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Zizzo, Daniel John

Occupation: Professor of Economics, School of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of East Anglia. My primary administrative roles are as Head of School and Associate Dean (Research). I am a Research Associate in the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis (CAMA) at Australian National University and a member of the UEA Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science (CBESS), of the ESRC Centre for Competition Policy (CCP), of the Department of Health Behaviour and Health Research Unit (BHRU), of the UTS Paul Woolley Centre for Capital Market Dysfunctionality and of the CASS Behavioural Finance Working Group. I am also a Coordinating Editor of Theory and Decision.

Research Interests: I am primarily an experimental and behavioral economist. Much (though not all) of my research is motivated by the search for more realistic empirical and theoretical foundations of economic decision-making, using mainly experimental, but also analytical and computational, methods as required. Current research interests include bounded rationality, models of expectation formation and behavioral macroeconomics, behavioral and cognitive game theory, cooperation, trust, social desirability and social preferences, and the methodology of experimental economics. They more generally include macroeconomic and microeconomic applications of theoretical ideas. I consider myself a mainstream economist, but one interested in pushing forward the boundaries of mainstream economics.

Mail Address: School of Economics, University of East Anglia, Norwich Research Park, Norwich NR4 7TJ, United Kingdom.

In what follows you can find out about my prizes, publications, unpublished preprints, refereeing activity, teaching (including my inaugural lecture) and administrative experience. There is also some information for people that want to know more about experimental research, a tribute to my late mentor, Michael Bacharach, and information on a special issue and book on "Transfer of Knowledge in Economic Decision-Making". I am a member of the ESRC Peer Review College, of the Forum of Consumer Experts of the U.K. Office of Rail Regulation, and of the Editorial board for the Journal of Consumer Policy; I recently helped co-organize a conference on "Fairness, Trust and Emotions in Finance" (London, July 1-2, 2010). I have been offered external funding from the Bank of England, the British Academy, the Department of Health, the ESRC, the Nuffield Foundation, the OECD and the University of Technology Sydney.

For the January 2010 ranking of economics journals by Combes and Linnemer, see here; for the European Economic Association ranking, see here; alternative recent rankings which take into account a more global impact of journals but is less complete for interdisciplinary journals can be found in New Approaches to Ranking Economics Journals by Yolanda K. Kodrzycki and Pingkang David Yua; a UK Research Assessment Exercise targeted list is the Keele list of 442 economics journals; UEA uses primarily this list as guidance but assigning 3* (the equivalent of A in some rankings) to Experimental Economics and Environmental and Resource Economics. A ranking updated yearly (rather not discriminating at the top) is the Australian Business Deans Council list; the UK list most commonly used by business schools (if somewhat selective, and odd in places, in terms of Economics journals – as the perspective is not one of Economics departments -) is the ABS ranking. A very comprehensive list – in terms of range of subjects covered – is the Australian ERA ranking. In the ‘hard’ sciences the standard way of ranking journals is by using the crude impact factor, defined as the number of times the papers published in the journal are cited divided by the sum of papers published by the journal (in the preceding two years); for example, Physica A and Experimental Economics had 2011 impact factors of 1.373 and 1.364, respectively (vs., e.g., 1.152 for Economica, 1.069 for the Journal of Economic Psychology, 1.459 for the Journal of Public Economics, 1.559 for the International Economic Review and 0.829 for Games and Economic Behavior). The crude impact factor does have specific limitations that can be dealt with suitable weightings, as discussed for example in Kalaitzidakis et al.. That being said, any ranking of economics journals of course suffers from a number of general limitations, many of which are well summarized in Hodgson and Rothman, and more technical ones are discussed in Wall.

For other information, see here and my university webpage, though note that this page is updated more frequently than my university webpage. My Academia.edu profile can be found here.

