David Gill
David Gill
Department of Economics, Purdue University
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A structural analysis of disappointment aversion in a real effort competition
D Gill, V Prowse
American Economic Review 102 (1), 469-503, 2012
6932012
Cognitive Ability, Character Skills, and Learning to Play Equilibrium: A Level-k Analysis
D Gill, V Prowse
Journal of Political Economy 124 (6), 1619-1676, 2016
232*2016
Fairness and desert in tournaments
D Gill, R Stone
Games and Economic Behavior 69 (2), 346-364, 2010
1322010
Measuring costly effort using the slider task
D Gill, V Prowse
Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance 21, 1-9, 2019
123*2019
Cheating in the workplace: An experimental study of the impact of bonuses and productivity
D Gill, V Prowse, M Vlassopoulos
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 96, 120-134, 2013
1162013
Gender differences and dynamics in competition: The role of luck
D Gill, V Prowse
Quantitative Economics 5 (2), 351-376, 2014
1112014
First-place loving and last-place loathing: How rank in the distribution of performance affects effort provision
D Gill, Z Kissová, J Lee, VL Prowse
Management Science 65 (2), 494-507, 2019
962019
The optimal choice of pre-launch reviewer
D Gill, D Sgroi
Journal of Economic Theory 147 (3), 1247-1260, 2012
952012
Strategic disclosure of intermediate research results
D Gill
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 17 (3), 733-758, 2008
802008
Using goals to motivate college students: Theory and evidence from field experiments
D Clark, D Gill, V Prowse, M Rush
Review of Economics and Statistics 102 (4), 648–663, 2020
542020
Sequential decisions with tests
D Gill, D Sgroi
Games and Economic Behavior 63 (2), 663-678, 2008
47*2008
Competition in posted prices with stochastic discounts
D Gill, J Thanassoulis
Economic Journal 126 (594), 1528-1570, 2016
38*2016
Desert and inequity aversion in teams
D Gill, R Stone
Journal of Public Economics 123, 42-54, 2015
382015
The impact of bargaining on markets with price takers: Too many bargainers spoil the broth
D Gill, J Thanassoulis
European Economic Review 53 (6), 658-674, 2009
322009
Cognitive skills, strategic sophistication, and life outcomes
E Fe, D Gill, V Prowse
IZA Discussion Papers, 2020
17*2020
Strategic complexity and the value of thinking
D Gill, VL Prowse
Available at SSRN 3041519, 2017
16*2017
Soft money and hard choices: Why political parties might legislate against soft money donations
D Gill, CS Lipsmeyer
Public Choice 123 (3-4), 411-438, 2005
11*2005
Tacit collusion and regulation in Hotelling's linear city
D Gill
University of Oxford, 1998
11998
Beliefs, Learning, and Personality in the Indefinitely Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma
D Gill, Y Rosokha
Available at SSRN 3652318, 2020
2020
Beyond homo economicus
D Gill
Economic Review 27 (4), 12, 2010
2010
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