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Justin Valasek
Justin Valasek
Associate Professor, Norwegian School of Economics (NHH)
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Voting in large committees with disesteem payoffs: A ‘state of the art’model
R Midjord, TR Barraquer, J Valasek
Games and Economic behavior 104, 430-443, 2017
28*2017
Dynamic reform of public institutions: A model of motivated agents and collective reputation
J Valasek
Journal of Public Economics 168, 94-108, 2018
23*2018
Centralized fiscal spending by supranational unions
J Simon, JM Valasek
Economica 84 (333), 78-103, 2017
22*2017
Political polarization and selection in representative democracies
D Duell, J Valasek
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 168, 132-165, 2019
162019
A note on empathy in games
J Grohn, S Huck, JM Valasek
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 108, 383-388, 2014
162014
Optimal decision rules in multilateral aid funds
A Dreher, J Simon, J Valasek
The Review of International Organizations 16, 689-719, 2021
14*2021
Strategic communication in committees with expressive payoffs
Y Breitmoser, J Valasek
The RAND Journal of Economics 55 (1), 33-54, 2024
13*2024
Get out the vote: How encouraging voting changes political outcomes
JM Valasek
Economics & Politics 24 (3), 346-373, 2012
13*2012
The Impact of Forced Migration on In-Group and Out-Group Social Capital
A Hager, J Valasek
6*2022
Institutionalizing Eurozone exit: A modified NEWNEY approach
S Huck, J Valasek
CESifo Working Paper Series, 2013
42013
When voters like to be right: An analysis of the Condorcet Jury Theorem with mixed motives
R Midjord, TR Barraquer, J Valasek
Journal of Economic Theory 198, 105354, 2021
22021
Why do committees work?
Y Breitmoser, J Valasek
NHH Dept. of Economics Discussion Paper, 2023
12023
Fairness Preferences and Default Effects
J Valasek, P Vorjohann
NHH Dept. of Economics Discussion Paper 9, 2024
2024
Underrepresentation, Quotas and Stigma: A dynamic argument for reform
M Arve, J Valasek
2023
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