 

Prizes

2010 ESA Experimental Economics Editor’s Award.

2009 Kenneth J. Arrow Senior Prize.

 

Selected Four Publications from 2008 Onwards

  1. Y. Breitmoser, J.H.W. Tan and D.J. Zizzo, "Understanding Perpetual R&D Races", Economic Theory, 44(3), September 2010, pp. 445-467. Earlier edition available as University of Nottingham CeDEx Discussion Paper 2008-04 and also available as University of East Anglia ESRC Centre for Competition Policy Working Paper 08-22, March 2008; corresponding electronic appendices.
  2. "Experimenter Demand Effects in Economic Experiments", Experimental Economics 13(1), March 2010, 75-98. Old version available as Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, July 2008. Winner of the 2010 ESA Experimental Economics Editor’s Award.
  3. G.D. Menzies and D.J. Zizzo, "Inferential Expectations", B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics 9(1) (Advances), Article 42. Abstract. Winner of the 2009 Kenneth J. Arrow Senior Prize. Formally January 2009, but accepted September 2009 and published December 2009.
  4. S.P. Hargreaves Heap and D.J. Zizzo, "The Value of Groups", American Economic Review 99(1), March 2009, pp. 295–323. Most recent version with electronic appendices (January 2008).

 

Complete List of Publications

  1. S.P. Hargreaves Heap, J.H.W. Tan and D.J. Zizzo, "Trust, Inequality and the Market", Theory and Decision, forthcoming. Earlier version available as Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, April 2009. Referred to in a New York Times blog, in an El Pais article and elsewhere.
  2. S. Sitzia and D.J. Zizzo, "Price Lower and then Higher or Price Higher and then Lower?", Journal of Economic Psychology, 33(6), December 2012, 1084-1099. Earlier version available as Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, February 2010. Experimental instructions.
  3. B. Lyons, G.D. Menzies and D.J. Zizzo, "Conflicting Evidence and Decisions by Agency Professionals: An Experimental Test in the Context of Merger Regulation", Theory and Decision, 73(3), September 2012, 465-499. Earlier version available as University of East Anglia Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science Working Paper 09-16, December 2009.
  4. G.D. Menzies and D.J. Zizzo, "Monetary Policy and Inferential Expectations of Exchange Rates", Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 22(2), April 2012. Earlier version available under title "Exchange Rate Markets and Conservative Inferential Expectations", Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, December 2006; also available as Australian National University Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis Discussion Paper n. 2, January 2007.
  5. S.P. Hargreaves Heap, A. Verschoor and D.J. Zizzo, "A Test of the Experimental Method in the Spirit of Popper", Journal of Economic Methodology, 19(1), March 2012, 63-76. Earlier version available as University of East Anglia Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science Working Paper 09-17, December 2009.
  6. T. Henckel, G.D. Menzies, N. Prokhovnik and D.J. Zizzo, "Barro-Gordon Revisited: Reputational Equilibria with Inferential Expectations", Economics Letters, 112(2), August 2011, 144-147. Earlier version available as University of East Anglia School of Economics Applied Econometrics and Policy Working Paper n. 10/2010, October 2010. Also available as an Australian National University Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis Discussion Paper n. 29, October 2010.
  7. D.J. Zizzo and J.H.W. Tan, "Game Harmony: A Behavioral Approach to Predicting Cooperation in Games", American Behavioral Scientist, 55(8), August 2011, 987-1013. Old version available as Nottingham University Business School Research Paper No. 2009-10, April 2009.
  8. P. Fleming and D.J. Zizzo, "Social Desirability, Approval and Public Good Contribution", Personality and Individual Differences 51(3), August 2011, 258-262. Earlier version available as Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, December 2009, and as University of East Anglia Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science Working Paper 09-11, December 2009. This is a paper tailored for a psychology journal. Experimental instructions, press release and just three blogs – one from Management Issues, one from the Maddow Blog and one from Psychology Today – that refer to our work.
  9. D.J. Zizzo and P. Fleming, "Can Experimental Measures of Sensitivity to Social Pressure Predict Public Good Contribution?", Economics Letters, 111(3), June 2011, pp. 239-242. Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, February 2010. Also available as University of East Anglia Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science Working Paper 10-03, February 2010. Experimental instructions.
  10. S. Sitzia and D.J. Zizzo, "Does Product Complexity Matter for Competition in Experimental Retail Markets?", Theory and Decision 70(1), January 2011, pp. 65-82. Old version available as Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, November 2008. Slightly updated version available as a University of East Anglia ESRC Centre for Competition Policy Working Paper 08-33, December 2008.
  11. Y. Breitmoser, J.H.W. Tan and D.J. Zizzo, "Understanding Perpetual R&D Races", Economic Theory, 44(3), September 2010, pp. 445-467. Earlier edition available as University of Nottingham CeDEx Discussion Paper 2008-04 and also available as University of East Anglia ESRC Centre for Competition Policy Working Paper 08-22, March 2008; corresponding electronic appendices.
