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Gary E. Bolton
Gary E. Bolton
O.P. Jindal Chair Professor of Management Economics, Jindal School of Business, University of Texas
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ERC: A theory of equity, reciprocity, and competition
GE Bolton, A Ockenfels
American economic review 91 (1), 166-193, 2000
75232000
A comparative model of bargaining: Theory and evidence
GE Bolton
The American Economic Review, 1096-1136, 1991
10881991
How effective are electronic reputation mechanisms? An experimental investigation
GE Bolton, E Katok, A Ockenfels
Management science 50 (11), 1587-1602, 2004
9692004
How effective are electronic reputation mechanisms? An experimental investigation
GE Bolton, E Katok, A Ockenfels
Management science 50 (11), 1587-1602, 2004
9692004
Anonymity versus punishment in ultimatum bargaining
GE Bolton, R Zwick
Games and Economic behavior 10 (1), 95-121, 1995
8291995
Dictator game giving: Rules of fairness versus acts of kindness
GE Bolton, E Katok, R Zwick
International journal of game theory 27, 269-299, 1998
6801998
Fair procedures: Evidence from games involving lotteries
GE Bolton, J Brandts, A Ockenfels
The Economic Journal 115 (506), 1054-1076, 2005
5512005
Engineering trust: reciprocity in the production of reputation information
G Bolton, B Greiner, A Ockenfels
Management science 59 (2), 265-285, 2013
5442013
Learning by doing in the newsvendor problem: A laboratory investigation of the role of experience and feedback
GE Bolton, E Katok
Manufacturing & Service Operations Management 10 (3), 519-538, 2008
5352008
Cooperation among strangers with limited information about reputation
GE Bolton, E Katok, A Ockenfels
Journal of Public Economics 89 (8), 1457-1468, 2005
3922005
An experimental test for gender differences in beneficent behavior
GE Bolton, E Katok
Economics Letters 48 (3-4), 287-292, 1995
3921995
Managers and students as newsvendors
GE Bolton, A Ockenfels, UW Thonemann
Management science 58 (12), 2225-2233, 2012
3332012
An experimental test of the crowding out hypothesis: The nature of beneficent behavior
GE Bolton, E Katok
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 37 (3), 315-331, 1998
2021998
Measuring motivations for the reciprocal responses observed in a simple dilemma game
GE Bolton, J Brandts, A Ockenfels
Experimental Economics 1, 207-219, 1998
1911998
Inequality aversion, efficiency, and maximin preferences in simple distribution experiments: comment
GE Bolton, A Ockenfels
American Economic Review 96 (5), 1906-1911, 2006
1752006
Betrayal aversion: Evidence from brazil, china, oman, switzerland, turkey, and the united states: Comment
GE Bolton, A Ockenfels
American Economic Review 100 (1), 628-633, 2010
1732010
Betrayal aversion: Evidence from brazil, china, oman, switzerland, turkey, and the united states: Comment
GE Bolton, A Ockenfels
American Economic Review 100 (1), 628-633, 2010
1682010
Betrayal aversion: Evidence from brazil, china, oman, switzerland, turkey, and the united states: Comment
GE Bolton, A Ockenfels
American Economic Review 100 (1), 628-633, 2010
1682010
Estimating the influence of fairness on bargaining behavior
A De Bruyn, GE Bolton
Management science 54 (10), 1774-1791, 2008
1352008
A laboratory study of the benefits of including uncertainty information in weather forecasts
MS Roulston, GE Bolton, AN Kleit, AL Sears-Collins
Weather and Forecasting 21 (1), 116-122, 2006
1312006
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