Selected Publications/Working Papers

Ahlquist, J. S., Hamman, J. R., & Jones, B. M. (2017). Dependency Status and Demand for Social Insurance: evidence from experiments and surveys. Political Science Research and Methods, 5(1), 31-53.

Auerbach, Shane and Rebekah Dix. (2017 working paper). "Competition and spatial efficiency." Department of Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Barnett-Howell, Zachary. (2017 working paper). "Should I Stay or Should I Go: Microeconomic determinants of migration." Department of Agricultural & Applied Economics and Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Birkey, R. and C. Hausserman. 2018. Inducing Creativity in Accountants’ Task Performance: The Effects of Background, Environment, and Feedback. Advances in Accounting Education 22:103-133. 

Carroll, Kathryn A., Anya Samek, and Lydia Zepeda. "Food bundling as a health nudge: Investigating consumer fruit and vegetable selection using Behavioral Economics.” Appetite, 121 (2018): 237-248.

Carroll, Kathryn A. and Anya Samek. "Field Experiments on Food Choice in Grocery Stores: A ‘How-to’ Guide.” Forthcoming in Food Policy.

Cui, T. H., & Mallucci, P. (2016). Fairness ideals in distribution channels. Journal of Marketing Research, 53(6), 969-987.

Hubbard, Edward, Percival Matthews, and Anya Samek. "Using online compound interest tools to improve financial literacy." The Journal of Economic Education 47, no. 2 (2016): 106-120.

Hueth, Brent and Ziqi Qiao. (2017 working paper). "Private Provision of Club Goods: An Experimental Comparison." Department of Agricultural & Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 


Hurley, P. J., Mayhew, B. W., & Obermire, K. M. (2018). Realigning Auditors' Accountability: Experimental Evidence. The Accounting Review.

Hurley, P. J., & Mayhew, B. W. (2018). Market Reactions to a High-Quality Auditor and Managerial Preference for Audit Quality.

Kowaleski, Z. T., Mayhew, B. W., & Tegeler, A. C. (2018). The Impact of Consulting Services on Audit Quality: An Experimental Approach. Journal of Accounting Research, 56(2), 673-711..

Lee, Y. S., Seo, Y. W., & Siemsen, E. (2018). Running Behavioral Operations Experiments Using Amazon's Mechanical Turk. Production and Operations Management, 27(5), 973-989.

Mallucci, Paola. (Under review). Pricing Cause Related Marketing Products. Marketing Department, Wisconsin School of Business.

McCarter, Matthew W., Anya Samek, and Roman M. Sheremeta. "Divided loyalists or conditional cooperators? Creating consensus about cooperation in multiple simultaneous social dilemmas." Group & Organization Management 39, no. 6 (2014): 744-771.

Shin, J., & Grant, A. M. (2018). Bored by Interest: Intrinsic Motivation in One Task Can Reduce Performance on Other Tasks. Academy of Management Journal.

Sung, Kim. (Working Paper). The Impact of Cyberloafing on Task Performance Over Time With Incentive Option. Department of Operations & Information Management, Wisconsin School of Business.

Tong, J., Feiler, D., & Ivantsova, A. (2018). Good Choice, Bad Judgment: How Choice Under Uncertainty Generates Overoptimism. Psychological science, 29(2), 254-265..

Tong, J., Feiler, D., & Larrick, R. (2018). A Behavioral Remedy for the Censorship Bias. Production and Operations Management, 27(4), 624-643.

Tong, Jordan. (Under review). Mean Service Metrics: Biased Quality Judgment and the Customer-Server Quality Gap. Department of Operations & Information Management, Wisconsin School of Business.

van Rijn, Jordan, Bradford Barham, and Reka Sundaram-Stukel. "An experimental approach to comparing similarity-and guilt-based charitable appeals.Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 68 (2017): 25-40.

van Rijn, J., Quinones, E. J., & Barham, B. L. (2017). An Experimental Test of Gender Differences in Charitable Giving: Empathy Is at the Heart of the Matter (No. 586). University of Wisconsin, Agricultural and Applied Economics.

Warmath, Dee. (2017 working paper). "Barking Up the Wrong Tree: Revealing the Limitations of Financial Education through a Randomized Controlled Trial." Department of Consumer Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Warmath, Dee. (2017 working paper). "The Two Faces of Materialism: Reconciling the Light and Dark Sides of Consumption." Department of Consumer Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Yoon, Sunyee and Nancy Wong (2017 working paper). "When You Wish Upon a Star: Understanding Individual Differences in Perceived Economic Mobility." Marketing Department, University at Buffalo.

Zepeda, Lydia. "Hiding hunger: food insecurity in middle America." Agriculture and Human Values 35, no. 1 (2018): 243-254.

Zhang, Y., & Siemsen, E. (2016). A Meta‐Analysis of Newsvendor Experiments: Revisiting the Pull‐to‐Center Asymmetry. Production and Operations Management.