  12. M. Perugini, J.H.W. Tan and D.J. Zizzo, "Which is the More Predictable Gender? Public Good Contribution and Personality", Economic Issues 15(1), March 2010, pp. 83-110. Most recent version (November 2008).
  13. "Experimenter Demand Effects in Economic Experiments", Experimental Economics 13(1), March 2010, 75-98. Old version available as Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, July 2008. Winner of the 2010 ESA Experimental Economics Editor’s Award.
  14. G.D. Menzies and D.J. Zizzo, "Inferential Expectations", B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics 9(1) (Advances), Article 42. Abstract. Winner of the 2009 Kenneth J. Arrow Senior Prize. Formally January 2009, but accepted September 2009 and published December 2009.
  15. S.P. Hargreaves Heap and D.J. Zizzo, "The Value of Groups", American Economic Review 99(1), March 2009, pp. 295–323. Most recent version with electronic appendices (January 2008).
  16. D. Sgroi and D.J. Zizzo, "Learning to Play 3x3 Games: Neural Networks as Bounded-Rational Players", Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 69(1), January 2009, pp. 27-38. Most recent version and accompanying technical appendix (December 2007).
  17. "Anger and Economic Rationality", Journal of Economic Methodology 15(2), June 2008, pp. 147-167. Old version available here.
  18. J.H.W. Tan and D.J. Zizzo, "Groups, Cooperation and Conflict in Games", Journal of Socio-Economics 37(1), February 2008, pp. 1-17.
  19. "The Cognitive and Behavioral Economics of Envy", in R.H. Smith (ed.), "Envy: Theory and Research", Oxford University Press (Affective Science Series), 2008, pp. 190-210. An old version can be found here as a Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, May 2007. This working paper is discussed in a Forbes October 2007 article on ‘America’s most jealous cities’, and more generally some of my views on envy are reported in a New Scientist article on ‘Are humans cruel to be kind?’, dated May 13, 2009.
  20. M. Bacharach, G. Guerra and D.J. Zizzo, "The Self-Fulfilling Property of Trust: An Experimental Study", Theory and Decision 63(4), December 2007, pp. 349-388. Old version available here. Experimental Instructions and Raw Data.
  21. D.J. Zizzo and J.H.W. Tan, "Perceived Harmony, Similarity and Cooperation in 2 x 2 Games: An Experimental Study", Journal of Economic Psychology 28(3), June 2007, pp. 365-386. Old version available here. Experimental Instructions.
  22. D. Sgroi and D.J. Zizzo, "Neural Networks and Bounded Rationality", Physica A 375(2), 1 March 2007, pp. 717-725.
  23. W. Dutton, G.A. Guerra, D.J. Zizzo and M. Peltu, "The Cyber Trust Tension in E-Government: Balancing Identity, Privacy, Security", Information Polity 10(1-2), December 2005, pp. 13-23.
  24. "Transfer of Knowledge and the Similarity Function in Economic Decision-Making", in D.J. Zizzo (ed.), "Transfer of Knowledge in Economic Decision-Making", Palgrave Macmillan, 2005, pp. 1-27.
  25. "Simple and Compound Lotteries: Experimental Evidence and Neural Network Modelling",  in D.J. Zizzo (ed.), "Transfer of Knowledge in Economic Decision-Making", Palgrave Macmillan, 2005, pp. 166-193. Two computer displays from the experiment are shown here. The old version of the paper can be found here as Oxford University Department of Economics Discussion Paper n. 57, January 2001.
  26. "The Neuroeconomics of Anger", Homo Oeconomicus 21(3/4), December 2004, pp. 495-508.
  27. G. Guerra and D.J. Zizzo, "Trust Responsiveness and Beliefs", Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 55(1), September 2004, pp. 25-30. The more extended discussion paper version can be found here.
  28. "Inequality and Procedural Fairness in a Money Burning and Stealing Experiment", in F.A. Cowell (ed.), Research on Economic Inequality, volume 11, Elsevier, 2004. The discussion paper version can be found here as Oxford University Department of Economics Discussion Paper n. 155, April 2003. A Daily Telegraph blog refers to this work.
  29. "Money Burning and Rank Egalitarianism with Random Dictators", Economics Letters 81(2), November 2003, pp. 263-266.
  30. "Empirical Evidence on Interdependent Preferences: Nature or Nurture?", Cambridge Journal of Economics 27(6), November 2003, pp. 867-880.
  31. "Transfer of Knowledge in Economic Decision-Making: An Overview", Greek Economic Review 22(2), Summer 2003, pp. 1-10.
  32. "Verbal and Behavioral Learning in a Probability Compounding Task", Theory and Decision 54(4), June 2003, pp. 287-314.
  33. S. Stolarz-Fantino, E. Fantino, D.J. Zizzo and J. Wen, "The Conjunction Fallacy: New Evidence for Robustness", American Journal of Psychology 116(1), Spring 2003, pp. 15-34.
  34. "Neurobiological Measurements of Cardinal Utility: Hedonimeters or Learning Algorithms?", Social Choice and Welfare 19(3), July 2002, pp. 477-488. 
  35. "Racing with Uncertainty: A Patent Race Experiment", International Journal of Industrial Organization 20(6), June 2002, pp. 877-902.
  36. "Between Utility and Cognition: The Neurobiology of Relative Position", Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 48(1), May 2002, pp. 71-91.
  37. D.J. Zizzo and A.J. Oswald, "Are People Willing to Pay to Reduce Others’ Incomes?", Annales d’Economie et de Statistique 63-64, July-December 2001, pp. 39-62. Reviewed by The Economist, 16 February 2002 issue - and appeared in a few other places around the same time, including The Guardian, De Spiegel and the Oxford student journal Cherwell! Most recently, it has been referred to in the December 26, 2008, issue of the New York Times to explain ‘why we are still happy’ notwithstanding the recession.
