Browsing APEC Research Reports by Subject "Experimental economics"

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  • Butler, Juliana M.; Fooks, Jacob R.; Messer, Kent D.; Palm-Forster, Leah H. (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2018-01)
  • Jennings, Amanda Brooke (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2016-01)
    The purpose of this mixed methods study is to investigate the similarities and differences between children, lay adults, and economics experts in a common pool resources game, thereby providing initial insight into ...
  • Wu, Shang; Fooks, Jacob; Messer, Kent D.; Delaney, Deborah (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2014-05)
    How to best target and attract niche market consumers is an important marketing problem for producers of specialty agricultural products. It is particularly an issue in the honey market where consumers increasingly face ...
  • Kecinski, Maik; Messer, Kent D.; Peo, Audrey J. (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2016-03)
    In the United States and many other countries around the world, estuary eutrophication is a major environmental problem that can result in harmful algal blooms with detrimental impacts on eco-systems and humans, while ...
  • Kecinski, Maik; Messer, Kent D.; Peo, Audrey J. (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2017-06)
    In the United States and many other countries around the world, estuary eutrophication is a major environmental problem than can results in harmful algal blooms with detrimental impacts on eco-systems and humans, while ...
  • Ritchie, Kaitlynn; Maik, Kecinski; Kent D., Messer (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2019-10-01)
    In 2016, Flint, Michigan declared a State of Emergency due to high levels of lead in the city’s drinking water. Flint is predominantly black or African-American and the average income is significantly below the U.S. average. ...
  • Wu, Shang; Zia, Asim; Ren, Mengyuan; Messer, Kent D. (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2017-06)
    In this paper, we develop an agent-based model that scales up results from economic experiments on technology diffusion and abatement of non-point source water pollution under the conditions of an actual watershed. The ...
  • Kecinski, Maik; Messer, Kent D. (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2017-06)
    Differences between private and public decision-making are quantified using willingness-to-accept (WTA) data collected in artefactual field experiments. Participants first make decisions in a second-price auction (private ...
  • Fooks, Jacob R.; Messer, Kent D.; Suter, Jordan F. (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2018-01)
    This research uses experiments involving student and farmer participants to explore the informational structure of nonpoint source pollution policies in a spatial, physically realistic stream setting with high frequency ...
  • Kecinski, Maik; Keisner, Deborah Kerley; Messer, Kent D.; Schulze, William D. (Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE., 2015-05)
    Disgust can evoke strong behavioral responses. Sometimes these extreme visceral responses can lead to stigmatization—an overreaction to a risk. In fact, disgust may be so inhibiting that it leads people to refuse to consume ...

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