An Experiment on Auctions with Endogenous Budget Constraints (with Lawrence Ausubel and Justin Burkett) Experimental Economics, forthcoming.

The Role of Cognitive Ability, Personality Traits and Gender in Gift Exchange Outcomes (with John Ham, John Kagel and Erkut Y. Ozbay) Experimental Economics, forthcoming.

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Do Lottery Payments Induce Savings Behavior? Evidence from the Lab (with Jonathan Guryan, Kyle Hyndman, Melissa Kearney, and Erkut Y. Ozbay) Journal of Public Economics,(2015), 126, pp. 1-24.

Multi-Object Auctions with Resale: Theory and Experiment (with Kristian Lopez-Vargas and Erkut Y. Ozbay) Games and Economic Behavior,(2015), 89, pp. 1-16.

Effect of an Audience in Public Goods Provision (with Erkut Y. Ozbay) Experimental Economics, (2014), 17 (2), pp. 200-214.

Incorporating Unawareness into Contract Theory (earlier version) Games and Economic Behavior, (2012), 76 (1), pp. 181-194.

Common-Value Auctions with Liquidity Needs: An Experimental Test of a Troubled Assets Reverse Auctions (with Lawrence M. Ausubel, Peter Cramton, Nathaniel Higgins, Erkut Y. Ozbay, and Andrew Stocking) Handbook of Market Design, Zvika Neeman, Al Roth, and Nir Vulkan (eds), Oxford University Press. forthcoming.

Fear of Losing in a Clock Auction (with Peter Cramton, Erkut Y. Ozbay, and Pacharasut Sujarittanonta) Review of Economic Design, (2012), 16 (2), pp. 119-134.

Discrete Clock Auctions: An Experimental Study (with Peter Cramton, Erkut Y. Ozbay, and Pacharasut Sujarittanonta) Experimental Economics, (2012), 15 (2), pp. 309-322.

Anticipated Loser Regret in Third Price Auctions (with Erkut Y. Ozbay), Economics Letters , (2010), 107(2), pp. 217-219.

Auctions with Anticipated Regret: Theory and Experiment (with Erkut Y. Ozbay), American Economic Review, (2007), 97 (4), pp. 1407-1418.

Ambiguous Events and Maxmin Expected Utility(with Massimiliano Amarante), Journal of Economic Theory, (2007), 134 (1), pp. 1-33.

A Representation for Intransitive Indifference Relations (with Erkut Y. Ozbay), Mathematical Social Sciences, (2005), 50 (2), pp 202-214.


Working Papers

Demand for Giving to Multiple Charities: Theory and Experiments (with Neslihan Uler)