  38. "Situational Determinants of Risk-Taking Behavior in a Lottery Race Game", Greek Economic Review 21(1), Spring 2001, pp. 37-51.
  39. D.J. Zizzo, S. Stolarz-Fantino, J. Wen and E. Fantino, "A Violation of the Monotonicity Axiom: Experimental Evidence on the Conjunction Fallacy", Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 41(3), March 2000, pp. 263-276.
  40. "Do Dictator Games Measure Altruism?", in L. Bruni and S. Zamagni (eds.), Handbook on the Economics of Philantropy, Reciprocity and Social Enterprise, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, forthcoming. Pre-publication version available as Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, August 2011, and also available as University of East Anglia Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science Working Paper 12-03, February 2012.
  41. "You Are Not in My Boat: Common Fate and Discrimination Against Outgroup Members", International Review of Economics 58(1), March 2011, pp. 91-103. Long old  version available as an Oxford University Department of Economics Discussion Paper n. 167, July 2003. February 2006 (short) Version. Experimental Instructions.
  42. "The Economics of Hate", Economic Issues, 14(2), September 2010, pp. 135-137. Book review on S. Cameron (2009), The Economics of Hate, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  43. G.D. Menzies and D.J. Zizzo, "Rational Expectations", in W. Darity Jr. (ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd Edition, Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, vol. 3, January 2008, pp. 51-53. A June 2006 variant on this entry can be found on the Social Science Research Network.
  44. "Endogenous Preferences", in W. Darity Jr. (ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd Edition, Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, vol. 2, January 2008, pp. 586-587. An October 2005 variant on this entry can be found on the Social Science Research Network.
  45. "Interdependent Preferences", in W. Darity Jr. (ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd Edition, Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, vol. 6, January 2008, pp. 437-438. An October 2005 variant on this entry can be found on the Social Science Research Network.
  46. "The Indeterminacy of the Beliefs, Preferences and Constraints Framework", commentary to H. Gintis, "A Framework for the Unification of the Behavioral Sciences", Behavioral and Brain Sciences 30, February 2007, pp. 44-45.
  47. "Economic Man: Self-Interest and Rational Choice", commentary to J. Henrich, R. Boyd, S. Bowles, C. Camerer, E. Fehr, H. Gintis, R. McElreath, M. Alvard, A. Barr, J. Ensminger, N.S. Henrich, K. Hill, F. Gil-White, M. Gurven, F.W. Marlowe, J.Q. Patton and D. Tracer, "'Economic Man' in cross-cultural perspective: Behavioral experiments in 15 small-scale societies", Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28, December 2005, pp. 837-838.
  48. "Serotonin, Dopamine and Cooperation", commentary to R.A. Depue and J.V. Morrone-Strupinsky, “A Neurobehavioral Model of Affiliative Bonding: Implications for Conceptualizing a Human Trait of Affiliation”, Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28, June 2005, p. 370.
  49. "Introspection and Intuition in the Decision Sciences", commentary to S. Roberts, "Self-Experimentation as a Source of New Ideas", Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27, April 2004, pp. 274-275.
  50. "From Reinforcement of Acts to Reinforcement of Social Preferences", commentary to H. Rachlin, "Altruism and Selfishness", Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25, April 2002, pp. 282-283.
  51. "Individual Psychology, Market Scaffolding and Behavioral Tests", commentary to R. Hertwig and A. Ortmann, "Experimental Practices in Economics: Lessons for Psychologists", Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24, June 2001, pp. 432-433.
  52. "Implicit Learning of (Boundedly) Rational Behaviour", commentary to K.E. Stanovich and R.F. West, "Individual Differences in Reasoning: Implications for the Rationality Debate", Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23, October 2000, pp. 700-701.
  53. Book Review of "Neural Networks: An Introductory Guide for Social Scientists" by G.D. Garson, Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 4(3), electronic journal, June 2001.
  54. "If Interdependent Preferences May Depend on Cognition", in M.W. Evens (ed.), Proceedings of the Ninth Midwest Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference, Menlo Park (Ca.): AAAI Press, 1998, pp. 58-65.
  55. "Relativity-Sensitive Preferences, Chameleons and Fair Wages", RISEC: International Review of Economics and Business 45, 1998, pp. 463-498. The journal is now known as International Review of Economics, published by Springer.
  56. "Why Do We Accept Money? An Economic Analysis", International Review of Economics and Business (Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Economiche e Commerciali) 42, 1995, pp. 769-792. The journal is now known as International Review of Economics, published by Springer.
  57. "Economia Sperimentale e Natura della Moneta" ("Experimental Economics and the Nature of Money"), Economia, Società e Istituzioni 7, 1995, pp. 73-87.

