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Estimating the impact of pictorial health warnings and “plain” cigarette packaging: evidence from experimental auctions among adult smokers in the United States
JF Thrasher, MC Rousu, D Hammond, A Navarro, JR Corrigan
Health policy 102 (1), 41-48, 2011
1422011
Comparing open‐ended choice experiments and experimental auctions: An application to golden rice
JR Corrigan, DPT Depositario, RM Nayga Jr, X Wu, TP Laude
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 91 (3), 837-853, 2009
1332009
Posted prices and bid affiliation: evidence from experimental auctions
JR Corrigan, MC Rousu
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 88 (4), 1078-1090, 2006
1152006
The effect of initial endowments in experimental auctions
JR Corrigan, MC Rousu
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 88 (2), 448-457, 2006
1082006
Three reasons to use annual payments in contingent valuation surveys: Convergent validity, discount rates, and mental accounting
KJ Egan, JR Corrigan, DF Dwyer
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 72, 123-136, 2015
852015
Testing whether field auction experiments are demand revealing in practice
JR Corrigan, MC Rousu
Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 290-301, 2008
842008
Repeated rounds with price feedback in experimental auction valuation: An adversarial collaboration
JR Corrigan, AC Drichoutis, JL Lusk, RM Nayga Jr, MC Rousu
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 94 (1), 97-115, 2012
692012
Estimating the welfare loss to consumers when food labels do not adequately inform: an application to fair trade certification
MC Rousu, JR Corrigan
Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization 6 (1), 2008
562008
Which deceptive practices, if any, should be allowed in experimental economics research? Results from surveys of applied experimental economists and students
G Colson, JR Corrigan, C Grebitus, ML Loureiro, MC Rousu
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 98 (2), 610-621, 2016
472016
Willingness to pay and the cost of commitment: an empirical specification and test
JR Corrigan, CL Kling, J Zhao
Environmental and Resource Economics 40 (2), 285-298, 2008
442008
Deception in experiments: towards guidelines on use in applied economics research
MC Rousu, G Colson, JR Corrigan, C Grebitus, ML Loureiro
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 37 (3), 524-536, 2015
382015
How much is social media worth? Estimating the value of Facebook by paying users to stop using it
JR Corrigan, S Alhabash, M Rousu, SB Cash
PloS one 13 (12), e0207101, 2018
322018
Do monetary incentives matter in classroom experiments? Effects on course performance
MC Rousu, JR Corrigan, D Harris, JK Hayter, S Houser, BA Lafrancois, ...
The Journal of Economic Education 46 (4), 341-349, 2015
262015
Aesthetic values of lakes and rivers
JR Corrigan, KJ Egan, JA Downing, G Likens
Encyclopedia of Inland Waters, 14-24, 2009
262009
The effects of selling complements and substitutes on consumer willingness to pay: evidence from a laboratory experiment
MC Rousu, RH Beach, JR Corrigan
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics/Revue canadienne d'agroeconomie …, 2008
262008
Is the experimental auction a dynamic market?
JR Corrigan
Environmental and Resource Economics 31 (1), 35-45, 2005
262005
The pollution game: A classroom game demonstrating the relative effectiveness of emissions taxes and tradable permits
JR Corrigan
Journal of Economic Education 42 (1), 70-78, 2011
162011
Which smokers adopt e-cigarettes and at what price? An experimental estimation of price elasticity of demand and factors correlated with e-cigarette adoption
JR Corrigan, RJ O'Connor, MC Rousu
Addictive behaviors 105, 106324, 2020
132020
Are experimental auctions demand revealing when values are affiliated?
JR Corrigan, MC Rousu
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 93 (2), 514-520, 2011
132011
Using experimental auctions to examine demand for E-cigarettes
R O’Connor, MC Rousu, M Bansal-Travers, L Vogl, JR Corrigan
Nicotine & Tobacco Research 19 (6), 767-772, 2017
122017
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