Fields of interest
Industrial and innovation economics; Motivations for
altruistic behavior (Google Scholar)
Working paper and current works
- Motivating cord blood donations (with Daniela Grieco and Mario Macis)
- Stereotype Threats, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship (with Sonia Kang, Mario Macis and Robert Slonim).
- Positive and Negative Citations (with Christian Catalini and Alex Oettl).
- Above a swamp: a theory of high-quality scientific production (with Bralind Kiri and Lorenzo Zirulia)
Published and forthcoming papers
- Economic Rewards to Motivate Blood Donations (with Mario Macis and Robert Slonim), Science, 340, 6135, 927-28, 2013.
- Press coverage: NPR, The Globe and Mail, L.A. Times, Fox News, EurekaAlert, Science Podcast, Toronto Star, City News, Core Economics, IZA Newsroom, Ars technica, Yahoo News, Freakonomics, Markedesigner, The Manitobian
- To the Editor: On the Importance of Unconditional Rewards
for Blood Donations (with Mario Macis and Robert Slonim), Clinical
Chemistry, forthcoming 2014.
- Letter to the Editor: A Critical Comment on Niza, Tung and Marteau's Incentivizing Blood Donation: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis to Test Titmuss' Hypotheses (with Mario Macis and Robert Slonim), Health Psychology, 2013.
- In Defense of WHO's Blood Donation Policy: Response (with Mario Macis and Robert Slonim), Science, 342, 6159, 692, 2013.
- The Value of Incentives in Blood Donations: response (with Mario
Macis and Robert Slonim), Science (letter response), 341, 6142, 129, 2013.
- Estimating the Effect of Salience in Wholesale and Retail Car Markets (with Meghan Busse, Devin Pope, Jorge Silva-Risso and Justin Sydnor), American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, 2013.
- Academic Entrepreneurship (with Riccardo Fini and
Scott Shane), In Palgrave MacMillan Encyclopedia of Strategic Management,
- Digitization of Information and the Market for Contract Labor (with Ajay Agrawal, John Horton and Liz Lyons). Forthcoming in Goldfarb, A., Greenstein, S. & Tucker, C (Eds) Economics of Digitization: An Agenda. National Bureau of Economic Research.
- Different Yokes for Different Folks: Individual Preferences, Institutional Logics, and the Commercialization of Academic Research (with Riccardo Fini), Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Growth, Vol 21: Spanning Boundaries and Disciplines: University Technology Commercialization in the Idea Age (eds. Gary Libecap and Marie Thursby), 1-25, 2010.
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