Edited Book

"Transfer of Knowledge in Economic Decision-Making" (edited book), Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.

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Unpublished and Archived Preprints

  1. T. Henckel, G. Menzies and D.J. Zizzo, "The Great Recession and the Two Dimensions of European Central Bank Credibility". Unpublished paper, August 2012.
  2. M. Fafchamps, B. Kebede and D.J Zizzo, "Keep Up With the Winners: Experimental Evidence on Risk Taking, Asset Integration, and Peer Effects". Unpublished paper, July 2012.
  3. F. Galeotti and D.J. Zizzo, "Trust and Trustworthiness with Singleton Groups", Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, February 2012. Also available as University of East Anglia Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science Working Paper 12-03, February 2012.
  4. "Inducing Natural Group Identity: A RDP Analysis", Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, January 2012. Also available as University of East Anglia Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science Working Paper 12-01, January 2012.
  5. "Confounds and Objectives in Economic Experiments", Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, August 2011. Also available as University of East Anglia Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science Working Paper 11-15, August 2011.
  6. B. Kebede and D.J. Zizzo, "Envy and Agricultural Innovation: An Experimental Case Study from Ethiopia", Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, March 2011. Also available as University of Oxford Centre for the Study of African Economies Working Paper 2011-06, March 2011, and as a University of East Anglia Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science Discussion Paper 11-12, March 2011. This version fully supersedes the earlier one posted in June 2010. Press release, immediate online impact record and ESRC dissemination page
  7. S.P. Hargreaves Heap and D.J. Zizzo, "Emotions and Chat in a Financial Markets Experiment", Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, March 2011. Also available as University of East Anglia Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science Working Paper 10-03, and as a University of Technology Sydney Paul Woolley Centre for the Study of Capital Market Dysfunctionality Working Paper 10, March 2011.
  8. K. Tsutsui and D.J. Zizzo, "Group Status, Minorities and Trust", Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, September 2010. Also available as University of East Anglia Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science Working Paper 10-10, September 2010.
  9. T. Henckel, G.D. Menzies and D.J. Zizzo, "Inferential Expectations and the Missing Middle of Price Changes", Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper and as University of East Anglia School of Economics Applied Econometrics and Policy Working Paper n. 8/2010, May 2010 (also downloadable from here).
  10. Y. Breitmoser, J.H.W. Tan and D.J. Zizzo, "On the Beliefs off the Path: Equilibrium Refinement due to Quantal Response and Level-k", University of Nottingham CeDEx Discussion Paper 2010-07, March 2010. Also available as University of East Anglia Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science Working Paper 10-05, March 2010. The working paper includes the experimental instructions as an appendix.
  11. F. Bolle, J.H.W. Tan and D.J. Zizzo, "Vendettas", University of Nottingham CeDEx Discussion Paper 2010-02, February 2010. Also available as University of East Anglia Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science Working Paper 10-04, February 2010. Experimental instructions. Covered in People Management and in an online blog on the cost of workplace conflict.
  12. T. Henckel, G.D. Menzies and D.J. Zizzo, "Threshold Pricing in a Noisy World", Australian National University Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis Discussion Paper n. 1, January 2010.
  13. G.D. Menzies and D.J. Zizzo, "Uncertainty, Choices and Prices in a Market for Lotteries", Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, September 2009. This is mostly overlapping with our October 2008 discussion paper, but employs a different angle and the overlap is not complete. Electronic appendices.
