintis
On the virtues of privatization when government is benevolent pp. 17-34 Downloads
Christoph Lülfesmann
Do cultures clash? Evidence from cross-national ultimatum game experiments pp. 35-48 Downloads
Swee-Hoon Chuah, Robert Hoffmann, Martin Keith Jones and Geoffrey Williams
Leadership and conflict pp. 49-68 Downloads
Alan Patrick Hamlin and Colin Jennings
Community, comparisons and subjective well-being in a divided society pp. 69-90 Downloads
Geeta Gandhi Kingdon and John B Knight
Samaritan versus rotten kid: Another look pp. 91-110 Downloads
Bouwe R. Dijkstra
Heterogeneous expectations, exchange rate dynamics and predictability pp. 111-128 Downloads
Sebastiano Manzan and Frank Westerhoff
Information and endogenous first mover advantages in the ultimatum game: An evolutionary approach pp. 129-143 Downloads
Anders Poulsen
An experimental test of strategic trade policy pp. 144-156 Downloads
Dirk Engelmann and Hans-Theo Normann
It ain't what you do, it's the way that you do it: Characteristics of procedural justice and their importance in social decision-making pp. 157-170 Downloads
Paul Dolan, Richard Edlin, Aki Tsuchiya and Allan Wailoo
Why do people pay taxes? Prospect theory versus expected utility theory pp. 171-192 Downloads
Sanjit Dhami and Ali al-Nowaihi

Volume 63, issue 4, 2007

Academic science and entrepreneurship: Dual engines of growth? pp. 573-576 Downloads
Adam Jaffe, Josh Lerner, Scott Stern and Marie Thursby
Are there real effects of licensing on academic research? A life cycle view pp. 577-598 Downloads
Marie Thursby, Jerry Thursby and Swasti Gupta-Mukherjee
The determinants of faculty patenting behavior: Demographics or opportunities? pp. 599-623 Downloads
Pierre Azoulay, Waverly Ding and Toby Stuart
The role of patents for bridging the science to market gap pp. 624-647 Downloads
Thomas Hellmann
Do formal intellectual property rights hinder the free flow of scientific knowledge?: An empirical test of the anti-commons hypothesis pp. 648-687 Downloads
Fiona Murray and Scott Stern
Publications, patents, and the market for university inventions pp. 688-715 Downloads
Daniel W. Elfenbein
Biomedical academic entrepreneurship through the SBIR program pp. 716-738 Downloads
Andrew A. Toole and Dirk Czarnitzki
The effects of patent litigation on university licensing efforts pp. 739-755 Downloads
Scott Shane and Deepak Somaya
Academic science and the birth of industrial research laboratories in the U.S. pharmaceutical industry pp. 756-776 Downloads
Jeffrey L. Furman and Megan MacGarvie

Volume 63, issue 3, 2007

Esteem and ignorance pp. 373-383 Downloads
Tyler Cowen and Amihai Glazer
Trembles may support cooperation in a repeated prisoner's dilemma game pp. 384-393 Downloads
Jung-Kyoo Choi
Choosing a common project: Experimental evidence on the multibidding mechanism pp. 394-411 Downloads
David Perez-Castrillo and Róbert Ferenc Veszteg
Teams take the better risks pp. 412-422 Downloads
Bettina Rockenbach, Abdolkarim Sadrieh and Barbara Mathauschek
Ethnic divisions, trust, and the size of the informal sector pp. 423-438 Downloads
David Dreyer Lassen
Religion and education: Evidence from the National Child Development Study pp. 439-460 Downloads
Sarah Brown and Karl Taylor
Optimal law enforcement and criminal organization pp. 461-474 Downloads
Nuno Garoupa
Role of risk sharing and transaction costs in contract choice: Theory and evidence from groundwater contracts pp. 475-496 Downloads
Rimjhim M. Aggarwal
A behavioural foundation for models of evolutionary drift pp. 497-513 Downloads
José Ramón Uriarte
Pushing incomes to reference points: Why do male doctors earn more? pp. 514-536 Downloads
John A. Rizzo and Richard J. Zeckhauser
Turnover activity in wealth portfolios pp. 537-552 Downloads
Carolina Castaldi and Mishael Milaković
Split-awards and disputes: An experimental study of a strategic model of litigation pp. 553-572 Downloads
Claudia M. Landeo, Maxim Nikitin and Linda Babcock