  14. S.P. Hargreaves Heap, A. Verschoor and D.J. Zizzo, "Out-Group Favouritism", Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, July 2009.
  15. G.D. Menzies and D.J. Zizzo, "News and Expectations in Financial Markets: An Experimental Study", Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, October 2008. Also available as an Australian National University Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis Discussion Paper n. 34, October 2008. Most recent version (December 2009) and corresponding electronic appendices.
  16. G.D. Menzies and D.J. Zizzo, "Do Only Economists Rely on Statistical Significance?", Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, August 2008. Experimental instructions. For more details on this experiment, see Menzies and Zizzo (2005) below.
  17. Y. Breitmoser, J.H.W. Tan and D.J. Zizzo, "The Enthusiastic Few, Peer Effects and Entrapping Bandwagons", Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, March 2007.
  18. Y. Breitmoser, J.H.W. Tan and D.J. Zizzo, "A Test of Perpetual R&D Races", University of East Anglia ESRC Centre for Competition Policy Working Paper 06-11, July 2006.
  19. G.D. Menzies and D.J. Zizzo, "Inferential Expectations", Australian National University Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis Discussion Paper n. 12, June 2005. Also available as University of Technology Sydney Quantitative Finance Research Paper n. 159, May 2005. Electronic appendices. This paper contains experimental evidence and is a very different paper from the 2004 discussion paper referred to below. 
  20. "Cooperation and Harmony in Finite Games", Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, May 2005.
  21. "You Are Not in My Boat: Common Fate and Discrimination Against Outgroup Members", Social Science Research Network Discussion Paper, January 2005. This is a sized-down version. For the extended version, please see the forthcoming International Review of Economics paper.
  22. "Positive Harmony Transformations and Equilibrium Selection in Two-Player Games", Oxford University Department of Economics Discussion Paper n. 197, July 2004.
  23. G.D. Menzies and D.J. Zizzo, "Inferential Expectations", Oxford University Department of Economics Discussion Paper n. 187,  March 2004. Note that this is a substantively different paper from the B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics (Advances) paper with the same name.  Web appendix.
  24. "Anger, Rationality and Neuroeconomics", Oxford University Department of Economics Discussion Paper n. 182, December 2003.
  25. G. Guerra, D.J. Zizzo, W. Dutton and M. Peltu, "Economics of Trust in the Information Economy: Issues of Identity, Privacy and Security", Oxford Internet Institute Research Report n. 1, April 2003. Report prepared for the OECD.
  26. D.J. Zizzo and J.H.W. Tan, "Game Harmony as a Predictor of Cooperation in 2 x 2 Games", Oxford University Department of Economics Discussion Paper n. 151, March 2003. Revised version of Discussion Paper n. 117, September 2002 (the old version may still be of independent interest).
  27. "Harmony of Games in Normal Form", Oxford University Department of Economics Discussion Paper n. 150, March 2003. Revised version of Discussion Paper n. 116, September 2002.
  28. "Preliminary Experimental Results on the Similarity Function in 2 x 2 and 3 x3 Games", Cogprints Electronic Archive, March 2003.
  29. "Fear the Evil Eye", Oxford University Department of Economics Discussion Paper n. 91, March 2002.
  30. "Game Harmony: A Short Note", Cogprints Electronic Archive, March 2001.
  31. D.J. Zizzo and D. Sgroi, "Bounded-Rational Behavior by Neural Networks in Normal Form Games", Nuffield College Oxford Economics Discussion Paper No. 2000-W30, November 2000.
  32. Money Burning and Stealing in the Laboratory: How Conflicting Ideologies Emerge", Oxford University Department of Economics Working Paper n. 40, October 2000.

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