Volume 63, issue 2, 2007

Introduction to special issue on markets as evolving algorithms pp. 207-208 Downloads
Barkley Rosser
Markets come to bits: Evolution, computation and markomata in economic science pp. 209-242 Downloads
Philip Mirowski
Comment on "Markets Come to Bits: Evolution, Computation, and Markomata in Economic Science" pp. 243-246 Downloads
John Conlisk
Market theories evolve, and so do markets pp. 247-255 Downloads
Daniel Friedman
Markets are more than Bits pp. 256-261 Downloads
Hakan J Holm
Comments on Prof. Mirowski's "Markets Come to Bits: Evolution, Computation and Markomata in Economic Science" pp. 262-265 Downloads
Kenneth L. Judd
Philosophizing with a hammer? A critique of Mirowski's markomata informed by continental philosophy pp. 266-283 Downloads
James Juniper
The basic unit of economic analysis: Individuals or markets?: A comment on "Markets come to bits" by Phil. Mirowski pp. 284-294 Downloads
Alan P. Kirman
The leap from free markets to autonomous markets pp. 295-306 Downloads
Ross M Miller
Meso comes to markets: Comment on `Markets come to bits' pp. 307-312 Downloads
Jason Potts and Kate Morrison
Comment on "Markets come to bits: Evolution, computation and markomata in economic science", by Philip Mirowski pp. 313-315 Downloads
Kislaya Prasad
Comment on "Markets Come to Bits" pp. 316-320 Downloads
Stephen Spear
A commentary on Mirowski's Market Comes to Bits: Evolution, Computation and Markomata in Economic Science: A view from theory-design relationship in engineering pp. 321-332 Downloads
Eswaran Subrahmanian
Agents come to bits: Towards a constructive comprehensive taxonomy of economic entities pp. 333-346 Downloads
Leigh S Tesfatsion
Markets blown to bits: Comments on Mirowski's "Markomata" pp. 347-353 Downloads
Michael Wellman
Comments on Phillip Mirowski's article: Markets Come to Bits: Evolution, Computation and Markomata in Economic Science pp. 354-358 Downloads
Stefano Zambelli
On kicking the habit: A response to the JEBO Symposium on "Markets Come to Bits" pp. 359-371 Downloads
Philip Mirowski

Volume 63, issue 1, 2007

Self-referential behaviour, overreaction and conventions in financial markets pp. 1-24 Downloads
Matthieu Wyart and Jean-Philippe Bouchaud
Stochastic cascades, credit contagion, and large portfolio losses pp. 25-54 Downloads
Ulrich Horst
Bidding behavior at sequential first-price auctions with(out) supply uncertainty: A laboratory analysis pp. 55-72 Downloads
Tibor Neugebauer and Paul Pezanis-Christou
Parochial corruption pp. 73-87 Downloads
Christopher Kingston
Social distance and reciprocity: An Internet experiment pp. 88-103 Downloads
Gary Charness, Ernan Haruvy and Doron Sonsino
Specialization and competition in marriage models pp. 104-119 Downloads
Hiromi Nosaka
Participation games: Market entry, coordination, and the beautiful blonde pp. 120-137 Downloads
Simon Anderson and Maxim Peter Engers
First things first? The agenda formation problem for multi-issue committees pp. 138-157 Downloads
Francesca Flamini
Evaluating tradable property rights for natural resources: The role of strategic entry and exit pp. 158-176 Downloads
Sylvia Brandt
Why is labour-managed firm entry so rare?: An analysis of UK manufacturing data pp. 177-192 Downloads
Jan M. Podivinsky and Geoff Stewart
The effects of prior beliefs and learning on consumers' acceptance of genetically modified foods pp. 193-206 Downloads
Wallace E. Huffman, Matthew C Rousu, Jason Shogren and Abebayehu Tegene
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